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spiegel.de - 12 readers - Italian novelist and semiotician Umberto Eco, who is curating a new exhibition at the Louvre in Paris, talks to SPIEGEL about the place lists hold in the history of culture, the ways we try to avoid thinking about death and why Google is dangerous for young people.
newyorker.com - 17 readers, 120 Tweets - Lists are one of the most ubiquitous ways to package content online. Why are they so appealing?
fastcompany.com - 21 readers, 2942 Tweets - Lists help us make sense of a chaotic and uncertain world, but we could be so much better at what we're writing down.