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newyorker.com - 21 readers - Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstracts back to 1925
newyorker.com - 20 readers, 3096 Tweets - Inside Andreessen Horowitz, one of the most powerful venture-capital firms in Silicon Valley.
mentalfloss.com - 4 readers, 160 Tweets - When something is named after a person or a place or a company, we call that name an eponym. Eponyms are everywhere—in science, medicine, the arts. This list from our friends at Vocabulary.com focuses on words that are historically eponyms but are so common that their history has been obscured. Here, the hidden history of eponyms is revealed.
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fastcompany.com - 10 readers, 202 Tweets - By 2020, 40 of America's workforce will be made up of freelancers. Here's what you need to understand about them.
fastcompany.com - 10 readers, 182 Tweets - Freelancers Union founder explains how the 53 million independent workers could steer the 2016 presidential election.
entrepreneur.com - 10 readers, 348 Tweets - What if -- instead of thinking of your life's work as a monolithic activity -- you chose to see it as a complex group of interests, passions and activities?
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newyorker.com - 4 readers, 2 Tweets - In the latest episode of her video series, Mary Norris shares a nifty trick for choosing the right relative pronoun.
esquire.com - 4 readers, 49 Tweets - The story of Musk's turbulent and frat party–filled journey to the United States.
esquire.com - 3 readers, 99 Tweets - Comedy is easy. Being a clown is hard.
vanityfair.com - 4 readers, 40 Tweets - V.F.’s Pulitzer Prize-winning contributing editor tells us about writing the Caitlyn Jenner cover story.
vanityfair.com - 17 readers, 2138 Tweets - Though only 10 percent of American forces see combat, the U.S. military now has the highest rate of post-traumatic stress disorder in its history. Sebastian Junger investigates.
theatlantic.com - 12 readers, 499 Tweets - To understand the conflict’s legacy, consider what might have been.
theatlantic.com - 13 readers, 355 Tweets - The nonfiction writer Lucas Mann offers advice for essayists worried about whether they have anything interesting to say.