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Trying to capture the distressing reality of Texas’ 1960 penitentiary system in photos:
20 years ago we found the first new world orbiting a Sun-like star. Now we know of THOUSANDS.
Fact-checking Steve Jobs: Was “the customer is always right” coined by a customer?
California now has best digital privacy law in the country:
Smitten Kitchen blogger @debperelman shows us what’s inside her cabinets.
Why do car buffs dislike Teslas? Via @Quora:
.@SlateGist discussion at @Politicon about president's body man w/ @MrTonyHale, Reginald Love & @pescami #politicon
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Death toll rising after bombings at Turkish peace rally… via @Slate
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Star clusters are gorgeous astrophysical laboratories. This week's Crash Course Astro!
New Pluto pix show a lovely - and surprising - blue ring around it.
Dear Twitter: The blue notification dot on moments is driving me nuts
Grace Jones has some interesting ideas about gender and sexuality (naturally):
9 types of people you meet by age 30, as found in Sloane Crosley's novel The Clasp:
New Airbus patent would stack passengers on top of each other.
When kids color, Disney's new app instantly brings their creations to life:
Does Pluto have a blue sky?
Are Turkey’s new dams weapons of war?
Chemistry Nobel goes to people who figured out why you aren’t dead yet:
How do you become more articulate in everyday speech? Via @Quora:
The Martian Is not “competence porn”:
Creepy Halloween masks that you can easily make yourself--PHOTOS:
What makes a good college essay during applications?
A conversation with M.T. Anderson, who writes erudite history—for teenagers:
The House on the Rock is almost too good to be believed
People in China are wearing fake bean sprouts in their hair and it's great.

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