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The Economist
Why Wilbur Wright slept in the shed to guard his flying machine econ.st/1HrF4cU pic.twitter.com/5z5DhU6BP8
Pina Bausch's “Auf dem Gebirge…” is defined by a mood of menace and mystery econ.st/1IBh0kR @Sadlers_Wells pic.twitter.com/C6JLW3rKaG
Sonia Delaunay: a modern, experimental woman energised by the possibilities of the new century econ.st/1Gd52k5 pic.twitter.com/cCOxyoABq1
The marriage squeeze in India and China is taking a third of humanity into uncharted territory econ.st/1HrSkOK pic.twitter.com/3K49tdiIPf
Petrobras has announced that it is deep under water econ.st/1GmHFob pic.twitter.com/yp7vMssGxX
The Conservatives have spent too much time mocking Ed Miliband. It may hurt them econ.st/1aOTFAx pic.twitter.com/c1JIJ1XGTE
Why is America's recycling rate lower than other rich countries? econ.st/1JxcZOE pic.twitter.com/yCqlyQksWq
How Wilbur Wright and his brother became heroes to the French econ.st/1GmAoES pic.twitter.com/jwsyocVPod
"Great crime" or "great catastrophe"? A new book on the mass killings of Armenians in 1915 econ.st/1PXXrse pic.twitter.com/u9vCaNsS07
Humanity wasted over 16,000 years watching Gangnam Style. We could have done all this instead econ.st/1ILO4a3 pic.twitter.com/LEa4aWhtpe
Power families and dynasties are here to stay. How to ensure that they are a force for good econ.st/1QdZE2T pic.twitter.com/Ow95BFwqtt
Getting greener: China spent $125bn on clean energy in 2012 and 2013. America spent $101bn econ.st/1IMEiUZ pic.twitter.com/iSdgwTLSI4
A Sudanese fisherman gathers his net while fishing in the Nile River on the outskirts of Khartoum, Sudan. Credit: AP #fishing #Nile #Khartoum
.@Ayaan: Islam needs to change in five key ways. And it won't be easy econ.st/1J7utkp pic.twitter.com/3aVDmDxyRl
10 years of YouTube, over 16,000 years of Gangnam Style econ.st/1ILLSzb pic.twitter.com/yYar0dUbi8
Tech titans of the past are being eclipsed. The market has grown; companies have proliferated econ.st/1IHLy4l pic.twitter.com/JOrlI1QEj2
An election is normally a boxing match; Britain's is a variety show. Meet the contestants: econ.st/1IGU4kd pic.twitter.com/w5vQru0gSI
YouTube is 10 today! A billion people—a third of all internet-users—visit the site every day econ.st/1aUvEYN pic.twitter.com/jPxLWZVifc
Though long dormant, the Calbuco volcano in Chile has erupted. Our briefing on volcanos econ.st/1Jy2s5I pic.twitter.com/PuHHa6Ekuq
Killing the MESSENGER: a mission to Mercury is about to end with a bang econ.st/1GmsOtS pic.twitter.com/IH2cOyUCWy
#Johnson on the man who removed 47,000 instances of "comprised of" from Wikipedia econ.st/1Qo2BOh pic.twitter.com/oIMfvQMqhs
The European Union’s trustbuster turns her fire on Gazprom econ.st/1Jyoq8A pic.twitter.com/WgLrf8u7Ww
Africa and commodity prices: No longer the kiss of death econ.st/1aVK0Zb pic.twitter.com/Qil2iIE02o
10 years of YouTube, 16,000 years humans spent watching Gangnam Style. What we could have done econ.st/1Jx0H8N pic.twitter.com/tFlCPbHkoe