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Juli Ryan
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How soon will insects take over running the machines? Science fictions nightmares.
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+Neil Kramer is coming to New Zealand!
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Philip Roth says that he is finished writing fiction. He sees America on TV, but he's not living in it anymore. 
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Feeling remorse for past mistakes is the WORST.
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I've been thinking a lot about what I share on social media and why. The difference between my public and private spheres. And if it is a kind of infantilism that motivates me to post stuff about my life. LOOK AT ME. I EXIST. Anyway, I'm trying to live more, tweet less. (Sometimes.)
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Is female masturbation still a taboo subject?
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Love Actually Is the Least Romantic Film of All Time
www.theatlantic.com

The movie knows little—and cares less—about how people fall in love.

You Should Think Twice Before Typing a Period in a Text Message
www.newrepublic.com

How that simple dot at the end of the sentence became something you use to tell people you're mad. Right. Now.

We Are All Plagiarists
www.newyorker.com

It’s very hard to say what someone has not already said before, considering how much has already been said.

Ariel Levy: “Thanksgiving in Mongolia”
www.newyorker.com

When I got back from Mongolia, I was so sad I could barely breathe. On five or six occasions, I ran into mothers who had heard what had happ

Stay-at-home mom, bullied at the bus stop
www.salon.com

I never knew that once my kids were in school, I would need to justify myself to other people

Leslie Bennetts Interviews Women with Power
www.elle.com

Such patterns have been documented by observers like Fels and psychologist Mary Pipher, the author of Reviving Ophelia. Further, when female

Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy – digested read
www.theguardian.com

The third volume of the zeitgeist-capturing singleton's diaries is reduced to a neurotic 600 words

Why I hate Bridget Jones
www.theguardian.com

Suzanne Moore: Help, Bridget's back. She's a widow but she's as vapid, consumerist and self-obsessed as ever. I don't buy this anti-feminist

Scientists reveal how beta-amyloid may cause Alzheimer's
www.sciencedaily.com

Scientists have shown how a protein fragment known as beta-amyloid, strongly implicated in Alzheimer's disease, begins destroying synapses b

Was George Eliot Ugly?
www.newyorker.com

There’s more to George Eliot than her less than conventionally beautiful appearance and her possession of a sexual drive…

Jonathan Franzen: what's wrong with the modern world
www.theguardian.com

While we are busy tweeting, texting and spending, the world is drifting towards disaster, believes Jonathan Franzen, whose despair at our in

Jonathan Franzen, Come Join Us!
www.newyorker.com

The most pointed of Franzen’s claims are so obviously true, or, at the very least, worthy of serious consideration…

Why Teach and Study English?
www.newyorker.com

Whence, and where, and why the English major? The subject is in every mouth—or, at least, is getting kicked around agitatedly in columns and

Study: Men secretly feel terrible when the women they love succeed
www.salon.com

A woman's success also makes a man less interested in their relationship, researchers found

Fiction: The Bear Came Over the Mountain
www.newyorker.com

Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstrac

“Orange Is the New Black”: The real story of my year in a women’s prison
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Can't wait for "Orange Is the New Black" on Netflix? The book's author remembers her first days behind bars

Does Flickr still do photos best?
www.stuff.co.nz

Farhad Manjoo has spent the last couple months testing the new Flickr against some of its rivals.

Joyce Carol Oates: “Mastiff”
www.newyorker.com

The hike had been the man’s suggestion. Or, rather, in his oblique way, which was perhaps a strategy of shyness, he’d simply told her that h

The Ongoing Story: Twitter and Writing
www.newyorker.com

Does a piece of writing that is never seen by anyone other than its author even exist? Does a thought need to be shared to exist? And is twe

Anne Hathaway: In Defense of the Happy Girl
www.newyorker.com

I’m not so sure that girls are likeable, and I think this goes for girlish women like Anne Hathaway, who retain a bounding, uncontained ener