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Interesting article by Christopher Mims.
Look around you. Is every object your gaze alights upon sporting a microchip and an internet connection?

No?

These entrepreneurs are brave enough to ask: What's wrong with you?
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Mapping an Invasion: New Maps May Help Rangers Fight Invasive Plants on Galapagos Islands
Biologist Mandy Trueman maps invasive plants in the Humid Highlands of Santa Cruz Island in Galapagos National Park. The young Galapagos tortoise is native to the islands. Credit: Richard Groves They’re seemingly harmless trees, the blackberry, guava and Ci...
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Bunker Down America: Advice for Dealing With the Ebola Panic
  Quick—dig your shelter. Stock up on food. Grab your kids and grandparents. Might as well take your dog too, and some good reading material. Depending on whether your glass is half empty or half full, you’re going to want to bring a suicide kit or forget t...
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I'm super psyched to be the first writer for Blue Chalk Media's new blog, Ochre! Check out what I've got to say about nonfiction visual storytelling twice a month!
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First Women UK is a really awesome project documenting the "first women" to have done great things. It's aimed at inspiring ladies of the UK, but we should get something moving here in the States. I may do it a little differently, regardless, hats off to photographer Anita Corbin!
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Bronx Beetle Queen Conquers Nature More Naturally
Authors note: I wrote this in October of 2011, so I need to go back and update what's happened with Jessica Oreck since then. I had written it for a website called Glamournerd.com, but wanted to publish it somewhere else. Alas, rejected, I publish it here n...
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The director of the journalism program I just chose to join just won a Pulitzer for his book "Tom's River: A Story of Science and Salvation."  Congratulations, Dan Fagin! 
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