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  1. How the Disposable Straw Explains Modern Capitalism - The Atlantic

    So many interesting things in this. (via @frankieroberto)

  2. Why We Forget Most of the Books We Read - The Atlantic

    I read this a few days ago and it was good and explained a lot but I can’t remember much of it now.

  3. The Strange Brands in Your Instagram Feed - The Atlantic

    On the stores that are a bunch of small pieces loosely joined in front of a Chinese dropshipper.

  4. Future Historians Probably Won’t Understand Our Internet - The Atlantic

    On the impossibility of archiving the experience of using social media, even if ignoring the fact, like this article seems to, that so much of social media is private to some degree. (via @kevin2kelly)

  5. Binky: The App That Does Nothing - The Atlantic

    Brilliant. Social networking app with no content and no social network. (via Waxy)

  6. The Linguistic Evolution of ‘Like’ - The Atlantic

    On the recent uses of “like” in English. More interesting than I expected and, thankfully, not at all condescending.

  7. Jared Leto’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Performance Proves Hollywood Has Ruined Method Acting - The Atlantic

    More interesting than its title suggests. On the male Method actors who suggest you have to suffer for the role in order for it to feel like real work. And how differently female Method actors are treated.

  8. The Real Roots of Midlife Crisis - The Atlantic

    Yes, yes, that’s all very interesting BUT WHAT DO I DO ABOUT IT? (via Monevator)

  9. Caring for Your Introvert - Magazine - The Atlantic

    Fantastic article about what introverts are like. Hello. “We tend to think before talking, whereas extroverts tend to think *by* talking.” (via Kottke)

  10. The Atlantic Online | November 2008 | The Things He Carried | Jeffrey Goldberg

    Describing how easy it is to get stuff past US airline security. “Security theatre”: it’s all just for show. (via everywhere)

  11. Caring for Your Introvert

    Meet me. Scarily excellent description of being an introvert and why they/we find extroverts frustrating.

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