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Some things old are new again. https://wired.trib.al/U5ix11x
There are plenty of lingering mysteries about tickling, whether among rats or people. The biggest one of all: why we can’t tickle ourselves. (From 2022) https://wired.trib.al/urTWSzz
What does KSI stand for? Does @KSI like Dragon Ball Z? Will he join WWE? KSI takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet's most searched questions about himself.
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On the expensive side. (From 2022) https://wired.trib.al/gqnhHeW
Every coffee lover has their favorite method of brewing, and every coffee lover feels lost without it on the go.
To keep you from the depths of gas station coffee sorrow—or, worse—we've rounded up the best ways to make a great cup of Joe while traveling https://wired.trib.al/HsDOBN4
All of the elements at play in data privacy debates today—personal information, technological innovation, and national security—were also integral to Prince Albert’s case in 1849. https://wired.trib.al/JM0Bplz
You know you do it: late-night tiktoking, staring at the ceiling, doomscrolling the news. Whatever your flavor of staying up late when you know you shouldn't is, it's wrecking your health. But there are some easy ways to stop it: https://wired.trib.al/27wJmjg
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In a world that demands resilience, firms and policy makers are reexamining supply chains and trade relationships. By having a clear-eyed view of concentration, leaders can reimagine, rather than retreat from, their global footprints. http://mck.co/TradeConcentration
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You deserve strong Wi-Fi all over your house, not just near your router. These mesh systems can help. https://wired.trib.al/cZzqq2w
“Ordinary people’s private financial records are being siphoned indiscriminately into a massive database, with access given to virtually any cop who wants it.”
Amazon product reviews are like dating bios, you want to learn how to spot the red flags before you commit. https://wired.trib.al/EwetrUw
In a queer vacation hot spot on Cape Cod, an ad hoc community proved that Americans can stifle large outbreaks—if they want to. https://wired.trib.al/s9FV1aN
The latest cover of #McKinseyQuarterly features our report, “On the cusp of a new era?,” which proposes that the world may be entering a period that is structurally very different from the past 30 years—and the eras before that.
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Here’s a list of some of our favorite films currently on the streaming service—from dramas to comedies to thrillers. https://wired.trib.al/rehWKEN
Food is something we all think about every day. But have you ever thought much about complex global food systems––and how fragile they are? Dig into this episode of #ForwardThinkingMGI http://mck.co/JessicaFanzo
Far too many Republican leaders have flirted with using violence to achieve their political goals. https://wired.trib.al/ztqc9SI
In 2016, a rape survivor voluntarily provided her DNA to San Francisco law enforcement officers so that her attacker might be brought to justice. Five years later, the sample she provided led police to connect her to an unrelated burglary: https://wired.trib.al/yDRTPpM
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We're confident you'll find a must-watch series you don't already know about. https://wired.trib.al/f5gQcKX
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In this guide, we've got advice on making the transition from padded shoes to “barefoot shoes,” and we've rounded up our favorites. https://wired.trib.al/DsC9AcM
The Russian government and military remain the most aggressive in the world when it comes to disruptive acts of cyber-sabotage against civilian infrastructure. https://wired.trib.al/stHmhjI
"As a child of the ’70s, I've spent a fair amount of time on the side of the road next to broken-down vehicles." https://wired.trib.al/Kn1prb1
Porsche made a $100 million investment in e-fuels. The result is a burnable fuel that, as far as your car is concerned, is indistinguishable from the real stuff. https://wired.trib.al/xbAquCk
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The Claremont Crossbody for $258 ($111 off) is a great camera bag for anyone who loves fashion and function. It's spacious enough for a mirrorless camera, a few lenses, and other essentials like memory cards and batteries. 📸: Lo & Sons 5/6 https://wired.trib.al/cY1YjUB
The Apple Watch Series 8 (41 mm) Smartwatch for $329 ($60 off) is our favorite Apple Watch of them all. It packs an ECG reader, a heart rate monitor, a blood oxygen level sensor, and basic fitness tracking. It has dipped to this price before. 📸: Apple 4/6 https://wired.trib.al/ycr7AVM
If you need to upgrade your helmet this spring, we recommend the Nutcase Vio Helmet for $75 ($75 off). It has LED lights built in around the entire helmet and a front light with 200 lumens for better visibility. 📸: Nutcase 3/6 https://wired.trib.al/X4pKmkN
The Ride1Up Cafe Cruiser Electric Bike for $1,395 ($200 off) is currently our top utility bike, and it ships directly to you, no dealer required. We like the Shimano shifters and hydraulic brakes. 📸: Ride1Up 2/6 https://wired.trib.al/P11SAE9
Shake off the pollen and the cabin fever by shopping for some great Gear. These deals are no joke. Save money and support our journalism by shopping from these links. https://www.wired.com/story/weekend-deals-april-1-2023/
This is a comparative look at three new artificially intelligent software tools that are recasting the way we access information online. https://wired.trib.al/zJEiMYd
According to technology analysts, Apple is likely to push back its reveal of the headset until the third quarter of this year at the earliest. https://wired.trib.al/0m92zO1
This could turn the US into a powerhouse of vacuum tube technology again. https://wired.trib.al/DiR9BD0
If LA County were a country, its economy would rank among the world’s 25 biggest.
Unfortunately, LA’s homelessness crisis mirrors this scale. What is the role of business in tackling this crisis? Here are 3️⃣ways companies can lead. https://mck.co/3lUdZvf
Cherry blossoms, which are easily damaged, seem to embody the fragility of nature. https://wired.trib.al/MQK6axC
The Technocrat is MIT Technology Review's new weekly newsletter on all things technology and politics, offering important insights into the way we relate to each other and our institutions, and how democracy is struggling to keep up. https://trib.al/HlLp9Mr
General practitioners could use the app as a screening test and neurologists can use it to monitor their patients’ progress over time. https://wired.trib.al/RQM5Cja
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Have you ever watched an episode of WIRED Autocomplete Interview and been frustrated and annoyed when the papers covering the questions don't rip off correctly? It's awful, and dozens of celebrities agree. But, what if there's a better way? Introducing WIRED Autocomplete Glue!
Creating a better online space will mean monitoring who gains control of the metaverse—and who gets left behind. https://wired.trib.al/XTSmQOQ
The main concern is that new AI models are developing faster than society and regulators can come to terms with it. https://wired.trib.al/aDvfvnC
An 1849 case in England set a precedent for how policymakers frame data privacy. It can also help us see the hollowness of US lawmakers’ appeals.
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What can be done to create a more resilient, diverse food system? We talked to a leading expert #ForwardThinkingMGI http://mck.co/JessicaFanzo
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Winter is finally behind us here in the US! Regardless of how you plan to shake off cabin fever, we've found a variety of gear on sale to make it even more enjoyable. https://wired.trib.al/m8VLm7e
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