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The editor’s notes on Milo Yiannopolous’s book are way better than the actual book

Image: Getty ImagesFirst drafts are never good, but damn, Milo Yiannopoulos, WTF kind of book manuscript did you file to Simon & Schuster?…
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British Airways is removing reclining seats and that’s a very good thing

Seats on some new BA planes won't recline.Image: Vicky Leta/MashableIn bad news for seat recliners and good news for people with arms and…
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I Made These Comics To Compare Chinese Culture With Western Culture Through Everyday Life

I started "tiny eyes" comics a year ago in the hope of sharing Chinese culture through everyday life, To me, learning about other…
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These family portraits may be the worst Photoshop fail of all time

Heavy-handed photo retouching has come under scrutiny in recent years. But you've never seen a botched Photoshop job like this before. Pam and…
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Hoda Kotb’s new role on ‘Today’ just made history for the morning news show.

It's official: Hoda Kotb is the new permanent co-host of "Today" on NBC. Photo by Matthew Eisman/Getty Images. Kotb had been the temporary…
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Still saving us from tears: the inside story of Wham!’s Last Christmas

From George Michael hogging the sleigh bells in the studio to pratfalling on the snowy video set, the beloved Christmas song is testament…
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‘The difficulty is the point': teaching spoon-fed students how to really read

When the logic of capitalism means universities are run as businesses, much is lost. Reclaiming literature is crucial to understanding the times we…
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How a half-educated tech elite delivered us into evil | John Naughton

If our supersmart tech leaders knew a bit more about history or philosophy we wouldnt be in the mess were in nowOne of…
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Check out Time magazine’s Person of the Year cover: ‘The Silence Breakers.’

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, Time magazine revealed its Person of the Year. Toward the end of each year, the distinction draws curiosity and…
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These NOLA kids are channeling their emotions into the arts. Here’s why that matters.

After spending 12 years pursuing acting in Los Angeles, Anthony Bean never thought he'd end up right back in his hometown of New…
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