Thursday, October 27, 2016

Baby's First iPod

Ever wondered how well an original iPod would hold up 15 years later?
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Morning · Thu, Oct 27
LET'S TRY THAT ONE AGAIN
LESS SPACE THAN A NOMAD
Re-Reviewing The Original iPod
arstechnica.com
Ever wondered how well an original iPod would hold up 15 years later?
BETTER FAKE A DISTRICT
The Internet's Favorite Congressman Is A Joke
medium.com
Rep. Steven Smith of Georgia's 15th District was the first member of Congress to endorse Donald Trump and has been a vocal advocate for the candidate on Twitter. Two things, though: Georgia doesn't have a 15th District and there's no such congressman named Steven Smith.
COULD HAVE BEEN A CONTENDER
The Big League Prospect Who Became A Mob Hit Man
nytimes.com
"Whenever he was going to get promoted, he would do something to undermine it. He didn't know how to explain it."
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WHAT WE'RE READING THIS WEEK
The Best Long Reads Of The Week
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Kesha's next act, Alex Jones' unbelievable ascension to the mainstream, and life and death in the "Death Zone."
DIFFERENT LEVELS
GHANDI WOULDN'T ATTACK YOU?
What Sid Meier Got Right And Wrong About 'Civilization'
blog.longreads.com
Twenty-five years ago, Meier turned human history into a video game, and sold 33 million copies along the way. With the launch of 'Civilization VI', Kanishk Tharoor takes a closer look at its impact.
ASIDE FROM ALL THE FREEDOM
Why American And European Cities Are Dramatically Different From One Another
digg.com
Why do Americans love suburbs and Europeans love city centers? How is it possible that Paris is denser than New York City? Why are the fanciest hotel rooms in Europe on the first floor? Welcome to the weird world of urban geography.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
DON'T JUST WING IT
Wingsuit Flyer Gets Too Close To Canopy And Smacks Straight Into A Tree
digg.com
Eric Dossantos flew straight through an 8-inch wide tree trunk, snapping the top 20 feet clean off. He should have died, but he didn't. Instead, he woke up in the hospital with little memory of the incident and no major injuries.
IN THE NEWS
ICYMI: The Eight Biggest Announcements From Yesterday's Microsoft Event
HIV 'Patient Zero' Was Misidentified
Two More Earthquakes Hit Italy Near Site Of Deadly August Quake
Twitter To Cut 9% Of Workforce As It Seeks Profitability
Maybe hold off on that wingsuit trip you've been planning and give the beach a try instead.

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