What a Phishing Attack Looks Like Up CLose

For five weeks, I let professional phishers attack my inbox. Here’s what I found out.
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Celebrate the 4th in the Most Northern City in America

The sun doesn’t set in the summer in Utqiagvik, Alaska. But locals prove you don’t need fireworks to be patriotic.
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‘Sci-Fi,’ Dystopia, and Hope In the Age of Trump: a Fiction Roundtable With Jeff VanderMeer, Lidia Yuknavich, and Omar El Akkad

A wide-ranging discussion about how speculative fiction imagines the future—and grapples with the present.
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Airbus’ New Black Boxes Will Eject From Crashing Planes, So They’re Easier to Find

The deployable flight data recorders will help investigators locate wreckage, and work out what happened.
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Juno Shatters Scientists’ Jupiter Theories in Just 365 Days

NASA’s Juno mission DGAF about scientific expectations. Here’s what it’s accomplished after only a year in orbit.
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Mr. Know-It-All: Should I Let My Spouse Look at My Browser History?

Your significant other probably doesn’t deserve to see your web wanderings—but why they want to look might say something.
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Hot Dogs: What’s the Right Way to Eat Them, According to Science?

What is the perfect condiment for a hot dog? Science should be able to answer that. One writer goes on a quest to figure this out, once and for all.
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Kill the Open Internet, and Wave Goodbye to Consumer Choice

Opinion: The FCC Would Be Mistaken to Unravel Antitrust Protections
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From ‘Baby Driver’ to ‘Atomic Blonde’, Streaming Has Made Movie Soundtracks Better Than Ever

Thanks to playlists, anyone can make a soundtrack—even directors. Now 2017 is the best soundtrack year in decades.
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Steve Jobs’ Life Is the Perfect Opera

An original opus about the Apple founder is premiering this month in Santa Fe. It’s a very fitting tribute.
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