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Many people are writing memorials for David Bowie today, remembering how he gave voice and empowerment to the weird and unconventional…

Many people are writing memorials for David Bowie today, remembering how he gave voice and empowerment to the weird and unconventional…

Once again, 'Science' proves that Jehovah's ways are better. See Jeremiah 17:7, 8; Psalm 1:3; and 55:8, 9, 11.  "Knowledge without understanding carries no currency in the world students are being prepared for." - I No Longer Understand My PhDcDissertation, Junaid Mubeen | Medium.com

I no longer understand my PhD dissertation (and what this means for Mathematics Education)

Once again, 'Science' proves that Jehovah's ways are better. See Jeremiah 17:7, 8; Psalm 1:3; and 55:8, 9, 11. "Knowledge without understanding carries no currency in the world students are being prepared for." - I No Longer Understand My PhDcDissertation, Junaid Mubeen | Medium.com

In 2012, Darek Fidyka underwent surgery in which cells from his olfactory nerve were inserted into his damaged spinal cord.

Can an Unorthodox Operation Cure Paraplegia?

In 2012, Darek Fidyka underwent surgery in which cells from his olfactory nerve were inserted into his damaged spinal cord.

People are fascinated by prodigies, but what happens when they are forgotten? Take Barbara Newhall Follett. At age 3, she was consumed with letters and words. At 5, she was writing stories. At 8, she was hard at work on her first novel, which was published to admiring reviews when Barbara was 12. More books and celebrity followed. But her life story took a bad turn, and in 1939, at 25, she vanished altogether. — Patrick LaForge, Editor, News Presentation

People are fascinated by prodigies, but what happens when they are forgotten? Take Barbara Newhall Follett. At age 3, she was consumed with letters and words. At 5, she was writing stories. At 8, she was hard at work on her first novel, which was published to admiring reviews when Barbara was 12. More books and celebrity followed. But her life story took a bad turn, and in 1939, at 25, she vanished altogether. — Patrick LaForge, Editor, News Presentation

Mr. Carr, who died Thursday, was a funny, demanding, optimistic teacher of reporters-to-be at Boston University, and his syllabus distills his sense of an unfolding digital age. Excerpts here serve as the final Media Equation column under his byline.

David Carr’s Last Word on Journalism, Aimed at Students

Mr. Carr, who died Thursday, was a funny, demanding, optimistic teacher of reporters-to-be at Boston University, and his syllabus distills his sense of an unfolding digital age. Excerpts here serve as the final Media Equation column under his byline.

In depth story of the invention of the game cartridge. It all started with a bowling alley equipment manufacturer.

The Untold Story Of The Invention Of The Game Cartridge

In depth story of the invention of the game cartridge. It all started with a bowling alley equipment manufacturer.

It has influenced Einstein’s physics, Turing’s computation and human flourishing, all from its place in the university.

Philosophy's True Home

It has influenced Einstein’s physics, Turing’s computation and human flourishing, all from its place in the university.

How the New York Times Works This is how the Gray Lady gets made in 2015

How The New York Times Works

How the New York Times Works This is how the Gray Lady gets made in 2015

Why Writers Run Racking up mile after mile is difficult, mind-expanding, and hypnotic—just like putting words down on a page.

Why Do So Many Writers Love to Run?

Why Writers Run Racking up mile after mile is difficult, mind-expanding, and hypnotic—just like putting words down on a page.

The 18th-century horologist John Harrison claimed that he could make the world's most accurate pendulum clock, but his methods were scorned for hundreds of years—until someone proved him right.

Building an Impossible Clock

The 18th-century horologist John Harrison claimed that he could make the world's most accurate pendulum clock, but his methods were scorned for hundreds of years—until someone proved him right.

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