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Caffeine has a potential role in marathon deaths by heart attack.
You may have heard we're making a book, and that we need your help to bring it into being.
A Canadian embraces a Dutch holiday tradition while keeping her own.
A probe hurtling towards Mercury stops talking.
A practical tiny sub can dive as deeply as 3,300 feet.
A woman grew up repeating the past at Plimoth Plantation.
This cosplay is pretty serious.
Africa, a devil, and Burning Man meet in Eastern Europe's little desert.
We can be responsible for machines.
The $63,000 machine that transforms pot plants into concentrates.
Small-scale farmers have turned to high tech to invent the tools they need.
A dying city glows with optimism over its plan for a giant lava lamp.
John Vanderslice adores digital technology — except when it comes to audio.
The Netherlands has elevated bikes far above cars in the transportation hierarchy.
Analog tech is kept alive by aging experts and an abundance of cannibalized parts.
Have a fine meal of beef and context at California's largest feedlot.
A mountain rescue still reverberates a decade later.
A coin-operated museum proves common ground between a litterateur and a geek.
Faced with change, an all-female indie dev team evolves to a higher form.
Text has leaped free of physical constraints, but designers still trail.
A mother tongue spoken by millions of Americans still gets no respect.
I knew my father was dying when he gave me his AOL password.
Women in Pakistan cannot avoid torrents of texts from unknown men.
The Magazine has published thirty-six men and six women so far.
iOS's impact on those with impairments isn't just a marketing slide; it's profound.
A betrayal at the end of Bill's life led to a second death as his digital self was scattered to the four winds.
Former tokers may be more baffled by maryjane's many varieties than befuddled by higher potency.
The unlikely sequences that lead to a new life.
Tell me more about your food blog, please.
The forgotten art of proper tea.
The early days of Twitter and App.net.
How did Felix Baumgartner break the sound barrier by falling?
The path to parenthood isn't always straightforward.
An update on The Magazine.
Journey's lessons can apply to all of human endeavor.
A relaxing, rewarding, and self-indulgent morning routine.
Technology is just people. And sometimes, we get it wrong.
There’s a weird schism between geeks who love sports and those who don’t.
It's not just "Linkblogs" that have become popular: it's the Fireball Format.
Your job as a leader is to nurture this disruption.