1. Let the Other 95% of Great Programmers In

  2. Is Silicon Valley's immigration agenda gutting the tech industry's middle class? | The Verge

  3. BBC News - 'Quantum smell' idea gains ground

  4. Yep, that tablet at bedtime really is messing with your sleep | The Verge

  5. : - Online

  6. How Facebook Makes Us Unhappy - The New Yorker

  7. An algorithm to figure out your gender - Boing Boing

  8. The little-known Soviet mission to rescue a dead space station | Ars Technica

  9. Sapping Attention: Fundamental plot arcs, seen through multidimensional analysis of thousands of TV and movie scripts

  10. The worse Russia's economy gets, the more dangerous Putin becomes - Vox

  11. Researchers search for genes behind intelligence, find almost nothing | Ars Technica

  12. A closer look at the space shuttle that never got to space | Ars Technica

  13. Google's Eric Schmidt: Don't Fear the Artificially Intelligent Future | WIRED

  14. What You Learn in Your 40s — The New York Times

  15. How You Know

  16. Checkmate, Putin. Russia’s economy is stuck in a catch-22. - The Washington Post

  17. Google is heading for the exits in Russia and others are likely to follow - Quartz

  18. The Taste Of Coffee Can Be Influenced By The Color Of Your Cup

  19. The Fatal Pinch

  20. News360: «Мы начали в Москве, а развиваемся в Сан-Франциско»

  21. How to Tell Someone’s Age When All You Know Is Her Name | FiveThirtyEight

  22. Are kids getting more virtuous? - The Washington Post

  23. The Geopolitical Impact of Cheap Oil by Martin Feldstein - Project Syndicate

  24. Here are the best countries to grow old in - Quartz

  25. Mean People Fail

  26. Why It's So Hard for Millennials to Find a Place to Live and Work - The Atlantic

  27. The Secrets To Successful Networking From The Most Connected Women | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

  28. Ricky Gervais Shares His Secrets for Success: Be a "Cocky Little Nobody" | TIME.com

  29. How Formula One Teams Are Using Big Data To Get The Inside Edge

  30. Conversation Topics to Help You Keep Your Job - The Atlantic

  31. Why You Shouldn't Trust Your Cat - The Atlantic

  32. Rosetta mission: behind the scenes of a historic landing | Science | The Guardian

  33. The Molecule That Might Give Us All Super-Memories | Motherboard

  34. This Injury Could Blind You While Making You Believe You Can See

  35. Meet Facebook’s Mr. Nice — The New York Times

  36. Games reviews are changing from product assessments to tourist guides | Technology | theguardian.com

  37. The Central Bank Of Russia Is Regaining Control - But For How Long? - Forbes

  38. Experiments at Airbnb - Airbnb Engineering

  39. Diversity in videogames - Rhianna Pratchett on female characters and videogame writing - YouTube

  40. The Four Types of Sleep Schedules - The Atlantic

  41. Why Aren't Millennials Saving Money? - The Atlantic

  42. WASD's Code keyboard with Cherry MX clear switches reviewed - The Tech Report - Page 1

  43. A Strategy for Rich Countries: Absorb More Immigrants — The New York Times

  44. Robot Brains Catch Humans in 25 Years, Then Speed Right On By - Bloomberg

  45. So... You have some very strong connections to the video game industry, and I was wondering if you've given thought to writing the story for a game? I think this would be a neat thing. - Another Way To Breathe

  46. Russia's Ruble Value Is Collapsing Due to Sanctions, Stagnation | New Republic

  47. A 27-year-old millionaire reveals how he built his wealth - Yahoo Finance

  48. A Sad Fact of Life: It's Actually Smart to Be Mean Online | WIRED

  49. The Tablet Turning Point

  50. Beauty Matters Part 2: The Hardware of Hunting and Porn | Psychology Today

  51. Beauty Matters Part 1: The Hardware of Sexual Attraction | Psychology Today

  52. Romeo and Juliet Has No Balcony - The Atlantic

  53. Google's Secretive DeepMind Startup Unveils a "Neural Turing Machine" | MIT Technology Review

  54. Why Your Cat Thinks You're a Huge, Unpredictable Ape | WIRED

  55. The Brain Upgrades We Covet Most - Scientific American

  56. Could A Daily Cup Of Cocoa Help Prevent Memory Loss? | Collective-Evolution

  57. clear_text: этнография и антропология

  58. Мария Байбакова: «Увольнять прислугу надо быстро и при свидетелях»

  59. NSFW Portraits Reveal The Truth About Body Image

  60. Julian Assange - Google Is Not What It Seems

  61. Is the Universe Made of Math? [Excerpt] - Scientific American

  62. One-on-one with Elon Musk — AeroAstro Centennial Webcast

  63. Marc Andreessen on Why Optimism Is Safest Bet -- NYMag

  64. How Iceland's Genealogy Obsession Leads to Scientific Breakthroughs - The Atlantic

  65. Computer vision at scale with Hadoop and Storm | code.flickr.com

  66. http://www.newsweek.com/assange-google-not-what-it-seems-279447

  67. 6 Short Animes That You Should Watch - Imgur

  68. Tony Porter: A call to men | Talk Video | TED.com

  69. The 25 Most Visually Stunning Films of The Past 5 Years « Taste Of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists

  70. 100 Best Novels « Modern Library

  71. New startup math. inc.-magazine

  72. Rethink before you type | Trisha Prabhu | TEDxTeen - YouTube

  73. How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri - NYTimes.com

  74. Amazon’s Monopsony Is Not O.K. — The New York Times

  75. Your Baby's Leftover DNA Is Making You Stronger - The Atlantic

  76. ADHD Is Different for Women - The Atlantic

  77. The Surprising Problem of Too Much Talent - Scientific American

  78. Bootstrapping a Solar System Civilization | The White House

  79. The Limits of Friendship - The New Yorker

  80. How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math - Issue 17: Big Bangs - Nautilus

  81. What Women Want

  82. For a Better Brain, Learn Another Language - The Atlantic

  83. IT HAPPENED TO ME: I've Been Forced Out Of My Home And Am Living In Constant Fear Because Of Relentless Death Threats From Gamergate - xoJane

  84. The three lives of Blizzard Entertainment | Polygon

  85. Gamasutra - 'Gamers' don't have to be your audience. 'Gamers' are over.

  86. When Russians thought the Internet would make them free - Boing Boing

  87. Stepping Out - The New Yorker

  88. 'The Glass Cage' review: automation is making us stupid | The Verge

  89. The Ultimate List of Customer Development QuestionsMike Fishbein

  90. A Guide to Legal Loitering - CityLab

  91. Да будет свет: Как пережить осенний и зимний мрак в Москве — The Village — The Village — поток «Личный опыт»

  92. 10 One-Star Yelp Reviews of Majestic National Parks

  93. Searching for the Science of Self | Psychology Today

  94. Love Is Not Algorithmic - The Atlantic

  95. If 'World of Warcraft' is a drug, Blizzard is a cruel drug dealer | The Verge

  96. Emma Watson Says That The View Feminism Is "Man Hating" Has To Stop

  97. Giles Bowkett: Why Scrum Should Basically Just Die In A Fire

  98. How Sugar Daddies Are Financing College Education - The Atlantic

  99. Design Goals from ZURB

  100. Caffeine is so essential that the ability to produce it evolved twice | Ars Technica

  101. How Caffeine Evolved to Help Plants Survive and Help People Wake Up — The New York Times

  102. Smartwatch Wars: The Apple Watch versus Android Wear, in screenshots | Ars Technica

  103. Wag that puppy - Charlie's Diary

  104. Millennials Are Out-Reading Older Generations - The Atlantic

  105. Russia and the Menace of Unreality - The Atlantic

  106. Lessons from a year’s worth of hiring data | Aline Lerner's Blog

  107. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition gets it mostly right - Boing Boing

  108. Forget the CV, data decide careers - FT.com

  109. Rhianna's rise: Meet the writer behind Tomb Raider | Polygon

  110. The Neuroscience of Perseverance

  111. Adapting gadgets to our needs is the secret pivot on which technology turns | Technology | theguardian.com

  112. Quantum mechanics lets you image an object with photons that never hit it | Ars Technica

  113. Broken_Toys comments on HTNGAF about my job killing my relationships.

  114. Digital tools have a mind of their own: yours - Boing Boing

  115. Quantum state may be a real thing | Ars Technica

  116. Why Not a Three-Day Week? - The New Yorker

  117. Порядок - 114 электронных библиотек (ссылки на все)

  118. Itō Jakuchū - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  119. Art in the Infographic Age - Boing Boing

  120. Sea plankton living in space - science | Stuff.co.nz

  121. Designing the new Foursquare — Medium

  122. Meet the woman who deleted Marissa Mayer’s five children — The Message — Medium

  123. Which Cities Get the Most Sleep? - The Numbers - WSJ

  124. These portraits from Skyrim look more like magazine covers than video games | Polygon

  125. Outlander: False Feminism? - The Atlantic

  126. How dads improve their kids' lives, according to science - Vox

  127. What an Introvert Sounds Like - The Atlantic

  128. Your Gut Bacteria Want You to Eat a Cupcake - The Atlantic

  129. #35 - How to give and receive criticism

  130. What an Introvert Sounds Like - The Atlantic

  131. How to Be Polite — The Message — Medium

  132. The time Disney duped Robin Williams - Boing Boing

  133. Why You Should Never Have Taken That Prestigious Internship - Mic

  134. The Way Out of the Ukraine Crisis - The Atlantic

  135. How the Other Half Works: an Adventure in the Low Status of Software Engineers | Michael O. Church

  136. In the Brain, Memories Are Inextricably Tied to Place - The Atlantic

  137. Stop being a tourist | The Verge

  138. Rise of the Tomb Raider to be an Xbox exclusive | Technology | The Guardian

  139. Debugging file corruption on iOS | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code

  140. Men Say 'Uh' and Women Say 'Um' - The Atlantic

  141. Tricking Facebook's Algorithm - The Atlantic

  142. Эмиграция: Создатели «Чемодан-Вокзал-Куда» — о том, как грамотно уехать за границу — Перемены — Афиша-Город

  143. Арина Холина:  Ангедония и как с ней бороться – Арина Холина – Блог – Сноб

  144. 10 Science Fiction Novels You Pretend to Have Read (And Why You Should Actually Read Them)

  145. A Response to ‘Women Against Feminism.’ | iwantedwings

  146. How facts backfire - The Boston Globe

  147. The top 10 novels about childbirth | Books | theguardian.com

  148. Hadoop at a Crossroads? | blog@CACM | Communications of the ACM

  149. Lego’s female scientist toys could transform the economy – Quartz

  150. Releasing "Chunk Scatter", an HTTP chunked encoding analysis tool

  151. Can Anything Take Down the Facebook Juggernaut? | Business | WIRED

  152. Eureka! When a Blow to the Head Creates a Sudden Genius - The Atlantic

  153. Arts and Crafts and Money - The Morning News

  154. Cruftbox

  155. Why Readers, Scientifically, Are The Best People To Fall In Love With

  156. What ORMs have taught me: just learn SQL - Curried lambda

  157. Your name has remarkable power over the path of your life - Quartz

  158. OkCupid and Tinder are Making It Harder to Meet the One | New York Observer

  159. What People Think of You Based on Your Photo - The Atlantic

  160. Everyone's A Lab Rat In OkCupid's Labyrinth Of Love - ReadWrite

  161. Low testosterone could be what made us civilized humans - The Washington Post

  162. Belly fat clearest sign of type 2 diabetes risk | Society | The Guardian

  163. Amazon Kindle Unlimited: Kindle Unlimited is DOA: Amazon killed it

  164. Red Rock West (1993) - Imgur

  165. 2k: срезал

  166. The problem with OKCupid is the problem with the social web

  167. Marketing is not a Post-Processing Step

  168. Why many programmers don’t bother joining the ACM | ITworld

  169. BBC - Future - Neuroscience: The man who saw time stand still

  170. Why We Need Storytellers at the Heart of Product Development | UX Magazine

  171. Getting Over Procrastination

  172. Essential Anime

  173. Forgetting and Remembering Your First Language - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

  174. How to Die in 5 Easy Steps — Medium

  175. When Media Mergers Limit More Than Competition - NYTimes.com

  176. The Bystander Effect: Why Companies Fail to Change | Javalobby

  177. Powerful people have a distorted perception of time - Quartz

  178. Software Maniacs blog » Dissecting fetchers

  179. StackOverflow Update: 560M Pageviews a Month, 25 Servers, and It's All About Performance - High Scalability -

  180. Amazon, a Friendly Giant as Long as It’s Fed — NYTimes.com

  181. Java Developers

  182. Secrets of the Creative Brain - The Atlantic

  183. Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block - ProPublica

  184. Count to ten when a plane goes down... - John C. Beck, author of Good vs Good

  185. Manufacturing the Talent Shortage, by Dimas Guardado | Model View Culture

  186. How Data Mining Uncovered Rampant Scientific Plagiarism and Fraud - Scientific American

  187. When the Boss Says, 'Don't Tell Your Coworkers How Much You Get Paid' - Jonathan Timm - The Atlantic

  188. Putin's Double Game in Ukraine - David Rohde - The Atlantic

  189. The Myth of Wealthy Men and Beautiful Women - James Hamblin - The Atlantic

  190. Soviet Ghosts: an Empire in decay - in pictures | Books | The Guardian

  191. How to Teach Old Ears New Tricks - Scientific American

  192. Video games: Time to tackle the taboo - Telegraph

    In a 2011 study at Carnegie Mellon, researchers found that people who trained through video games—where they are not explicitly aware of what they are learning—improved more in much less time than when they tried explicit training.

  193. The Atlantic Turns a Profit, With an Eye on the Web - NYTimes.com

  194. Евгений и Татьяна | Prometa

  195. Moto G - darktermit

  196. How a password changed my life. — Medium

  197. Interview: Rhianna Pratchett | Quench

  198. Gamasutra - What did they do to you?: Our women heroes problem

  199. For Those in the Digital Dark, Enlightenment Is Borrowed From the Library — NYTimes.com

  200. Facebook Has All the Power - Julie Posetti - The Atlantic

  201. The power of lonely - The Boston Globe

    “One ongoing Harvard study indicates that people form more lasting and accurate memories if they believe they’re experiencing something alone.” “…study indicating that people who are socially connected with others can have a hard time identifying with people who are more distant from them.”

  202. Why Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are so successful, in one word - Quartz

  203. Killing the Crunch Mode Antipattern - Chad Fowler

  204. Big Data should not be a faith-based initiative - Boing Boing

  205. Removing a Drive from a Spanned Volume - /blog/

  206. Killing the Crunch Mode Antipattern - Chad Fowler

  207. Because .com Wasn't Available: Cognitive Biases in Software Engineering

  208. Kremlin offers Silicon Valley a Russian Internet with Chinese characteristics - Boing Boing

  209. Ride like a girl — Medium

  210. Why College Students Need a Class in Dating - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

  211. Wilderness/Survival Films - Imgur

  212. Why Putin Turned Against the U.S. - David A. Graham - The Atlantic

  213. Slaying The Protein Myth — Medium

  214. 10 Tricks to Appear Smart During Meetings — Comedy Corner — Medium

  215. http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2013/08/map-monsters.html

  216. Every ColorBrewer Scale

  217. Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Learning How to Code — Medium

  218. How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work — The New York Times

  219. Why Are So Many Americans Single? : The New Yorker

  220. Is Facebook Making Us Lonely? - Stephen Marche - The Atlantic

  221. The Flight From Conversation — The New York Times

  222. Social Media's Small, Positive Role in Human Relationships - Zeynep Tufekci - The Atlantic

  223. This is why i don't give you a job

  224. What are the most important things you should teach an adult? - Quora

  225. When a Relationship Becomes a Game - Susie Neilson - The Atlantic

  226. Why women lose the dating game

  227. When eating is a crime. Ramadan, 'the most un-Islamic month in thecalendar'

  228. Masters of Love - Emily Esfahani Smith - The Atlantic

  229. Corrupt Personalization | Social Media Collective

  230. Amazon Is Killing My Sex Life | Dame Magazine

  231. Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks

  232. Principles of User Interface Design

  233. The Missing 20th Century: How Copyright Protection Makes Books Vanish - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic

  234. TED talks are lying to you - Salon.com

  235. Sticks and stones: Brain releases natural painkillers during social rejection -- ScienceDaily

  236. Eject, eject! | Dadhacker

  237. What’s Up With That: Building Bigger Roads Actually Makes Traffic Worse | Autopia | WIRED

  238. Wrapping a Present for the Future

  239. For the Love of Money - NYTimes.com

  240. The Singularity Is Further Than It Appears - Charlie's Diary

  241. What I Didn't Say

  242. The open source revolution is coming and it will conquer the 1% - ex CIA spy | Nafeez Ahmed | Environment | theguardian.com

  243. BBC - Future - Can synaesthesia be learnt?

  244. Library : On Three Ways of Writing for Children - Catholic Culture

    catholic culture? duhh

  245. crr » Words known by men and women

  246. Почему я больше не читаю на русском? - Авторские колонки - Новая Газета

  247. Feeling lonely? Boot up this romance sim and meet your next five boyfriends | The Verge

  248. Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system, study finds - Telegraph

  249. The Woman Who Forgot the Names of Animals - Indre Viskontas and Chris Mooney - The Atlantic

  250. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

  251. The Architecture of Open Source Applications

  252. Iraq arrest that exposed wealth and power of Isis jihadists | World news | The Guardian

  253. Forget Calories - James Hamblin - The Atlantic

  254. Stonekettle Station: Absolutely Nothing

  255. Gender Equality is Not Enough | 8th Light

  256. It’s up to you. | yesivebeenthere2

  257. Caterina Fake: Killing the Abraham | Business | WIRED

  258. Filtering Profits — WSJ

  259. The Impossibility of Making New Friends - The Bygone Bureau

  260. How to Take a Walk

  261. The New Rules of TV

  262. Newborns exposed to dirt, dander, germs may have lower allergy, asthma risk -- ScienceDaily

  263. Study: Gamers are more educated, more social than the people who make fun of them

  264. Afterglow Vibrator - Laser Sex Toy

  265. The Results Are In: America Is Dumb and on the Road to Getting Dumber | Alternet

  266. Evolution: Balls and brains | The Economist

  267. In the Beginning Was the Word; Now the Word Is on an App — NYTimes.com

  268. Stanford researchers crack the math behind successful Reddit submissions | The Verge

  269. jwz: Now you're thinking with robots. And projection mapping.

  270. jwz: Orion Nuclear Pulse Rocket simulation

  271. jwz: Today in robotentacle news:

  272. Age-ism, Transhumanism, and Silicon Valley’s Cognitive Dissonance If you’re irrelevant at thirty, why live forever?

  273. Keeping Up and "Just In Time" Learning

  274. How I Became an Unfair Teacher - Ben Orlin - The Atlantic

  275. 10 anime with amazing visuals - Imgur

  276. Having children is contagious among high school friends during early adulthood

    told you!

  277. Faking Cultural Literacy — NYTimes.com

  278. TheScorchedEarthSociety-transcript.pdf

  279. Wives matter more when it comes to calming down marital conflicts

  280. Культура: Они сражались за родину

  281. Amazon: malignant monopoly, or just plain evil? - Charlie's Diary

  282. Complacency, Subservience and all that Bullshit

  283. Re: What Can Men Do? « Jacob Kaplan-Moss

  284. APE (Ajax Push Engine) :: Comet server :: Real time data streaming

  285. Socket.IO: the cross-browser WebSocket for realtime apps.

  286. 38 Maps They Didn’t Teach You At School . - Imgur

    Some shitty unsourced maps

  287. Top Ranked Films (2003 - 2013) - Imgur

  288. Strava Global Heatmap

    Куда пойти погулять возле дома

  289. The Gigolo - Sandra Tsing Loh - The Atlantic

  290. How far can privatisation go? Perhaps the government itself could be outsourced | Ian Jack | Comment is free | The Guardian

  291. The shadow genome: why DNA isn't destiny | The Verge

  292. The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity

  293. JavaScript Isn't Scheme - journal.stuffwithstuff.com

  294. Jaron Lanier: 'The online Utopia doesn't exist. We need to reboot' (Wired UK)

  295. To be happier, should you increase the good things in your life or reduce the bad things?

  296. Themes : Fantastika : SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia

  297. OpenID: The Web's Most Successful Failure - Webmonkey

  298. A bitter war between chimps in the 1970s might be explained with social networking software | The Verge

  299. How to live happily ever after, according to science - The Week

  300. StudiesOfTestDrivenDevelopment - Agile Bibliography

  301. No matter what the boss says about flextime, get to work early - Quartz

  302. World of Warcraft gender switching: Why men choose female avatars.

  303. Design Is About Intent | Rampant Innovation

  304. Can you be sceptical about GM but believe in climate change? | Alice Bell | Science | theguardian.com

  305. Bullies may get a long-lasting physical benefit, scientists say - Los Angeles Times

  306. How We Get Tall - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

  307. 'Dear Mom, Thanks for Rocking Those Gigantic Varicose Veins, Which I Caused' - Shawnee Barton - The Atlantic

  308. Femtastic Lit: History's 10 greatest sci-fi novels written by women - WhizzPast

  309. Affinity Propagation | Frey Lab - Probabilistic and Statistical Inference Group

  310. Goodreads Feedback - Suggestions & Questions: Adding Ozon.ru to the list of remote libraries (showing 1-27 of 27)

  311. Attaching the Flesh: A Character Questionnaire | Rob D Young

  312. The Importance of Mind-Wandering | Science Blogs | WIRED

  313. The Quiet Coup - Simon Johnson - The Atlantic

  314. Don't Leave Money on the Table with This Crash Course in Pricing

  315. The revenge of the lawn - Boing Boing

  316. The other downside of antibiotics: Killing the useful bacteria | Ars Technica

  317. Women Wear Too Much Makeup Because They Mistakenly Think Men Like It - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

  318. Robin Sloan’s Book Bag: Five Science Fiction Books That Matter - The Daily Beast

  319. A List of Books | 623 of the Best Books ever Written - StumbleUpon

  320. Seiun Award - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  321. Just One Book

  322. The 100 Greatest Novels - StumbleUpon

  323. Amazon.com: 100 Books To Read In A Lifetime: Books

  324. Envisioning emerging technology

  325. What did people do in a Medieval City?

  326. Инструкция: Как купить квартиру за границей — Дома — Афиша-Город

  327. TextTeaser API | Mashape API Marketplace

  328. Design Inspiration: The Art of the Résumé

  329. Medieval Recipes

  330. The Medieval Kitchen: Recipes from France and Italy, six recipes

  331. I was thinking about all the bread and water from the other medieval question and it made me have another question. Was bread made in medieval times the same way it is made today or has the ingredients of bread changed throughout history? : AskHistorians

  332. Sci-fi/Fantasy Movies That Don't Involve Aliens Pt.3 - Imgur

  333. Performance Calendar » The Runtime Performance Checklist

  334. The Kindle wink — Medium

  335. 1. What are drones? « Drone Wars UK¬es

  336. Turnspit Dog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia¬es

  337. Best books for your new Kindle | The Verge¬es

  338. The Wertzone: Waterstones fail to recognise female fantasy authors¬es

  339. Video games change the way you dream | The Verge

    so-called "hardcore" gamers were more likely than their peers to experience lucid dreams

  340. Education, breastfeeding, and gender affect our bodies’ microbiomes | Ars Technica

    “why women with a baccalaureate degree have specific communities in their vaginal microbiome” — чтобы стать веб-дизайнером надо переспать с веб-дизайнером

  341. How Japan Copied American Culture and Made it Better | Travel | Smithsonian

  342. Meaningful Activities Protect the Brain From Depression - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

  343. Postpartum Depression Can Happen to Any Parent - Julie Beck - The Atlantic

  344. How America Lost Vladimir Putin - David Rohde and Arshad Mohammed - The Atlantic

  345. Интернет-магазин японских товаров в Москве, товары из Японии Фукуока

  346. Introducing Steam Gauge: Ars reveals Steam’s most popular games | Ars Technica

  347. Why The Security Bug Heartbleed Has A Catchy Logo | Co.Design | business + design

  348. That Time The CIA And Howard Hughes Tried To Steal A Soviet Submarine

  349. Alien Earths: why life on other worlds would be far weirder than us | The Verge

  350. The era of Facebook is an anomaly | The Verge

  351. The War Nerd: Saudis, Syria, and “Blowback” | PandoDaily

  352. St. Petersburg From Above - In Focus - The Atlantic

  353. The Ultimate Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain — Overthought

    Uninstall facebook.

  354. 25 of the greatest Fantasy books ever written - Imgur

  355. Ill-Considered Choices: Coffee and its Effects on Feature Creep

  356. Personal Identity Is (Mostly) Performance - Jennifer Ouellette - The Atlantic

  357. Barbie designer defends doll's impossible curves | The Verge

  358. Locus Online Perspectives » Cory Doctorow: Cheap Writing Tricks

  359. The data are in: Life under Putin is a continuous downward spiral into despair

  360. The Pro-Orgasm Movement - Merissa Nathan Gerson - The Atlantic

  361. Is the Oculus Rift sexist? – Quartz

  362. Growing up poor makes kids' DNA look old | The Verge

  363. Is the Oculus Rift sexist? - Quartz

  364. Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile: What You Get Wrong about the Internet - TIME

  365. This column will change your life: join the management | Life and style | The Guardian

  366. Periodic Table of Storytelling

  367. The top /r/fantasy novels of all time, RESULTS THREAD! : Fantasy

  368. Former Ultima Online developers working on MMO that offers 'unparalleled freedom' | Polygon

  369. The Setup / John McAfee

  370. To Wash it all Away (PDF)

    People were begging for a combination of Self, LISP, and C in the same way that the denizens of Middle Earth were begging Saruman to breed Orcs and men to make Uruk-hai.

  371. Accidentally Turing-Complete ― Andreas Zwinkau

  372. An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments

  373. Study: Smarter People Are More Trusting - Julie Beck - The Atlantic

  374. Humans as Theocides – we killed our original gods and we have forgotten them | a new nature blog

  375. Automating Layouts Bring Flipboard’s Magazine Style To Web And Windows | TechCrunch

  376. The long road to building AI for BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth | Polygon

  377. Deciphering Glyph

  378. Study: Believing You’ve Slept Well, Even If You Haven't, Improves Performance - Julie Beck - The Atlantic

  379. Creative writing professor Hanif Kureishi says such courses are 'a waste of time' | Books | theguardian.com

  380. Dark thoughts: why mental illness is on the rise in academia | Higher Education Network | Guardian Professional

  381. Choosing a Secure Password - Boing Boing

  382. budurada: О психодраме (часть первая)

  383. The Russian Olympics — Medium

  384. George Packer: Is Amazon Bad for Books? : The New Yorker

  385. Raid Awareness is a Learned and Practiced Skill | It's Dangerous to Go Alone

  386. Meet the 4 Most Desired People in New York (According to OKCupid) - The Cut

  387. succulents by Peter Lapshin

  388. «Это мозг, его едят». Несколько историй о писателях будущего - Slon Magazine

  389. Breadwinner Wives and Nervous Husbands - NYTimes.com

    it’s impossible for you to be happier than your spouse

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  391. When Random Isn't Random Enough: Lessons from an Online Poker Exploit - Laura Diane Hamilton

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