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Posted on October 14, 2016

How Toronto built the most hyped sports stadium ever | BlogTO

Josh Donaldson, on the willingness to fail, and the confidence he won’t | The Athletic

In today’s market, your food chooses you ~It’s no secret your taste in food can change as you get older — but the more important change for marketers is how your taste compares with your kids’ or parents’ | The Globe and Mail

What Is Up With Trump’s Ill-Fitting Suits? A World-Famous London Bespoke Tailor Explains | Jezebel

Ava DuVernay’s 13th Reframes American History | The Atlantic

The Three Lives of Malvina Schwartz ~Butches, Femmes, and Mobsters: Inside the world of America’s first drag superstars. | Hazlitt

Justin Trudump | Feathertale

Lucid Streaming ~Virtual reality can be as immersive as a movie because it doesn’t look or feel real at all | Real Life

What two Oxford archaeologists discovered while flying over ancient Jordan ~From an aerial perspective, Robert Bewley and David Kennedy have recorded sites across the Middle East and North Africa through their digital photography. | Toronto Star

Silicon Valley Questions the Meaning of Life ~The tech industry is increasingly consumed by whether our existence is actually an algorithm. | Vanity Fair

Generation Adderall ~Like many of my friends, I spent years using prescription stimulants to get through school and start my career. Then I tried to get off them | The New York Times

A brief history of controversial team names ~As the Toronto Blue Jays get set to play the Cleveland Indians in the American League Championship Series, Tu Thanh Ha takes a look at the contentious logos and names of sports teams past and present | Globe and Mail

My Friend Sam ~By Curtis Sittenfeld | The New Yorker

The Prodigy Complex ~On Children in Classical Music | Van Magazine

The Virtue of an Educated Voter ~The Founders believed that a well-informed electorate preserves our fragile democracy and benefits American society as a whole | The American Scholar

Dangerous idiots: how the liberal media elite failed working-class Americans ~Trump supporters are not the caricatures journalists depict — and native Kansan Sarah Smarsh sets out to correct what newsrooms get wrong | The Guardian

The real threat to Jeremy Corbyn now comes from the left |

Swat Team ~The media’s extermination of Bernie Sanders, and real reform | Harper’s

Charting the world’s clowns — the terrifying and the hilarious | Metro




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