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Articles Collection August

Hope to get around to reading or finishing these articles. Some day.

When David Remnick writes about Russia, you gotta read.

All of David Remnick's articles in the New Yorker.

All of Ken Auletta's articles in the New Yorker.

Profile of cricket boss N. Srinivasan in The Caravan. Excerpt from Lena Dunham's book.

Yes, I for one think it's wrong to teach children to believe in God. It's child abuse. Plain and simple. Philip Seymour Hoffman's last days. Where do children's earliest memories go? Does humanity's future lie among the stars or is our fate extinction?

Chapter 1 of Sam Harris' Waking Up. Finding the words, an elegy. Eight days, the battle to save the American financial system. Love stories from the New Yorker. Profiles from the New Yorker. 25 articles from the New Yorker chosen by Longreads.

The Biden agenda from the New Yorker. Kim Philby by Malcolm Gladwell in the New Yorker. Miles O'Brien's PBS story about the Japanese nuclear disaster site. What is consciousness or how it works.

Edward Snowden interview in Wired. Profiles of the Fields Medal winners. The future of college education in the Atlantic.

All the bodies in the Solar System that are larger than 200 miles.


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