Managing editor emeritus of GOOD. My work has also appeared in Fast Company and The Atlantic. Currently studying computer science and machine learning.
avclub.com — Last week, in anticipation of her inauguration into Disney's pretty, pretty princess court, Merida, the heroine of the Disney/Pixar's Brave, got a pretty, pretty makeover. Gone was her quiver of arrows and charmingly ruddy complexion. The new Merida had boobs! And makeup! And was thinner!
youtube.com — Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 As I Lay Dying Official Trailer #1 (2013) - James Franco, Richard Jenkins Movie HD Based on the 1930 classic by Faulkner, it is the story of the death of Addie Bundren and her family's quest to honor her wish to be buried in the nearby town of Jefferson.
reuters.com — The result is a harvest of human embryonic stem cells, the seemingly magic cells capable of morphing into any of the 200-plus kinds that make up a person. The feat, reported on Wednesday in the journal Cell, could re-ignite the field of stem-cell medicine, which has been hobbled by technical challenges as well as ethical issues.
fastcoexist.com — The next big environmentally minded startup may be funded by an unlikely source: Patagonia. The clothing giant recently decided to launch an internal venture fund, called $20 Million & Change, that will invest in startups working to make the world a better place via the clothing, food, water, energy, and waste industries.Patagonia has never been a traditional clothing company.
youtube.com — Check out more Red Bull Music Academy: http://redbullmusicacademy.com/ Listen to all the songs here! http://goo.gl/YFxOL In the latest film from Red Bull Music Academy, we turn our attention to DFA: the iconic NYC record label that got the indie kids to dance.
motherjones.com — This is a story about the future. Not the unhappy future, the one where climate change turns the planet into a cinder or we all die in a global nuclear war. This is the happy version. It's the one where computers keep getting smarter and smarter, and clever engineers keep building better and better robots.
good.is — In a new report, MIT's David Autor ( PDF) looks at the shifting employment landscape in America and comes to this conclusion: America's workforce is splitting into high- and low-paying jobs. The middle-income demographic is disappearing. He calls it "the polarization of job opportunities." The chart below tells the story.
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