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How To Ask Your BFF If She'll Run Your Facebook Page in the Event of Your Untimely Death

wired.com — Editors' note: Today Facebook announced that you can choose an heir to run your page after you die. This is how you might go about telling your heir they've been chosen. Monica, sit down. Here's some ice tea. It's sweetened just how you like. No, let's talk about book club later.

Dear RadioShack, This Is Why We Adored You. Love, WIRED

wired.com — The time is near to bid farewell to that old security blanket, RadioShack. When the remote control broke, it was there. When we needed a cable or 20, it was there. But soon, it won't be. The company is about to file for bankruptcy. Shares of its stock have been suspended from trading.

Bring On #snowmageddon2015. Just Don't Take Down My Internet

wired.com — Twenty-four inches of snow are heading down from Canada to lock Boston in a fluffy white straight jacket. The roads will close. The shops will close. The schools already have closed. No one is delivering food, and the shelves at Trader Joe's and Market Basket are nearly empty.

An Ode to SkyMall After It Files For Bankruptcy

wired.com — My parents didn't love each other anymore, so at 10, 7, and 2 years old, we flew unaccompanied between Idaho and LA for visits. We may not have had chaperones or the security of an intact nuclear family, but we had one essential comfort: The SkyMall catalogue.

The World Is Watching Our Net Neutrality Debate, So Let's Not Screw This Up

wired.com — Does the United States act in accordance with the same principles that we advocate to others? The answer needs to be yes. When it comes to the debate on network neutrality, the world watches what we do at home. That's one reason that the President's commitment to network neutrality is so important: In the struggle...

If Social Media Sites Were Drugs, These Are the Drugs They Would Be

LIVE: Watch Elon Musk's SpaceX Try to Land a Rocket on a Barge

wired.com — At 6:20 Tuesday morning, the private space flight company founded by Elon Musk will attempt to land a rocket. Back on Earth. The unmanned Falcon 9 spacecraft will first head to the International Space Station, delivering supplies and equipment, but then it's going to do something never done before: it's going to try to come...

Every Serial-Related Google Image Search You've Been Afraid to Do

wired.com — (Spoiler alert: Many spoilers for the Serial podcast ahead.) One of the most fascinating things about radio is how it forces your imagination to engage. You have to picture the stories in your mind, along with the places reporters are talking about and the people they are interviewing.

E-Book Legal Restrictions Are Screwing Over Blind People

wired.com — In late 2012, a 14-year-old high school student stood in front of a camera and began to read. Chris Nusbaum's voice was calm and steady. And so were his hands, which ran smoothly over lines of braille as he made a personal appeal to Amazon-maker of the most widely-used e-reader in the world.

Mom Sent My Fat Ass a Treadmill Desk

medium.com — Dreyfusses are good at a lot of things. Talking. Gesticulating. Interrupting. Relating to the news. Making everything about us. Eating. Relaxing. And giving gifts. Last year I sent a Dreyfuss a bar of soap for Christmas. It wasn't a very kind present, but it was useful.
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Mar 01, 2015

RT @MeredithFrost: That moment you're flipping through the @NYTmag, spit out your coffee and have to do a triple take. pic.twitter.com/Imeo7UFttF

Feb 27, 2015

RT @edbott: He lived long, and he prospered. Safe travels, Leonard Nimoy.

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