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Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
Inside the lives of social media stars' parents who are mastering new platforms, dealing with shady agents, and focused on the physical safety of their kids   —  When then-14-year-old Jonas Bridges ran down the stairs of his Atlanta home shouting, “Dad, I've got 1,000 fans!” his father, Rob Bridges, hardly took notice.
Jan 20, 2018, 2:00 AMIn context
Caroline Mimbs Nyce / The Atlantic:
How a 2001 retreat in Snowbird, Utah led to the Agile Manifesto and Agile software development practices widely used across the industry   —  Snowbird, Utah, is an unlikely place to mount a software revolution.  Around 25 miles outside Salt Lake City, Snowbird is certainly no Silicon Valley …
Dec 11, 2017, 10:45 AMIn context
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
As Zuckerberg concludes his 30-state tour, a look at how he's described Facebook and its mission since 2005   —  There's a story that Mark Zuckerberg has told dozens of times over the years.  Shortly after he'd launched Facebook in February 2004, he went to get pizza with Kang-Xing Jin …
Nov 21, 2017, 1:20 PMIn context
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
A look at how Anki's Cozmo toy robot uses AI for responsive emotions that encourage interactivity and how children perceive smart robots   —  When I brought the robot home from the Apple Store, I knew I was inviting a new kind of strangeness into our lives.  My wife worried about giving …
Nov 10, 2017, 2:15 PMIn context
Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
Inside Alphabet's moonshot division, X, which wants to build the next Google by nurturing invention and innovation, finding radical but feasible solutions   —  I. The Question  —  A snake-robot designer, a balloon scientist, a liquid-crystals technologist, an extradimensional physicist …
Oct 15, 2017, 1:55 AMIn context
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
An in-depth look at Facebook's role in eroding the informational underpinnings of democracy during the 2016 election, and why it was so hard to see it coming   —  In the media world, as in so many other realms, there is a sharp discontinuity in the timeline: before the 2016 election, and after.
Oct 14, 2017, 2:00 AMIn context
Alana Semuels / The Atlantic:
How Sweden's strong safety net, low corporate taxes, and deregulation of industries to promote competition gave rise to its thriving startup community   —  STOCKHOLM—This is a high-tax, high-spend country, where employees receive generous social benefits and ample amounts of vacation time.
Oct 2, 2017, 8:30 AMIn context
James Somers / The Atlantic:
Experts shed light on how model-driven engineering can help programmers solve problems and reduce software errors more effectively than traditional programming   —  There were six hours during the night of April 10, 2014, when the entire population of Washington State had no 911 service.
Oct 1, 2017, 7:10 AMIn context
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
Inside Waymo's self-driving effort, including its physical test base, called Castle, and Carcraft VR simulations, where 25K virtual cars drive 8M miles per day   —  In a corner of Alphabet's campus, there is a team working on a piece of software that may be the key to self-driving cars.
Aug 23, 2017, 3:35 PMIn context
Jean M. Twenge / The Atlantic:
Aug 4, 2017, 5:25 AMIn context

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