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You might use an app or VR headset to explore your neighborhood these days, but books still win when it comes to truly understanding where we live-and how those places are changing.
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I have a bag problem. It's rivaled only by my shoes and my jacket problems. I collect the things. I throw away too much money every year on the quest for the perfect bag for travel, or every day, or evening, or conventions. I have
Two of the most celebrated authors in science fiction, Kim Stanley Robinson and Neal Stephenson, released epic novels this summer about our future lives in space. And yet both Robinson's Aurora and Stephenson's Seveneves are actually about why we may never be able to leave
While there have been many attempts to create a Netflix-like service in India, Lukup attempts to bring a hardware piece into the equation as well. India still lacks a quality (in terms of content) video streaming service and Lukup hopes to change that with