2022-9-22
We are storytellers who tap into the work of historians and other researchers to produce #articles, podcasts, and videos that uncover hidden stories and seek new perspectives on science and technology. With the help of the #Science #History Institute’s unique collections, we chronicle the powerful influence of science on our past, present, and #future.
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2022-6-24
1.4 million articles on Science Direct are open access
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2022-5-23
This site is edited by Dr Andreas Matthias, philosopher. It aims to make #philosophy more accessible to the public, both by providing introductory #articles on the #history, areas and problems of philosophy and by applying philosophical thought to everyday problems.
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2022-2-21
I’m an artist who writes or a writer who paints, dependent on the day. Sometimes I finish #books. Sometimes I write #articles. Sometimes I make illustrations, #comics, prints, and animations.
#illustration #painting #literature #animation
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2022-1-25
First, thank you for taking the time to stop by and read some of my articles. It brings me a great sense of satisfaction to help, even in the slightest, other motivated developers learn more about #technology.
#code #article #science
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2021-12-31
The stories of abandoned places, through thousands of photos and articles from all over the world.
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2021-11-29
People follow people, not institutions.
Every business decision today is influenced by content — but it's not just newspaper articles or dull white papers. Today, individual content creators make an impact with tweets, newsletters, memes, and more.
Workweek is a growing collective of industry experts who are changing the world of business by creating content you'll actually enjoy.
Here, personalities are elevated, expertise runs deep, and entertainment and cultural relevance are embraced.
We’re here to make work fun.
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2021-11-24
has drawn on the MIT Press’s rich archive and family of distinguished authors to produce thought-provoking excerpts, interviews, and other original works by Press-affiliated authors, past and present. In a landscape marked by rampant misinformation, The Reader promises to deliver insightful and compelling articles across subjects that range from the cultural and the historical to the scientific and the technical. Our stories are written for the general public but backed by academic rigor.
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2021-11-22
broadens people’s understanding of the humanities – art, #history, and #philosophy – through curated articles, whimsical lists, and the latest news and discoveries. All with a little injection of intrigue and excitement.
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2021-11-15
features original news and analysis at the intersection of artificial and natural intelligence. Through articles and podcasts, it explores issues, challenges, and controversies relating to human and artificial intelligence from a perspective that values the unique capabilities of human beings.
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2021-9-25
is an open access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal hosted on the University of Zurich's HOPE platform. All articles will be freely available online immediately upon publication and we plan no submission or publication fees for at least the first two years, but hopefully longer. #science #article
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2021-7-14
This is a list of lists of lists, an article that is a list of articles that are themselves lists of articles that are also lists on the English Wikipedia. In other words, each of the articles linked here is an index to multiple lists on a topic. Some of the linked articles may contain lists of lists as well.
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2021-5-27
is an online #magazine about #culture and #creative industries, including art, #design, #fashion, #music and #multimedia.
Our magazine provides in-depth articles, such as interviews, exhibition/event reports, publications reviews, in both Japanese and English. It was launched in November 1996.
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