Sudip C.

India
  1. ”Emperor’s nose smashed… Vikas mask has no use” from The Telegraph online edition

    The current state of affairs in politics in India. Written by J.P. Yadav of The Telegraph online...
    106 Words
  2. “America Needs to Align Technology With a Public Purpose” from The Atlantic

    Disruptive innovations won’t produce a better society unless we work to contain their harms and...
    350 Words
  3. "Alexa, Should We Trust You?" from The Atlantic (Part - Two)

    The voice revolution has only just begun. Today, Alexa is a humble servant. Very soon, she could...
    500 Words
  4. "Alexa, Should We Trust You?" from The Atlantic (Part - One)

    The voice revolution has only just begun. Today, Alexa is a humble servant. Very soon, she could...
    500 Words
  5. "Bollywood and MeToo: Film industry lifts sexual abuse taboo" from AlJazeera

    From violence and harassment to the gender pay gap and intimidation, abuse is widely reported....
    176 Words
  6. "Why Iran creates some of the world's best films" from The BBC

    Four Iranian films made it into the top 100 in BBC Culture’s recent poll to find the greatest...
    163 Words
  7. The Next Data Mine Is Your Bedroom from The Atlantic

    Google wants to scan your clothing and listen to you brush your teeth. Welcome home. Writes...
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  8. Frugality Isn’t What It Used to Be from The Atlantic

    What use is there today for one of the oldest virtues? writes Joe Pinsker from The Atlantic Link:...
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  9. America: Where Retirees Are Tricked Into Regretting a Busted Savings System from The Atlantic

    “If we give people a totally garbage system and then make them feel bad about not having...
    96 Words
  10. In Defense of Old-School Feminism from The Atlantic

    A new book, Feminism’s Forgotten Fight, pushes back on the notion that second-wave feminists only...
    250 Words
  11. China is taking on Tesla's electric car supremacy (and winning) from wired.co.uk

    Fascinating read. Written by Sam Shead from wired.co.uk Link:...
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  12. The explosive race to totally reinvent the smartphone battery from wired.co.uk

    Fascinating read,written by Amit Katwala of wired.co.uk Link:...
    475 Words
  13. The Myth That a Cleaner Car Is Less Safe Than a Dirty One By Daniel F. Becker and James Gerstenzang

    I had the same delusion. The fact is that a cleaner car is not that clean.... Retrieved from The...
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  14. Bangladesh Joins The Space Age by Abu Sufian Shamrat from YaleGlobal Online

    A fascinating read of a poor country shining in science and technology. Retrieved from YaleGlobal...
    240 Words
  15. How American Racism Influenced Hitler By Alex Ross Part-2

    Retrieved from The New Yorker magazine. Link:...
    500 Words
  16. How American Racism Influenced Hitler By Alex Ross Part-1

    Retrieved from The New Yorker magazine. Link:...
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  17. Stephen Hawking Dies at 76; His Mind Roamed the Cosmos by Dennis Overbye from The New York Times

    A moving tribute to a beautiful mind. Retrieved from nytimes.com Link:...
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  18. 'Mind over matter': Stephen Hawking – obituary by Roger Penrose from The Guardian

    A special obituary of a student written by his teacher. Retrieved from theguardian.com Link:...
    500 Words
  19. People Don’t Want to Be Compared with Others in Performance Reviews. They Want to Be Compared with Themselves (from hbr.org)

    People Don’t Want to Be Compared with Others in Performance Reviews. They Want to Be Compared...
    154 Words

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