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    https://theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/05/culture-and-smiling/483827

    Why Some Cultures Frown on Smiling

    Finally, an explanation for the stereotypical pouty Russian

    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612997/the-crispr-twins-had-their-brains-altered/

    China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced

    New research suggests that a controversial gene-editing experiment to make children resistant to HIV may also have enhanced their ability to learn and form memories.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/20/science/zebra-stripes-flies.html

    Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Scientists Camouflaged Horses to Find Out

    If you spend time around horses or flies, you might want to invest in some zebra print.

    https://captainawkward.com/2014/07/10/597-how-do-i-learn-to-take-criticism-better

    #597: How do I learn to take criticism better?

    Dear Captain, I have always been way too sensitive to criticism. In high school we had an assignment where we had to ask our loved ones what they thought our best and worst personality traits were,…

    https://blog.silverorange.com/how-to-receive-feedback-more-better-3fbec119b5d5

    How to receive feedback more better

    A brief and (very) informal presentation on how to get better at receiving and acknowledging feedback.

    https://theringer.com/music/2019/2/20/18232748/eminem-slim-shady-lp-20th-anniversary

    Eminem Has Been America’s Nightmare for 20 Years

    Two decades ago this weekend, rap’s most infamous bogeyman kicked off his reign with ‘The Slim Shady LP,’ his last album before money, fame, and the controversy that’s followed him since

    https://theringer.com/movies/2019/2/19/18228673/office-space-oral-history

    Follow the Path of Least Resistance: An Oral History of ‘Office Space’

    Twenty years ago, an upstart animator named Mike Judge forever changed how we think about office culture, adulthood, red staplers, and Michael Bolton