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On the newly redesigned newyorker.com, our entire archive—dating back to 2007—will be available, for free, through the fall. Take a look. We hope you enjoy it.
Read more about the changes, in a note from our editors: http://nyr.kr/1rDjmZ0
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    newyorker:

    On the newly redesigned newyorker.com, our entire archive—dating back to 2007—will be available, for free, through the fall. Take a look. We hope you enjoy it.

    Read more about the changes, in a note from our editors: http://nyr.kr/1rDjmZ0

    Illustration by Barry Blitt.

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  10. guardian:

Flooding from summer storms that brought parts of Britain to a halt over the weekend is gradually subsiding and forecasters say much of the country will enjoy dry weather on Monday and over the coming week. 
• Lightning strikes the UK - in pictures
Lightning illuminates Brighton pier, East Sussex. Photo: Max Langran/Apex

    guardian:

    Flooding from summer storms that brought parts of Britain to a halt over the weekend is gradually subsiding and forecasters say much of the country will enjoy dry weather on Monday and over the coming week. 

    • Lightning strikes the UK - in pictures

    Lightning illuminates Brighton pier, East Sussex. Photo: Max Langran/Apex

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  12. Our ignorance of mathematics is our weakness. It opens us up to manipulation by the powers that be.
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