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Google knows what we really care about

Google knows what we really care about

What was on your mind the most this past year? Even if you didn’t communicate it to the people in your life, you likely did to Google. The search engine knows what we really care about, from geopolitics to celebrity deaths to Pokémon. Every day, Google churns though...

It’s not your imagination – gaslighting is the word of the year

It’s not your imagination – gaslighting is the word of the year

What does the name of an early 19th century form of illumination have to do with Merriam-Webster dictionary’s Word of the Year for 2022? The two words – gas light and gaslighting – remind us that what a term connotes can change radically over time. Words have no...

Was the Book Better Than the Movie?

Was the Book Better Than the Movie?

Thomas Savage, Frank Herbert, William Lindsay Gresham and Haruki Murakami. What do these novelists have in common? They wrote the books upon which four of this year’s Academy Award nominees for Best Picture are based. The source material goes back many decades for The...

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