A List of Some of the Most Interesting Reads on the Web

As a student journalist, nothing inspires me more than great writing. So, like the title says, here's a list of some of the most interesting reads I encountered on the Web over the last few months. Happy reading!
  1. The Curse of the Bahia Emerald, a Giant Green Rock That Ruins Lives - Wired
  2. Art of the Steal: On the Trail of World's Most Ingenious Thief - Wired
  3. Why the Future Doesn't Need Us - Wired
  4. Cracking the Biggest Art Heist in History - Bloomberg
  5. The Spy Who Added Me on LinkedIn - Bloomberg
  6. The $99 Billion Idea - Bloomberg
  7. Code-Dependent: Pros and Cons of the Algorithm Age - Pew Research Center
  8. The Man in the Rockefeller Suit - Vanity Fair
  9. The Epidemic of Gay Loneliness - The Huffington Post
  10. Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart - The New York Times
  11. The Great A.I. Awakening - The New York Times
  12. Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage? - The New York Times
  13. New York Above 800 Feet - The New York Times
  14. Snow Fall - The New York Times
  15. The Last Day of Her Life - The New York Times
  16. Greenland Is Melting Away - The New York Times
  17. Inside The Fight For Mosul - Buzzfeed
  18. Selling Mark Zuckerberg - Buzzfeed
  19. 14 People In Massachusetts Suddenly Lost Their Memories. Could Heroin Be The Culprit? - Buzzfeed
  20. Rise of the machines: who is the ‘internet of things’ good for? - The Guardian
  21. Robot hearts: medicine's new frontier - The Guardian
  22. How one man survived alone in the wilderness for 27 years - The Guardian
  23. Sickening, gruelling or frightful: how doctors measure pain - The Guardian
  24. Vanishing point: the rise of the invisible computer - The Guardian
  25. How statistics lost their power - The Guardian
  26. The Chessboard Killer - GQ
  27. How To Get Away With (the Perfect) Murder - GQ
  28. Into the Storm: The True Story of a Harrowing Ocean Rescue - GQ
  29. The Most Exclusive Restaurant in America - The New Yorker
  30. The List (When Kids Are Accused of Sex Crimes) - The New Yorker
  31. Greenland is Melting - The New Yorker
  32. Letting Go: What Should Medicine Do When It Can’t Save Your Life? - The New Yorker
  33. Crisis in the Hot Zone - The New Yorker
  34. A Silent Childhood - The New Yorker (Part I, Part II)
  35. The Rise and Fall of Toronto's Classiest Con Man - The Walrus
  36. Vanishing (The extinction crisis is far worse than you think) - CNN
  37. What say you, dinosaur? - Aeon
  38. And their eyes glazed over - Aeon
  39. The Strange Inevitability of Evolution - Nautilus
  40. Are You a Self-Interrupter? - Nautilus
  41. The Scientists Who Make Apps Addictive - The Economist 1843
  42. Have a scientific problem? Steal an answer from nature - Ars Technica
  43. How do you build a robot army? - Ars Technica
  44. When the Devil Enters - The Atavist
  45. How Science Is Helping Us Understand Gender - National Geographic
  46. How Science Is Putting a New Face on Crime Solving - National Geographic
  47. The Man in the Woods - The California Sunday Magazine
  48. War Goes Viral - The Atlantic
  49. The World in Its Extreme - The Atlantic
  50. I Went Undercover With a Border Militia. Here's What I Saw. - Mother Jones
  51. What Happened to Eastern Airlines Flight 980? - Outside
  52. The Falling Man - Esquire
  53. The Last Meal - Esquire
  54. The Great American Bubble Machine - Rolling Stone
  55. The Origin of AIDS - Rolling Stone (reproduced here)
  56. A Rape in Cyberspace - Village Voice (reproduced here)

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