Reads: Air Conditioning, Unix at 50 & More

A wrap on some of the interesting reads from across the web...
  1. Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system - Fast Company
  2. How a High-School Dropout Hacked a Million Devices - The Daily Beast
  3. How Reddit's Male Fashion Advice Became One of the Nicest Places on the Internet - Esquire
  4. The Ambitious Plan Behind Facebook's Cryptocurrency, Libra - Wired
  5. Mothering Without Limits - Topic Magazine
  6. Privacy Fundamentalism - Stratechery
  7. From Mind Control to Murder? How a Deadly Fall Revealed the CIA's Darkest Secrets - The Guardian
  8. The Air Conditioning Trap: How Cold Air Is Heating the World - The Guardian
  9. The Cult of Columbine: How an Obsession With School Shooters Led to a Murder Plot - The Guardian
  10. Why It's Time to Stop Worrying About the Decline of the English Language - The Guardian
  11. The Race to Create a Perfect Lie Detector – and the Dangers of Succeeding - The Guardian
  12. The Machine Always Wins: What Drives Our Addiction to Social Media - The Guardian
  13. The Stone - The New Yorker
  14. A Town for People with Chronic-Fatigue Syndrome - The New Yorker
  15. The Secret Power of Menopause - The Atlantic
  16. The Two Most Mysterious Words in Modern Shopping - The Atlantic
  17. Can Facebook Fix the Dating World Tinder Created? - The Atlantic
  18. Unix at 50: How the OS That Powered Smartphones Started From Failure - Ars Technica
  19. "I'm a Terrible Person": Behind the Epic Meltdown That Ended Travis Kalanick - Vanity Fair
  20. Why the CIA doesn't spy on the UAE - Reuters
  21. The Cost of Next-Day Delivery - Buzzfeed
  22. Almost Everything About Goodreads Is Broken - OneZero
  23. The Hustlers at Scores - The Cut