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Why are your friends more popular than you?

The Economist explains: Why are your friends more popular than you? | The Economist

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What is skeuomorphism?

Jony Ive reportedly brought in Apple's marketing team to design iOS 7 icons - http://vr-zone.com/articles/jony-ive-reportedly-brought-in-apples-marketing-team-to-design-ios-7-icons/37420.html

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Why are Muslims finding it harder to complete the haj?

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What’s the time in Antarctica?

The Economist explains: What’s the time in Antarctica? | The Economist

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How does China censor the internet?

The Economist explains: How does China censor the internet? | The Economist

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Why have containers boosted trade so much?

AT FIRST glance they may just appear to be humble metal boxes. But containers—uniform boxes that can be easily moved between lorry, train and ship—have...

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How do unit blocks help children learn?

The Economist explains: How do unit blocks help children learn? | The Economist

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How does antimatter differ from matter?

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Why is crime falling?

The problem with trying to find crime fighters named Ken is that they, by their very nature, tend to be extremely protective of their true identity. However, as is the case with every great crime fighter, the super villain always unmasks them in the end.