– Fascinante: “Meet the seven people who hold the keys to worldwide internet security“. It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: seven keys, held by individuals from all over the world, that together control security at the core of the web. The reality is rather closer to The Office than The Matrix.

– “The Indian sanitary pad revolutionary”. A school dropout from a poor family in southern India has revolutionised menstrual health for rural women in developing countries by inventing a simple machine they can use to make cheap sanitary pads.. Una versión en castellano (o algo así) del artículo, aquí.

– Joe Friesen: “The Ballad of Daniel Wolfe” On a Canadian gang and the fall of its leader“.

– Mac McClelland desde Kilis, en Turquía, cerca de la frontera siria: “How to Build a Perfect Refugee Camp“.

– Un enorme reprotaje de James B Stewart en The New Yorker: “The Collapse“. How a top legal firm destroyed itself

– Sscott Barry Kaufman sobre autistas prodigio: “Where do Savant Skills Come From?“.

– Una larguísima de Ron Suskind: “Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney“.

– “Naked, Covered in Ram’s Blood, Drinking a Coke, and Feeling Pretty Good“. One man’s journey to Senegal to investigate a tribal cure for depression.

– Tommy Tomlinson: “Precious Memories“. Dementia has taken its toll on former North Carolina coach Dean Smith, but family and devoted friends stand by the beloved coach.

– “How I faced up to epilepsy: Helen Stephens’ photo diary“.

– “The ethics of genetically enhanced monkey-slaves“, una charla con Julian Savulescu.

– Carmen Pérez-Lanzac: “La vida a través de una cámara“.

Buen domingo a todos

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