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Maybe the Jewish New Year really has ushered in the positive change it’s supposed to represent. Over the past few days, Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, and foreign minister, Mohammah Javad Zarif, took to Twitter to wish the world a happy Rosh Hashanah.

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The crime that Chinese social media just won't forget.

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Long after either Tamarlan or Dzhokhar Tsarnaev last logged in, their abandoned profiles have turned into public sounding boards.

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Facebooking Through Tragedy

When disaster struck nearby, I logged off Twitter for a different kind of news

When disaster struck nearby, I logged off Twitter for a different kind of news.

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Future Perfect author Steven Johnson takes Evgeny Morozov to task for his critical book review.

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Groups like Occupy Wall Street embraced the open-source logic of the Internet as an organizing principle. It explains a lot about why movements fail. 

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IN EARLY 2002, the filmmaker Grace Guggenheim--the daughter of the late Charles Guggenheim, one of America's greatest documentarians, and the sister of the filmmaker Davis Guggenheim, who made An Inconvenient Truth-decided to do something that might strike most of us as common sense. Her father had directed or produced more than a hundred documentaries. Some of these were quite famous (Nine from Little Rock). Some were well-known even if not known to be by him (Monument to a Dream, the film that plays at the St. Louis arch).

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Can American culture survive Google?

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