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CAN I ASK YOU A RIDICULOUSLY PERSONAL QUESTION? (EP. 451)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 11, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Forecasting companies have access to huge amounts of historical data—runway photography, fashion magazine archives, and their own research—on top of all the information constantly flowing out of potential consumers on social media.
TECH-SAVVY FASHION FORECASTERS ALREADY KNOW WHAT YOU’LL BE WEARING IN TWO YEARSRACHAEL ZISKFEBRUARY 10, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
The business world has spent decades searching for the right piece of software that would allow workers to communicate with each other quickly, pleasantly, and without getting distracted or losing key pieces of information in labyrinthine archives.
THE KEY TO FIXING WORK IS CULTURE, NOT DIGITAL TOOLSNICOLÁS RIVEROFEBRUARY 7, 2021QUARTZ
Although screenshots of authentic tweets that have since been deleted do occasionally go viral, they are very often saved to an authoritative Internet archive, such as the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.
DEBUNKING ANTI-VAXXER RFK JR.’S CLAIM ABOUT ‘SUSPICIOUS’ CORONAVIRUS VACCINE DEATHS, A PHONY ELON MUSK TWEET AND MORE NEWS LITERACY LESSONSVALERIE STRAUSSFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He was a total pro, and his insightful columns of film criticism elevated our arts coverage and will live forever in our archive.
FINANCIAL MANAGER, BLADE FILM CRITIC BRIAN CARNEY DIES AT 58LOU CHIBBARO JR.FEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
You can find it in our archive — which, I’m happy to say, is now available, in its entirety, on any podcast app, for free.
HOW TO BE BETTER AT DEATH (EP. 450)MARIA KONNIKOVAFEBRUARY 4, 2021FREAKONOMICS
In the Fortune archives, former writer Leena Rao profiled Jassy back in 2015 to explain how a marketing exec and Mets fan came to lead Amazon’s web services unit.
JEFF BEZOS DROPS CEO ROLE WITH AMAZON UNDER ATTACKAARON PRESSMANFEBRUARY 3, 2021FORTUNE
The 1923 photograph was a bittersweet glimpse into the archives, a reminder of a time when one of the city’s iconic buildings wasn’t bristling with police, but was a place to make laws and even go sledding.
THE DANGER OF RIGHT-WING MOBS IS REAL. FENCING AT THE U.S. CAPITOL WON’T HELP.PHILIP KENNICOTTFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The important thing here is that the entire archive of Freakonomics Radio is now available to you, and anyone, free, on any podcast app.
THE DOWNSIDE OF DISGUST (EP. 448)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJANUARY 21, 2021FREAKONOMICS
The new dishes are what tend to capture the most attention, but there are certain entries in the archives that keep trucking along, gathering a reliable stream of readers years after they were first published.
FIND OUT WHY ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S BOEUF BOURGUIGNON IS ONE OF OUR MOST POPULAR RECIPES EVERBECKY KRYSTALJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST

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