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Women's History Month Has A Whiteness Problem
This Women’s History Month, consider blowing the roof off the castle of white supremacy and getting to work on setting ALL of us women — Black, Indigenous, brown, and yes, you, white women — free.
BuzzFeed on Cooking
35 Game Changing Food, Cooking, And Eating Charts
Reading this is like taking a cooking course in a five minutes.
BuzzFeed on Fake News
He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He's Worried About An Information Apocalypse.
By predicting the fake news scandals surrounding the 2016 US presidential election campaign, tech engineer Aviv Ovadya has become an early Cassandra of Silicon Valley. Yet today, Ovadya believes that your children will look at the post-2016 election fallout with nostalgia. He warns that AI-enhanced technology is steering the world toward a disinformation apocalypse. To learn more about Ovadya’s background and thinking, getAbstract recommends you read Charlie Warzel’s recent post on BuzzFeed News.
BuzzFeed on Food
27 Best Cooking Tips From Celebrity Chefs
If it's good enough for Gordon Ramsay, it's good enough for me.
33 Cooking Tips That I Heard And Loved Recently
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BuzzFeed on Peter Thiel
Peter Thiel Is Exploring The Creation Of A Conservative Cable News Network
Sources say the billionaire has engaged the wealthy Mercer family about the endeavor. According to a new book, Thiel also explored plans to create a Fox News competitor with the late Roger Ailes.
BuzzFeed on Silicon Valley
The Real Danger To Civilization Isn’t AI. It’s Runaway Capitalism
We asked a group of writers to consider the forces that have shaped our lives in 2017. Here, science fiction writer Ted Chiang looks at capitalism, Silicon Valley, and their fear of superintelligent A
There's Blood In The Water In Silicon Valley
The bad new politics of big tech.
BuzzFeed on Spirituality
21 Quotes From Ram Dass For Anyone Who Needs A Spiritual Pick-Me-Up
Out this weekend in select cities is Becoming Nobody, a new film about the life and teachings of Ram Dass presented by the Google Empathy Lab. The film takes a look at Dass's time on planet earth from…
BuzzFeed on Taylor Swift
How Taylor Swift Played The Victim And Made Her Entire Career
Taylor Swift's embrace of victimhood doesn't begin and end with Kanye West – it can be traced back to the start of her decade-long career in both her music and her manipulation of the media. But un...
BuzzFeed on Wework
WeWork Used These Documents To Convince Investors It's Worth Billions
What the $10 billion co-working company’s internal financial documents tell us about how a decacorn is built.
BuzzFeed on World
Facebook Couldn't Handle News. Maybe It Never Wanted To.
The world's largest social network wants to go back to an idealized safe space, free of hyperpartisan pages, misinformation, and fake news. Can it?
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The Inside Story Of SoundCloud's Collapse
SoundCloud was once a platform beloved by listeners and creators, whose leaders hoped to revolutionize the music industry. Hamstrung by management mistakes and fierce competition, they never did. Here
This Japanese-Style Iced Coffee Method Is My New Obsession
My only regret is that I didn't start doing this sooner.
This Is What A 21st-Century Police State Really Looks Like
Far from the booming metropolis of Beijing, China is building a sprawling system that combines dystopian technology and human policing. “It’s a kind of frontline laboratory for surveillance.”
The Unbelievable Story Of The Plot Against George Soros
How two Jewish American political consultants helped create the world’s largest anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
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