Reading

HOTY2017
HOTY2017

The Software Developer Bringing Diversity to Your Reading List

Kaya Thomas created WeReadToo to share books by authors of color featuring characters of color.
Becky Ferreira
11.30.17
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downvote

New Study Finds That Most Redditors Don’t Actually Read the Articles They Vote On

And the world makes a little more sense.
Michael Byrne
11.30.17
*Gazes into the distance*
*Gazes into the distance*

The Motherboard Guide to Logging Off

We'll see you on the other side of the long weekend.
Motherboard Staff
9.1.17
did you read it?
did you read it?

How Does an 8,000 Word Story Go Viral?

A recent Atlantic story set a daily traffic record, but most people read it in bits and pieces, while eagerly sharing.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.19.17
Driving Me Mental
Driving Me Mental

The Army Is Testing Brainwave-Reading Technology for Drivers

Is this the future of staying safe on the road?
Jordan Pearson
2.10.17
Why Is This Still a Thing?
Why Is This Still a Thing?

Why Are We Still Teaching Kids Cursive?

It's pretty, but only if you practice all the time...which no one does.
Kaleigh Rogers
6.3.16
short circuit
short circuit

Yup, Amazon's Next Kindle Is the Kindle Oasis

A couple of leaks, as well as WHOIS data, suggest we may be looking at a Kindle Oasis this week.
Nicholas Deleon
4.11.16
Motherboard
Motherboard

If We Don’t Want AI to Be Evil, We Should Teach It to Read

Researchers suggest that AI could learn how not to harm humans by learning how to read fiction.
Emanuel Maiberg
3.14.16
Twitter
Twitter

Twitter Is Dying, Meeting Martin Shkreli, and Other Stories You May Have Missed

Grab a coffee and dig into Motherboard's roundup of headlines from the week past.
Kate Conger
1.31.16
short circuit
short circuit

This E-Reader App Gives You Instant Access to Your Public Library's Collection

Aldiko also offers quick downloads of thousands of books in the public domain.
Rachel Pick
12.9.15
short circuit
short circuit

Oyster’s ‘Netflix for E-Books’ Dream is Dead

It’s not too surprising given that Americans only read five books per year.
Nicholas Deleon
9.22.15
Apple
Apple

Apple Looks to Take Ebook Case to Supreme Court

The company said the case “presents issues of surpassing importance to the United States economy.”
Kari Paul
9.17.15