Anna Marie Piersimoni

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Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change

We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts.

Carbon Dioxide

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San Diego Comic-Con 2018: all the trailers, updates, and pictures from fandom’s biggest event

Films, TV, activations, and more<p>Contributors:<p>Image credit: Photo by Andrew Liptak / The Verge<p>Share Tweet<p><b>Share</b> San Diego Comic-Con 2018: all the trailers, updates, and pictures from fandom’s biggest event<p>share tweet Linkedin Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email<p>San Diego Comic-Con International 2018 is upon …

Election Now

To view ‘Election Now,’ visit wapo.st/now on your iPhone or iPad<p>The 2018 midterm election is the rare election in which both chambers of Congress appear to be in play, and the practical impact could be huge. But midterms are also inherently difficult to follow, with more than 30 Senate races and …

Republicans

For One Last Night, Make It a Blockbuster Night

He was the manager at Blockbuster and looked forward to coming to work. He loved his job, in all of its obsolescence. The silver name tag fastened to …

Blockbusters

iOS 12: ARKit 2 extends Apple's lead in mobile augmented reality

Apple is serious about augmented reality. Tim Cook has been clear about how important it is, saying it will “change the way we use technology …

Apple CEO Tim Cook denies access to Facebook user data

Apple has no agreement in place for access to Facebook users' data, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Monday.<p>"We've never been in the data business," Cook told NPR, responding to a New York Times report Sunday that Facebook had agreements to provide access to large amounts of user data to at least 60 …

Opioids often aren't a great way to treat chronic pain. So … what is?

A pain patient weaning herself off opioids, a pain patient who can't imagine his life without them, and the future of pain treatment.<p>In the past decade or so, we’ve realized that opioids are not a good solution for most chronic pain patients. They can be highly addictive drugs, and over time, …

Gorillaz: Humanz review – a party album for a world gone mad

Covering everything from mental health to military interventions, Damon Albarn and his celebrity friends deliver an inspired party album for a world gone mad<p>It is easy to forget that, on arrival in 2000, Gorillaz looked suspiciously like a self-indulgent novelty turn, the kind of project record …

Compose Yourself! Add Your Voice to Your Flipboard Magazines

Ever wanted to give your Flipboard Magazine more of a personal touch? Now you can add your voice to your magazines just by tapping on the bottom-right “compose” icon on any of your magazine covers.<p>This new feature opens up a world of possibility. You can add text, images or links from the Web. You …

If I Only Had a Brain: How AI ‘Thinks’

AI can beat humans in chess, Go, poker and Jeopardy. But what about emotional intelligence or street smarts?<p>Artificial intelligence has gotten pretty …

We’re in a Virtual Reality Bubble

<i>The staff of Fortune is assembling its predictions for 2017 in our annual feature, the Fortune Crystal Ball, now on newsstands in the December 1</i> …

The Leader of the Free World Is an Introvert. Here's How Obama Leads

As he wraps up his tenure, President Barack Obama shares that he is most productive in solitude. Here is how he leads while respecting his introversion.<p>Thanks in part to Susan Cain's groundbreaking book <i>Quiet</i>, there is plenty of discussion showing that the introverts among us can lead as well as the …

Chronic Pain (FSU course assignment) 2 27 16

Elliot Krane: The mystery of chronic pain