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Friday, November 27, 2015
The First Thing Ever Bought On The Internet
The Birth And Death Of Privacy, How Your Embryo Knew What To Do, Time For A Black Friday Sale You Actually Want, Was Pizza The First Thing Ever Purchased On The Internet?, Why Are We Suspicious Of Kindness?, What's New On Netflix In December
The Daily Digg
November 27, 2015
The Birth And Death Of Privacy
The lesson from 3,000 years of history is that privacy has almost always been a back-burner priority. Humans invariably choose money, prestige or convenience when it has conflicted with a desire for solitude.
How Your Embryo Knew What To Do
The forgotten story of the woman who discovered how animals get their shape.
WATCHES WE DIGG
Time For A Black Friday Sale You Actually Want
You want to get yourself something nice on Black Friday, but don't want to wait outside a Best Buy at 4 am. Good news: MVMT's got you covered.
OR WAS IT WEED?
Was Pizza The First Thing Ever Purchased On The Internet?
Depending on how you define "the Internet" and "ecommerce," the first thing ever bought is either a Sting CD, pizza, weed, or groceries.
CRUEL TO BE KIND
Why Are We Suspicious Of Kindness?
Generous people are happier and healthier, yet acts of kindness are often met with suspicion and scorn. Why?
HELLO 'BLACK MIRROR' HOLIDAY SPECIAL
What's New On Netflix In December
November gave Netflix users Jessica Jones and Master of None. December will give subscribers Adam Sandler's controversial film The Ridiculous 6, but don't worry, there are still some interesting titles to stream over the holidays.
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DEEP IN THE NET
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, of France, watches a basket by the Los Angeles Clippers during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015, in Los Angeles. The Jazz won 102-91.
Credit: AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill
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