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Imagine reading a study from a prestigious science journal and finding out that the scientists performed and wrote the study as a joke. Sure, all of the data is true, but they littered the abstract and conclusion sections with irony. Other years you might have found it funny. But what if the joke was so arcane that only the scientist got it? And what if just minutes before you'd seen another fake news article denying climate change?

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Hugo Gernsback had such a huge impact on the history of science fiction that one of the field's most prestigious awards is named after him. But after he founded Amazing Stories in the 1920s, the pioneering editor had a long slide into obscurity.

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Elizabeth Bear is one of those authors who seems like an incredible writing machine. She's put out a huge number of books in the past 10 years, winning a ton of acclaim along the way. But in a brave post on Charles Stross' blog, she talks about the cost of being that prolific.

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A decade ago, cutting-edge writers/publishers were crafting books that were physically works of art, in response to the rise of ebooks. Now, those same people are making apps. Miranda July, creator of the instant-messaging app Somebody, talks to Russell Quinn, co-creator (with Eli Horowitz) of The Pickle Index and The Silent History, about making apps that are deliberately difficult to use.