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Narro Reading of Columbus could be the next startup city

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Ever since I wrote about the Midwest last year I’ve been keeping my eyes on Columbus. I decided to hold a small pitch-off to meet some of the startups I saw..

Narro Reading of Against objectivity

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Editor’s note: Tom Warhover is an associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism. From 2001 to 2017, Warhover was also executive editor of the Columbia Missourian, a community newsp…

Narro Reading of The Problems I Want AI To Fix

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Looking through my RSS feeds, the media releases I receive in my email, and the headlines in the tech press and on social media, there’s one thing that…

Narro Reading of These Companies Are Helping Put Chicago on the Cutting Edge of Emerging Tech

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Their work includes innovating in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, Internet of Things and voice recognition.

Narro Reading of The secret rules of the internet

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Julie Mora-Blanco remembers the day, in the summer of 2006, when the reality of her new job sunk in. A recent grad of California State University, Chico, Mora-Blanco had majored in art, minored in…

Narro Reading of Can Elon Musk Get SolarCity’s Gigafactory Back On Track?

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The 1.2 million-square-foot facility in Buffalo, NY, is set to be the biggest solar-panel factory in the western hemisphere. Now it just needs to open.

Narro Reading of The meteoric rise of Chinese consumerism will reshape the world, and maybe even destroy it

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When China was still largely rural, poor, and socialist, politicians exhorted the country’s people to patriotic activities such as increasing grain output for their economy’s sake. Now, to sustain China’s economic boom, the country needs good citizens to go shopping. And the people have obliged. Between 2000 and 2010, consumption in China multiplied from about $650 billion…