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The Big Book

The "other AI" that matters

by Pauline Brown Dec 10, 2019
Would we have more fun shopping if businesses paid more attention to aesthetics?
A view of the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park.
Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
The Big Book

How synthetic fabrics became mainstream

by Andie Corban Nov 29, 2019
A series of very successful marketing campaigns led to our closets being dominated by fabrics like polyester and Lycra.
A dress fitting circa 1930, when synthetic fabrics were new to the market.
Hulton Archive/Getty Images
The Big Book

How grassroots activists fought Big Tobacco

by Rose Conlon and David Brancaccio Nov 25, 2019
Regulation of the tobacco industry didn't happen overnight.
y John Sadovy/Getty Images
The Big Book

Misleading charts are everywhere. Here's how to spot them.

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Nov 19, 2019
Even graphics published by major news outlets don't always contain the whole truth, says Alberto Cairo, author of "How Charts Lie."
In the aftermath of the 2016 election, Democrats and Republicans shared differing maps that highlighted their respective strengths, wrote Alberto Cairo. Above, people gather in Times Square on Nov. 8, 2016, Election Day.
Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images
The Big Book

Who benefited from America's housing bust?

by Amy Scott and Maria Hollenhorst Nov 15, 2019
Millions of Americans lost their homes during the foreclosure crisis. Investigative reporter Aaron Glantz wanted to know who got them.
A foreclosed townhouse in Centreville, Virginia, in 2009.
Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images
The Big Book

Is there any data that says secondhand car seats aren't safe?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Nov 14, 2019
Manufacturers and retailers suggest car seats expire every six years or so. But what if that's not true?
Ricardo Arduengo/AFP via Getty Images
The Big Book

The "Joy of Cooking," reintroduced

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Nov 11, 2019
The great-grandson of the woman who wrote the beloved cookbook "The Joy of Cooking" has updated the classic for a new generation.
Courtesy of the publisher

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The Big Book

Can AI learn to flirt?

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Nov 7, 2019
AI may be everywhere, but it still has a hard time with the human stuff.
In her new book, "You Look Like a Thing and I Love You," Janelle Shane explores what AI can and cannot do.
Photo by Jess Jornacki, courtesy of Hatchette Book Group, Inc.
The Big Book

"The next Steve Jobs might just be named Stephanie."

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Nov 4, 2019
A new book outlines the experience of 31 female founders and CEOs in business today.
Illustrated by Bijou Karman/Girls Who Run the World
The Big Book

The art of the airline map

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Oct 29, 2019
Original airline maps made flying all the more glamorous.