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How to Make Pumpkin Pie

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The ultimate autumn dessert At a recent photo shoot, a few of us were standing around lamenting that we don’t have a go-to pumpkin pie. Or that our go-to is so involved that it’s more akin to an awkwardly choreographed square dance, and stresses us out and furrows our faces …

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Don’t See Steve Jobs Without Reading This First

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Here’s a helpful guide to the film’s most important characters Steve Jobs, the new Aaron Sorkin-written, Danny Boyle-directed film about the late Apple co-founder, is out Friday, Oct. 9. The film is split into three acts, each centered around a different product release helmed by Jobs—the Macintosh in 1994, the …

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Russian Missiles Targeted at Syria Crashed in Iran

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Tessa Berenson @tcberenson 3:02 PM ET TASS/ITAR—Corbis Pictured in this video screen grab is the Caspian Flotilla of the Russian Navy firing Kalibr cruise missiles against remote Islamic State targets in Syria, a thousand kilometres away, Oct. 7, 2015. This was the first time the cruise missiles had been fired …

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103 Must-Follow Feeds in Science, Culture, Design, and More

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e greatest and worst thing about the Internet is how much amazing stuff it has to offer. Websites, tweets, Instagrams, podcasts, newsletters—it’s a tsunami of awesome, threatening to drown you in mind-expanding revelations. Venture into this informational vortex with caution. Seek guidance—ours. What follows is the most comprehensive collection of …

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The Future of Online Video Is Awesomely Boring

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Click to Open Overlay Gallery Zohar Lazar When the streaming apps Periscope and Meerkat went live earlier this year, a strange trend emerged. People started broadcasting the contents of their fridges.Yes, their fridges. They’d stand in their kitchen and tour through their milk and odd leftovers. And when they weren’t …

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