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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
Aol Instant Messenger was launched in 1997 and this week it officially died at 20. Its iconic running man symbol, away messages and buddy lists were all first steps, before tweets, emojis, Insta stories and such replaced them to become essential tools that we use daily to communicate and make new friends.Dec.15.2017
‘A Wrinkle in Time’ is probably right about multiple dimensions03:12
From space dream to space junk: The Vanguard 1 satellite completes 60 years in space today02:55
Why YouTube’s algorithm boosted conspiracy theory videos in the wake of the Parkland shooting03:21
Astronaut Scott Kelly's genes show long-term changes after a year in space02:12
Pi in the Sky: How a NASA scientist uses Pi to look for life beyond Earth02:26
How Stephen Hawking transformed the world of science02:07