Justice Department Announces Seizure Of Dark Web Marketplace

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Tour Rio De Janeiro's Oldest Slave Port With This New App

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Challenge Accepted: Visual Parody On Instagram

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After collecting and refurbishing IBM's Model F keyboards for years, Joe Strandberg decided he wanted to start manufacturing them. Courtesy of Joe Strandberg hide caption

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This 10-Pound Keyboard From The 1980s Is Making A Comeback

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"I lost the first good novel I ever wrote to a computer disaster. It happened at a crucial time in my life, when I was still figuring out if I could even do this thing — become a writer." Katie Edwards/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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A Novelist Forces Himself To Press On After Losing 100 Pages In A Tech Glitch

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Barbershop: Internet Trolling

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Baddiewinkle's Instagram bio reads, "Stealing your man since 1928." Ryan Hall/Courtesy of HarperCollins hide caption

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Instagrandma Baddiewinkle Says She's 'Always Been A Rebel'

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Snapchat users can upload photos and videos onto the new Snap Map. When a topic is trending, it'll pop up on a heat map. The image above is a composite of Snapchat screen grabs. Shelby Knowles/NPR hide caption

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A prototype Moby Mart is being tested in Shanghai. Per Cromwell, the project's lead designer, says four to six additional mobile supermarkets are planned in the coming year. Moby Mart hide caption

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Elise Tries purikura, the original Snapchat. Illustration by CJ Riculan/NPR hide caption

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Video: Japan's 'Purikura' Photo Booths Offer Snapchat-Like Filters

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Storm Lake Times Editor Art Cullen stands outside his newspaper he started with his brother in 1990. The newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize this year for its editorial writing Clay Masters/IPR hide caption

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How Small Town Papers Have Kept Community Trust

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A store manager shows off a Japanese pressing of The Beatles' Let It Be at the RECOfan music shop in Tokyo's Shibuya district. Demand for vinyl records is leading Sony to restart making vinyl records. Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cyber Attacks Spread Across Europe Using Stolen NSA Tool

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Google has announced it will no longer scan users' emails to target ads. Above, the company's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., in 2015. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Eighth graders Cristian Munoz (left) and Clifton Steward work on their Chromebooks during a language arts class at French Middle School in Topeka, Kan. Both students were eligible to bring the devices home this summer. Scott Ritter/Courtesy of French Middle School hide caption

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"What can't be faked is the scenes of unbridled joy at the reunion with the parents and their daughters." - Stephanie Busari TED/TED hide caption

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Stephanie Busari: What Happens When Real News Is Dismissed As Fake?

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