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The Last Interview series features conversations with Ernest Hemingway, Nora Ephron and Philip K. Dick. Melville House hide caption

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Revisiting The 'Last Interview' Of Ernest Hemingway, Philip K. Dick And Nora Ephron

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Linguist Geoff Nunberg notes that while workers in today's "gig economy" may have more freedom than they had in years past, they also have less security. Hong Li/Getty Images hide caption

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Goodbye Jobs, Hello 'Gigs': How One Word Sums Up A New Economic Reality

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Space Oddity David Bowie/Chris Hadfield
Let's Dance [Single Version] David Bowie
Under Pressure David Bowie & Queen
Lazarus David Bowie
Hey, Big Brother Rare Earth
Electric Feel MGMT
Tenderly Duke Ellington
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