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NYT Magazine 11h
An iconic photo of a wounded Marine from the Vietnam War. Two versions of its history. The truth behind the photograph was nearly lost — until now:
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NYT Magazine 12h
“Women back then would basically go, ‘Well, if I don’t do programming, what else will I do?’ ” Computer programming once had much better gender balance than it does today. What went wrong?
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NYT Magazine 13h
Letter of recommendation: Dollhouses.
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NYT Magazine 14h
Behind this photograph are two versions of events around the wounded Marine lying unconscious on the tank. In one scenario, the Marine survived. In another, he died:
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NYT Magazine 15h
Mark Bowden, author of “Hue 1968”, and John Olson, the photographer who made the image, wanted to recognize the once-unidentified wounded Marine seen in the photo. But they got his story wrong:
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NYT Magazine 15h
“I have no family at all, so it’s good to have, like, sons but without the unpleasant problems sons can create” — Karl Lagerfeld From 2015: “The Jet Set Life of Karl Lagerfeld’s Favorite Male Model — for Now”
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NYT Magazine 16h
"My family splits into two camps: people who have money and people who don’t. The question is how to deal with the desperate requests for money."
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NYT Magazine 17h
A bestselling book, a major museum exhibition and the media all recognized the wounded Marine lying on the tank. But they all got his story wrong:
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NYT Magazine 17h
Letter of recommendation: Dollhouses.
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NYT Magazine 18h
"My family splits into two camps: people who have money and people who don’t. The question is how to deal with the desperate requests for money."
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NYT Magazine 18h
An iconic photo of a wounded Marine from the Vietnam War. Two versions of its history. The truth behind the photograph was nearly lost — until now:
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NYT Magazine 19h
“I have no family at all, so it’s good to have, like, sons but without the unpleasant problems sons can create” — Karl Lagerfeld From 2015: “The Jet Set Life of Karl Lagerfeld’s Favorite Male Model — for Now”
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NYT Magazine 19h
In the ’50s and ’60s as companies began relying on software to process payrolls and crunch data, men had no special advantage in being hired. Coding once had much better gender balance than it does today. What went wrong?
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NYT At War 20h
In 30 or so unpublished images, Don McCullin followed the unconscious Marine from the moments just after he was shot until he was lifted onto the tank. This sequence convinced one journalist that the prevailing narrative was wrong.
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NYT Magazine 20h
Letter of recommendation: Dollhouses.
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NYT Magazine 20h
An iconic photo of a wounded Marine from the Vietnam War. Two versions of its history. The truth behind the photograph was nearly lost — until now:
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NYT Magazine 21h
Letter of recommendation: Dollhouses.
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NYT Magazine 22h
Behind this photograph are two versions of events around the wounded Marine lying unconscious on the tank. In one scenario, the Marine survived. In another, he died:
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NYT Magazine 22h
“I have no family at all, so it’s good to have, like, sons but without the unpleasant problems sons can create” — Karl Lagerfeld From 2015: “The Jet Set Life of Karl Lagerfeld’s Favorite Male Model — for Now”
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NYT Magazine 22h
"My family splits into two camps: people who have money and people who don’t. The question is how to deal with the desperate requests for money."
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