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With its gnarled trees and misty ambience, Wistman's Wood—an ancient forest near Devon, England—has captured the imaginations of visitors for thousands of years, inspiring legends about druids and supernatural hellhounds.
📸: Neil Burnell
It can curl, it can smooth, it can dry. But it comes with Dyson's signature price tag.
Dyson's Airwrap Is a Salon-Worthy Hair Transmogrifier
If you want to keep your online accounts safe, adding two-factor authentication (2FA) is the single most important step you can take.
How Two-Factor Authentication Keeps Your Accounts Safe
Hotel Michelangelo was a four-star hotel with 17 floors and close proximity to tourist attractions. Now it's a Covid quarantine facility.
Inside the Milan Hotel That Housed Covid-19 Patients
"I idolized Sheryl Sandberg the woman... But from the first minute I saw her in person in 2013 I was very, very concerned about Facebook."
I Knew Facebook Was Doomed After a Dinner with Sheryl Sandberg
It’s not easy to figure out when a disease will stop spreading through a population.
The Tricky Math of Herd Immunity for Covid-19
Most of us think in terms of three dimensions in our day-to-day lives. But physicists deal with several additional dimensions—ten or more if you’re a string theorist. So what exactly is a dimension?
What Is a Dimension? The Answer Will Bend Your Mind
Fewer than 1% of venture-backed companies are led by Black people, so these three Black founders found success by tapping alternative funding sources to nurture their ideas.
These Black Founders Succeeded In Spite of Silicon Valley
"People see maps of any type, and particularly election maps, as the result, the outcome, but there are so many different types of maps available that can portray results in shades of the truth."
Different US Election Maps Tell Different Versions of the Truth
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If you've complained about having a bad memory (so, everyone):…
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There's a persistent belief that if we find evidence of life on Mars, it will be like a slap in the face.

But in reality it will probably be pretty ambiguous and scientists will spend years arguing about it in journals.…
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If you missed my million mile battery story earlier this week, now you can read it on ⁦@WIRED⁩. I can almost guarantee you’ll learn something new!…
Think your pet should go vegan? Vegan-pet parents aren’t just concerned about feeding their animals gluten-free organic. Producing food for meat-eating pets accounts for 25-30% of the environmental impacts associated with meat production.
Is It OK to Make Your Dog Vegan?
Facebook makes it fairly simple to download everything it knows about you, but deciphering that data is a whole different story. We're here to help.
How to Download Your Facebook Data and What to Look for in It
Fish: We're safe from birds down here, right?
Kingfisher: lol
North Korean hackers have broken into financial institutions all over the world. But they didn't have to break through reinforced concrete or tunnel under vaults to get at the money, they simply duped the bank’s computers into giving it away.
How North Korean Hackers Rob Banks Around the World
Humans saw the Earth from space for the first time in 1946 from a V-2 rocket. Since then, images have emerged that show our pale blue dot from as far away as the outer edges of the solar system. At such distances, life actually looks peaceful here:
Since Camden, New Jersey disbanded its police force in 2012, violent crime has decreased 42%.

At a glance, the move looks like a success. The reality isn't that simple
What Disbanding the Police Really Meant in Camden, New Jersey
Don't just guess. Here's how to choose the Roku box that's right for you.
How to Pick the Right Roku for Your TV
Fueled by a dose of psychedelic mushrooms and a bottomless reservoir of anger, Fredrick Brennan built 8chan in October 2013.

Since then he's had to reckon with the consequences of his creation.
The Weird, Dark History of 8Chan
The more unused, unloved accounts you've got hanging around, the more targets would-be hackers have got to aim at. Figure out what brings you joy and erase your tracks on the rest.
How To Clear Out Your Zombie Apps and Online Accounts
Admit it. You're hunched over your desk and phone for 40 hours a week. It's affecting your back health. We rounded up the gear to help you straighten up—including a DIY trick.
The Best Posture Correctors to Put a Stop to Your Slouch
Ron Klain served the Obama administration as the White House Ebola response coordinator. Here's what he would do about Covid-19:
Obamas Ebola Czar on What Strong Federal Response Looks Like
Spanish freediver Aleix Segura can hold his breath for 24 minutes and 3 seconds.

Here's how you can, too
We all could use a little boost these days. Give one someone who is working from home a gift to help them out:
15 Gift Ideas for Anyone Who Works From Home
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Linkin Park hasn't been cool for years. But in China, the band's t-shirts are everywhere. @n_mateer turned to a stan message board, Beijing vendors, and, yes, the band itself in the hopes of figuring out why.…
Sometimes, photos of Earth can look so beautiful you don't even believe they are from this planet. Count these pics of the Svalbard Satellite Station among that group. It sits just 745 miles from the North Pole:
📸 : Reuben Wu | @Reuben_Wu
Looking for a pair of sturdy, sweatproof, wireless buds to help you rock your inner jock? We have you covered.
The Best Wirefree Earbuds We've Tested
Two hundred thousand miles is considered a good, long run for a car built today, regardless of whether it’s powered by a lithium battery or an internal combustion engine. But EVs may soon surge ahead—not by mere thousands of miles, but by 800,000.
Your homegrown tomatoes won't help you forget how terrible everything is right now. Here's what you need to make booze at home. Bonus: you can probably make something drinkable on your first try. It mostly requires the ability to read instructions.
AI produces dazzling achievements, giving us clever game-playing programs, attentive personal assistants, and cars that navigate busy roads for themselves. But such advances have hinged on throwing ever-more computing resources at the problems.
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Subscribe to WIRED.
Beat the heat wave and quarantine blues. We found discounts all over the web to help you switch things up in your kitchen, your closet, your hiking bag, and more.
Researchers followed 37 people who had tested positive for the virus but were asymptomatic and tested their blood regularly. They found those antibodies didn’t always last for long: In some cases, after two to three months, they were barely detectable
Covid-19 Immunity May Rely on a Microscopic Helper: T Cells
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An urgent question for our times: what's the best way to use Slack without driving your coworkers crazy? @WhitsonGordon…
How to Use Slack Without Driving Your Coworkers Crazy
A “heat dome” of high pressure could blast 80 percent of the continental US with temperatures over 90 degrees for the next few weeks
How a Heat Dome Formsand Why This One Is So Perilous
It's no secret that hacker forums on the dark web are teeming with stolen credentials. A recent audit from security firm Digital Shadows found 15 billion login pairs—user names and passwords—stemming from 100,000 breaches.
The connection between black holes and thermodynamics may be less ironclad than assumed.
Are We All Wrong About Black Holes?
There are all kinds of space myths out there, and astronaut Chris Hadfield is here to debunk them
After canceling its springtime exams due to Covid-19, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme used a formula to predict what it thinks students would have scored.

It's gone as well as you would expect
Meet the Secret Algorithm That's Keeping Students Out of College
“Growing up in the 'Smash' scene, I’ve always said that it’s a wonderful place. It doesn’t matter who you are, what gender you are, how old you are. It just matters what character you play and what value you bring ... Looking back, it’s just not true.”
On Friday, Amazon sent an email to employees banning them from using TikTok. Then the company said that was an error
Amazon Says It Didnt Mean to Ban Employees From Using TikTok
The Mexican government has spent more than $100 billion to provide affordable housing for its citizens. This is the result: Sprawling geometrically uniform housing developments, many of which lack running water or sewer systems:
📸: Jorge Taboada
Yes, you really can help plant trees throughout the global south just because you somehow got into an argument about whether Billy Joel has a Christmas album.
Want to Plant More Trees? Just Use a Different Search Engine
It's okay of you're not sure what 5G is. Here's a primer to help you understand it:
The WIRED Guide to 5G
When it launched, Fortnite was a joke. Now it's possibly the biggest, most profitable game on the planet.
The Decade's 10 Most Influential Videogames
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