The Outline World Dispatch brings you stories about Power, Culture, and The Future, every Monday through Thursday. Here's the latest episode.
Yvette d'Entremont shows us that the latest low-carb diet trend is merely a rehash of fad diets past.
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Rosa Lyster went into a "body language experts" k-hole and discovered some good news?
Jeremy Gordon and Wei Tchou explore the many shades of Asian-American culture representation through the releases of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,’ and Mitski’s ‘Be the Cowboy’.
Helena Fitzgerald pokes a hole in the idea that you have to be "ready for love" in order to have a relationship.
Ann-Derrick Gaillot spent the day zipping around Portland using only dockless e-scooters and documented her experience.
Melinda Fakuade explores the appeal of viral mugshots.
Peter Moskowitz reveals the problem with the 'Nanette' comedy special.
Lewis Gordon lets you listen to what the end of the world sounds like.
Adrianne Jeffries went to Hawaii and talked to gamers there about their disadvantage in eSports:
Rollin Bishop told the strange story of what happened to Andrew Yoon's board game, Divorce!, after he died:
Owen Phillips attempted to solve an internet mystery involving porn and Wikipedia:
Tolu Edionwe talked to people who are holding on to voicemails from their dead loved ones:
Ian Coss visited Haiti, where some musicians don’t need a record label, because they have Zumba: