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SocialFlow : Just as Section 230 didn’t anticipate the consolidation of online speech, it failed to envision the challenge that a figure like Donald Trump would pose to the platforms that had consolidated it.

SocialFlow : “There is a fundamental lie at the heart of American history. And acknowledging that is going to involve a painful reckoning.” An interview with the philosopher Susan Neiman.

SocialFlow : “Give me a world, you have taken the world I was.” A poem by Anne Carson. #NewYorkerArchive

SocialFlow : The neuroscientist Daniela Schiller studies how emotional memories are formed in the brain, specializing in the connection between memory and fear.

SocialFlow : The French writer and director contemplates cinema, Hollywood, and the differences between France and America.

SocialFlow : Once a distant outpost of the British Empire, the Falkland Islands have become a global crossroads. As the coronavirus looms, the intimate communities may be remade again.

SocialFlow : The British actor on his new role in “Sometimes Always Never,” his abiding love for Mary J. Blige, and his personal style—"librarian chic."

SocialFlow : Ann M. Martin’s book series offered an early glimpse into the world of ambitious working women.

SocialFlow : The historian Karl Polanyi believed that the cruelty of the free market makes us vulnerable to fascism—a theory that is resonating again today.

SocialFlow : Who was King David? Was he the all-powerful king described in the Bible? Or was he, as some archeologists believe, a small-time Bedouin sheikh?

SocialFlow : Greenland sharks, one of nature’s least elegant creatures, have an estimated lifespan of up to 600 years.

SocialFlow : In this week’s cryptic crossword, 20-Across: Liberal arts ruler (4).

SocialFlow : Jill Lepore explores the historical precedent for rebuilding American democracy. “Nothing so sharpens one’s appreciation for democracy as bearing witness to its demolition,” she writes.

SocialFlow : So someone caught you on camera, aggressively not minding your own business. What now?