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SocialFlow : Mafalda, an Argentine comic strip, was more political than Peanuts and more modern than Asterix econ.st/3jcS4rY

SocialFlow : People in countries with high infection rates and creaking health services began to see that as a reason to move elsewhere econ.st/34cUfHJ

SocialFlow : For most of the 21st century, Georgia has been safely and solidly Republican. Might that be about to change? econ.trib.al/ku7bRcY

SocialFlow : On "The Intelligence": a visit to Yunnan province reveals the contradictions in the Chinese Communist Party’s treatment of ethnic minorities econ.st/3kdRaNa

SocialFlow : Who is Joe Biden and what does he want? On “Checks and Balance”:

-Our US business editor Vijay Vaitheeswaran on why Wall Street is warming to Mr Biden
-Joe Bidens role in the Iraq war
-Former aide Scott Mulhauser on what makes the former vice-president tick

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SocialFlow : A small town in eastern Pennsylvania offers a rare microcosmic view of what partisanship is doing to America econ.st/2FIBCBT

SocialFlow : Video-game technology is changing the way television is made. “Its basically taking the post out of post-production.” Dana Cowley from Epic Games says game engines help shows like The Mandalorian film effects in-camera, on the latest “Babbage” econ.st/35iRcNt

SocialFlow : There are two weeks to go until America's presidential election. To get up to speed with the race, subscribe to Checks and Balance, our weekly newsletter on US politics, for rigorous analysis of the campaign econ.st/31pnKnX

SocialFlow : How has the American economy fared under Donald Trump? Listen to “Editor’s Picks” to hear essential stories from the latest issue of The Economist, read aloud econ.st/3m1OwKP

SocialFlow : On “The Intelligence”: Gady Epstein on Chinese-government documents that reveal how the state separates Uyghur families, detaining children and parents alike econ.st/3m4EXuF

SocialFlow : “I always thought that the best moment in virtual reality was exactly when you take off the headset because you have this opportunity to compare realities.” VR pioneer Jaron Lanier talks to Alok Jha about the future of virtual worlds on “Babbage” econ.trib.al/i5oPeMg

SocialFlow : On “Babbage”, author Neal Stephenson says that the Metaverse, an idea born in science fiction, could be the successor to the internet. “ I was just trying to imagine what a popular medium would look like, centered on the use of 3D graphics technology” econ.st/3o7iP4D

SocialFlow : On “Babbage”, author Neal Stephenson says that the Metaverse, an idea born in science fiction, could be the successor to the internet. “ I was just trying to imagine what a popular medium would look like, centered on the use of 3D graphics technology” econ.st/2IOlPTp

SocialFlow : Video-game technology is changing the way television is made. “It's basically taking the post out of post-production.” Dana Cowley from Epic Games says game engines help shows like The Mandalorian film effects in-camera, on the latest “Babbage” econ.trib.al/EHVev7i

SocialFlow : For the Uyghur diaspora, there is no real freedom from China’s repression, John Phipps tells “The Intelligence”. The fear—the panic—is the same abroad econ.st/3o5ppZo