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🌎 A startup says it's begun releasing particles into the atmosphere, in an effort to tweak the climate
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🌎 A startup says it's begun releasing particles into the atmosphere, in an effort to tweak the climate

Plus: How TikTok Became a Diplomatic Crisis, Twitter brings Elon Musk's genius reputation crashing down to earth, and more…

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A startup says it's begun releasing particles into the atmosphere, in an effort to tweak the climate. That's in part because it's highly controversial, as little is known about the real-world effect of such deliberate interventions at large scales, including the potential for dangerous side-effects, uneven impacts across different regions and… (James Temple / MIT Technology Review)


How TikTok Became a Diplomatic Crisis. On March 10, two weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the White House convened a Zoom call with 30 prominent TikTok creators. Jen Psaki, then the White House press secretary, and members of the National Security Council staff briefed… (Alex W. Palmer / The New York Times)


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Twitter brings Elon Musk's genius reputation crashing down to earth. The Twitter CEO was on a live audio chat Tuesday night with software engineers when one user started quizzing him about the internal workings of the company's systems. Musk, who hours earlier said he would keep control of Twitter's software systems… (Faiz Siddiqui  / washingtonpost.com)


Apple's business under growing threat from China's Covid wave. Supply chain experts warn reversal of zero-Covid curbs and country-wide outbreak creates uncertainty for iPhone maker We'll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding up the latest Apple Inc news every morning. Apple's business is under threat… (Patrick McGee via Financial Times)


Did a Fourth Grader Write This? Or the New Chatbot?. Don’t be surprised if you can’t always tell. Neither could two teachers, a professor, nor even the renowned children’s author Judy Blume. (Claire Cain Miller / The New York Times)


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