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'Heroes,' Heavenly Bodies and David Bowie's Untouchable Brilliance
Bomani Jones, Playboy

I've followed the work of ESPN's Bomani Jones long enough to know that when he writes about music, you should pay attention. After David Bowie passed away earlier this week, he penned a piece for Playboy on music icon's body of work and how his creativity remains unrivaled. "His star was big enough to keep everyone warm, but while we orbited around him, no one could be what he was," writes Jones.

The Biggest Dinosaur In History May Never Have Existed
David Goldenberg, FiveThrityEight

If the Titanosaur is your favorite of the pre-historic creatures, we might have some bad news for you.

What's Really Going On Inside Tinder?
Austin Carr, Fast Company

Tinder's controversial CEO Sean Rad is back at the helm after being removed last year. Here's why.

As U.S. Modernizes Nuclear Weapons, 'Smaller' Leaves Some Uneasy
William J. Broad and David E. Sanger,
The New York Times

The B12 atomic bomb is going high-tech with things like steerable fins, safety features and selectable power options.

Jiggy Stardust: Tracking David Bowie's Influence On Hip-Hop
Jeff Weiss, Noisey

Bowie's influence runs throughout a lot of genres, but his impact on hip-hop is particularly interesting.

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