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Billy Steele
Billy Steele|April 15, 2017 12:30 PM

How Technology Has
Failed to Improve
Your Airline Experience

Farhad Manjoo,
The New York Times

It hasn't been a great week for United, but that massive incident served as a harsh reminder that the airline industry has a long list of customer service issues. The New York Times' Farhad Manjoo details how technology has improved ride sharing, vacation rentals and more while the process of booking a flight and air travel still leaves a lot to be desired.

The Definitive 'Fast & Furious' Movie Rankings
Andrew Gruttadaro and Shea Serrano, The Ringer

This is an amazing look at the inner workings of the Fast & Furious franchise, including why you can just pretend Tokyo Drift doesn't exist.

A Lizard With Scales That Behave Like a Computer Simulation
Steph Yin, The New York Times

Researchers studied cellular automaton in ocellated lizards with a little help from Alan Turing.

Saber-Toothed Cats Paid a Stiff Price for Lunch
Nicholas St. Fleur, The New York Times

New findings suggest saber-toothed cats suffered a number of injuries during the process of hunting prey.

Q&A: Walt Mossberg on the Future of the Tech Beat
Shelley Hepworth, Columbia Journalism Review

Respected tech journalist Walt Mossberg announced his retirement this week and the Columbia Journalism Review sat down to get his thoughts on tech and the media.

Recommended Reading: Technology hasn't improved the airline experience