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Raju NarisettiPersonalized cancer treatment that will slash the mortality rate of the world’s second-biggest killer appears within reach, after scientists unveiled a comprehensive catalogue of the disease’s genetic make-up.
Of nine leisure activities, visiting a library is the one Americans did most frequently in the past year, followed by attending movies and live sporting events.
In US, Library Visits By Adults (10.5 on average) Outpaced Trips to Movies in 2019 & Women Visit Libraries Nearly Twice as Frequently as Men:
(I just like this interpretation. The survey itself poses more questions than answers. Don't @ me on that) pic.twitter.com/5c7AqOJrhE
The founder of a miniature village-green circus, in the old-fashioned style, was 46
Raju NarisettiThis might be a strange way to phrase it, but @TheEconomist weekly book-end Obits are just a joy to read, especially, as they sometimes do, when someone dying is the first time you get introduced to them in life.
Obituary: Nell Gifford died on Dec 8th
A study by Scott Reinardy found journalists frequently still identify as such even after being forced to leave the field.
Raju NarisettiCutting Deeper: When US Newspapers Wipe Out Jobs and Alter Career Identities
“When you’re committed to the idea that you are a journalist, that’s who you are and when you’re told you’re not going to do that anymore, it takes a real part of you.”
India's Supreme Court said on Friday that an indefinite shutdown of the int...
Raju NarisettiFirst the ruling in Turkey over @Wikipedia ban.
Now this, in India.
Will govts act?
@reuters: India's Supreme Court rules freedom of internet access is "a fundamental right" and orders govt to review its +150 day Kashmir internet shutdown within a week
For her final piece after three decades on the beat, Sue Shellenbarger looks at what’s changed and what hasn’t for women trying to manage office and home lives.
Raju NarisettiIn 30 years of writing about working mothers, Sue Shellenbarger has seen some struggles ease but new obstacles emerge—while the goal of work-family ‘balance’ remains elusive for most women. wsj.com/articles/the-c… via @WSJ