After a year of serving as TON‘s managing editor, Christie Aschwanden is stepping down to make time for other projects. During her year as managing editor, Christie instituted a weekly publishing schedule and commissioned and edited […]
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I’m the kind of person who will write things like “make to do list” and “eat breakfast” on my task list, just to give myself the pleasure of marking them off. Writing and rewriting my to do list had become a form of procrastination. I needed a better approach.
A dinosaur known as Tarbosaurus bataar once roamed what is now Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. About seventy million years later, its fossilized bones turned up at an auction in New York City, placing it at the […]
In 2010, Slate national correspondent William Saletan wrote an eight-part series about experimental psychologist Elizabeth Loftus and her work on false memories. He began the series by inviting readers to take part in an interactive […]
Christie Aschwanden shows that when it comes to selling evidence-based health care reforms, hammering people with the facts won’t change entrenched beliefs—in fact, it may only strengthen them. For evidence-based reforms to succeed, Aschwanden writes, […]