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    A detailed account of how a social network that charges fees is trying to create an alternative to the closed, ad-supported sites that dominate the social Web.
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    A detailed profile of the life and thinking of PayPal, SpaceX, and Tesla founder Elon Musk.

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    The New York Times looks for evidence of whether big data will have the same kind of broad economic impact as oil or electricity.

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  • The Fall and Rise of Gene Therapy
    Wired profiles gene therapy pioneer James Wilson, who led early failed human trials of the technology but later discovered new methods that could potentially revive the revolutionary medicine.

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