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From Our NYT Files: Summer Reading

From Our NYT Files: Summer Reading

Even the most modest mystery novel has the dignity of its lineage.

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From Our NYT Files: Your Wi-Fi Security Is Probably Weak. Here’s How to Fix That.

From Our NYT Files: Your Wi-Fi Security Is Probably Weak. Here’s How to Fix That.

Chances are that when you bought a Wi-Fi router, you probably did not prioritize strong network security.

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From Our NYT Files: How Technology Transforms the World of Comic Books

From Our NYT Files: How Technology Transforms the World of Comic Books

How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? George Gene Gustines, a senior editor in graphics and video who also writes about comic books, discussed the tech he’s using.

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From Our NYT Files: Why Hackers Aren’t Afraid of Us

From Our NYT Files: Why Hackers Aren’t Afraid of Us

WASHINGTON — Ask finance ministers and central bankers around the world about their worst nightmare and the answer is almost always the same: Sometime soon the North Koreans or the Russians will improve on the two huge cyberattacks they pulled off last year.

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From Our NYT Files: The 5 Best Summer Fruits, Ranked

From Our NYT Files: The 5 Best Summer Fruits, Ranked

Our restaurant critic heads outdoors to celebrate his five favorites for crisps, crumbles, slumps or just plain eating.

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From Our NYT Files: The Magic of a Cardboard Box

From Our NYT Files: The Magic of a Cardboard Box

On April 20, Nintendo released a new line of accessories for its best-selling Switch game console. Rather than being digital add-ons, they were physical ones: punch-and-fold parts engineered to turn the Switch console into a piano, a fishing rod or a robot. All are made of cardboard.

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From Our NYT Files: Keeping Coffee Off the Keys

From Our NYT Files: Keeping Coffee Off the Keys

You may not be able to prevent every potential beverage spill into your keyboard, but when it happens, know what to do.

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From Our NYT Files: Weave Together Your Twitter Thoughts

From Our NYT Files: Weave Together Your Twitter Thoughts

When just one tweet isn’t enough, you can use Twitter’s threading tool to write and publish a series of connected posts on a topic.

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From Our NYT Files: Anonymous Bidder Pays $3.3 Million for Lunch With Warren Buffett

From Our NYT Files: Anonymous Bidder Pays $3.3 Million for Lunch With Warren Buffett

An anonymous bidder offered to pay more than $3.3 million for the chance to dine with Warren Buffett

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From Our NYT Files: How Facebook’s F8 Announcements Will Impact Your Social Video Strategy

From Our NYT Files: How Facebook’s F8 Announcements Will Impact Your Social Video Strategy

Last week, Facebook hosted its annual F8 Conference. Mark Zuckerberg joked about testifying in congress, apologized to developers for the turbulent past few months, and announced that Facebook would launch a dating app.

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