Spoiler: pay them fair wages and they'll suddenly want to work again.
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The concept of the atomic void is one of the most repeated mistakes in popular science. Molecules are packed with stuff
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Typefaces express sovereignty. Here’s how Musqueam found just the right type for its language.
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Transformation of the island for mass tourism helped turn it into a tinderbox that has claimed 96 lives so far.
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Will this year's hits and bombs change how studios approach the season?
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How did the UK's legendary film industry come to depend on Hollywood for work? Just a few years ago they were churning out excellent TV series of their own.
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But its suggestions are so annoyingly plausible
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Too big to fail? Not so fast. A showrunner's cautionary memo
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Amid the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes, studio heads are scorching their own legacies, Justine Bateman writes.
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Ignoring the fact that it's basically an ad, and the condescending tone towards the end, it's a good summary of the situation. Gee, you mean people have figured out they're being abused, and are voting with their feet?!
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