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    Demonstrators lie on the ground to represent people who disappeared during Augusto Pinochet's regime, part of a peaceful protest related to the 40th anniversary of the coup d'etat that ushered in Pinochet’s dictatorship. The 25th anniversary of his outster by popular vote is Oct. 5.
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Stuck In The Middle With You

Ellen Killoran reviews "Gravity," the new Clooney-Bullock film about two astronauts struggling to survive the breakdown of their space shuttle.

Among The Disappeared

On the 25th anniversary of brutal Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s overthrow, Patricia Rey Mallen looks at the country before, during and after his reign.

Fordlandia

The ruins of the Ford Motor Company’s rubber factory community in the Brazilian rain forest provide a telling counterpoint to the ruins of former car factories in Detroit. Chris Harress looks at lost automotive worlds and what we can learn from them.
 

The iPhone Arrives, Takes Over

Luke Villapaz’s video montage of Apple ads from its release in 2007 to the present, during which the phone has gone from being marketed as a novel product to one that’s integral to all aspects of its users’ lives.

Twitter: By The Dollar Numbers

As Twitter heads for a high-profile IPO, Lisa Mahapatra evaluates how the company stacks up, on a revenue-per-employee basis, versus other tech companies.

 

 

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