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Know More (a Wonkblog joint) is a site for people who like learning stuff. Not sitting-in-front-of-a-textbook-for-hours learning, but getting-sucked-into-a-Wikipedia-hole-for-hours learning. The kind where you just can’t stop tunneling deeper and deeper until you know the name of every Brigadier General in the Union army and what campaigns they participated in, or can list every item in Grace Jones’s discography, or exactly who was going to get what job in the cabinet of a hypothetical Reagan-Ford co-presidency.
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| October 7 at 2:40 am
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Oh no: Haiyan, the super typhoon about to hit the Philippines, is even bigger than Katrina.
Dylan Matthews
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The U.S. government is an insurance conglomerate with a large standing army, in one chart
Ezra Klein
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A graphic designer made every featured quote on The Wire into art
Dylan Matthews
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What’s wrong with the new Newsweek, in 101 tweets
Dylan Matthews
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These horrifying images show what two years of war have done to the Syrian city of Homs
Dylan Matthews
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Want good schools? Get good teachers, not small classes
Dylan Matthews
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Something people forget about Social Security: It’s America’s biggest anti-poverty program, by far
Dylan Matthews
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This meeting between the Pope and a badly disfigured man will warm your heart.
Dylan Matthews
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What shoes and pants to wear together, in one chart
Dylan Matthews
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Thinking of moving? Here’s where your fellow Americans went from 2000 to 2010.
Dylan Matthews
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What America will look like once global warming melts the polar ice caps
Dylan Matthews
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