Neglected to post about this: This year, ASME posted all the links for the NMA finalists all on its own. I’d like to take some credit for this.
So… much… good stuff… to read.
Favorite discovery so far: the Iraq piece in IEEE Spectrum!
Also, I didn’t know William Langewiesche was there, too.
Oh dude, not only did they post the 2007 winners, now you can search/browse through the past winners & finalists from 1966-present! Database results not hyperlinked though, as far as I can tell. Now it’s like not even “so much good stuff to read” it’s more like way way way way too much good stuff to ever be able to read completely.
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