Fall 2022 Links


Nuclear and Environmental

Max Bearak, Raymond Zhong, and Ihsanullah Tipu Mehsud, “Deadly Floods Devastate an Already Fragile Pakistan.”

Katie Rogers and David E. Sanger, “Biden Calls the ‘Prospect of Armageddon’ the Highest since the Cuban Missile Crisis.”

David Wallace-Wells, “The World Took a Bold, Toothless Step Forward on Climate Justice” and “Beyond Catastrophe: A New Climate Reality Is Coming into View.”

Somini Sengupta, “‘A Reason to Act Faster’: World Leaders Meet on Climate Amid Other Crises.”

Max Bearak, “Climate Pledges Are Falling Short, and a Chaotic Future Looks More Like Reality.”

Brad Plumer, Max Bearak, Lisa Friedman, and Jenny Gross, “UN Climate Talks End with a Deal to Pay Poor Nations for Damage.”

Catrin Einhorn, “Researchers Report a Staggering Decline in Wildlife. Here’s How to Understand It.”

Brad Plumer, “War in Ukraine Likely to Speed, Not Slow, Shift to Clean Energy, IEA Says.”

Jennifer Mossalgue, “France to Require All Large Parking Lots to Be Covered by Solar Panels.”

Micah Hanks, “We Have Ignition: Remarkable Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion Represents a New Physics Milestone.”

Kenneth Chang, “Major Fusion Energy Breakthrough to Be Announced by Scientists.”

Emma G. Fitzsimmons and Jeffery C. Mays, “Inside the Making of New York City’s Bizarre Nuclear War PSA.”

Michael Dobbs, “I’ve Studied Thirteen Days of the Cuban Missile Crisis. This Is What I See When I Look at Putin.”

Craig Callender, “Fossil-Fuel Money Is Warping Climate Research.”

Katy Hessel, “Just Stop Oil’s Van Gogh Soup Stunt Is the Latest Streak of Radical Art Protest by Women.”

Jake Johnson, “‘The Insanity Continues’: Global Fossil Fuel Subsidies Nearly Doubled in 2021.”

Malin Rivers, Adrian C. Newton, Sara Oldfield, “Scientists’ Warning to Humanity on Tree Extinctions.”

Brad Plumer, “California Approves a Wave of Aggressive New Climate Measures.”

Stephen Burgen, “Barcelona Students to Take Mandatory Climate Crisis Module from 2024.”


Zeynep Tufekci, “If You’re Suffering after Being Sick with COVID, It’s Not Just in Your Head” and “There’s Terrific News about the New COVID Boosters, but Few Are Hearing It.”

Sanjay Mishra, “Even Mild COVID-19 Can Cause Your Brain to Shrink.”

Marilyn W. Thompson and Jenny Deam, “‘The Human Psyche Was Not Built for This’: How Republicans in Montana Hijacked Public Health and Brought a Hospital to the Brink.”

Noah Weiland and Sharon LaFraniere, “FDA Authorizes Updated COVID Booster Shots Targeting Omicron Subvariants.”

And Dani Blum, “How Long Should I Wait to Get a Bivalent Booster If I Recently Had a Shot or Contracted COVID?”

Politics and Economics

Zolan Kanno-Youngs, “Biden to Focus on ‘Battle for the Soul of the Nation’ in Prime-Time Speech.”

Peter Baker, “Biden Warns That ‘Big Lie’ Republicans Imperil American Democracy.”

Rana Foroohar, “Globalism Failed to Deliver the Economy We Need.”

Laurel Elder, Steve Greene, Mary-Kate Lizotte, “Abortion Might Help Democrats in the Midterms in Two Major Ways.”

Charlie Savage, “The Affidavit for the Search of Trump’s Home, Annotated.”

Charlie Smart and Larry Buchanan, “What the FBI Seized From Mar-a-Lago, Illustrated.”

Ezra Klein, “All Biden Has to Do Now Is Change the Way We Live.”

William G. Gale, Hilary Gelfon, Jason J. Fichtner, and Benjamin H. Harris, “The Wealth of Generations, with Special Attention to the Millennials.”

David Gelles, “Billionaire No More: Patagonia Founder Gives Away the Company.”

Alexander Bolton, “Sanders Blocks Proposal to Force Rail Unions to Accept Labor Deal.”

“New York Times Poised for First Mass Staff Walkout in Forty Years.”

Jonathan Levinson, “Newly Un-redacted Report Shows How Feds Politicized Response to 2020 Portland Protests.”

Dell Cameron, “Homeland Security Admits It Tried to Manufacture Fake Terrorists for Trump.”

Ellen Barry, “How Russian Trolls Helped Keep the Women’s March Out of Lock Step.”

Peter Baker, “The Story So Far: Where Six Investigations into Donald Trump Stand.”

Charlie Savage, “House Committee Obtains Access to Trump’s Tax Returns, Ending Long Fight.”

Carl Hulse, “McConnell Endorses Electoral Count Overhaul, Lifting Chances of Enactment.”

Luke Broadwater and Stephanie Lai, “Ginni Thomas Denies Discussing Election Subversion Efforts with Her Husband.”

Steven Donziger, “The Most Terrifying Case of All Is about to Be Heard by the US Supreme Court.”

Nick Corasaniti, “Why Little-Noticed State Legislative Races Could Be Hugely Consequential.”

Jamelle Bouie, “This Is What Happens When Election Deniers Let Their Freak Flag Fly” and “No One Forced Republicans to Do Any of These Things.”

Catie Edmondson, “‘Do You Believe This?’ Chilling Footage Shows Congressional Leaders on Jan. 6.”

Nick Corasaniti, “Voters Reject Election Deniers Running to Take Over Elections.”

Benjamin Weiser, “New York to Pay $26 Million to Men Wrongly Convicted of Killing Malcolm X.”

Nicholas Fandos, “Ocasio-Cortez: ‘Calcified’ Machine Politics Cost Democrats in New York.”

Thomas L. Friedman, “The Big Liar and His Losing Little Liars.”

Trish Bendix, “After Seven Years on The Daily Show, Trevor Noah Says ‘It’s Time’ to Depart.”

Timothy Shenk, “A Lost Manuscript Shows the Fire Barack Obama Couldn’t Reveal on the Campaign Trail.”

“Alex Jones Ordered to Pay Sandy Hook Victims’ Families Nearly $1 Billion.”

Karen Weise and David McCabe, “FTC Sues to Block Microsoft’s $69 Billion Acquisition of Activision.”

Cory Doctorow, “Pluralistic: The Urinary Tract Infection Business-Model.”

And Stephanie Stacey, “A Man Won the Legal Right to Not Be ‘Fun’ at Work after Refusing to Embrace ‘Excessive Alcoholism’ and ‘Promiscuity.'”


Choe Sang-Hun, Victoria Kim, John Yoon, Paul Mozur, and Matt Stevens, “Witnesses Describe the Chaos in Itaewon.”

Ai Weiwei, “No, Capitalism and the Internet Will Not Free China’s People.”

Deepa Parent and Gohncheh Habibiazad, “Rapper Who Protested over Death of Mahsa Amini Faces Execution in Iran.”

“Men Survive Eleven Days on Rudder of Ship Traveling from Nigeria to Canary Islands.”

Marilyn Berger, “Mikhail S. Gorbachev, Reformist Soviet Leader, Is Dead at 91.”

“World Mourns Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s Bastion of Stability.”

Polly Toynbee, “Clearly Britain Loses More than It Gains from the Monarchy. Let Us Be Brave and End It.”

And Matthew Weaver, “Iceberg Lettuce in Blond Wig Outlasts Liz Truss.”

Science and Health

Helen Lewis, “The Twitching Generation.”

Dennis Overbye, “Physicists Create ‘the Smallest, Crummiest Wormhole You Can Imagine.'”

Dennis Overbye, “Black Holes May Hide a Mind-Bending Secret about Our Universe.”

Rachel Aviv, “Do You Need a ‘Correct Attitude to Understand Your Mind?”

Emily Baumgaertner, “Health Panel Recommends Anxiety Screening for All Adults Under Sixty-Five.”

Danielle Carr, “Mental Health Is Political.”

Kenneth Chang, “NASA Smashes into an Asteroid, Completing a Mission to Save a Future Day.”

Artificial Intelligence



Ian Bogost, “ChatGPT Is Dumber Than You Think.”

Stephen Marche, “The College Essay Is Dead.”

Kevin Roose, “We Need to Talk about How Good AI Is Getting,” “An AI-Generated Picture Won an Art Prize. Artists Aren’t Happy,” and “A.I.-Generated Art Is Already Transforming Creative Work.”

Jeff Schatten, “Will Artificial Intelligence Kill College Writing?”

Wordcraft Writers Workshop.

Kelsey Piper, “AI Experts Are Increasingly Afraid of What They’re Creating.”

And The Infinite Conversation (between Slavoj Žižek and Werner Herzog AI).


Maximumrocknroll (at Internet Archive).

Ian Bogost, “The Age of Social Media Is Ending.”

Michelle Goldberg, “Here’s Hoping Elon Musk Destroys Twitter.”

Damon Beres and Charlie Warzel, “Elon Musk’s Disastrous Weekend on Twitter.”

Ryan Mac and Kellen Browning, “Elon Musk Reinstates Trump’s Twitter Account.”

Every wint (@dril) tweet.

“What Is Mastodon?”

Kalley Huang, “What Is Mastodon and Why Are People Leaving Twitter for It?”


Brewster Kahle, “We Have Added a Mastodon Server” (the Internet Archive).

Melanie Walsh, “Where Is All the Book Data?”

Sean Keck, “‘Adjusting the Ash Heaps’: Extinction and the Modernist Archive.”

Michael Kimmelman, “It Was a Mystery in the Desert for Fifty Years.”

Taylor Dafoe, “After More Than 50 Years, Reclusive Artist Michael Heizer Is Finally Ready to Unveil City, His Life’s Work. Here’s What It Looks Like.”


“Bernadette Mayer’s List of Journal Ideas.”

Zoey Poll, “Turning the Gestures of Everyday Life into Art.”

Archaeology World Team, “Archaeologists Unearth Tomb of Genghis Khan.”

Jodi Kantor and Arya Sundaram, “The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score.”

Ivan Mehta, “HBO Max Is Removing Thirty-Six Titles and Creators Are Not Happy.”

Drew Gilpin Faust, “Gen Z Never Learned to Read Cursive.”

David Yaffe-Bellany, “New Chief Calls FTX’s Corporate Control a ‘Complete Failure.'”

Virginia Heffernan, “Is Moore’s Law Really Dead?”

Colin Marshall, “The Virtue of Owning Books You Haven’t Read: Why Umberto Eco Kept an ‘Antilibrary.'”

Maud Newton, “Y’all: The Most Inclusive of All Pronouns.”

Theory and Criticism

Natalie Schachar, “Barbara Ehrenreich, Explorer of Prosperity’s Dark Side, Dies at 81.”

Clay Risen, “Bruno Latour, 75, Philosopher on the Social Basis of Scientific Facts, Dies.”

Bruno Latour (1947-2022) at Critical Inquiry.

Robert Scott, “Postcritique; or, The Cultural Logic of Capitalist Realism.”

Sarah Brouillette, “Reading after the University.”

Stefan Collini, “Exaggerated Ambitions,” review of Professing Criticism: Essays on the Organization of Literary Study, by John Guillory.

Tessel Veneboer, “Penetration as Philosophy,” review of Philosophy for Spiders: On the Low Theory of Kathy Acker, by Mackenzie Wark.

Agon Hamza and Frank Ruda, eds. “Is Politics Possible Today?,” special issue, Crisis and Critique.

Caroline Hovanec and Rachel Murray, eds., “Reading Modernism in the Sixth Extinction.”

David Hollingshead, “Domestic Ecology and Autoimmunity: Eugenic Feminism in the Sixth Extinction.”

Merve Emre, “The Illusion of the First Person” and “Jon Fosse’s Search for Peace.”

John Michael Colón, “On the End of the Canon Wars.”

Lorenzo Buti, “Sartre’s Philosophy of Praxis.”

Benjamin Kunkel, “Critic, Historicize Thyself!”

Hannah Zeavin, “In Theory, Anyway.”

James H. Sweet, “Is History History? Identity Politics and Teleologies of the Present.”

Joan W. Scott, “History Is Always about Politics.”

Len Gutkin, “A Tempest in a Historical Teapot?”

Kieron Monks, “C. L. R. James Never Gave Up on His Dream of Revolution.”

Todd McGowan, “The Best Books on Psychoanalysis and Capitalism.”

And Mark Asch, “Jacques Derrida Love This Banana Bread.”

Mike Davis

Jon Wiener, “Mike Davis: 1946-2022.”

Gabriel Winant, “Mike Davis’s Specificities.”

Matt Garcia, William Deverell, John Shannon, Peter Sebastian Chesney, David Kipen, Derrick Ortega, “Remembering Mike Davis.”

Jon Wiener, “The Key to Mike Davis’s Brilliance: He Never Fit In” and “Writing about LA in the Sixties with Mike Davis.”

Neil Genzlinger, “Mike Davis, Who Wrote of Los Angeles and Catastrophe, Dies at 76.”

“Mike Davis 1946-2022–We’ve Lost a Superb Marxist When We Needed Him Most.”

Lois Beckett, “Mike Davis, California’s ‘Prophet of Doom’ on Activism in a Dying World: ‘Despair Is Useless.’”

Literature and Culture

Alex Williams, “Bernadette Mayer, Poet Who Celebrated the Ordinary, Dies at 77.”

Alex Marshall, Alexandra Alter, Laura Cappelle, and Aurelien Breeden, “Annie Ernaux’s Work Dissecting the Deeply Personal Is Awarded the Nobel.”

Dave Kehr and Jonathan Kandell, “Jean-Luc Godard, 91, Is Dead; Bold Director Shaped French New Wave.”

Fredric Jameson, “Concerning Godard.”

PEN America, “Reading between the Lines: Race, Equity, and Book Publishing.”

Alexandra Alter, “In His New Books, Cormac McCarthy Gets Real.”

John Jeremiah Sullivan, “Cormac McCarthy’s New Novel: Two Lives, Two Ways of Seeing.”

Dwight Garner, “Cormac McCarthy’s Unsettling Dream of a Novel.”

Elizabeth A. Harris, “Early Cormac McCarthy Interviews Rediscovered.”

Abena Ampofoa Asare, “Askew from the Nation: Thinking about Home and Country with Chinua Achebe and James Baldwin.”

Lynell George, “The Visions of Octavia Butler.”

Rebecca Evans, “Situating Parable of the Sower.”

The Ezra Klein Show, “A Legendary World Builder on Multiverses, Revolution, and the ‘Souls’ of Cities.”

Junot Díaz, “The Genre-Shattering Fictions of Alan Moore.”

Sam Leith, Watchmen Author Alan Moore: ‘I’m Definitely Done with Comics.'”

Colin Barrett, “Follow George Saunders into the Maws of Hell.”

Sophie Haigney, “Party Favor: The Private Longing and Public Performance of Going Out,” review of Hanging Out: The Radical Power of Killing Time, by Sheila Liming.

Lee Konstantinou, “‘All These Possibilities! Helen DeWitt’s The Last Samurai and the Moral Significance of Style.'”

Connor Garel, “Why this Poet Declared War on Her Own Book.”

Alexandra Alter and Elizabeth A. Harris, “Judge Blocks a Merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster.”

Nathan Goldman, “The Conglomeration of Literature.”

Margaret Renkl, “University Presses Are Keeping American Literature Alive.”

Ben Hooyman, “A Romanian Daedalus’ Surrealist Labyrinth: On Mircea Cărtărescu’s Solenoid.”

Stephanie Burt, “Is the Multiverse Where Originality Goes to Die?”

Sarah Mesle, “The Heirs and Their Hair: On HBO’s House of the Dragon.”

Gerry Canavan, “Morally Depraved Fantasy: House of the Dragon and Rings of Power.”

Aaron Bady, “Police and Thieves: On Tony Gilroy’s Andor.”

Israel Daramola, “When Reality Isn’t: On Nathan Fielder’s The Rehearsal.”

Carina Chocano, “In White Lotus, Beauty and Truth Are All Mixed Up.”

Kaya Genç, “All That Really Happens Happens to Me: On Annie Ernaux’s Getting Lost.”

Carolyn Quimby, “October Preview: The Millions Most Anticipated (This Month).”

Josh Sherman, “Press On: Black Sparrow Is Back.”

Richard Joseph, “Fooled You: On Donna Tartt’s Genre Fiction.”

Kaveh Akbar, “What Can Ancient Spiritual Poetry Teach Us about Living?”

Charlie Tyson, “H.D.’s Art of Failure.”

Joe Stadolnik, “A Literary Cold Case Heats Up.”

Johanna Winant, “A Century of Serious Difficulty.”

Andrew Epstein, “How Did T. S. Eliot Go From Young and Wild to Old and Stodgy?”

Beci Carver, Jahan Ramazani, Robert Crawford, and David Barnes, “The Most Important Poem of the 20th Century: On T.S. Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’ at 100.”

Sarah Wasserman, “What Makes a Millennial?”

Clara Burghelea, “Romanian Translation’s Johnny Appleseed: An Interview with Sean Cotter.”

A. O. Scott and Manohla Dargis, “A Movie House Divided” and “Is Sight and Sound’s List of One Hundred Greatest Films Too Tasteful?”

Elizabeth Metzger, “Featuring Emily Dickinson and Phoebe Bridgers; A Conversation with Andrew Bird.”

Conor Williams, “John Waters on Filmmaking, Felonies, Fox News, and Fucking.”

Paul Thompson, “I Don’t Worry about My Oeuvre: A Conversation with John Carpenter.”

Nicholas Barber, White Noise Is ‘Thrillingly Original.'”

A. O. Scott, White Noise Review: Toxic Events, Airborne and Domestic.”

Robert Rubsam, White Noise Review: It Sucks.”

Wesley Morris, “We’re Out of Movie Stars. Whose Fault Is That?”

Eric Grode, “What Makes a Movie the Greatest of All Time?”

Zakiya Dalila Harris, “In Angie Cruz’s New Novel, There’s No Such Thing as TMI.”

Tim Lewis, “Brett Morgen on His David Bowie Film: ‘Moonage Daydream Is Maximalist, It’s Kaleidoscopic.'”

And Pamela Paul, “The Season of Dark Academia.”

Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

Hilton Als, “Terrance Hayes, The Art of Poetry No. 111.”

Sheila Heti, “Hello World! Part One: Eliza; Part Two: Eliza?!!?!?!; Part Three: Alice; Part Four: George Dorn.”

Jonathan Lethem, “Narrowing Valley.”

Cressida Leyshon, “Jonathan Lethem on What’s Stuck in His Head.”

Peter Mishler, “Sandra Simonds on Piecing Together Poetic Puzzles.”

S. L. Huang, “The Ghosts of Workshops Past: How Communism, Conservatism, and the Cold War Still Mold Our Paths into SFF Writing.”

Nate Hoil, “Decoding the Code: Five Poems.”

Sofia Escobar, “Rejecting Copper.”


Grant Sharples, “Mimi Parker Was the Aching Spirit That Shaped Low’s Incomparable Sound.”

Anita Gates, “Angelo Badalamenti, Composer for Twin Peaks, Is Dead at 85.”

Le Tigre, “Deceptacon | Live This Ain’t No Picnic, August 27, 2022.”

Jon Caramanica, “How Takeoff and the Migos Flow Changed Atlanta Rap.”

Chris Richards, “City of Caterpillar Reunited without Having to Rebuild Its Sound.”

Botch, “One Twenty Two.”

Jeff Terich, “Laddio Bolocko’s Five Crazy Years.”

Louis Lucero II, “The Song of the Fall? It’s a Symphony, Actually.”

And Stanley Sievers is coming out of mosh retirement.

Video Games

Video Game Canon, “2021 Update to the Video Game Canon Shakes Up the Top 1000 in a Big Way (But Tetris Is Still #1).”

Joe Skrebels, Breath of the Wild Sequel Is Officially Titled The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Out in May.”

“In Development: Hades II.”


The Athletic Staff, “Suns Owner Robert Sarver Suspended One Year by NBA for Violating ‘Workplace Standards’” and “Suns, Mercury Owner Robert Sarver Begins Process to Sell Franchises.”

Mike Vorkunov, “A $1 Billion Punishment? What Robert Sarver Selling the Suns and Mercury Could Net Him.”

The Athletic Staff, “NFL Players Past and Present Call out Dolphins after Tua Tagovailoa Suffers Head Injury.”

Wil S. Hylton, “How Justin Tucker Became the Greatest Kicker in NFL History.”

Kevin B. Blackstone, “The Sanctimonious Baseball Purists Want to Elevate Aaron Judge. Don’t Let Them.”

Elizabeth Nelson, “Are We Missing Out When Athletes Retire on Top?”

The Athletic Staff, “Roger Federer to Retire from Professional Tennis; Laver Cup Will Be His Final Tournament.”

Tyler Kepner, “With His Seven Hundredth Homer, Albert Pujols Gives Us One Last Surprise.”

Tania Ganguli, “Nets Suspend Kyrie Irving Indefinitely after Antisemitic Movie Post.”

And Robert O’Connell, “Forget Madden. The Hottest Game in the NFL Is Chess.”

Humanities and Higher Education

Shannon Mattern, “The Long Goodbye.”

White House Briefing Room, “FACT SHEET: President Biden Announces Student Loan Relief for Borrowers Who Need It Most.”

Anne Helen Petersen, “The Beginnings of Student Debt Jubilee.”

Adrienne Liu, “For Biden’s Loan-Forgiveness Plan, a Flurry of Lawsuits, a Rollback, and a New Sticker Price.”

Kate Hidalog Bellows, “US Supreme Court Will Take Up Biden’s Debt-Cancellation Plan.”

Lauren Kaori Gurley, “In Largest Strike of 2022, California Academic Workers Walk off Job.”

Ana Tuazon, “The New School’s Part-Time Faculty Can’t Afford Not to Strike. We’re Fighting to Survive.”

Julia Foulkes, “Reckoning with The New School’s Legacies: A Comprehensive View Reveals Entrenched Inequities.”

Agnes Walton and Nic Pollock, “Empty Classrooms, Abandoned Kids: Inside America’s Great Teacher Resignation.”

Gabriele Griffin, “The ‘Work-Work Balance’ in Higher Education: Between Overwork, Falling Short, and the Pleasures of Multiplicity.”

Kevin R. McClure, “Higher Ed Is a Land of Dead-End Jobs.”

Silke-Maria Weineck, “Colleges Must Stop Trying to Appease the Right.”

Brendan Cantwell and Barrett J. Taylor, “The Right-Wing Attempt to Control Higher Ed.”

Karin Fischer, “A Playbook for Knocking Down Higher Ed.”

Ellen Schrecker, “The Fifty-Year War on Higher Education.”

Christopher John Newfield, “The Perpetual Job Crisis Needs a National Strategy.”

Karin Fischer, “The Return of College as a Common Good.”

Lee Gardner and Audrey Williams June, “The Perilous Predicament of the Very Small College.”

Grace Mayer, “Citing Financial Headwinds and Enrollment Woes, a Small College Says It Will Close.”

Jeffrey J. Selingo, “How to Stanch Enrollment Loss.”

Carolyn Kuimelis, “Just Five Universities Produce One-Eighth of the Nation’s Tenure-Track Professors.”

James Rushing Daniel, “The Cruelty of Faculty Churn.”

Zeeshan Aleem, “Why Carnegie Mellon’s Condemnation of a Professor’s Viral Tweet Is Troubling.”

Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, “Professors, It’s Time to ‘Rate Your Campus Admin.'”

Stephanie Saul, “At NYU, Students Were Failing Organic Chemistry. Who Was to Blame?”

Megan Zahneis, “‘A Historic Moment’: New Guidance Requires Federally Funded Research to Be Open Access.”

Eric Weiskott, “English PhD Stipends in the United States: Statistical Report.”

And Andrew Van Dam, “The Most-Regretted (and Lowest-Paying) College Majors.” (Hmm.)


Stephanie H. Murray, “Why We Long for the Most Difficult Days of Parenthood.”


And Alex Kozora, “Digital Ketchup Bottles Will Soon Appear at Acrisure Stadium.”


Hartwick College, “A First Day of Class Message from [New] President [of Hartwick College Darren] Reisberg.”

The Best of Our Knowledge, “Insights from a New College President.”

“SUNY Oneonta Attains University Status.”

And Vicky Klukkert, “City to Remove Wilber Park Basketball Court.” (The hoops are back up and will stay up until a new court is built in a different area of the park.)

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