- The "most readable" articles on the WEB

The "most readable" articles on the WEB


List of the "most readable" articles on the internet can be subjective, as readability preferences vary from person to person.

"The Great A.I. Awakening" by Gideon Lewis-Kraus 
- New York Times Magazine.. A captivating story about Google's quest for artificial intelligence.

"The Dark Side of Dubai" by Johann Hari 
- The Independent.. An eye-opening article about the hidden struggles in the glitzy city of Dubai.

"The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes" by John Carreyrou 
- Vanity Fair.. A compelling narrative about the rise and fall of Theranos and its founder.

"The 36 Questions That Lead to Love" by Daniel Jones 
- The New York Times.. An exploration of the questions designed to foster intimacy between two people.

"The Really Big One" by Kathryn Schulz 
- The New Yorker.. A thought-provoking article about the potential for a massive earthquake in the Pacific Northwest.

"The Case for Reparations" by Ta-Nehisi Coates 
- The Atlantic.. A powerful essay examining the history and implications of reparations in the United States.

"The Boy Who Lived on Edges" by Carla Power 
- Longreads.. A touching story about a boy with a rare genetic condition and his family's journey.

"The Overprotected Kid" by Hanna Rosin 
- The Atlantic.. An exploration of the benefits of risk-taking and unstructured play for children.

"The Man Who Knew Too Little" by Nick Schmidle 
- The New Yorker.. A fascinating profile of an ordinary man who found himself in extraordinary circumstances.

"The Alarming Case of the Missing Congressional Intern" by Jessica Contrera 

- The Washington Post.. A true-crime story about a mysterious disappearance on Capitol Hill.
"The Perfect Storm" by Sebastian Junger 

- Outside.. A gripping account of the 1991 Perfect Storm and the events leading to it.
"The Most Important Scientist You’ve Never Heard Of" by Tom Clynes 

- Smithsonian.. A profile of Norman Borlaug, a scientist who played a key role in the Green Revolution.
"The Disruption Machine" by Jill Lepore 

- The New Yorker.. A critical analysis of the concept of disruptive innovation in the business world.
"The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating Right" by Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz 

- Grub Street.. An extensive guide to healthy eating and nutritional advice.
"The Ghosts of the Tsunami" by Richard Lloyd Parry 

- The Guardian. A haunting account of the 2011 tsunami in Japan and its aftermath.
"The Best Way to Save People From Suicide" by Jason Cherkis 

- The Huffington Post.. A poignant exploration of suicide prevention strategies.
"The Deadly Global War for Sand" by Vince Beiser 

- Wired.. A look into the environmental and social impact of the global demand for sand.
"The High Price of Multitasking" by Peter Bregman 

- Harvard Business Review.. An insightful piece on the costs of multitasking in the modern workplace.
"The Panama Papers: Victims of Offshore" by The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)An exposé on the global impact of offshore tax havens based on the Panama Papers.
"The Year of Conquering Negative Thinking" by Lesley Alderman 

- The New York Times.. A practical guide to overcoming negative thinking and fostering a positive mindset.

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