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September 12, 2015

Recommended Reading: Streaming is the future of New York Fashion Week

by John_A

Creatures Of The Wind - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you’ll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.

Why Live Streaming Is the Future of Fashion Week
by Chavie Lieber

Don’t worry about trying to secure a ticket to New York Fashion Week. In September 2014, 2.6 million people livestreamed the festivities rather than making the trip to the Big Apple. And the best part? The runway shows are available for free through the NYFW app on iOS and Android.

Breaking Madden: 44 Quarterbacks vs. 44 Defensive Ends
Jon Bois, SB Nation

A new NFL season means “Breaking Madden” is back, and the first matchup of the year puts 44 QBs up against 44 defensive ends.

Race to the Top: The Meaning of ‘Key and Peele’
Wesley Morris, Grantland

Key and Peele is no more, and this piece from Grantland’s Wesley Morris examines why the show was so important.

​The US Owes the World $4 Trillion for Trashing the Climate
Brian Merchant, Motherboard

This quick read looks into the United States’ role in global warming and what it could do to help.

How to Live with the 16GB iPhone’s Pitiful Storage
Brian Barrett, Wired

Let’s face it: 16GB of storage just won’t cut it for long on a new phone. And with iOS 9’s new imaging tech, you’re going to need a strategy.

[Image credit: Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images]

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