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No. 392: Birthing bots, baseball reborn and a second look at our 2019 innovation love-in

  Did you miss us? We missed you, dear reader, but here we are, back on the beat just in time to wrap up another exciting week of socioeconomic innovation. It’s Friday, March 29, out there, and we’ve still got the warm fuzzies from Tuesday’s 2019 Innovator of the Year Awards, which filled the Crest Hollow Country Club with copious carbs, big brains and lots of love. Let’s go to the videotape: In case you…


No. 372: Cuomo balances, DeCarlo dares and Island water districts clean up (plus: designing a smarter smartphone)

  Middle ground: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, and the midpoint of another exciting (and chilly) workweek. It’s Jan. 16 out there, and if you had General Siyaj K’ak’ conquering the pre-Columbian Mayan city of Tikal in the name of King Spearthrower Owl of Teotihuacán on this date 1,641 years ago, well, that’s pretty amazing. Two-hundred cacao beans for you. Easy pray: Marking the 1786 signing of the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom, this and…