Annalee Newitz

Annalee Newitz is an American journalist who covers the cultural impact of science and technology. She received a PhD in English and American Studies from UC Berkeley, and in 1997 published the widely cited book, White Trash: Race and Class in America. From 2004–2005 she was a policy analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. She writes for many periodicals from 'Popular Science' to 'Wired,' and from 1999 to 2008 wrote a syndicated weekly column called 'Techsploitation.' She co-founded 'other' magazine in 2002, which was published triannually until 2007. Since 2008, she is editor-in-chief of 'io9,' a Gawker-owned science fiction blog, which was named in 2010 by The Times as one of the top science blogs on the internet.



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the sole patch of dry land for kilometers around.
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Mebon is a monument to the spiritual power of water. But it’s also testimony to the ingenuity of Angkorian laborers who kept the annual monsoon floods contained with large reservoirs like the West Baray, and slaked the city’s thirst during the dry season with a system of canals that diverted water from distant mountain rivers.
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