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Can You Still Hate The Sound Of Your Voice When It's Your Profession?
We know people cringe when hearing themselves on recordings, so how do narrators, podcast hosts, and other voice-centric professionals deal with it? Read now
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Message Saved
People are taking measures to record and preserve the voices that are most precious to them while they still can. Sometimes these voices are their own. Read now
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A New Chapter For Hearing Rehabilitation
Audiobooks help cochlear implant patients navigate a new world of language. Read now
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The Bandwidth Crisis You'll Never Experience (Hopefully)
Streaming, downloads, defense systems, driverless cars--global demand for the wireless spectrum is skyrocketing, but there's only so much to go around. What happens when we run out? Read now
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Hear What Scholars Think English Will Sound Like In 100 Years
Today's English is the result of hundreds of years of evolution, so why would we not expect it to keep changing? Here's what it might become by the 22nd century. Read now
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Theoretical Physicist Sean Carroll Reveals The 'Big Picture'
We spoke with the renowned expert and author about his poetic approach to naturalism, the mystery of consciousness, and understanding our place in the universe. Read now
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The Scramble To Preserve The World's Rarest Sounds
Hear some of the rare languages, pure natural soundscapes, and calls of species that are in danger of being silenced forever. Read now