Shaunacy Ferro

Shaunacy Ferro is a senior staff writer for Her work has previously appeared in Fast Company, Popular Science, and Architect magazine, among others. She lives in Brooklyn and spends most of her free time taking photos of her cat.
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Forgotten Female Composer Finally Gets Credit for Her Famous Sonata
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A Brief History of the Irish Snug
New Chrome Update Will Improve Your Laptop’s Battery Life
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This App Helps You Read a More Diverse Range of Political News
New Study Replicates Stanley Milgram’s Infamous Shock Experiments
Samsung’s New TV Doubles as a Piece of Art
This Bike Map Shows You Where It's Safe to Ride
A Clock That Forces You to Do Math to Find Out the Time
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The National Archives Wants Your Help Transcribing Declassified Documents
New Collection of Alexander Hamilton’s Letters and Documents Now Online
If You Get a Call From a 473 Area Code, It’s Probably a Scam
How Globes Are Made, 1955 Edition
13 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Products You Need to Own Right Now
Compare New York City’s Past and Present in a New App
Raising Kids in the City Costs $9000 More Than in the Suburbs
A Visual Guide to the Women Venus's Geography Is Named For
A Beer Hotel Could be Coming to Ohio
Scientists 3D Printed Cheese
6 Ways Businesses Are Honoring International Women’s Day
Berlin Is Planning New Bicycle Superhighways
9 Up-Close Scientific Images from the Wellcome Image Awards
How to See Which Facebook Advertisers Have Your Data
Scientists Can Measure Exactly How Much Pee Is in the Pool
This Mini Retirement Community in Japan Looks Like an Elf Village
Why Planes Don’t Fly Any Faster Than They Did in the 1960s
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