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Following Israel’s thwarting of Iran’s aerial attack, world leaders urge Netanyahu not to retaliate, and Biden says the US won’t support an Israeli counterattack. / AP, Axios

A mission to capture space junk has now rendezvoused with a second-stage rocket that’s been orbiting Earth since 2009. / Gizmodo

Tinnitus sufferers are finding relief with a new FDA-approved device that electronically stimulates the tongue—it works by distracting the brain. / NPR

Researchers have identified a link between car exhaust and signs and symptoms consistent with Alzheimer’s disease. / University of Technology Sydney

Just as there are people who have an innate sense of navigation, others do not, and GPS appears to diminish people’s wayfinding skills. / Ars Technica

See also: “At some point, I’m going to pick up a paper map.” What it’s like to switch to a circa-2011 BlackBerry in the year 2023. / Stephen’s Site

In online chats, Amazon drivers often refer to a dispatcher named “Wayne,” an imaginary nemesis who’s apparently based on a real person. / 404 Media

“The majority of what we are and who we are is kept private inside.” Twenty years of PostSecret. / Hazlitt

John Warner: There are values core to higher education that shouldn’t be handed over to generative AI—but that’s exactly what’s happening now. / Inside Higher Ed

A look back at the rise of the photocopier and its implications for copyright. / NEWART

“It is equally unsustainable to write about music as it is to write and perform music for a living.” After Pitchfork, what’s next for music criticism? / Boston Review

A pair of music archivists are unearthing lost recordings from major artists, and putting them back in the right hands. / The New York Times [+]

See also: A look inside George Martin’s Montserrat recording studio, which is currently crumbling into ruins. / Atlas Obscura

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