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Hand blown in Portland, Oregon with love and expertise, these masterpiece wine glasses–each with their own natural variation– arrive as a pair so you don't have to drink alone (I'm definitely getting four sets because this is the wine-ware I've been longing for). Brought to life through an outlook that the perfect wine glass is a science, intricately balancing volume, shape and rim architecture, this glass is designed and developed to compliment all varieties of wine and look classy AF doing so. Available in a variety of colors, get your here:

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In a small conference room at Google’s New York City headquarters, Yasmin Green is about to get some bad news. Green, 35, is the head of research and development at Jigsaw—the tech giant’s in-house think tank—and the trouble at hand has to do with trolls, those who foment anger and disrupt discourse online. People tend to think of trolls in terms of random harassment, teenagers with too much time on their hands, but these in particular are globally scattered and state-sponsored, targeting journalists and activists, an independent press, or outspoken citizens. Trolls are big, for instance, in Iran, where Green was born (her family fled to London in 1984). “Iran is really kind of trailblazing in terms of developing digital repression,” she likes to tell people.

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