Stella Spoils 12.19.18

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Palms-up to the travel gods because there's no need to limit your load when your carrier is as expandable and feather-light as this. A gargantuan 30L of weatherproof, puncture-resistant goodness, this duffel could fit a small town but folds down to pocket size. Made and designed by the guys who specialize in purposeful packing, this one from Matador is a true gem. 

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For half a century, the Stanford computer scientist Donald Knuth, who bears a slight resemblance to Yoda — albeit standing 6-foot-4 and wearing glasses — has reigned as the spirit-guide of the algorithmic realm. He is the author of “The Art of Computer Programming,” a continuing four-volume opus that is his life’s work. The first volume debuted in 1968, and the collected volumes (sold as a boxed set for about $250) were included by American Scientist in 2013 on its list of books that shaped the last century of science — alongside a special edition of “The Autobiography of Charles Darwin,” Tom Wolfe’s “The Right Stuff,” Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” and monographs by Albert Einstein, John von Neumann and Richard Feynman.

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