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Postmortem communication, the death of voicemail, better winter cities, and an apple that never browns.
Welcome to your social afterlife.
Leaving a voice message is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
A genetically engineered perfect apple. Will you take the bite?
Can this plan make your town a great winter city?
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