Posts Tagged ‘Vox videos’

How animation got real

June 23, 2020

Cartoon figures’ movements became more fluid and natural after Max Fleischer invented the Rotoscope. Vox’s Phil Edwards explains.

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Fauci

May 21, 2020

Who is Dr. Anthony Fauci? A Vox video by Phil Edwards, Mona Lalwani, and Rajaa Elidrissi.

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Voting by mail could save the US election

May 18, 2020

Sending voters to polling places during the coronavirus pandemic in November would endanger both the election and the electorate. Voters shouldn’t have to risk their lives to perform their civic duty. They don’t have to. Americans have long voted through the mail. It’s safe, simple, and secure.

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Mass Layoffs in the US, But Not the UK

May 15, 2020

Millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus crisis. But it didn’t have to be that way. Liz Scheltens of Vox explains.

More:

“Pandemic shows contrasts between US, European safety nets,” David McHugh., Associated Press

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Why You Should Wear a Mask

May 7, 2020

They don’t make you invincible, but they’re important in a pandemic. A Vox video by Laura Bult, Danush Parvaneh, and Estelle Caswell.

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Facial Recognition

May 4, 2020

Facial Recognition, a Vox video explainer from Joss Fong.

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How South Korea Slowed Coronavirus

April 21, 2020

South Korea slowed the spread of COVID-19 through testing and tracing. A Vox video by Christina Thornell, Danush Parvaneh, Ranjani Chakraborty and Mac Schneider.

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Paid Sick Leave: Essential to Beating Coronavirus

April 9, 2020

If your grocery, food service, and delivery workers don’t get paid time off when they’re sick, then they need to work while sick, potenially infecting you. When corporations value profits over public safety, we all lose. A Vox video.

Related:

“The Trump administration issued a new rule that blocks guaranteed paid sick leave for 75% of American workers,” Isaac Scher, Business Insider

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New Diseases Come In From the Wild

April 7, 2020

COVID-19 was bound to happen. A Vox video.

Related:

“From Bats to Human Lungs, the Evolution of a Coronavirus,” Carolyn Kormann, The New Yorker

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Prevent Coronavirus: Wash Your Hands. With Soap.

March 26, 2020

Wash your hands. Use soap.

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