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Marina Lostal (Silk Road Institute): Syria's World Cultural Heritage and Individual Criminal Responsibility. Eric Gibson on why the destruction of cultural heritage should be a war crime. After Boris Nemtsov’s assassination, “there are no longer any limits”. Jeffrey Goldberg on an accounting of the damage Netanyahu is doing to Israel. Pundits are no longer talking about the death of print, but rather the decline of print; five years from now they will be talking about the power of print, the power of digital and the power of whatever else is going to be invented. Ken Silverstein on where journalism goes to die: Glenn Greenwald, Pierre Omidyar, Adnan Syed and my battles with First Look Media. Why I am not a maker: When tech culture only celebrates creation, it risks ignoring those who teach, criticize, and take care of others. Quantified selves, self-directed surveillance, and the dark side of datification: Evan Selinger reviews The Formula: How Algorithms Solve All Our Problems — and Create More by Luke Dormehl. Yes to the Dress: Paul Ford is worried a little about the lesson that people will draw from that traffic. What that weird dress tells us about the metaphysics of consciousness: Philosophy can explain why we can't stop fighting about the dress. Meet Cates Holderness, the BuzzFeed employee behind #TheDress. Former University of Notre Dame president Father Theodore Hesburgh dies.