those aggregation sites like Reddit which act as a filter for
the internet by allowing people to vote on the best links or articles?
series is sort of like that, except without the voting, or the
the part about how the things you find are interesting and useful. It
isn't updated nearly as often, and it the site it's on is sort of cheap
because I don't really know anything about web design.
But other than all that stuff, I'd say they're pretty much identical.
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History Of Unethical Human Experimentation In The US [Wikipedia]
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