- Reporter's Notebook: The Year in Ideas
Tis the season for, among other things, lists. On Sunday, the New York Times Magazine will publish its third annual "year in ideas"--inventions, breakthroughs and theories that the its editors call a "salute to the schemers, oddballs and other un orthodox geniuses toiling away in their labs and libraries, bent on changing the world.- Paul Tough helped compile the 67-item list that ranges from biblical taxation to makeup for men.
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