Megan Garber

The Atlantic

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Shoe making may not be rocket science, but crafting a ‘stiletto that feels like a wedge’ is.

Rocket Science and the High Demand for a Comfy High Heel

Shoe making may not be rocket science, but crafting a ‘stiletto that feels like a wedge’ is.

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USA Today was one of several news outlets to report on the so-called " selfie-shoe " -- and then had to clarify how it fell for a corporate stunt on April Fool's Day.

Why the Internet Ruined April Fool's Day

USA Today was one of several news outlets to report on the so-called " selfie-shoe " -- and then had to clarify how it fell for a corporate stunt on April Fool's Day.

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