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      CreditAshley Gilbertson for The New York Times

      Where the Despairing Log On, and Learn Ways to Die

      It has the trappings of popular social media, a young audience and explicit content on suicide that other sites don’t allow. It is linked to a long line of lives cut short.

       By Megan Twohey and

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      Jimmy Chen graduated from Stanford, worked at Facebook and left for a fellowship, hoping to produce software for people in poverty. His start-up, Propel, offers a free app that five million households use to manage their food stamp benefits.
      CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times

      How Tech Is Helping Poor People Get Government Aid

      Even as the government expanded aid programs, many people faced barriers to using them. That problem is now being addressed with apps and streamlined websites.



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