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All about Stuxnet, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, we continue our Web Wars! week with Michael Tanji’s extremely helpful explanation of what exactly Stuxnet, the computer worm thought to be slowing Iran’s nuclear development, is and what makes it special, and Yossi Melman’s extremely educated guess as to who is behind it. Books critic Adam Kirsch reviews Howard Jacobson’s Man Booker shortlisted The Finkler Question, which satirizes Jewish shame and non-Jewish philo-Semitism alike. Which, incidentally, is also what The Scroll strives to do.

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