Monthly Archives: November 2021

Do you dream of living without a home? | Editorial

During the pandemic, many people got used to remote working and for some it gave birth to the dream of living and working abroad. While moving to a new tax jurisdiction may allow some people to enjoy the best of both worlds – better weather conditions and better tax efficiency – there are a number of considerations they should keep ...

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Former Sun Editor-in-Chief Releases First Novel in Western Series | New

RUSSELLVILLE – Randal Seyler, a native of Pocahontas, published the first of his Western adventure novels and signed a five-book contract with DS Publishing, a leading publisher of Western fiction. Seyler, a graduate of Pocahontas High School and former editor of The sun, writes “Jehovah Moon; Texas Ranger: Stagecoach Shootout. The book, which was released in October by DS Productions ...

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PRESS RELEASE: BIGBEN: HALF-YEAR RESULTS 2021/22

Bigben Press release Lesquin, November 29, 2021 6:00 p.m. Uunfavorable basis of comparison for the 1H1 2021 /22 : Turnover: € 124.2m (-8.5%) Current Operating Profit: € 9.9 M (-41.6%) or 8.0% of revenue Net income: € 6.9m (-28.6%) Adjustment of 2021/22 targets: Sales between 270 and 300 M € Current Operating Profit of around € 24m Improved 2022/23 targets: ...

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Why did DC cancel Jack Kirby’s horror magazine after the first issue?

In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out if Jack Kirby’s horror magazine was canceled before DC even knew how much it sold. Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the eight hundred and eighteenth episode where we take a look at three comic book legends and determine if they are right or wrong. As usual, there will ...

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Rex Pickett dives into “The Archivist”

Rex Pickett doesn’t like to write about places he doesn’t know. The highly accomplished, two-time Oscar winner from San Diego is probably best known for writing the beloved novel “Sideways,” which was adapted into an even more successful film by Alexander Payne. The novel spawned two sequels and was even adapted into a musical by Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff. ...

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Myanmar’s Suu Kyi to Hear First Verdict in Junta Trial

job November 28, 2021 at 10:00 am through AFP Fallen Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to hear the verdict of her incitement trial on Tuesday, the first in a catalog of judgments handed down by a junta court that could jail her for decades. In this file photo taken on September 22, 2012, Burmese MP Aung San ...

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Saudi Arabia welcomes Australia’s designation of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization

DHAHRAN: For thousands of years, mosques have served as sacred ground for Muslims around the world. But there is more than meets the eye, with the Ithra Islamic Art Conference examining the deeper meaning and spiritual effects that mosques have on their communities. The conference is a collaboration between the Abdullatif Al-Fozan Prize for Mosque Architecture and Ithra, a premier ...

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If you thought you knew Michael Audain, think again

Breadcrumb Links Local arts Books Prominent art collector and benefactor Michael Audain takes a detailed journey through a long and well-lived life. Author of the article: Dana gee Polygon art collector / philanthropist and president Michael Audain is seen here at the Polygon offices in Vancouver. The artwork behind him, by British Columbia artist Takeo Tanabe, depicts the Jordan River ...

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Kanye West admits he ’embarrassed’ Kim Kardashian with presidential bid

Kanye West said he spent every day thinking about “how to reunite my family” and admitted to “embarrassing” his wife Kim Kardashian with her candidacy for the US presidency. The rapper goes through a catalog of his faults and misdeeds in a long Thanksgiving prayer shared on Instagram. Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February, citing irreconcilable differences, but ...

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Best sellers: Michael Caine and Aubrey Plaza do just enough in predictable drama

Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine are doing just enough in their light and predictable new film. When Michael Caine was on a promotional tour for Best Sellers, he gave an interview to The Guardian in which he said this film was probably his last. He cited his age, his backbone, a lack of roles and his burgeoning career as a ...

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CIWM and WasteAid announce waste management project in Gambia

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has announced the start of an 18-month funded partnership with WasteAid to support the development of a waste management strategy in the Greater Banjul region of The Gambia. Home to 26 percent of the Gambian population, the GBA currently lacks comprehensive waste management systems, according to the CIWM. WasteAid states that the project ...

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Bracken Bower Prize 2021: the finalists

The 2021 Bracken Bower Prize finalists address cybercrime, the future of higher education, and the stories of seven change actors fighting to stop climate change, in their proposals for new business books. The £ 15,000 prize, first awarded in 2014 and supported by the Financial Times and McKinsey, recognizes the best business book proposal from an author under 35 and ...

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RYU Apparel Celebrates 6th Anniversary With In-Store Event & Highlights & Next Steps Look Back

VANCOUVER, BC, November 24, 2021 / CNW / – RYU Clothing Inc. (TSXV: RYU) (OTCQB: RYPPF) (FWB: RYAA) (“RYU“or the”Society“), an award-winning urban sportswear designer, is proud to celebrate its sixth anniversary with an annual in-store shopping event – a tradition RYU has upheld since its inception. RYU store on Queen-Street West in Toronto (CNW Group / RYU Apparel Inc.) ...

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Hong Kong libraries remove books for “violation” of national security law – Radio Free Asia

Hong Kong public libraries quietly removed from shelves books deemed politically “sensitive” under a national security law imposed on the city by the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP). More than 100 titles – many of which refer to the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989 – have reportedly disappeared from Hong Kong’s public library system since the law came into force on ...

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Nufarm renews sponsorship of GreenCare for Troops

Nufarm, Alsip, Illinois, announced its continued sponsorship of EverGreen Project, Cleveland, Ohio, and its GreenCare for Troops program. The program, which celebrates its 15th year in 2021, provides free lawn and landscape maintenance services to military personnel with a deployed family member. As the title sponsor of GreenCare for Troops, Nufarm will contribute $ 75,000 to the award-winning initiative. Nufarm’s ...

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Philly Food influencer wrote a cookbook using Trader Joe’s products

Questions and answers Local grammar writer Tracey Korsen talks about her newly released cookbook, as well as what’s still in her grocery store. Get wellness tips, workout trends, healthy eating and more straight to your inbox with our Be Well newsletter. Cooking with 5 Trader Joe’s Ingredients, written by Philly resident and food Instagrammer Tracey Korsen, is released today. / ...

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National Standardbred 2022 Yearling Catalog online now

Another high quality harness racing sales catalog has been assembled for the 2022 edition of the NZB Standardbred National Yearling Sale to be held in Karaka and Canterbury Farm Park next summer. NZB Standardbred Fourth Annual Yearling Harvest Online Catalog now available for viewing here, with printed copies expected to arrive in mailboxes in December. Following last year’s successful format, ...

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Sylvère Lotringer, force of change of form of the avant-garde, dies at 83 years old

Sylvère Lotringer, who popularized French critical theory in the United States, helped inspire the “Matrix” film series, lectured for celebrities from the counter-culture, lent his name to a character from a acclaimed novel and a television series based on it, sparked rants on Fox News and founded an influential publishing house – all while trying to erase memories of a ...

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Haute Jewels Geneva 2022 will present 16 jewelry brands

Everything is ready for Haute Jewels Geneva 2022 from March 30 to April 5, 2022, with 16 of the world’s leading jewelry brands joining the event at the Fairmont Grand Hotel in Switzerland. According to the organizers, Haute Jewels Geneva is expected to be “bigger and better, promising to be a glorious celebration of fine jewelry”, where exhibitors will present ...

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O’Hanlon wins Varuna / NEWC scholarship | Books + Publishing

November 22, 2021 @booksandpublishing James O’Hanlon won the 2021 Varuna / New England Writers’ Center (NEWC) Fellowship for his manuscript “I Love Spiders”. O’Hanlon receives a week-long writing residency at Varuna, The National Writers’ House, in the Blue Mountains. The scholarship, which will start in 2022, also includes full board and accommodation in Varuna, funds for travel and one-on-one consultation ...

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Movie Review: Best Sellers

In review of the film Bestsellers I could just say three words, Sir Michael Caine. Usually that’s enough for me, but you probably want more. So here’s why you should absolutely see his latest movie. Sir Michael Caine in Best Sellers Bestsellers, the film is a story about Harris Shaw (Sir Michael Caine), a lonely and retired writer. Her first ...

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Lakeview graduate “Classroom Clown” helps others as a school psychologist | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Diane M. Ross, originally from Cortland, is performing a comedy in Northern Virginia. Ross’s memoir “First Generation Normal” publishes on Thanksgiving Day. CORTLAND – In a life full of improbabilities, half-hearted student Diane M. Ross has become the lady who motivates reluctant youth to love education. “I was not a good student, a bit of a class clown, ...

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Kobo Plus subscription program now available in Italy

Kobo Plus is a subscription service in Italy. This program gives book lovers unlimited access to hundreds of thousands of titles of Kobo eBooks and audiobooks for as little as € 9.99 per month, in partnership with Mondadori Store. Digital content can be read or listened to on the Kobo apps for Android or IOS, or on their new Kobo ...

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The British establishment has split in two, each convinced they are the underdog

20 November 2021 BORIS JOHNSON is besieged on all sides. The stories of “tory sleaze” multiply. Constituencies in northern England are furious over plans to cut high-speed rail. Yet the Prime Minister nonetheless found time on November 15 to don a white tie and tail and address the Lord Mayor’s annual banquet at London’s Guildhall. Filled with people far more ...

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Journalist recalls the pivotal celebrity story of Elizabeth Holmes

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – The Fortune Magazine reporter whose coverage helped make Elizabeth Holmes a Silicon Valley sensation spoke on Thursday of how he ended up feeling like a pawn in the promotion by the entrepreneur of what she called a revolutionary blood test technology. Roger Parloff’s appearance on the witness stand marked a pivotal moment in Holmes’ 10-week ...

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Marcel Duchamp Hauser & Wirth Publishers Art Book

When Marcel Duchamp published in 1959, it became the go-to publication on the artist for decades to come. While the French version of Trianon Press has been reprinted several times, the English version of Grove Press has been out of print for over two decades – so far Hauser & Wirth Publishers has published a facsimile of this classic monograph. ...

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Porto Rocha’s new ‘motion-first, artist-centric’ identity for the world’s leading music network

It’s a redesign that puts animation and musicians at the heart of the brand to strengthen Vevo’s position both as an expert in music video culture and as a champion of the artists involved. Elements have been introduced that allow Vevo to expand beyond its classic filigree and into a more editorial and culturally focused space. It is an identity ...

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Jimmie Durham (1940-2021) – Artforum International

Sculptor and poet Jimmie Durham, who parodied and challenged Native American stereotypes in his work even as the question of his ancestors sparked criticism and controversy, died on November 17 in Berlin at the age of eighty-one. . The news was confirmed by the Kurimanzutto gallery, based in Mexico City, which represents the artist. Durham received in 2019 the prestigious ...

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Technology Review Magazine 2021 issue 2

Ericsson CTO’s perspective Erik Ekudden on the essential role of mobile networks There is much more awareness today than just a few years ago of the critical role that mobile networks play in digital infrastructure, especially when it comes to ensuring availability, reliability, sustainability and affordability. Where 5G networks have become the norm, our vision of mobile networks as the ...

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Biden’s pick for antitrust justice job Jonathan Kanter gets Senate approval

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s choice to lead competition law enforcement at the Justice Department has gained Senate approval as his administration pursues actions against outsized market power it has condemned in several sectors, including big tech, healthcare, airlines and agriculture. The bipartisan vote on Tuesday was 68-29 to confirm Jonathan Kanter, an antitrust lawyer who has opposed tech giants ...

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Goffs UK December HIT Sale Catalog Released | Blood Stock News

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Movie Talk: Happy Birthday Harry Potter! Celebrating 20 years of cinematic magic

You are a wizard Harry … Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint starred in Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone two decades ago From the mind of a struggling single mother was born a series of children’s books that took the world by storm, sparking an era of young people to read and thereby capturing the hearts of an ...

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Harry Styles dons dresses and heels as he covers Dazed magazine

“I don’t consider myself a style icon”: Harry Styles dons dresses and heels and discusses his new beauty brand as he covers Dazed magazine By Callum Wells For Mailonline Posted: 12:30 p.m. EST, November 15, 2021 | Update: 12:46 p.m. EST, November 15, 2021 Advertising Harry Styles made a style statement posing for the cover of the winter issue of ...

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Author Mitchell Ryan’s new book “Fall of a Sparrow” is a semi-autobiographical account of the author’s life and career, focusing on his relationship with his son.

MAR VISTA, Calif. (PRWEB) November 12, 2021 Mitchell Ryan, actor, artist and writer, has completed his new book “Fall of a Sparrow”: a personal and up-close look at the author’s life through tragedies and triumphs. As Ryan puts it, “This is not the autobiography of a typical actor. “And then I made this movie. “And then I played this piece. ...

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SWOT Analysis of Children’s Publishing Market by Size, Status and Forecast to 2021-2027 | Candlewick Press, Hachette Book Group

Stratagem Market Insights recently published the Youth publishing market Information report which presents a broad-based guideline regarding current and past market trends, market size, share, driving factors, major industry competitors as well as factors for constant growth in the market. Focuses on the major global players in children’s publishing for Define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition ...

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Ignorance of central banks, inflation and Bitcoin

Watch this episode on YouTube Listen to this episode: In this episode of Bitcoin MagazineIn the “Fed Watch” podcast, Christian Keroles and I sat down to take stock of Federal Reserve news and central bank activity around the world. Topics for this episode included the people at the Federal Reserve and their positions, the Fed’s stability report, the Treasury curve ...

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Opus One Studios and Code of Support Foundation publish graphic history of American veterans

MCLEAN, Virginia, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Opus One Studios, publisher of creative products supporting deserving causes, today announced the release of a graphic novel-style publication to support the Education & Engagement program of the Code of Support Foundation by recounting the history of American veterans and introducing readers to the United States armed forces. Cover of “Johnny ...

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Maurizio Cattelan: The Last Judgment – Announcements

Adopting its title from the fresco by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, The last judgement is a focused look at the more than three-decade career of Maurizo Cattelan (b.1960, Padua, Italy) as one of the most popular and controversial artists in the contemporary art scene, taking a more rarefied approach to delivering the opportunity to take a break and reflect ...

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Listening to Favorite Music Improves Brain Plasticity and Cognitive Performance in Alzheimer’s Patients, Toronto Researchers Find

Newswise – November 9, 2021, TORONTO, CANADA – Researchers at the University of Toronto (U of T) and Unity Health Toronto have demonstrated that repeated listening to personally significant music induces beneficial brain plasticity in patients with the disorders mild cognitive or early Alzheimer’s disease. Changes in neural pathways in the brain correlated with increased memory performance on neuropsychological tests, ...

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Sourcebooks sends eight associates to Worzalla “printing university”

Sourcebooks, a leading entrepreneurial publisher, recently sent eight of its associates to the Worzalla Printing University program, an intensive workshop aimed at educating publishing professionals on the book-making process. Specializing in printing high-quality children’s books, movie books and cookbooks, Worzalla gave attendees first-hand insight into every step of the book printing process from start to finish. The workshops were conducted ...

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Why did BandLab buy ReverbNation?

Image Credit: BandLab The BandLab music creation platform continues to grow, adding ReverbNation to its exciting portfolio. BandLab Technologies is a Singaporean music company whose main goal is to give music creators access to fantastic free features. The company just expanded its collection of businesses, which includes NME, MusicTech, CakeWalk and the live streaming platform Chew, by acquiring ReverbNation from ...

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“Waiting for Godot” in Yiddish to play at the Royal Swedish Theater – The Forward

The Swedish National Theater, Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm, ordered the Congress for Jewish Culture to stage the play by Samuel Beckett, “Waiting for Godot” in Yiddish on November 13 and 14. This will be the first Yiddish production in the history of the Swedish national stage for “spoken theater”, a venerable institution founded in 1788. All performances will be ...

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Deezer joins RTL + as music streaming partner

Global audio streaming service Deezer, is proud to announce that it has entered into a long-term strategic partnership with RTL Deutschland, Germany’s leading media group specializing in broadcasting, streaming and digital entertainment. Deezer will be the music, audiobook and radio partner of RTL + ‘s cross-media extension, which will be launched in the first half of 2022. German music fans ...

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Winchester Women Celebrate Release of First Book | Winchester Star

WINCHESTER – Poor Jill. She hired 10 chefs to work in her Japanese restaurant, only to find that nine of them weren’t quite up to the task. That’s the premise of “Ten Bumbling Chefs,” a new children’s book by author Kimberli Ball and illustrator Abigail MacKnight, both of Winchester. “Ten Bumbling Chefs,” which was released Wednesday, takes place on the ...

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Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021

Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021 Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021 Updated: November 5, 2021 9:48 a.m. CDT Hide transcription Show transcript ♪ >> I AM JOSH DANZIG WITH WHERE Y’AT MAGAZINE. NOVEMBER BRINGS COEROL TIME AND A LOT OF ACTIVITY IN THE CITY OF THE CROISSANT. HAD MOVED ...

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Presentation of contemporary African art

A Sliema gallery showcases contemporary African art on the island with an exhibition by Ethiopian artist Dawit Adnew. It comes at a time when Malta has just opened an embassy in Ethiopia. Adnew presents a collection of 19 works in acrylic painting, which closely resemble the work of French impressionist artist Paul Gauguin and which are sure to strike anyone ...

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Taika Waititi to adapt graphic novel ‘The Incal’ to film – deadline

Oscar winner Taika Waititi (Bunny Jojo, Dogs Reservation) signed to direct the first feature film adaptation of the successful graphic novel by Alejandro Jodorowsky and MÅ“bius, The Incal, for Humanoids and Primer Entertainment. Waititi will also co-write the script for the project, marking Humanoids’ first foray into cinema, with frequent collaborator Jemaine Clement (What we do in the shadows, Theft ...

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Discussing Bitcoin and the Interest Rate Error

Watch this episode on YouTube Listen to this episode: In this episode of Bitcoin Magazine“Fed Watch” podcast, Christian Keroles and I met Dylan LeClair from Bitcoin Magazine‘s Deep Dive once again. LeClair is one of the people most familiar with the niche between market techniques and bitcoin fundamentals. It was great picking your brains out on the Federal Reserve’s current ...

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“1001 Thousand and One Nights” and “Rubaiyat” among the iconic texts available at the Sharjah Book Fair

On Tuesday, visitors to the Sharjah Book Fair browse some rare collections at the Peter Harrington booth. Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan / Gulf News Sharjah: Peter Harrington, London’s leading rare book dealer, presents another exceptional collection of 100 titles for Arabian Gulf collectors in his brand new catalog Sharjah 2021. Compiled for the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF), which takes ...

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DOJ sues to block publication of “Behemoth”: NPR

A picture shows the headquarters of the Random House publishers in central London on October 29, 2012 before its merger with Penguin. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL / AFP via Getty Images) LEON NEAL / AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle legend LEON NEAL / AFP via Getty Images A picture shows the ...

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Justice Department files antitrust complaint to stop major book publisher merger – Maryland Daily Record

By: Associated Press November 2, 2021 The Justice Department is suing to block a $ 2.2 billion book publishing deal that would reshape the industry, saying the consolidation would hurt authors and readers. Enter your username and password in the fields above to access subscriber content on this site. Your subscription includes a set of login credentials for your exclusive ...

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Access and action: healthcare systems put big data to work

Across industries, companies are now managing more data, almost 14 petabytes on average, according to Dell Technologies’ Global Data Protection Index 2020 (1 petabyte equals just over one million gigabytes). In healthcare, providers and patients want to see more with all of this data. Some 75% of healthcare consumers want to work with providers on wellness goals, according to a ...

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Reality according to Tom McCarthy

McCarthy’s remarkable and sometimes infuriating new novel “The Making of Incarnation” deepens and extends these reflections even as his contempt for conventional realism remains steadfast. Like “Ulysses”, a text that McCarthy cherishes, the book combines the very new and the very old. Its protagonist (as far as he has one) is Mark Phocan, the chief engineer of a motion capture ...

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from the insightful drawings of Bridget Riley and a pioneer of light and space to the final thoughts of critic Robert Storr

Bridget Riley, Working Drawings, texts by Lucy Askew and Gene Baro, The Bridget Riley Art Foundation and Thames & Hudson, 296pp, £ 45.00 (hb) This volume of drawings by British artist Bridget Riley provides an overview of her practice through a selection of over 150 drawings, color analyzes, notations, scale studies and caricatures. Riley says in the foreword that the ...

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EU must show leadership and clear ambition at COP26, say MEPs

The world’s desperate attempts to avert a climate catastrophe – and, in particular, what world leaders are prepared to contribute to it – will be focused in Glasgow over the next two weeks, at the COP26 climate conference. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will be present on behalf of the EU, visiting Glasgow on Monday and Tuesday. At ...

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