Monthly Archives: November 2021

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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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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Book Publishers Market Outlook 2021, Demand, Regional Analysis, Industry Value Chain

The latest research report on the Global Book Publishers Market provides the Cumulative Study on the COVID-19 Outbreak to provide the latest information on key features of the Book Publishers market. This intelligence report contains investigations based on current scenarios, historical records and future forecasts. The report contains various market forecasts related to market size, revenue, production, CAGR, consumption, gross ...

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