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Kabul bomber kicked out by India 5 years ago: magazine with IS links

A magazine known to be associated with the Islamic State claimed that the suicide bomber who targeted Kabul airport while teeming with people seeking to leave last month, killing more than 200 people, was arrested in India five years ago and then deported to Afghanistan. Identifying the suicide bomber as “Abdur Rahman al-logri,” pro-ISIS magazine Sawt-al-Hind (Voice of India) said: ...

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Emmanuel Olunkwa: a multifaceted designer has a new platform with Pin-Up Magazine

Name: Emmanuel Olunkwa Age: 27 Hometown: Los Angeles Now lives: In a one bedroom apartment in Brooklyn’s Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood. Claim to fame: Mr. Olunkwa is a filmmaker, freelance magazine editor and furniture designer who has just been appointed the new editor of Pin-Up magazine. He considers his interdisciplinary practice to be in keeping with the mantra of Marshall McLuhan, ...

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Hyperconverged infrastructure enables cities to evolve services to citizens

Today, officials in Columbus, Ohio, are happy to have embraced hyperconverged infrastructure, an investment that paves the way for the future, according to the city’s technology department. “We decided to take a completely different approach to how we provision infrastructure,” says Columbus CTO Sam Orth. “The objective was to modernize, to become more agile, to be able to set up ...

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AOC messaged with their first appearance at the 2021 Met Gala

For her first Met Gala appearance, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had to make a political statement. It was right. And since she was on fashion’s most glitzy night, surrounded by some of the most powerful and famous people in the world, what better way to get her message across about taxing the rich than by writing it down? in red on ...

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Bring Bitcoin to Ethiopia with Kal Kassa

Watch this episode on YouTube Listen to this episode: The spread of knowledge about the power of Bitcoin is no accident. Getting information out to those who need it requires the expertise and concerted effort of someone like Kal Kassa. Kassa is working with the Lightning Network and taking charge, pouring energy into raising awareness in more isolated areas. In ...

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Yet another reminder that many Bitcoin reviews are below average

Below is a direct excerpt from Marty’s Bent issue 1076: “Yet another reminder that many Bitcoin reviews are below average.” Sign up for the newsletter here. via NYT The above excerpt is from the Opinions section of the New York Times, and it’s a stark reminder of how serious many Bitcoin “critics” are. In his article published today, Binyamin Appelbaum ...

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Eckhaus Latta plays with contrasts for SS22

A range of stripped-down looks in a neutral palette debuted at the brand’s NYFW show. A range of stripped-down looks in a neutral palette debuted at the brand’s NYFW show. Eckhaus Latta stands for amusing and colored-usually. For its spring 2022 ready-to-wear collection, the brand that brought fun graphic print jeans into the mainstream of haute couture denim, proved their ...

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The five best economics books for learning Bitcoin

In this article, we’ll outline some of the best resources for finding out why failed economic practices led to the invention of bitcoin, exploring the first principles of economics, from the perspective of the Austrian economy. “Economics in a Lesson” – Henry Hazlitt “The Ethics of Money Production” – Jörg Guido Hülsmann “The origins of money” – Carl Menger “Anatomy ...

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Film Vault Summer Camp: First Color Short Films | Magazine

Even dedicated moviegoers may be surprised to learn that color has been an important part of filmmaking from the very beginning. Particularly fascinating are the various attempts to add color to films during the formative years of cinema, from hand coloring in the 1890s to “Glorious Technicolor” in the 1930s and beyond. Yet despite MoMA’s efforts to collect representative samples ...

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Article claiming that whole milk has made its “triumphant comeback”

An article declaring the “triumphant return” of whole milk divided readers, with some agreeing with the statement while others denounced the assertion. In an article for New York magazine ”s food and restaurant blog Grub Street, titled: “Whole Milk Mounts its Triumphant Comeback:” Hot Girls Ditch Alternatives and Get Back to Basics “”, writer Emily Sundberg reflects on her experience ...

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