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Remember when there were only two seasons in fashion? It started with Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter. Then came the additions of Pre-Fall and Resort. Now, it’s season-less (Burberry’s “see-now-buy-now” collections, anyone?). Fashion shows have also become increasingly co-ed. Mixed-gender shows are trending, with big labels like Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Paul Smith – to name just…

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Digital marketing has helped various organizations to get recognition in the market. As you already know that a good website plays a crucial role in the marketing of the companies and, their services. It helps them in developing their business globally. Due to the trend of online business, many of the companies want to do…

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There’s nothing you can do to help but see your guests tirelessly grinding on the uncooked portions of what you describe as cooking at your best! Who’s to blame for such embarrassment? Your cooking skills? , Surely not. Perhaps, you need to have a second thought on your existing cooking appliances. It’s the low quality…

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What follows is not meant to be a deep philosophical comparison nor is it meant to offend Christians or Muslims. The totality of the comparisons however may provide some new perspective and food for thought. 1. Both were Middle Eastern religious rebels against the strongest empire of their age Duis autem vel eum iriure dolor in hendrerit…

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There’s value in learning to be comfortable with being uncomfortable When I first started training for marathons a little over ten years ago, my coach told me something I’ve never forgotten: that I would need to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. I didn’t know it at the time, but that skill, cultivated…

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Last weekend marked the end of one of my favorite things — watching the Olympics and all of the drama and stories of thousands of athletes trying their best to achieve greatness. On Monday, I started 3 days of attending YCombinator Demo Day events which unleash hundreds of entrepreneurs doing what is in many ways the same…

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A quick look into the world of Guerrilla Marketing Advertising can be manipulated and interpreted throughout various mediums of marketing. However, in the current age of marketing, it is important to portray a level of originality and uniqueness when delivering your message and promoting your idea. When approaching marketing with a different path than the…

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If you ask just about anyone what they’d like to do more of, travel is bound to be one of the most common answers. For those of us who don’t travel a ton, we want to see new and exciting destinations—and we want to do it more frequently. For those of us who travel a…

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U.S. participation in the Combined Bomber Offensive, designed to destroy German industry and morale and drive the Third Reich from the war, might also have developed more slowly. Given the limited impact and immense cost of the CBO in its early stages, however, it’s unclear how much of a net impact on the tides of…

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When talking about Slavoj Žižek, people’s attitude don’t negotiate between love and hate. This Slovenian philosopher has thousands of devoted fans, receives even more global criticism. People who like Žižek deem him as “the Elvis of cultural theory”, the “Foucault of Our Time” (Wallace 1998) and Žižek indeed has an exuberant personality, which is stylish…

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In a recent article on Medium Tobias Stone argued that we could be sleep-walking into World War III. Humans recurrently stumble into periods of mass blood-letting. On the eve of war, few of its victims recognise the gravity of what is upon them. Small events can trigger a chain reaction that leads to a major…

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One of the big things that inspires me in photography, life, and technology is the ability to “democratize”, to add “access”, and to make things “affordable” to the masses. For a little bit of personal background; I grew up “lower-working class” (my mom was more or less a single mom, working 3-part time jobs, and…

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How last summer’s shocking outbreak of Legionnaires disease in The Bronx was really about neighborhood poverty Although it’s relatively rare, Legionnaires disease isn’t unheard of in the United States. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that U.S. hospitals see between eight thousand and eighteen thousand cases every year. Last year, however, the disease…

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As some of you may know, we are preparing on launching our DIY website builder on our sister site www.youglobalize.com This is separate to our blog builder here on this site and caters for regular websites as opposed to blogs and writing platforms. This website builder is super easy to use and we thought we’d…

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When it’s functioning properly, a cathode ray tube is an engineering marvel more impressive than the Golden Gate Bridge. You might have seen a tube in an older TV, but to appreciate it fully is to know what’s happening within. The inside of a cathode ray tube is a near vacuum, a close cousin to…

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Today, we’re launching a new feature for Svbtle members: it’s a promise that the Svbtle service and your published content will remain available on the web forever. You can read the details here: Svbtle Promise → One of the biggest downsides of investing time and energy into using a new startup’s service is the nearly…

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I’ve never understood the appeal. The times I sampled coffee, all I tasted was hot and bitter. My face contorts, my teeth grit, and I involuntarily convulse. My distaste puts me in the minority opinion. It’s more than just a drink. I get that. Coffee’s a ritual, an emotional holistic experience. It’s the most traded…

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Mar 29

Red Hills

Have you heard the story of red hills? Once upon a time there was a young peasant woman named Maggie whose husband, Alfie, died. After a few years had passed, Maggie fell in love and married again. Her second husband, John, was a blacksmith and a kind and generous man. Maggie felt very happy, yet…

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I want to discuss a popular TV show my wife and I have been binge-watching on Netflix. It’s the story of a family man, a man of science, a genius who fell in with the wrong crowd. He slowly descends into madness and desperation, lead by his own egotism. With one mishap after another, he…

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Yesterday, I officiated my fifth wedding (Steven and Miranda, Wes and Amber, Shafer and Sasha, Wim and Brenda, now Willis and Elida). The wedding was at the Belmont Hotel. It was a beautiful day with the Dallas skyline as a backdrop. For every ceremony, I try to write something original, something specific and personal to…