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Worth every reading minute - this extremely interesting conversation between and Swami Sarvapriyananda of the Vedanta Society/ Ramakrishna Mission. via
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Jules Jan 15
Thanks to editor for her brilliant work on this . It includes research from , and . Here's the 'After' picture of Borris, the King Charles Spaniel featured in the piece. Pic courtesy of
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stark reality 8h
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Sean Diamond 4h
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You’re welcome (for reading it ) and thanks for sharing it! It is fascinating (#🤓) for someone who didn’t know the history of taxes in the British/American tradition! [spoiler:] Who would have guessed that taxing capital at a different rate originates from feudalism?
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NASA JPL Dec 15
Where did we come from? What will happen to the planets after we’re gone? Pour a cup of coffee and this:
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Diana Yeow 12h
The alert, for French football, , and fans especially. Before next month in the last 32, the profile of on my blog. 📝 You are welcome.😉📖
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Justin Mitchell Jan 16
Authorities say he killed 2 Brookhaven police officers. But was the suspect supposed to be on the streets? "In my opinion, a lot of people have blood on their hands. It should have never happened." A by , .
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WFMU Dec 15
"While album covers still survive as onscreen companions to digital listening, they have moved from the center of the experience to its periphery." What is lost when we “watch Netflix” rather than shows and “listen to Spotify” rather than songs?
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Simon Carswell Dec 1
Northern Irish students on : ‘The Republic has become a more attractive option’ - seven final-year students at Methody secondary school in Belfast discuss the UK's departure from the EU and what it means for them - & video via
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Janet Noome Dec 13
Erg goede met uiteindelijk een positief einde ➡️ "We can take control over our health each and everyday — with the basic decisions of what we eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner."
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Chrissie Giles ⚰🍰😺 Jan 15
Don't miss 's latest - a on gene therapy by and edited by "For people like Matt and James, these new treatments could be life-changing. There’s just one problem. For many of us, they won’t work."
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The Record Dec 25
Coming soon: A on how visibility is changing the lives of LGBTIQ+ people in Nepal.
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Justin Mitchell Jan 16
The deadliest year in Jackson in more than 20 years: What happened, and what's next? Read this from .
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Mary 'Mc' Kelly 21h
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The Marshall Project Jan 10
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Swarajya Dec 15
Why it is time for a new generation of scholars to study the life and works of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar.
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Namelass Jan 6
Man, this article hit home. The only comfort in reading this is my (perennially) bleak outlook and the constant sense of exhaustion is shared by an entire generation. Grea . Depressing yet very very relatable
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Spencer Wright Jan 7
submitting listener chatter! From on , a on the logistical and political hurdles to developing hardware products in Africa. Contains a lot of detail on how Africa's *huge* market operates:
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Tim Harford 21h
"How behavioural economics helped me kick my smartphone addiction" - my for the magazine is here:
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Zheping Huang Dec 4
Trump is limiting visas for Chinese high-tech students. But 40 years ago, the US educated the first talent for Beijing’s tech ambitions. My interviews w/ three Chinese scholars who were among the first to study in the US
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