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  • Last Place Will Not Stop Ghana's First Skeleton Olympian From ...

    (For rookie viewers, skeleton is that fun-looking sport that sends humans sliding down the ice chins first and hearts open.) ... Because the Internet will always amplify an Olympian's most endearing antics, the video of his celebration has made the rounds through Twitter and Reddit where people a... Read article

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  • Here's Why People Throw Winnie the Pooh at Japanese Figure ...

    Brian Orser and Winnie the Pooh look on as their skater, Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu practices in preparation for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships at Budweiser Gardens. Steve Russell—Toronto Star via Getty Images. And when the skater competed at Sochi in the 2014 Winter Games, he carried a Win... Read article

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  • No, the Flu Shot Will Not Make You Spread the Flu

    (WASHINGTON) — Getting the flu shot won't make you spread the disease more, doesn't weaken your immune system but it does offer some protection from getting infected, despite misleading claims ... But one of the main authors of that study called the post “untrue” and “misleading,” not accurately ... Read article

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    capitalnewyork.com Playbook: How photogs got the Albany rally shot; Subways with longest delays | Capital New York

    Www.time.com --AMAZING CLICK: See TIME’s fold-out cover. http://goo.gl/UbuIP0 STATS FOR STRAPHANGERS – amNewYork cover, “Why your train is late: top reasons for increase in subway delays,” by Dan Rivoli: “Average … delays in 2013 increased 28.3% compared to the prior year. December alone saw 36,4... Read article

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    timemediakit.com TIME Media Kit » Nancy Gibbs

    Gibbs has a long history at TIME, serving most recently as deputy managing editor, where she oversaw TIME’s transition to a fully digital newsroom and led a working group to develop the framework for TIME.com’s mobile-based relaunch this fall. Gibbs is one of the most published writers in the his... Read article

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    nybooks.com A Black and Disgraceful Site by Jonathan Freedland | The New York Review of Books

    Martin's, 2006), reviewed in these pages by Raymond Bonner, January 11, 2007. ↩ 4 See Adam Zagorin, "Source: US Used UK Isle for Interrogations," www.time.com , July 31, 2008. ↩ 5 See McCaffrey's interviews with NPR in 2006 at www.npr.org and in 2004 with MSNBC at www.msnbc.msn.com . ↩ 6 See "Sec... Read article

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    magculture.com MagCulture – we love magazines

    Time Inc titles make group visit to New Orleans Print Matters is a one-day event about independent magazines. Organised by one of the people behind Let Them Eat Cake magazine, the day features a series of discussions, an exhibition and the chance to browse and buy some of the UK’s best indie mags... Read article

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    ted.com Craig Venter | Speaker | TED.com

    He was on Time magzine's 2007 list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. In early 2008, scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute announced that they had manufactured the entire genome of a bacterium by painstakingly stitching together its chemical components. By sequencing a genome,... Read article

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    cathnews.co.nz What excommunicating the mafia means - CathNews NZ

    Friday, June 27th, 2014 Latest News Pope Francis used the e-word against the mob for the first time this weekend. The Holy Father was celebrating mass on Saturday in Calabria, a mob-heavy region in southern Italy, when he deviated from his prepared remarks and announced that the mafia are excommu... Read article

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    amivitale.photoshelter.com Ancient Sport Of Mud Wrestling Survives In India | Ami Vitale

    So far no one here in Kolhapur is buying the mattresses and instead they continue the rigorous schedule of waking up at 3:30am six times a week and practicing more than 6 hours every day. They live together in one small room above the arena and their only belongings are a blanket, a few items of ... Read article

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    bloombergview.com Pesek on Asia: Japan's Corporate Taxes - Bloomberg View

    In this New York Times op-ed, Waseda University's Norihiro Kato looks at Abe'e penchant for wining, dining and spinning influential members of the media when controversies emerge, like his December visit to Yasukuni Shrine and the April sale-tax increase. "Abe," Kato writes, "has outdone previous... Read article

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    edisonmuckers.org Plastics | Thomas Edison Muckers

    The chemistry has been known for quite some time, but some very ingenious young folks make it economically possible … just like Edison when he beat out about 20 international invention teams to make the electric light bulb commercially practical. Pellets of plastic produced by the process The hea... Read article

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    faculty.georgetown.edu CCT510-Week 2

    Ads on major websites: CNN , Fox , Fox News , New York Times , Time Roland Barthes, Mythologies , 1, "Myth Today" (trans. Annette Lavers, 1984) (pdf). (An html version ) [One of Barthes' first descriptions of semiology, the term adopted by French theorists. A source of confusion may be his use of... Read article

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    huffingtonpost.com Marlo Thomas

    (0) Comments | Posted March 14, 2014 | 2:49 PM I am a proud American and passionate patriot -- but I am, first and foremost, a comedian's daughter. So I was triply thrilled to see President Obama make a special appearance this week on Zack Galifianakis' white-hot web series, "Between Two Ferns," ... Read article

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    spd.org Everywhere Else It's Called FOOTBALL... - Grids - SPD.ORG - Grids

    Design Director DW Pine explains why: "As with most special issues at TIME magazine, we developed nearly a dozen cover concepts -- portraits, action shots and illustrations -- before landing on Doug Fraser's striking, and colorful, player image. I've always been a fan of Fraser's impactful graph... Read article

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    swiftletfarming.blogspot.com Swiftlet Farming: Million Dollars A Year Income Potential.: Will The Young Birds Return Home To Be Beside Their Parent?

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    eduwonk.com Eduwonk » Blog Archive » Clips

    [if] you're trying to separate the demagogic attacks on NCLB from the serious criticism, this is the site to read" -- Ryan Lizza -- Hechinger Institute on Education and the Media's Richard Colvin "full of very lively short items and is always on top of the news...He gets extra points for skewerin... Read article

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    news.yahoo.com An End to Sunburn Pain: Scientists Say It’s Possible - Yahoo! News

    From Yahoo! News: For sun worshipers, the sting of the sunburn is sometimes the price of bronzed skin, but it doesn’t have to be that way, according to researchers. Read article

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