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The Hunt For The Creator Of Bitcoin Keeps Coming Back To One Guy — And He May Be Hiding In Plain Sight

This morning, students at Aston University in Birmingham, England, claimed they’d narrowed down the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, to a writer named Nick Szabo. 1,035 more words


But, We'll Always Have Paris

Conversations from yesterday’s women of television prophesied the coming of the fall of the Black female image on television. “What I see now on television for the most part is a disgrace, as far as how we’re depicted… I won’t and don’t watch it” (Samuels). 1,078 more words

my Marilyn Monroe collection keeps growing

I have been collecting Marilyn Monroe stuff since 2008. I had taken a break for a while, then I got back into it and it has taking a mind of its own, its the same way with my Elvis Presley collection. 63 more words

Did Condé Nast enslave its interns? This liberal Condé Nast writer seems to thinks so.

This is how bad it’s gotten: the only way liberals can clamber their way out of their echo chamber is to sarcastically stumble into a reasonable position about economic policy.  392 more words


Don’t fight each other, that’s what the system wants. Fight the system.

…….so said Lynn Povich (who, along with others, sued Newsweek for sexual discrimination in 1970) at a conference I recently attended on women in media. 24 more words


Newsweek: Death on the Farm

When walking through the airport this weekend, I saw the latest cover of Newsweek and knew I had to pick up the magazine. The cover depicts a decrepit farm with the headline “ 120 more words

Food Literacy

April 14, 1944


I am 25 years old today, and another blow fell bright and early. We went to operations to find out our status. Lt. Fincham, Lt. 1,009 more words