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The double gaze in Ex Machina (2015)

The female gaze is on the rise! Or at least, on television it is. LA Times reporter Meredith Blake analyzed a handful of television and Netflix series and comes to the conclusion that the traditional standards of filming and depiction of women on screen are going through a major change[1]. 1,855 more words

Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance

Rate: 4/5

Medium: Audiobook

Overview: My husband has been talking about wanting a Tesla for our next car for years, and upon reading this book I’ve now eagerly jumped on the electric car bandwagon. 316 more words

Book Review

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Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance

Rate: 4/5

Medium: Audiobook

Overview: My husband has been talking about wanting a Tesla for our next car for years, and upon reading this book I’ve now eagerly jumped on the electric car bandwagon. 316 more words

Book Review

Analysis: Who's on Wanelo?

Currently, Wanelo users come from a certain demographic but are looking to expand its user base. 85 percent of Wanelo’s traffic is coming from mobile devices. 473 more words

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Aromatics Elixir by Clinique (With a Footnote on Context)

Does anyone smell a scent like Aromatics Elixir for the first time and actually like it? I am not so sure, and I continue to be dubious. 759 more words

Fragrance

fiction: democracies are peace loving nations

Democracies are peaceful, these spread peace and are the answer to a war-torn world.  Toppled dictatorships ought to be replaced with democracy for a more peaceful planet. 1,543 more words

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