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My FA Cup road trip: Semi final

FA Cup columnist Chris Pratt’s first trip to visit Wembley’s hallowed arch leaves him with mixed emotions 724 more words

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The happy laughing killer toys of doom

by Sam Smith ’17  |  It’s a well known fact that dolls are evil. Baby dolls in particular, but all dolls really. The most gory movie in the world ( 425 more words

After School

An NYC Entrepreneur's Guide To Scaling A Company

 Editor’s note: David Politis is founder and CEO of NYC-based BetterCloud.

The latest class of early-stage startups is busy preparing to crush it at TechCrunch Disrupt NY.  819 more words

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A beautiful mother in every way

By Bruce Stambaugh

My late mother was a beautiful woman in so many ways.

Her physical features spoke for themselves at every stage of her long life. 614 more words

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Villagers armed with smartphones can help stem the rising rate of suicides in India

The stigma attached to mental illnesses is hurting India. Few are brave to speak about it to someone and fewer still get treated. The result is that, for every 100,000 Indians between 15 and 29 years old, 36 commit suicide annually—the highest rate among the youth in the world. 63 more words

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like Microsoft?

Editor’s note: Tadhg Kelly is a video game design consultant and the creator of leading blog What Games Are. You can follow him on Twitter  2,745 more words

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The State Of Hardware Crowdfunding In Q1

Editor’s note: Matt Witheiler is a general partner at Flybridge Capital Partners. You can follow him on his blog.

If the past few quarters were not proof enough that the hardware community is increasingly using crowdfunding for early validation and consumers are willing to take risks on new products, the first quarter of 2015 should settle the debate. 842 more words

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