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Goodreads review: The Raven

The Raven by Peter Landesman
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I first read this book not long after it came out. I was still at university, and was still enamoured of study and reading between the lines enough to think that if a text was gnomic enough it must have been super-profound, and if I didn’t get it, it was my fault and not the book’s. 723 more words

Consumption

Brexit sobers up the UK

That the Brexit will change a lot of things in the UK has already been predicted. But people who voted pro Brexit have claimed to be mainly unhappy with one particular change: imported wines will cost them on average 22% more in 2025 than now. 79 more words

Satire

Will it raise my cholesterol level and other questions about eating eggs

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – There is nothing paltry about the number of eggs consumed in Singapore every year. And our appetite for them has been growing. 766 more words

Money Matters

Alligators not allowed to get drunk in USA

Big news coming from South-Carolina: Two men have been arrested for feeding beer to an alligator. We have spoken to people who live in the area to see if they are aware that such an act would be punishable by law and could lead to a 300 dollar fine. 92 more words

Satire

Weekend Drives: Hyundai Ioniq - What's the fuel consumption of a hybrid like?

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Popular motoring wisdom says that hybrid cars are more efficient than your traditional gasoline-powered cars. Browsing through the Hyundai catalog backs this claim up. 450 more words

Technology

Commitment to Change; Youth Fashion Summit 2017, day 3

Copenhagen Fashion Summit serves as a platform for all areas of the industry to meet and discuss the ever pressing issue of sustainability in fashion. The event was led by inspirational speakers from leading NGOs such as… 926 more words

Savvy Saturday May 27, 2017

“Customers rarely make buying decisions around what the “average” customer in their category may do—but they often buy things because they find themselves with a problem they would like to solve.”

…from the Christensen Institute.

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