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This Is How One Airline Is Getting Rid Of Lines At Airports

Very recently, when you entered JFK’s JetBlue Terminal Five, either from curbside check-in or from the escalators that bring you down from the AirTrain, all yousaw were verylong, curvy lines. 22 more words

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Future Present: See Artist Moholy-Nagy Juggle Photons At This Magnificent Guggenheim Exhibit

One day in 1923, an artist phoned a sign factory to order a batch of paintings. The artist composed an abstract pattern with the factory’s standard colors, and conveyed his design to the foreman using graph paper coordinates. 70 more words

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Correcting Tim Worstall of Forbes on Venezuelan Food Shortages

Preface: A few days ago I began an exchange with Tim Worstall over his article on Forbes regarding the food shortages in Venezuela. I noted that his work did not include an explanation for the shortages, nor did it acknowledge the economic warfare going on in the country. 1,426 more words

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Day In The Life: Being A Digital Nomad While Couch-Surfing The World

A day in the life of a digital nomad couch-surfing around the world.

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Pokémon Go Hits France Amid Rampant Safety Concerns

French fans, eagerly waiting for the official launch of Pokémon Go in their country, will have their dreams answered today, making French officials extremely nervous at the potential threats linked to their passion.

Source: Forbes.

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