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Jimmy Iovine is in charge of Apple Music and his title is just 'Jimmy'

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Apple is planning a major “reboot” of its streaming music service Apple Music later this year, according to a detailed report from Bloomberg… 312 more words


To Assassin's Creed...And Beyond!

(Source: kotaku.com)

Assassin’s Creed Art Director Raphael Lacoste, who we’ve featured many times here on Fine Art, has a new book called Worlds, featuring not just personal work and his contributions to Hollywood movies but a lot of the best stuff he’s done on the AC series over the years. 162 more words


Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'We Want to Change the World Through Our Products'

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

On a question about what Apple stands for and what he’s most proud of, Tim Cook said Apple conducts business in a way that’s “right and just.” He pointed towards the company’s environmental efforts, use of renewable energy, focus on human rights, employee shareholder plans, and privacy efforts. 838 more words


Tuesday at Cheongster Cafe: Sound and Fury

(Source: themiddleground.sg)

by Felix Cheong

SINCE my MP-wannabe says he’s my servant –
And he’s certainly adamant
When he staked out his turf,
Swore he’s all out to serve – 213 more words

Current Affairs

My Quest To Win NBA MVP

(Source: kotaku.com)

Meet Lorenzen Patsatzoglou. He’s a better scorer than Steph Curry, a stronger rebounder than DeAndre Jordan, and, although this may sound a bit premature, I’d say he might go down as the best player in NBA history. 395 more words


Surpassing the Books May Be the Greatest Thing That Ever Happened to Game of Thrones

(Source: io9.gizmodo.com)

Game of Thrones is clearly done taking its time. The amount of plot that happened in last night’s episode, “Home,” is staggering; it moved as fast as an old man being tossed from a bridge, and it hit as hard as Cersei’s zombie-knightmare Ser Robert Strong. 2,819 more words


A 30-year friend of the Dalai Lama describes the biggest lesson he's learned from him

(Source: www.techinsider.io)

“Emotional Intelligence” author Daniel Goleman has been a friend of the leader of Tibetan Buddhism for 30 years.

He met him through Buddhist scholar Bob Thurman, and Goleman — then a science writer for the New York Times — helped arrange meetings between His Holiness and leading scientists. 321 more words