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Frieze art fair: co-founder Matthew Slotover and the post-Internet scene

The Frieze art fairs in London and New York are the reference points for the brave new world of contemporary art: at once ground-breaking and commercial, edgy and established, and a badge of honour for the galleries selected to sell there. 1,237 more words

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The Case for Gold Flatware - Day 365

I often strive to be perfect in other people’s eyes, or at the very least, not disappoint them. This perfection complex invades everything I do, from typing an impeccable blog post, to being an exceptional friend, dog-mom, sibling, co-worker, and fiancé. 893 more words


Arthur Brouwer, CEO of Heesen Yachts on why you should buy a superyacht

The new CEO of Heesen Yachts, Arthur Brouwer has stepped up to the helm at an exciting time for the luxury brand. Following the launch of their biggest yacht to date, 70m Galactica Super Nova at the… 706 more words


Don't Bother To Even Try - Off Topic

During my day job I enjoy listening to a variety of podcasts. Some of the podcasts I listen to talk about the game industry or the tech industry. 492 more words


Want National Security? Dismantle the War Machine

The recent 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade towers was a reminder of the terrible consequences when a nation ignores the lessons of history—including its own recent history.

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Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo’s CEO: “You Should Give Back the Money That You Took”

In less than 10 minutes, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren all but destroyed Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf’s excuses for the wide-scale fraud that occurred on his watch…

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An Ivy League professor on what the campus conversation on race gets wrong

College professors are increasingly liberal — according to a study cited in the Washington Post earlier this year, the percentage of American professors identifying as “liberal” or “far left” jumped from 42 percent in 1990 to 60 percent in 2014.

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