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Sivaram Velauthapillai
Works at Toronto Hydro
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Lives in Toronto, Canada
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Excerpt from Michael Lewis' latest book. As always, I'm sure the book will be interesting, if not entertaining.
How a band of outsiders discovered that the stock market was rigged — and set out to change it.
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Just saw the film, Prisoners (2013). Very gripping, suspense film. Touching on morality and duties of a father. Highly recommended.
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♫♫♫ Indie/electronic audio mix on @8tracks:"illuminate my mind" at   http://8tracks.com/cyndixie/illuminate-my-mind
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"I am Hip Hop"
Street art in Montreal, Quebec, Canada,
by Canadian-Chilean visual artist Shalak.
Photo by Shalak.
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Could turn out to be one of the biggest heists in history. Digital currency BitCoin sees it's first major failure by a financial intermediary.
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By "failure", you mean "theft" right?
Kind of like the big banks who "failed" and stole people's money. Then got bailed out by the public. Not a bad gig, if you can get it, I guess.
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Up, up and away (New York City, USA)
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Censorship is pretty common in many illiberal countries, which is, unfortunately, probably most the world. Typically I see words being blacked out or whited out, or articles being re-written by censors, but this is an extreme example of the complete article being deleted.

(The reason it is completely deleted is probably because the NYT is essentially suggesting that some senior officials in Pakistan knew about Usama bin Laden's whereabouts. Pretty explosive story but hard to prove.)
Today's edition of The International New York Times was stripped of its cover story in Pakistan. Instead of seeing a lengthy report on "What Pakistan knew about bin Laden," readers were greeted...
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Butterfly at Niagara Falls Botanical Conservatory (Niagara Falls, Canada)
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Pakistan erased an entire International New York Times cover story
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Today's edition of The International New York Times was stripped of its cover story in Pakistan. Instead of seeing a lengthy report on "What

illuminate my mind
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an indie playlist XOXO enjoy! feel free to email me (-:

Annals of Commerce: The Terrazzo Jungle
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Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstrac

In Cold Water
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Engineering a better survival suit

The art arcade: MoMA collects 40 years of innovative design
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In a small, twisting corner of the Museum of Modern Art, an exceedingly eclectic new collection hopes to represent the most innovative conce

World's largest solar plant switches on in California
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A massive solar plant in the Mojave Desert officially began operation today after years of construction, testing, and development. Co-owned

George Packer: Is Amazon Bad for Books?
www.newyorker.com

To many book professionals, Amazon is a ruthless predator; recently, the company has even started publishing books. A monopoly is dangerous

James Surowiecki: The End of Brand Loyalty
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It’s a truism that a company’s brand is its “most important asset.” But brands have never been more fragile. The reason is simple: consumers

Eric Kim: 10 Lessons William Klein has taught me about Street Photograph...
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Digital Photography Review: All the latest digital camera reviews and digital imaging news. Lively discussion forums. Vast samples galleries

The A/B Test: Inside the Technology That's Changing the Rules of Busines...
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Want to build a perfect website? Forget instincts—trust the data. Forget the designers—trust the audience.

Gravity: how to recreate the movie in your own home
www.theguardian.com

Alfonso Cuarón's 3D movie spectacular is stuffed with cutting-edge technology. But all you need to pretend you're in space is some bubblewra

Two-way street: electric cars of the future could give power back to the...
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On September 23rd, the city of Palo Alto, California decided to embrace the electric car. Inspired by one resident who fought to install a p

New Yorker Festival: Talk: Malcolm Gladwell
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The writer Malcolm Gladwell discusses tokens, pariahs, and pioneers.

Pension Envy
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Ontario teachers have the world’s best-performing retirement fund. Is it a model for the rest of us?

Inside Joke
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The post-racial comedy of Russell Peters

Ken Auletta: Can the Guardian Take Its Aggressive Investigations Global?
www.newyorker.com

Since June 5th, the Guardian had been publishing top-secret digital files provided by Edward Snowden, a former contract employee of the Nati

Malcolm Gladwell on the secret power of the underdog
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The bestselling author talks to Maclean's about his big new idea

Dexter Filkins: Qassem Suleimani, the Middle East’s Most Powerful Operative
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Major General Qassem Suleimani, the leader of Iran’s Quds Force, has been working as a power broker and as a military force to reshape the M

Rags and Tatters |
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Ahmad Abdalla's eerily prescient Microphone, which premiered at the Festival in 2010, captured in pseudo-documentary style the despair, rage