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“Nothing ages so quickly as yesterday’s vision of the future.” - Richard Corliss (1944 - 2015)
The above shot of Richard is from 1974. I purloined it from Film Comment magazine. You almost wanna say "Look at the you-know-what hipster," don't you? I didn't meet Richard until, oh, well over twenty years after this picture was taken, and his mode for dealing with younger film critics was quite a bit more avuncular than anything this shot suggests. I still love this shot of him because he has this air of both...
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Happy World Book Day! Today is all about the celebration of authors, illustrators, books and maybe most importantly: it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all over the world.

Discover great manuscripts, ancient books and memoires of adventures via Europeana and +The European Library 
http://bit.ly/europeana-world-book-day

Or explore our latest Pinterest board on Royal Manuscripts: https://nl.pinterest.com/europeana/royal-book-collections/

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Kyle Schwartz is a third grade teacher at Doull Elementary in Denver, Colorado.
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"...the rich, collectively, have another reason for restricting job creation. If employment grows too much, it is likely lead to wage inflation, as workers, now less fearful of unemployment, bid up their pay. That would squeeze profits. And wage inflation would also hit the rich as rentiers, because it would erode the value of the debts owed to them. This is why the rich pressure governments to hold down inflation, and high levels of unemployment help."
 
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Excerpted from "Why We Can't Afford The Rich"
The rich don't generate jobs. Rising tides do not lift all boats. And they probably built that with government help
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"Those who read own the world, and those who watch television lose it. -- Werner Herzog"

"And so, starting in January, I started making some changes. The key ones are:
  1. No more Twitter, Facebook, or article reading during the work day (hard)
  2. No reading of random news articles (hard)
  3. No smartphones or computers in the bedroom (easy)
  4. No TV after dinner (it turns out, easy)
  5. Instead, go straight to bed and start reading a book — usually on an eink ereader (it turns out, easy)"
Or, Can books save us from what digital does to our brains?
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Amazing Celebration of Birth of Girl In India

While a vast majority of Indians continue to prefer sons, a small village in the Indian state of Rajasthan has its own unique tradition of celebrating their daughters. Since 2006, the residents of Piplantri village, in southern Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district, have been planting a whopping 111 trees to celebrate the birth of a girl! 

Given that an average of 60 girls are born each year, the villagers have managed to plant over 250,000 trees so far - including varieties like Neem, Indian Rosewood, and Mango. The community of 8,000 residents is also dedicated to making sure that the trees survive and attain fruition as the girls grow up. 
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“Rich people in the West, they have not touched dead bodies, fresh wounds, rotten things. This is a problem. This is the human condition. We have to be ready for the moment we cease to exist.”
Can contemplating death lead to joy?
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Partially blossomed cherry tree in the garden
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Trulež finansijskog inženjeringa i tzv. "finansijskih proizvoda" nikada nisam dovodio u pitanje

"The analysis concluded that, over the past 10 years, the five pension funds have paid more than $2 billion in fees to money managers and have received virtually nothing in return, Comptroller Scott M. Stringer said in an interview on Wednesday."
New York's pension trustees apparently think that they're insane, which I'm not sure meets the prudent-person standard for trustees.
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Trying to stay in harmony with nature.
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