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What kinds of people are obsessed by 78rpm gramophone records?
Joel Schlemowitz’s documentary about the history, uses, and sometimes strange fans of gramophone discs.

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Book lovers and reviewers, I am looking for authentic reviews for #BustingClichés. You will get a free copy and a special mention on my blog in return. Click on the link below for further details. Thanks!

http://www.mahevashmuses.com/2017/05/20/limited-period-offer-read-busting-cliches-free/

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This is a treatment center I imagine a character like Dexter supporting through anonymous donations.

"Samantha knows that her thoughts about hurting people are wrong, and she tries to suppress them. But the cognitive training cannot always compete."

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I can't get over how awkward and odd these photos are...at times it feels like you're seeing a spread from a Zoolander character. The interview gets very serious in spots and doesn't fit with the photos at all.

"It's such a silly idea, the idea that the world is fair. And this is coming from a guy who hit the lottery, I'm well aware of that. I hit the lottery, and I still would waste my time on those hollow pursuits."

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We've been pushing the independent doc Wizard Mode for a little while now, and now ESPN have run a longform article on it's star and 'pinball savant' Robert Gagno http://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/page/enterprise-gagno161110/how-robert-gagno-became-one-best-pinball-players-world

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"Don’t deny yourself this late stage, because the late stage can be very interesting. You know everybody hated late de Kooning, but it turned out to be great stuff. Late Picasso, nobody liked it, and it turned out to be great." Great Chuck Close read.

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The process of making a silicone chip that powers our devices & the Internet, by large, is a very interesting one. They try as much as possible to have minimal human involvement.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-09/how-intel-makes-a-chip
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