“El hombre olvida que es un muerto que conversa con muertos.”
-Jorge Luis Borges, “There Are More Things”, 1970
“Therefore a “post-Lovecraft” fidelity to the “Lovecraft event” would involve a measure of rejection of the ideological dominant of a capitalism that exploits avant-garde…
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Congratulations. You’ve just overseen the most massive updating of the DC Universe in a quarter century. I’m sure you’re aware of the coincidence that during the other major reboot a woman,…
When you want to link a special tumblr day, you can do it like this:
at the end it should look for example like this:
The good is, that it shows up more than just the maximum 15 posts (when you have posted more on this day), but you don’t need to tag your posts to get this effect…
Here more tumblr tricks…
Reuters | Morocco showed the biggest improvement as a place to do business this year, leading a surge of business-friendly reforms in Africa and Eastern Europe, a World Bank study showed on Wednesday
The bank’s annual “Doing Business” report again ranked Singapore as the world’s easiest place to do business, followed by Hong Kong, New Zealand, the United States and Denmark.
But South Korea and Iceland broke into the coveted top 10 rankings, edging out Sweden and Saudi Arabia.The ninth annual World Bank report tracks regulatory changes in 183 countries for businesses throughout their life cycle — from ease of business start-ups and getting credit to protecting investors and dealing with insolvency.
A new category introduced this year measures the ease or difficulty businesses face in getting an electricity connection.
“This is one of the most fundamental needs for any small business,” said Neil Gregory, World Bank deputy director of indicators and analysis, who helped lead the study.
“In some countries it takes weeks or even months just to get electricity”.
Bit while ago I checked same kind of report “The Best Countries for Doing Business” - just issued, by Forbes. I think there Morocco was like -
#83, one rank down from prev year tho
Never have time enough to gorge on all details. Someone pls do :|
Probably different criteria/focus. I mean.
To capture the perfect wildlife image, you usually have to be in exactly the right place at precisely the right time.
But in this instance, David Slater wasn’t there at all and he still got a result.
Visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, award-winning photographer Mr Slater left his camera unattended for a while.
It soon attracted the attention of an inquisitive female from a local group of crested black macaque monkeys, known for their intelligence and dexterity.
Fascinated by her reflection in the lens, she then somehow managed to start the camera. The upshot: A splendid self-portrait.
This cycle I’ll be working with the immitable Stuart Langridge on building out a community around the Ubuntu One Developer Programme, which he announced at UDS. The video isn’t up yet (but I’ll blog about it when it is).
Some of the parts are now coming together. You can find the API docs here:
Founder Labs Blog: Shai Goldman, Director Of Silicon Valley Bank, Talks About Startups, Entrepreneurship In NYC & The Role Of Silicon...
Shai Goldman is a Director at Silicon Valley Bank and a long term supporter of Founder Labs. Silicon Valley Bank is also a sponsor of Founder Labs. We caught up with Shai to discuss some key trends in technology, mobile, entrepreneurship in NYC and the role of Silicon Valley Bank in the startup…