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Republic Wireless adds new Clear Choice Plans offering up to 10GB of data

39 minutes agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Republic Wireless announces new Clear Choice Plans making it even more inexpensive to get up and running on their cellular network.

Corsair’s New Dominator Platinum DDR4 Is For Asus ROG Motherboards

Corsair announced a new DDR4 memory kit designed specifically for Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) motherboards.

The Many Faces of Emily Dickinson at New Republic

There are many Emily Dickinson interpretations that writers today can “try on,” Alexandra Pechman writes in the New Republic. Pechman’s new article suggests that no matter how many books promote new ways of looking at the “bardess,” it is indeed possible to over-analyze. “I couldn’t let go,” Jerome Charyn begins his author’s note to A […]

A Fractured Republic, If You Can Keep It

Ever heard of Yuval Levin? He’s my latest podcast victim, talking about his new book, The Fractured Republic: Renewing America’s Social Contract in the Age of Individualism. Yuval

Adam Gopnik Seems Confused

Over at the New Yorker, Adam Gopnik suggests that Trump might bring about the end of the American republic: One can argue about whether to call him a fascist or an authoritarian populist or a grotesque joke made in a nightmare shared between Philip K. Show More Summary

Alibaba lures Chinese shoppers into VR with virtual celebrity dates - CNET

The Chinese e-commerce giant promoted its new virtual reality video player this weekend for May 20, a Valentines Day-esque celebration of romance in the People's Republic.

It Looks Like We Will Be Getting Scott Lynch's The Thorn of Emberlain This Year

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Ever since we picked up The Republic of Thieves, we’ve been itching for a new novel from Scott Lynch. According to his publisher, the next installment of his Gentleman Bastards series, The Thorn of Emberlain, will be released in September. Read more...

This Week In Photography Books: Magda Biernat

by Jonathan Blaustein In England, Northerners mock Southern Londoners for being soft. Here in Northern New Mexico, people scoff at the Southern part of the State, and often refer to it as Texas. Ted Cruz, a Texan, and former Republican Presidential candidate, recently derided “New York” values. (By which people assumed he meant liberal, gay-loving, […]

Gap closing 75 stores outside North America amid sales slump

NEW YORK (AP) — Gap Inc. said Thursday that it is shuttering 75 Old Navy and Banana Republic stores outside North America as the struggling company looks to focus on regions where it sees it has the greatest potential for success. The closures include 53 Old Navy stores in Japan, Gap said. The closures represent […]

Big Data and the Streetlight Effect

by Angela Guess Ethnographer Mark Moritz recently wrote in New Republic, “Researchers are rightly excited about the possibilities offered by the availability of enormous amounts of computerized data. But there’s reason to stand backShow More Summary

J.K. Rowling: Welcome Donald Trump To U.K.

J.K. Rowling says that Donald Trump should be welcome to visit the United Kingdom whenever he pleases. During the Pen Literary Awards Gala in New York City Monday night, May 16, 2016, Harry Potter author Rowling spoke of the Republican presidential candidate simply exercising his freedom of speech. Show More Summary

Don Pendleton At Artists Republic

Don Pendleton’s new solo show The Reflected Sound of Everything opens this Saturday (May 28, 2016) at Laguna Beach, California’s Artists Republic. Don Pendleton’s work is highly recognizable from his decades of illustrative work in skateboarding. From 1998 to the present, Don has been one of the top artists and graphic designers for the skateboarding industry. Working […]

How the Continuation of the Bernie Sanders Campaign Hurts the Chances of a Democrat-Controlled Senate

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Eli Sanders Screaming into the wind? David Gilder / Dana Houle in the The New Republic: At this point, arguments about Bernie Sanders’s platform, his movement, or his purported electability are irrelevant; he will not be the Democratic nominee for president. Show More Summary

MORAL NARCISSISM AND THE LEAST-GREAT GENERATION: Roger Simon has an excerpt of his new book, titled …

MORAL NARCISSISM AND THE LEAST-GREAT GENERATION: Roger Simon has an excerpt of his new book, titled I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already, in the new issue of Commentary: Whatever the case, the popularity of narcissism as a descriptive term for the behavior of our society is not […]

A Ride on Carnival’s New Social Impact Cruise Line

Carnival just launched a social-impact cruise line that carries vacationing volunteers to work with social enterprises, nonprofits and communities in the Dominican Republic. 3p's Renee Farris took a ride and shares all the details.

The Fight for Free Speech on Campus Is no Mere 'Charade'

The New Republic just published a bizarre piece attacking Charles Koch and Michael Bloomberg’s recent Wall Street Journal op-ed supporting free speech on campus as a “charade.” Colby College English professor Aaron Hanlon purports to...Show More Summary

Trump’s Plan to Push Conspiracy Theories May Work

New Republic: “Trump’s proclivity toward outlandish stories about hidden machinations will present a particular problem to his likely general-election opponent, Hillary Clinton. Given his long record of conspiracy-mongering, it’s unquestionable that he’ll deploy the many lurid stories that have long [...]

Taiwan's New President and the "One China" Dilemma

May 20 will mark the inauguration of Taiwan's new President. Tsai Ing-wen will become the first female president of the Republic of China. This historic landmark, however, is overshadowed by the potential implications of her election,...Show More Summary

Analysis Shows Trump Not Expanding Party

Politico: “While Trump’s insurgent candidacy has spurred record-setting Republican primary turnout in state after state, the early statistics show that the vast majority of those voters aren’t actually new to voting or to the Republican Party, but rather they are [...]

Glenn Fleishman on the Typographic History of Using All-Caps to Denote Shouting

Glenn Fleishman, writing at Meh: Previous articles on this subject — such as this previously definitive short at the New Republic — trace the explicit association of capitals with yelling (as opposed to mere emphasis) o 1984, with inferences...Show More Summary

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