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Making Lulu musical How to tell if a Lulu performance is going to be musical: Listen carefully to the orchestra in the prologue, the scene with the animal trainer that begins the opera. … read more AJBlog: Sandow Published 2015-11-24 Leaked Release: National Academy’s Feel-Good Statement on Carmine Branagan’s Departure The chaotic, unprofessional rollout of […]

Should journals should do post-pub review?

Nikolai Slavov recently published an opinion piece in eLife arguing the advantages of post-publication review of scientific papers: “Point of view: Making the most of peer review” As with referee reports, I often read blogs and comments and find many—but not all—of them helpful. Show More Summary

NHS Procurement – Staffing Agency Partnerships, Not “Rip-Offs”

Categories: We are pleased to publish this post from Mike Lander, a Managing Partner of 4C Associates, a leading procurement services company, who has worked as NED and business consultant in the NHS. There has been plenty of media coverage...Show More Summary

Breast MRI after mammography may identify additional aggressive cancers

OAK BROOK, Ill. - Additional breast cancers found with MRI are sometimes larger and potentially more aggressive than those found on mammography, according to a study published online in the journal Radiology. Researchers said that in some cases MRI findings of additional cancers not seen on mammography may necessitate a change in treatment. read more

Dead or Alive community manager cites “issues” for lack of western release

A representative of Dead or Alive publisher Koei Tecmo has made an interesting comment with regard to its western release plans. Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, the latest in a series of vacation-themed spin-offs to the famously sexualised fighter series, will not be coming west. Since the project’s announcement, Koei Tecmo has been quite clear […]

Author Interview: Amy Reichert, Author of Women’s Fiction Novel THE COINCIDENCE OF COCONUT CAKE

Freelancer Gail Werner interviews Amy Reichert, author of THE COINCIDENCE OF COCONUT CAKE, to talk about movies, publishing, and women's fiction. The post Author Interview: Amy Reichert, Author of Women’s Fiction Novel THE COINCIDENCE OF COCONUT CAKE appeared first on

Library of Bangladesh

I mentioned the announcement of the Dhaka Translation Center's 'Library of Bangladesh'-series earlier this year, and apparently the first two volumes are now out, published by bengal lights: see their publicity pages for two novellas...Show More Summary

Cassava Republic coming to UK

In less than a decade Cassava Republic has established itself as a leading Nigerian publisher -- and it's great to hear that, as Natasha Onwuemezi reports in The Bookseller, African publisher Cassava Republic to launch in UK.

Study: Meditation Can Reduce Racial Prejudice

Loving Kindness Meditation (LKM) can reduce racial prejudice according to new research. The study, published online in the journal Motivation and Emotion, found that just seven minutes of Loving-kindness meditation (LKM), a Buddhist practise that promotes unconditional kindness towards oneself and others, is effective at reducing racial bias. Show More Summary

Because She Never Asked review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Enrique Vila-Matas' Sophie Calle-novel(la), Because She Never Asked. This is actually just one story from a bigger Spanish collection (Exploradores del abismo), published...Show More Summary

Home Tour: A Former Sugar Refinery in Montreal

5 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Alexandria Abramian Originally published in the November/December issue of Robb Report Home & Style as “Home Tour: The Sweet Life” This former sugar refinery in Montreal fuses industrial cool with creature comforts.     

Captiva – Road To Ruin (premiere)

We're excited to be able to share with you the premiere of the energetic and infectious 'Road to Ruin' from Kansas City's Captiva. Captiva – Road To Ruin (premiere) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Alibaba in Talks to Buy Controlling Stake in Hong Kong’s SCMP Group

Alibaba is in discussions to buy a controlling stake in publisher SCMP Group Ltd. of Hong Kong, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Remaking Old Coal Plant Into Energy Storage Facility

Originally published on CleanTechnica. Four companies have taken on the challenge of repurposing an old coal plant into a 2MW battery-based energy storage facility for grid support (the storage capacity of the unit has not been indicated). Show More Summary

German Publisher Sues Developer Behind Blockr Ad Blocking App

It isn’t surprising that many websites and companies aren’t a fan of ad blocking software. Recently Yahoo Mail has begun to lock users out of their accounts if the website detects that the user has an ad block extension installed on their computer. Show More Summary

Vatican court rejects journalist’s bid to drop charges in leaks scandal

Emiliano Fittipaldi and Gianluigi Nuzzi are accused of having published books based in part on confidential Holy See documents The post Vatican court rejects journalist’s bid to drop charges in leaks scandal appeared first on

What’s in Your Coffee? The Answer May Shock You.

If you’re relying on a cup or two of coffee to give you the pep you need to get through the day, you should know that there’s more than just caffeine in your favorite morning beverage. Research by Müller et al published in Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A examines chemical leaching into coffee from filter […]

EPA expected to nudge higher biofuels mandates: sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is widely expected to increase requirements for biofuels use through 2016 due to higher total fuel demand, when it publishes a final Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) rule in the coming days, sources said.

Electronic Plantlife

[Image: A rose-circuit, courtesy Linköping University]. In a newly published paper called "Electronic plants," researchers from Linköping University in Sweden describe the process by which they were able to "manufacture" what they call "analog and digital organic electronic circuits and devices" inside living plants. Show More Summary

Someone finally looked into the physics of chocolate fountains

8 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Chocolate fountains are a revelation. Observe:But it turns out that they can be great tools for studying basic math. In a paper published Tuesday in the European Journal of Physics, researchers from the University College London investigated the physics that make curtains of chocolate in a fountain slope inward instead of going straight down.Read full article >>

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