BRYN MAYR CLASSICAL REVIEW:Torrey Seland (ed.), Reading Philo: A Handbook to Philo of Alexandria. Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2014. Pp. xvi, 345. ISBN 9780802870698. $45.00 (pb). Reviewed by SamiShow More Summary
Three years ago, I published a series of articles about how to create a framework on top of the Symfony components on this blog. Along the years, its contents have been updated to match the changes in Symfony itself but also in the PHP ecosystem (like the introduction of Composer). Show More Summary
Earlier tonight during Sekai Project's panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, the visual novel publisher announced its upcoming lineup of titles for the near future, which includes... Read more...
In The Sun Solomon Ojehonmon writes at length about the dismal publishing situation in Nigeria, in Death of the last publishing house in Nigeria: Matters arising. While it seems premature to worry about every last publisher in Nigeria...Show More Summary
Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks publishes NSA list of 29 phone numbers of top officials that were bugged.
It seems fitting that we publish our newest Campsite Correspondent Shona Marie’s post today. She’s from the beautiful USA, and will surely be celebrating July 4th today. Welcome Shona! We’re grateful to have… Continue reading ?
"Palmyra: Isis pictured launching new assault on artefacts in ancient ruins" alarms the Independent, oblivious to the fact that by the time this was published, it was clear that this is not what happened. But still those same four elements in varied configuration.Then there is this... Show More Summary
On this day in 1865, the first edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was published.
Originally published on June 26, 2015. Original text below: The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a 5-4 ruling in favor of gay marriage. While the decision will be debated for years to come, watch some of our takeaways from the ruling. Written and produced by Paul Detrick Scroll down for downloadable versions and subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
I could lie and tell you that we recorded a special July 4th edition of the TC Gadgets Podcast, but it wouldn’t be accurate. In reality, we recorded this podcast over a week ago and I accidentally forgot to push the publish button. But the content still exists, so I felt strongly about sharing it with you guys. Show More Summary
Is your 4th of July hot, steamy and patriotic? Cool your body off with some nice summer JAM! This recipe was originally published here, but now it is here! Enjoy! Are you sick and tired of buying factory made jam? Good, me too. Abandon...Show More Summary
Back in 2000, just before George W. Bush became president, the CIA published a 70-page report on what the world would be like in 2015. We're now halfway through the year and it turns out that several of these predictions were on the...Show More Summary
(Originally published at The Washington Spectator) Joseph Cirincione is the president of the Ploughshares Fund, a nonprofit global security foundation dedicated to reducing nuclear stockpiles and stopping emerging nuclear powers. He is also a member of Secretary of State John Kerry’s International Security Advisory Board. Show More Summary
Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Rocksteady Publisher: Warner Bros. Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Rocksteady’s epic Batman trilogy in many ways charts my own passion and struggles with videogames. 2009’s Arkham Asylum sent me into a frenzy. I replayed the demo countless times, always […]
The first edition of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll) was published exactly 150 years ago, on July 4, 1865.
Iran will declassify and publish the materials regarding the talks on its nuclear program in case the negotiating process with world powers fails, a source close to the talks told Sputnik Saturday.
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GUEST: Autoplay is shortsighted; the publishers and social networks embracing the technology are gaining more impressions in the short-term without thinking about long-term backlash.
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