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25 Jun 19
FortNite FTW

Blackout LTM Idea The Items Urban Assassin ”It’s quiet, too quiet” A thin skin, like cloaked shadow, wearing a pure black jacket, Jeans with satchels and packs on them, black nikes, Sam Fisher night vision goggles, a bandolier of smoke bombs ammunition and a knife sheath, and don’t forget a classic fortnite belt. The hood […]

24 Jun 19
FortNite FTW

Blackout LTM Idea The Items Urban Assassin ”It’s quiet, too quiet” A thin skin, like cloaked shadow, wearing a pure black jacket, Jeans with satchels and packs on them, black nikes, Sam Fisher night vision goggles, a bandolier of smoke bombs ammunition and a knife sheath, and don’t forget a classic fortnite belt. The hood […]

24 Jun 19
FortNite FTW

Blackout LTM Idea The Items Urban Assassin ”It’s quiet, too quiet” A thin skin, like cloaked shadow, wearing a pure black jacket, Jeans with satchels and packs on them, black nikes, Sam Fisher night vision goggles, a bandolier of smoke bombs ammunition and a knife sheath, and don’t forget a classic fortnite belt. The hood […]

24 Jun 19
by Lieke

The Maya knew. And still know. They channeled the energies of the cosmos straight down into a timemap, a never-ending cycle to keep track of time. Not in a liniar way – as we know in the Western world – no, in a cyclical way. As there is no end, there is no beginning. I […]

24 Jun 19
Crazy Deep Growth

Social Mastodon is a free software alternative to Facebook and Twitter. It’s easy to use and a lot of smart people are moving over. Here is why: It looks like it will remain the default microblogging platform for freedom lovers for a while. https://www.codesections.com/blog/mastodon-elevator-pitch It’s an open ecosystem based on ActivityPub so it interoperates with […]

24 Jun 19
Ana Jakimow

Class together with Social Status in Treasure Island Typically the novel Decorative feature Island simply by Robert Louis Stevenson is actually a fascinating report of cutthroat buccaneers, ambition, plus the quest for buried gold. It absolutely was first released in 1883. This is important, for the reason that context in the novel is essential to […]

24 Jun 19
Newsy Today

Ralf Herbrich (Schwedt, Germany, 1974) confesses to being a video game lover. In the mind of this computer scientist, with doctorates in programming and statistical theory, that means that he plays with them, but also that he has put his two cents in his improvement. He worked for more than ten years at Microsoft as […]

24 Jun 19
10MoreNews

Bride price Planning to marry an Igbo lady, then forget everything they told you that you can’t afford to marry an Igbo lady because most of these things are lies. In actual truth, the Igbo traditional engagement list for marriage is not as overwhelming as people usually paint it. If your fiancée says ‘yes’ to […]

24 Jun 19
LIS PROJECT

 Web 2.0 and social media   The concept of Web 2.0 was popularized by the company O’Reilly Media in 2004, as a way to describe the turning point web development took after the IT-crash. Web 2.0 as a concept dates back to the late 1990s (DiNucci, 1999). The actual definition of Web 2.0 has been […]

24 Jun 19
Astute News

With apologies to Alfred, Lord Tennyson, it’s June, when a young man’s (or woman’s, or sexually indeterminate person’s) fancy lightly turns to thoughts of nontraditional “love” of any variety expressed by the ever-growing LGBTTQQIAAP alphabet soup. In downtown Washington it’s impossible to swing a cat without hitting a rainbow flag or a “Pride” enthusiast. If […]

24 Jun 19
Thom Sullivan

When Rilke penned the lines: ‘Music. The breathing of statues. Perhaps: / The quiet of images. You, language where / languages end’ (from ‘To Music’) he was certainly thinking more of Mozart or Monteverdi than of Mumford & Sons. Notwithstanding, this is a ‘mixtape’ (mine) for the first half of 2019 – things old, new, […]

24 Jun 19
Scalawag

Black communities in North Birmingham are up against powerful industries as they call for an end to toxic pollution that’s making them sick.

24 Jun 19

Ivory and Bone (Ivory and Bone #1) by Julie Eshbaugh Publisher: HarperTeen (June 7, 2016) Print Length: 371 pages Audiobook Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins Narrator: Michael Curran-Dorsano The only life seventeen-year-old Kol knows is hunting at the foot of the Great Ice with his brothers. But food is becoming scarce, and without another […]