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19 Jun 19
Modern Mystic Mother

You know how people go through phases? I went through a graphic design phase over the summer. I haven’t made anything so free flowing and creative since then. Well, visually creative, graphic, I mean… I am a garbage artist, creator or designer. I’m an orator, an auxiliary public final fantasy. Words are sputum. They mean […]

19 Jun 19
Wriju's Blog

Three things to know about Azure Machine Learning Notebook VM Azure Marketplace new offers – Volume 38 Update IoT devices connected to Azure with Mender update manager Compute and stream IoT insights with data-driven applications Azure.Source – Volume 86 Microsoft FHIR Server for Azure extends to SQL Taking advantage of the new Azure Application Gateway […]

19 Jun 19
Taxi Amsterdam Airport - Italy

Are you planning to visit Amsterdam and explore the city inside out? Or, you’re on a business trip and looking for luxury travel solutions for your daily commute? If so, book online Trasferimenti In Amsterdam Con Taxi and get moved across the country, without any hassles! Amsterdam is a financially and culturally dynamic country and […]

19 Jun 19
The Shadow Gallery

Metal venus thighs chaffed from too little bleeding pink drops missing the rising tied by ten miles and a blue hospital band knotted with starved aggression.

19 Jun 19
The Adventures of Scott and Breanne

  We started off the month of March by hopping on a plane and heading to Northern Territory, Australia! Being the central and northern-central region of Australia, we opted to travel after summer ended due to the hot weather that this area experiences. We only had about four days for exploring, so we chose to […]

19 Jun 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Virgil Abloh’s latest show was a truly impressive statement, mashing up 1980s New York street and gallery art – Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol and Futura – with college dorm-room, derelict-dude style. via http://bit.ly/2WSbYSE

19 Jun 19
more than a sabbatical

The next train ride of 14 hours took me from Kazan to Yekaterinburg, my first destination east of the Ural mountains and therefore on the Asian continent. This also meant that I finally reached another time zone and had to set the clock ahead by two hours. I cannot tell any adventurous story about how […]