Vox

19 Dec 18
indiarubberman.com

No one quite knows why we vote the way we do. It is actually a nightmare for any analyst to place his or her dime on the ballot, for we see the kind of logic that operates in our general public is, politely put, funny. When we are witness to the kind of sops that […]

19 Dec 18
Neon Movie Bunker

John and El’Ahrai have returned once more to bring you all the movieness you never knew you needed! This week, they review “Vox Lux” and “Panique”! Plus some news, a giveaway, and so much more! Thanks for listening! You can hear the whole thing here!   All men lose when they die and all men […]

19 Dec 18
A1 Followers

How Instagram has been good for independent bookstores like Books Are Magic and the Last Bookstore – Vox https://t.co/jWoxyMQ4AM — A1 Followers (@A1Followers) December 19, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/A1Followers December 19, 2018 at 05:22AM How Instagram has been good for independent bookstores like Books Are Magic and the Last Bookstore – Vox https://t.co/jWoxyMQ4AM — […]

19 Dec 18
Site Title

It was a year of unforgettable faces, one we’ve known for decades and one we’re just getting to know this year. As we do at the end of every year, we asked our writers to pick one performance they loved from the past 12 months. There was no other requirement or guideline. The submissions ranged […]

19 Dec 18

Welcome to the Christmas 2018 edition of The Music Vox! We discuss the Best and Worst Christmas songs, what makes a Good Christmas song and more! Join us every week as we discuss more about Music, every week     Check out the mentioned Spotify playlist here, with some Christmas songs too!

19 Dec 18
Emily Rowland - Journalism

PART ONE: How do we access digital magazines? Magazines must adapt to digital technology and so products must be available on different platforms. Due to print sales failing, publishers had to produce publications for an audience who want to access it through their tablets and their phones. We can access these magazines online by searching […]

19 Dec 18
Samuel Sellers blog

PART ONE – Choose a product and research the audience 1 The product I have chosen is relatively new to supermarkets the range is mainly only sold at Waitrose. The product is from the company Clive’s, it is one of their pies, the flavour leek and mushroom. Clives It’s also sold at two online food […]

19 Dec 18
cabbagesandkings524

Originally posted on The Psy of Life:
Love this article. I think y’all’ll love it, too. One of my favorite formats on Vox.com is the interview of an author of a recently published book so that the author can explain the central thesis of the book. It comes off as smart and insightful, and I’ve…

19 Dec 18
Five Starred Life

2018 has been one heck of a year; in general as well as in the book publishing world.  I have read quite a few books this year, published both this year as well as in the past, but today I want to highlight some of the best books from this year. You still have time […]

19 Dec 18
The Art Of Chart

2018 and 2020 elections: suburban voters are more important than ever – Vox By 2018 and 2020 elections: suburban voters are more important than ever  Vox In 2018’s blue wave, it was suburban Republicans who were swept away. Of 69 suburban districts held by the GOP before the election, just 32 will remain in … December […]

19 Dec 18
Paperdabba

Related News Besides these two, senior PDP leader and former minister Imran Ansari parted ways with the party by openly supporting Sajjad Lone’s People’s Conference. The PDP, which has been on the back foot ever since its alliance with the BJP ended in June, continued to lose its senior party leaders as two more, including […]

19 Dec 18
Goddess In The Stacks

I turned in six books and checked out six books this week! The ones I’m most excited about are Damsel, Vox, and Blanca & Roja. I also checked out Jackaby, which is the first in a series. I probably should not have done that. The last two are The Price Guide to the Occult, about […]

19 Dec 18
Ekorpe

The Surface Go is not a fast computer, but it’s familiar. That predictability is sort of a relief after using the iPad Pro and Pixel Slate, both of which have ambitions to replace your laptop but fall short of that goal because of their software (the iPad Pro is restricted, the Pixel Slate is buggy). […]

19 Dec 18
Ekorpe

The Surface Go is not a fast computer, but it’s familiar. That predictability is sort of a relief after using the iPad Pro and Pixel Slate, both of which have ambitions to replace your laptop but fall short of that goal because of their software (the iPad Pro is restricted, the Pixel Slate is buggy). […]

19 Dec 18
The Psy of Life

A re-blogging of an interview of March Hetherington by Exra Klein on Vox.com. They discuss Hetherington and Weiler’s theory that the political divide between Repubes and Dems is based on how each side views the world. The Repubes view the world as fundamentally dangerous, the Dems as safer. I add that makes Repubes risk averse and Dems risk tolerant. Let me know what you think in the comments.