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Leaky Leakers and Lies !Leaky Leakers and Lies ! by Leah Sellers
Laf-rov and Vas-leaky are seasoned Russian Chess Pieces and Players with an Open-Door access to the Leaky, Leaker-in-Chief's Oval Office. A White House now virulently filled with Leaky Leakers and Lies ! (Add a comment)
Eureka: Protecting your computer from ransomwareEureka: Protecting your computer from ransomware by Akli Hadid
We should have printed out our data! That was the reaction in thousands of organizations that were the victims of ransomware attacks and that had no other choice but to pay to get their data back. Protecting your computer from viruses is as much a questio (Add a comment)
Blasphemy as Weapon: Undermining AhokBlasphemy as Weapon: Undermining Ahok by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
One need not be a zealot in the human rights field to find the latest turn in Indonesian politics disconcerting. Jakarta's governor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known as Ahok, was always a nicely packaged target, confident and assertive, very much the beami (Add a comment)
Savannah, a historic voyageSavannah, a historic voyage by The Ovi Team
May 22nd 1819; the steamship Savannah became the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The Savannah reached Liverpool in 29 days and 4 hours, a good but not exceptional time, due in part to bad weather. The steam engine performed faultlessly, having been i (Add a comment)
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The Journey; A Sacred LifeThe Journey; A Sacred Life by Nikos Laios
21 May 2017
I can still remember the yellow sun playing on the wheat field, shimmering and swaying, glowing with warmth. The memories of those childhood days have never left me; when I close my eyes I can hear the cicadas and the frogs in the creek, the gurgling wate (Add a comment)
Horse made of glass - Part 1Horse made of glass - Part 1 by Katerina Charisi
21 May 2017
With her hands on her sides, she looked at the things piled on the table. (Add a comment)
The Release of Chelsea ManningThe Release of Chelsea Manning by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
21 May 2017
It was one of the brighter acts in a darkening turmoil in the last parts of the Obama presidency, but the decision to commute Chelsea Manning's sentence added a zest of enlightenment. Manning had already found herself on the slippery slope to doom, havi (Add a comment)
MaybelleneMaybellene by The Ovi Team
21 May 2017
May 21st 1955; John Lennon once famously said that "if you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it 'Chuck Berry.'" That's how foundational Berry's contributions were to the music that changed America and the world beginning in th (Add a comment)
Is He Really Mentally All There?Is He Really Mentally All There? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
20 May 2017
"This is, unfortunately, not a learning curve. This is a man in decline" was the recent scathing comment of Joe Scarborough of MSNBC referring to the decision making abilities and general mental state of president Donald Trump. His state of mind has alt (Add a comment)
Another Chest Thumping Harrumpher is Harrumphing !Another Chest Thumping Harrumpher is Harrumphing ! by Leah Sellers
20 May 2017
The major Trade Summit is revving up in lovely Beijing, China. In fact, many World Leaders are already there, which is a Good thing for Global Businesses everywhere. And can even keep less than friendly competitors Civil. (Add a comment)
A Summer in CanterburyA Summer in Canterbury by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
20 May 2017
Scholars typically spend their summers at interesting and learn-worthy organizations. For my summer this year such destination will be the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK. There I will participate in several events. I will be helping coordinate a uni (1 comment)
The Battle for CreteThe Battle for Crete by The Ovi Team
20 May 2017
It began just after dawn on 20 May 1941. Many of the 7700 New Zealand soldiers stationed on Crete were finishing breakfast when hundreds of German transport aircraft - some towing gliders - rumbled in over the Mediterranean island. The air above was sudde (Add a comment)
Hydrogen bomb over Bikini AtollHydrogen bomb over Bikini Atoll by The Ovi Team
20 May 2017
May 20th 1956; the United States conducts the first airborne test of an improved hydrogen bomb, dropping it from a plane over the tiny island of Namu in the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The successful test indicated that hydrogen bombs were viable a (Add a comment)
From Rome to Geneva: On the Significance of TradeFrom Rome to Geneva: On the Significance of Trade by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
19 May 2017
What gave Rome its preeminent power in the ancient world? No doubt its legionnaires were feared from Iberia to Galcantray. To fund military might the descendants of Romulus engaged in prolific international trade. Today, as globalization and international (1 comment)
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