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Screws & Chips 21#17Screws & Chips 21#17 by Thanos Kalamidas
12 November 2021
In a galaxy far, far away, intelligence demonstrated by screws and chips, boldly gone where no robot has gone before! (Add a comment)
DeWitt WallaceDeWitt Wallace by The Ovi Team
12 November 2021
November 12th 1889; on this day DeWitt Wallace is born in St. Paul, Minnesota, to a minister and his wife. After high school, Wallace worked in a bank and began keeping an index-card file of his favourite magazine articles. (Add a comment)
COP26 and reclaiming our neglected duty of stewardship COP26 and reclaiming our neglected duty of stewardship by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
11 November 2021
COP26, the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference, is being held at the SEC Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, U.K., between 31 October and 12 November 2021. (Add a comment)
PalimpsestPalimpsest by Jan Sand
11 November 2021
I am inscribed each morning with the bright Sun, blue skies, The cheerful twitter of the birds captured in green tapestries of leaves. The draperies of prospects out of coffee, plans to be fulfilled (Add a comment)
Coral-damaging sunscreens banned in ThailandCoral-damaging sunscreens banned in Thailand by Ovi Magazine Guest
11 November 2021
White sandy beaches, turquoise waters and sun - Thailand is an absolute holiday paradise for tourists from all over the world. But mass tourism is threatening Thailands biodiversity and causing massive coral die-offs. (Add a comment)
Sceptic feathers 21#21Sceptic feathers 21#21 by Thanos Kalamidas
11 November 2021
Cynicism with feathers on thin wires (Add a comment)
Louisa May AlcottLouisa May Alcott by The Ovi Team
11 November 2021
November 11th 1852; on this day, the Saturday Evening Gazette publishes "The Rival Painters: A Story of Rome," by Louisa May Alcott, who will later write the beloved children's book Little Women (1868). (Add a comment)
Malaysia: 2022 Budget Racially Configured, Election Targeted Malaysia: 2022 Budget Racially Configured, Election Targeted by Murray Hunter
10 November 2021
Perhaps the most depressing takeaway from the budget presented in Parliament is that it is the most racially configured of budgets in the nation's history. Former de facto law minister Zaid Ibrahim ... (Add a comment)
Where Are the Colors of Time?Where Are the Colors of Time? by Bohdan Yuri
10 November 2021
Where are the colors of time, Do they hide in the opaque islands, Floating in our white crowded sky? (Add a comment)
The importance of fruits in Indian cookingThe importance of fruits in Indian cooking by Ovi Magazine Guest
10 November 2021
Where would any tropical country be without its fruits? Besides, India is fairly unique, even amongst tropical countries. Apart from its hot and humid coastal regions, it has dry plains, with extreme summers and winters... (Add a comment)
Ephemera 21#26Ephemera 21#26 by Thanos Kalamidas
10 November 2021
Ephemera: a word with ancient Greek roots meaning 'something that is produced or created that is never meant to last or be remembered'. (Add a comment)
Sesame StreetSesame Street by The Ovi Team
10 November 2021
November 10th 1969, "Sesame Street," a pioneering TV show that would teach generations of young children the alphabet and how to count, makes its broadcast debut. "Sesame Street," with its memorable theme song... (1 comment)
Fastnet RockFastnet Rock by The Ovi Team
10 November 2021
November 10th 1847; the passenger ship Stephen Whitney is wrecked in thick fog off the southern coast of Ireland, killing 92 of the 110 on board. The disaster results in the construction the Fastnet Rock lighthouse. (Add a comment)
Velimir Khlebnikov: (9 November 1885 - 28 June 1922) The Futurian and World CitizenVelimir Khlebnikov: (9 November 1885 - 28 June 1922) The Futurian and World Citizen by Rene Wadlow
09 November 2021
Velimir Khlebnikov was a shooting star of Russian culture in the years just prior to the start of the First World War. He was part of a small creative circle of poets, painters and writers who wanted to leave the old behind... (Add a comment)
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