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  • Yet these older folks—let's call them "giveback" nation—are more representative of our age's political pains, which will continue for the indefinite future.

    Class War—or Generational War?

  • That's why some of the tech age's hottest employers--like Facebook, Google and Microsoft

    Tech Jobs That Pay Over $100,000

  • The term, popularised in the west by science fiction author William Gibson, describes a "passionate obsessive, the information age's embodiment of the connoisseur, more concerned with the accumulation of data than of objects".

    Ryan Cleary, LulzSec and the culture of the otaku

  • * Atlas Obscura: A compendium of this age's wonders, curiosities, and esoterica.

    Thor's Day

  • That's why some of the tech age's hottest employers--like Facebook, Google and Microsoft

    Tech Jobs That Pay Over $100,000

  • Raleigh was one of the Elizabethan age's most favored sons, an accomplished officer, courtier and writer, before embarking on a quixotic search for gold in Guiana.

    Nothing Gold Can Stay

  • As I walk and ache the slits in my gloves, by the way, largely neutralizing the advantage my matching cap provides my exposed scalp, I wonder what society has come to that somebody thought building holes into gloves provided a net benefit to humanity, that we'd appreciate the convenience of instant access to technology through outerwear, essentially becoming even further enslaved to the digital age's whims.

    Theories, Holes Included

  • The term, popularised in the west by science fiction author William Gibson, describes a "passionate obsessive, the information age's embodiment of the connoisseur, more concerned with the accumulation of data than of objects".

    Ryan Cleary, LulzSec and the culture of the otaku

  • His courage, his close interaction with the common people, his incorruptibility, his self-composure in front of the public, his steadfast managerial style and his lack of mercy for the corrupt and mediocre officials — all of them regrettably do not belong to this age, or in this age's China.

    Global Voices in English » China: Why Zhu Rongji remains popular

  • Assuming it's beautiful to have a wrinkle free and expressionless face, and awful to give way to the process of age's evidence trampling our youthful appearance into an unrecognizable map of wrinkles and spots, indicative of a life well-lived without too much adieu about exterior merit, where do the vast majority of our population fit into this equation?

    Beauty, Botox and Delving Deeper: Sip Through A Straw I Say!

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