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The traditions of primitive cultures in black & white

The traditions of primitive cultures in black & white

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Māori culture is the culture of the Māori of New Zealand (an Eastern Polynesian people) and forms a distinctive part of New Zealand culture. Within the Māori community, and to a lesser extent throughout New Zealand as a whole, the word Māoritanga is often used as an approximate synonym for Māori culture, the Māori suffix -tanga being roughly equivalent to the qualitative noun ending "-ness" in English.[1][2] There have been three distinct but overlapping cultural eras—before widespread European contact, the 1800s in which Māori began interacting with European visitors and settlers, and the modern era since the beginning of the 20th century. Culture in the modern era has been shaped by increasing urbanisation, closer contact with New Zealanders of European descent (or Pākehā) and revival
Unreal moments of the familiar cities

Unreal moments of the familiar cities

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  TOKYO, THE UNREAL CITY MARIKO NAGAI Here, in Tokyo, when an outsider comes, they come with an image of Tokyo: a metropolis, futuristic in its neon signs and high-rise buildings: the efficiency and punctuality of its people and all they touch: where the old ways of living smoothly inhabit the place of the modern: the East but not the East, and the West but not the West. Images they bring with their suitcases often collide with the real, and reality is as elusive as dreams, for this is the city made up of the dreams of the outsiders, a phantom, a city built with the imagination. People take on the city; they recreate it, redefine it. But they do not know that they are living in a dreamscape of their own making. That they are bring...
Discover Little Known Secrets For Successful Living

Discover Little Known Secrets For Successful Living

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Success Secrets for Living A Better Life Here at Early To Rise we share success secrets for helping you achieve your personal-growth goals by advising you on how to become a better speaker, writer, thinker, and listener. We’ll show you how to build your vocabulary, increase your knowledge of good living (art, wine, etc.), find out how to have better relationships with your friends and family, and learn how to impress your boss. As you gain more wisdom in areas new to you, you’ll find this recipe for success starts to show… even if you don’t intend it to! You will be more informed. More confident. You will speak with greater authority and more clarity. People will begin to treat you differently because you know certain success secrets and apply them daily. People will gradually c
Artificial intelligence really close to replacing artists?

Artificial intelligence really close to replacing artists?

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Will AI replace creative professionals? ANTHONY WOOD, SHILLINGTON EDUCATION JUNE 1, 2017 12:10 PM Automation. From assembly lines to cubicles, this word strikes fear into the heart of workers the world over. However, automation’s effect on creative professionals (and designers in particular) is somewhat unclear: While some writers warn of a day in the near future when computers will automate creativity, still others hypothesize that creativity may be our best (and last) defense against the widespread loss of jobs. So which will it be? Should designers fear the machines? Or should they embrace them? In order to determine how automation will affect designers, it’s important to examine several factors and developments: First, what types of jobs are most likely to be auto
Samsung profits boosted by smartphone sales

Samsung profits boosted by smartphone sales

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Samsung profits boosted by smartphone sales Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Image copyrightSAMSUNG Strong smartphone sales have helped Samsung Electronics post its best quarterly results in more than two years. Second-quarter operating profit jumped 18% to 8.1tn Korean won ($7.17bn; £5.46bn), in line with the company's guidance issued in July. Operating profit at its mobile division soared 57% year-on-year to 4.3tn won. That is mainly driven by strong sales of its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone models. Samsung predicts continued increase in demand for its smartphones and tablets in the second half of the year. But the company also indicated that "mar
World Headlines & World Business Report

World Headlines & World Business Report

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World Business Report brings not just the headlines but the explanation behind the headlines and an examination of the trends in technology and the world of business. With teams of specialist business journalists across the globe and access to the BBC's Business and Economics Centre it delivers all you need to understand the complex and changing world of Business. Its main presenters, Tanya Beckett, Jamie Robertson, Sally Bundock and Aaron Heslehurst provide a guide to the day's business. Its in-depth coverage is supported by hourly business bulletins throughout the day.   Business World Asl, Business World Wisconsin, World Business And Economy News, World Business Capital, World Business Chicago Board, World Business Council For Sustainable Development, World Business ...
Putnik satellite successfully launched

Putnik satellite successfully launched

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The Soviet Union inaugurates the “Space Age” with its launch of Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite. The spacecraft, named Sputnik after the Russian word for “satellite,” was launched at 10:29 p.m. Moscow time from the Tyuratam launch base in the Kazakh Republic. Sputnik had a diameter of 22 inches and weighed 184 pounds and circled Earth once every hour and 36 minutes. Traveling at 18,000 miles an hour, its elliptical orbit had an apogee (farthest point from Earth) of 584 miles and a perigee (nearest point) of 143 miles. Visible with binoculars before sunrise or after sunset, Sputniktransmitted radio signals back to Earth strong enough to be picked up by amateur radio operators. Those in the United States with access to such equipment tuned in and listened in awe as the beepin