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The Failure Of SuccessThe Failure Of Success by Jan Sand
18 October 2020
I was inspired to think about this by the sculpture of Damien Hirst of a skull inset with an entire surface of diamonds. Hirst is a very successful and very controversial artist who does extremely well in his... (Add a comment)
Poetry of Your EyesPoetry of Your Eyes by Shola Balogun
18 October 2020
Your name is like A Shakespearean sonnet, Sweet, beautifully composed. (Add a comment)
A few additional notes on "face-saving"A few additional notes on "face-saving" by Joseph Gatt
18 October 2020
Received a few more questions on "face-saving" cultures, and here are the answers. Q: What are the differences between dating in face-saving cultures and dating in "free" cultures? (Add a comment)
Joker without "J"Joker without "J" by Patrick McWade
18 October 2020
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade. (Add a comment)
Alaska Alaska by The Ovi Team
18 October 2020
October 18th 1867; the U.S. formally takes possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for $7.2 million, or less than two cents an acre. The Alaska purchase comprised 586,412 square miles... (1 comment)
Phillis Wheatley freePhillis Wheatley free by The Ovi Team
18 October 2020
October 18th 1775; African-American poet Phillis Wheatley freed from slavery. Phillis Wheatley (1753-December 5, 1784), enslaved at the age of eight, is widely known as the first African-American woman in US history... (5 comments)
Odysseus Elytis NobelOdysseus Elytis Nobel by The Ovi Team
18 October 2020
Since the last few days we are talking about Nobel Prizes, a Greek poet Odysseus Elytis, was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize and it was announced on the 18th of October 1979. (Add a comment)
The imperialism of a goebbelist mouthpieceThe imperialism of a goebbelist mouthpiece by Thanos Kalamidas
17 October 2020
The era of disinformation, misleading labeling, conspiracy theories and paraphrasing ideas has long been reality for a small group in the backbenches of society and it has always been there floating between life and illution. (Add a comment)
We Stand AloneWe Stand Alone by Nikos Laios
17 October 2020
A flock of geese Fly under a grey sky, The fields are damp, The streets are wet. (Add a comment)
Trick questions in higher educationTrick questions in higher education by Joseph Gatt
17 October 2020
The main problem of higher education: either you go to college straight out of high school and your brain is still comfortable with studying, attending lectures, reading, memorizing and tests. (Add a comment)
International Day for the Eradication of PovertyInternational Day for the Eradication of Poverty by The Ovi Team
17 October 2020
The campaign to make poverty history - a central moral challenge of our age - cannot remain a task for the few; it must become a calling for the many. On this International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, I urge everyone to join this struggle. (2 comments)
Olympic silent protestOlympic silent protest by The Ovi Team
17 October 2020
October 17th 1968; two black American athletes have made history at the Mexico Olympics by staging a silent protest against racial discrimination. Tommie Smith and John Carlos, gold and bronze medallists in the 200m... (Add a comment)
World Food Day: A Call For Collective Action to Protect the PlanetWorld Food Day: A Call For Collective Action to Protect the Planet by Rene Wadlow
16 October 2020
16 October is the U.N.-designated World Food Day. The date was chosen to mark the creaton of the Food and Agriculture Oranization in 1945 and located in Rome which had been the home of an agriculture institute... (Add a comment)
Boris Johnson at Sea: Coronavirus Confusion in the UKBoris Johnson at Sea: Coronavirus Confusion in the UK by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
16 October 2020
The tide has been turning against UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Oafishly, he has managed to convert that tide into a deluge of dissatisfaction assisted by the gravitational pull of singular incompetence. (Add a comment)
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