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Wale and Jerry Seinfeld Cover Complex Magazine

Wale and Jerry Seinfeld Cover Complex Magazine

Wale and Jerry Seinfeld's budding friendship isn't just for show, these two get along pretty well. The unlikely comrades cover the Dec. 2014/Jan. 2015 issue of Complex magazine in support of Wale's upcoming The Album About Nothing LP, which is ..., 1 week ago

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Jagran Post

Young Indian architect named 'leader of tomorrow' by Time Magazine

Time said Shetty is ‘building hope in India’ as an architect who is "finding simple solutions to complex problems." Shetty, working with the Bangalore-based non-profit Parinaam Foundation, is designing homes for hundreds of slum dwellers whose ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Indian Architect Named 'Leader of Tomorrow' by Time Magazine  NDTV2 months ago Bangalorean is TIME 'leader of tomorrow'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Urban Mecca

Nicki Minaj Strips Down For Complex Magazine

With her forthcoming LP The Pinkprint set to dropnext month, Nicki Minaj rocked futuristic ensembles to cover Complex magazine's December 2014/January 2015 issue. She sported a caged-skirt and a metal-plated bra by Chromat with a stylish bob, ...
 Urban Mecca1 week ago Nicki Minaj says Anaconda was a joke  Zimbabwe Herald1 day ago Nicki Minaj Disrespects Reporter Covering American Music Awards 2014 Over Iggy Azalea  International Business Times Australia2 days ago Nicki Minaj Feels Guilty For Priortizing Fame Over Family, Plans To Move Back To New York  International Business Times Australia2 days ago

Letters: Robot wars and acid bath murders

From Tim Stevenson The complex issues of robot war that Chris Baraniuk discusses can be boiled down to three questions. First, do we accept the utilitarian principle that we should choose the option that maximises good and minimises harm, rather ...
 New Scientist12 hours ago
Washington Times

BOOK REVIEW: 'Bohemians, Bootleggers, Flappers, and Swells: The Best of Early Vanity Fair'

Edited by Graydon Carter The Penguin Press, $29.95, 420 pages Vanity Fair magazine for the past three decades has loomed so large in the popular culture that there can be few literate people in this country who are unaware of its splashy ...
 Washington Times1 day ago
Virtual Strategy Magazine

Progressive Grocer Recognizes Abby Fox of Unified Grocers as one of The Top Women in Grocery

ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 25, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Progressive Grocer (PG) magazine released its 8th annual list of the Top Women in Grocery for 2014, and featured Abby Fox, Manager of Procurement Strategy at Unified Grocers as a "Rising ...
 Reuters1 day ago

Bringing women back to programming

In the 1960s, computer programming was still viewed as a lucrative career choice for many young women. Cosmopolitan magazine at the time even ran an article entitled The Computer Girls, which depicted the field as a better opportunity for women than ...
 IT-Online2 days ago
Alberta Venture

Introducing: Canada's Pipeline Dialogue

The discussion in this country around pipelines often seems to come down to a for or against vote. The complexity of the relationship between pipelines and Canada's economic, social and environmental well-being is too often drowned out by shouting ...
 Alberta Venture2 days ago

Keeping it complex

Posted by: Closed Circuit 21/11/2014 The Social Housing Annual Conference is a forum for the meeting of some of the finest financial minds in the sector. So it should come as to no surprise to panellists to find themselves rigorously grilled ...
 InsideHousing5 days ago
Houston Chronicle

Magazine highlights Rice's work in 3D printing

Photo: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO, AFP/ Japan-based Fasotec's 3.6-inch resin model of a fetus, encased in a transparent block in the shape of the mother's body, was fashioned by a 3D printer after an MRI scan. Rice University is working to advance 3D ...
 Houston Chronicle6 days ago
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