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A Sex Bomb: Secrets and Exercises of how to become one

In this eBook I share with the most interesting and breathtaking knowledge and secrets of the sexual energy, the most powerful and creative energy on the Earth. This book is good and helpful for us to work on our insecurities, relationships, new exciting dates attractions, and fundamental self-improvement of self-love itself. People, but especially females-…

Helpful Tips on Historical Research : Women Writers, Women’s Books

Many writers set their work in the past, but only a very few have the luxury of a training in historical research. Yet online resources are making it easier than ever before to get to grips with the history that matters to your latest project. As a university historian, I spend a lot of time…

London – A day on the Tube

One day in the life of the Tube. This visualisation shows 562,145 journeys on the network, from a 5% sample of Oyster-card journeys during a week in 2009. One coloured dot equals one person: direction of travel and use stands out particularly during rush hour. Being a born and bred Londoner, I’ve always loved travelling…

How Does ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Look on a Map?

“It’s a bit of a sinister landscape,” author and illustrator Andrew DeGraff says of his hand-painted map inspired by the 1963 sci-fi classic A Wrinkle in Time. The stunning map, which took DeGraff around 140 hours to create, uses colored lines to represent each fictional character’s journey through the galaxy of Madeleine L’Engle’s beloved children’s…

Humans in 1000 Years

We’ve gotten taller. We’re living longer — and healthier — than ever before. And thanks to advances in technology, we can Google just about any imaginable piece of information (along with those kitten videos). That’s what has happened to the human species in the past 1,000 years or so. But what will happen to us…

Stephen King: Can a Novelist Be Too Productive?

THERE are many unspoken postulates in literary criticism, one being that the more one writes, the less remarkable one’s work is apt to be. Joyce Carol Oates, the author of more than 50 novels (not counting the 11 written under the pseudonyms Rosamond Smith and Lauren Kelly), understands perfectly how little use critics have for…

One Meme Brilliantly Shows The Ugly Truth About The Absurd Cost Of Textbooks

Today’s ridiculously unaffordable cost of college in obtaining what is essentially a six-figure wall hanging is daunting to many, especially since most employers require that you can type 55 emojis per minute. Moreover, an uber competitive job market and lack of upward mobility basically means the only thing you’ll need to know is the difference…