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A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer (INTERVIEW)A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer (INTERVIEW)

Author Jeffrey Archer knows about reversals of fortune, From politics to best seller lists to prison [ ... ]

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The Rational Optimist - How Prosperity Evolves by Matt RidleyThe Rational Optimist - How Prosperity Evolves by ...

If you are tired of reading all the negative news in the newspaper, and watching all the economic [ ... ]

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Hung at Dawn by M RaviHung at Dawn by M Ravi

Can an innocent man be hanged in Singapore? On what first seemed like just another day, a young Mal [ ... ]

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We Are Not Ducks On A Pond But Ships At SeaWe Are Not Ducks On A Pond But Ships At Sea

This compilation endeavors to introduce Budapest’s independent art scene of the past 20 years and  [ ... ]

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WOW Magazine

On a 2003 visit, a Mexican designer friend tipped me to WOW magazine. I scoured Mexico City stores to find it and bought out inventories when I did...

WOW MagazineAs far as I know it's the only Mexican publication to cover topics like design, art, film, music, politics, culture, and ecology in a glossy magazine format with bold, chaotic graphic layouts.

According to Ana Mallett, a member of the magazine's advisory board and a friend of Cool Hunting, WOW disappeared for six months only to resurface a couple weeks ago with a "better than ever" issue that includes a John Waters interview, a look into burgeoning Chinese influences in Argentina, a profile of M.I.A., and a piece about contemporary bicycle culture.

Their wide scope and anarchic design can be daunting, but their catch-all approach allows for features like a spread on painter Luc Tuymans alongside a report on AIDS research in Cuba that keeps the magazine feeling fresh and full of energy.

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