review   83979

« earlier    

London sprawling - FT.com
In practice, the entire southeast quadrant of England – except some distant and ill-connected coastal areas – is now operating as a single conurbation. Whether this is sucking the blood out of the rest of the country or pumping it round is a matter for debate, though both notions must be partially true. But every part of the body has become defined by its relationship with this heart.
London  megalopolis  dominance  review  UK  FinancialTimes  2014 
18 hours ago by inspiral
Adventist Review Online | Egypt May Classify Adventist Church as Non-Christian
Local Adventist leaders seek prayers as they reach out to the government and media to stop the bill.
IFTTT  Pocket  adventist  review  updates 
yesterday by designerbrent
What is Google? | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
In many of the conversations I have online with commenters on my posts or on Twitter, it becomes clear people have very different conceptions of what Google is as a company. I’ve heard at least the following descriptions:
“Google is an advertising company”
“Google is a search company”
“Google is a data company”
Google  strategy  typology  onlineadvertising  search  data  review  Techpinions  2014 
yesterday by inspiral
Super Smash Bros for Wii U review: crazy eights | Polygon
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is, hands-down, the best game in the franchise's history, and for reasons you probably wouldn't expect.
It's got everything you could want from a Smash title. It's enormously content-rich, with more characters, customization options and ways to play than previous series entries have approached. There is so much mastery to develop, techniques to refine and stuff to unlock. It's a bottomless toy box, and everything in it is fun.

But there is one feature that just turns the whole thing up to 11, that breaks the barrier that has secretly limited what Smash can be. It's something that mutates into its own game-inside-a-game, and is, without a doubt, the most fun I've had playing video games this year: eight-player Smash.
polygon  smash_bros  review  multiplayer 
yesterday by rufous
Adventist Review Online | Current Adventist News
U.S. Vice President’s Wife Praises ADRA's Work in UkraineJill Biden visits a shelter operated by the Adventist relief agency in Kiev. How God Changed a Brazilian VoiceA well-known local narrator says his “girlish” voice only dropped to a deep baritone when he stood for God.
IFTTT  Pocket  adventist  review  updates 
2 days ago by designerbrent
The Quietus | Features | Strange World Of... | The Strange And Frightening World Of . . . Basic Channel
Angus Finlayson is here to take the newcomer gently by the hand and to introduce them to the sublime techno frequencies of Basic Channel . . .
dub  BasicChannel  Rhythm&Sound  2014  techno  TheQuietus  music  profile  review 
2 days ago by rjkroege
The Quietus | Features | Strange World Of... | The Strange And Frightening World Of . . . Basic Channel
Angus Finlayson is here to take the newcomer gently by the hand and to introduce them to the sublime techno frequencies of Basic Channel . . .
BasicChannel  Rhythm&Sound  techno  dub  profile  review  music  TheQuietus  2014 
2 days ago by inspiral
Review: These Were Free On My Blog | Topside Press
The likes of Twitter and Tumblr can bring us quick comfort, connection with distant friends, and a format for rapid fire short form, for experimenting with our voices. They’re also places where our voices evaporate into the corporate cloud, where the eternal “now” of content generation is antipathetic towards the task of building bodies or archives of work, or works that demand more than 30 seconds’ engagement.
review  chastain  net 
2 days ago by rubbercat

« earlier    

related tags

1020  1520  2  2014  3  4  4s  5  5s  8  920  _380  aaronstewartahn  accelerator  adventist  ae  aewol  afw  air  album  anandtech  anthology  app  applepay  arment  author:stevensinofsky  backpack  basicchannel  bersa  bersa_thunder  bike  bitcoin  black  blige  blockchain  blog  blogger  blue  bmw  bodum  book  books  bumper  by:jürgen-schmidhuber  calendar  camera  cameras  cars  case  castello  chastain  coffee  colors  comparison  compra  computing  cote&ciel  cp1  crime  culture  dancemusic  data  davarg  dccomics  deep-learning  deep  delivery  disney  disruption  dominance  dub  eatkorea  economist  editors'  entertainment  extended  factmag  fantastical  film  financialtimes  finextra  flash  forum  fotografia  fountain  fox  ft  fujfilm  fuji  fujifilm  games  google  gps  gtd  guide  gun  handmade  headphones  history  icloud  ifttt  incubator  ink  intel  interdisciplinary  interstellar  ios  ios5  ios6  ios7  ipad  iphone  iphone_5s  iroshizuku  isar  ivp-academic  j  ja  jason  jeju  kanam5  kim  korea  labberton-c  lamy  language  laptop  learningbyshipping  leather  leica  lfk  literature  london  lumia  mac  macbook  macstories  marco  mark-labberton  marketing  marvel  mary  mckenzie-ft  mcx  mediaredef  medium  megalopolis  microchips  microsoft  mini  minimal  minimally  ml  mobilepayments  mondaynote  monochrome  months  mooreslaw  movie  movies  multiplayer  music  net  new  nile  nintendo  nn  nokia  noto  omnifocus  oneplus  onlineadvertising  opo  osx  overcast  paper  parcel  parkin  parkinsons  payments  pedals  pen  phablet  philosophy  phone  picks  pilot  pink1  piston  pocket  podcast  polygon  productivity  profile  publicity  reddit  reminders  resources  restaurant  retina  rhythm&sound  robert-stein  robert-tracy-mckenzie  rucksack  rx1  safari  scorcher  sea  search  sequels  setup  shoes  sig_sauer  sig_sauer_p238  six  sleeve  smart  smash_bros  snell  snes  sony  soul  southkorea  specs  startup  stein-jtcsm  storytelling  strategy  surface2  susan  swan  sweet  t  techno  technology  techpinions  thelondonsessions  thequietus  therapy  things  time  to-read  todoist  tracker  travel  tweetbot  typology  uk  updates  urban  vegan  video  village  vittici  warnerbrothers  wear  windows  wishlist  x100  x30  xdadevelopers  xiaomi  you 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: