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Issue 30 - September 14th 2013: Psychology Of A Porn Star.

Issue 30 - September 14th 2013: Psychology Of A Porn Star. | hasard | Scoop.it
HuffPost Live is a live-streaming network that attempts to create the most social video experience possible. Viewers are invited to join discussions live as on-air guests. Topics range from politics to pop culture.
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Céline's journey to the cutting edge of literature - The Guardian

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'I'd give all of Baudelaire for an Olympic swimmer," Céline insisted.
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Esto es un ensayo - Rebelión

Esto es un ensayo Rebelión No podía comprender cómo intelectuales de la talla de Blanchot, Céline, Drieu La Rochelle, De Man, Pessoa, Pound, Hamsun, Elíade, Cioran, Sombart, Gadamer, Heidegger, Grass, los hermanos Jünger… pudieran caer hechizados...

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Herramienta de seguridad en linea: Tor Project - Anonymity Online

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Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis.


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Is Russia Ready for Health 2.0?

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December 20, 2012 - By Pascal Lardier. The Wikipedia article about health care in Russia starts like this: “Russia has more physicians, hospitals, and health care workers than almost any other country in the world on a per capita basis. However, since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the health of the Russian population has declined considerably as a result of social, economic, and lifestyle changes.” The Russian health care system has been going through major changes to improve access and quality of delivery. Currently, health care expenditures account for roughly 4% of the GDP (vs. 15.2% in the US) and this number is projected to grow to 10-14% over the next few years. The reform that started in 2009 will continue through 2015. It is expected that about 40% of resources allocated to health care restructuring will be spend on improving infrastructures, including information technology. What about Russia? They have the critical need and a system that is probably too fragmented to respond to these challenges on its own. Although mainly a centralized single payer system, it counts no less than 56000 health care operators and MEDSI, the leading private chain of clinics only represents 1.3% of the market. Their financing mechanisms could use a little oil (no pun intended), but they have resources. The demand for private health services is supported by the growth of the middle class and government investments that will increase in the years to come. The Internet penetration is expected to grow from 33% in 2009 (compared to 70% in the US) to 55% in 2015 and mobile penetration is already very high. The entrepreneurial spirit is happening in the technology sector while health care entrepreneurs are still catching up and would benefit from more exposure to the developments of the rest of the global Health 2.0 community.  


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The CEE (central and eastern european) countries are posing a wide variety of developmental status in health care. Might they be able to leap forward with a new paradigm in health care, thus learning from the western countris of what not to do and instead select the right angels to new perspectives in care?

It will be a inspiring journey for all to learn. Let's join them!

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1915-16, London Through the Eyes of a Frenchman: Louis ...

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We're pleased to be able to announce that Claire Lozier will be introducing our fifth event: '1915-16, London through the eyes of a Frenchman: Louis-Ferdinand Céline's Guignol's Band I and II ' This event will take place on ...
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Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Louis-Ferdinand Céline was the pen name of Louis Ferdinand Auguste Destouches (27 May 1894 – 1 July 1961). He was a French novelist, pamphleteer and physician. The name Céline was the first name of his grandmother. He is considered one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, developing a new style of writing that modernized both French and world literature.

The only child of Fernand Destouches and Marguerite-Louise-Céline Guilloux, he was born Louis Ferdinand Auguste Destouches in 1894 at Courbevoie, just outside Paris in the Seine département (now Hauts-de-Seine). The family came originally from Brittany. His father was a minor functionary in an insurance firm and his mother was a lacemaker.[2] In 1905 he was awarded his Certificat d'études, after which he worked as an apprentice and messenger boy in various trades.[2] Between 1908 and 1910 his parents sent him to Germany and England for a year in each country in order to acquire foreign languages for future employment.[2] From the time he left school, until the age of eighteen, Céline worked various jobs, leaving or losing them after only short periods of time. He often found himself working for jewellers, first, at eleven, as an errand boy, and later as a salesperson for a local goldsmith. Although he was no longer being formally educated, he bought schoolbooks with the money he earned, and studied by himself. It was around this time that Céline started to want to become a doctor.[3]

In 1912, in what Céline described as an act of rebellion against his parents, he joined the French army, two years before the start of the first World War and its mandatory French conscription. This was a time in France when, following the Moroccan crisis of 1911, nationalism reached "fever pitch" – a period one historian described as "The Hegemony of Patriotism" (1911–1914), particularly affecting opinion in the lycées and grandes écoles of Paris.[4]

Céline is considered one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, developing a new style of writing that

modernized both French and world literature.


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Journey to the End of the Night by Louis Ferdinand Celine. | So ...

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L. F. Celine. What to say about this book? Hmmmm…. Its basically the story of Louis Ferdinand Bardamu (which it appears is a literary surrogate of the author himself.) and his journey through various times in his life, such as ...
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Bell Labs Invents Lensless Camera

Bell Labs Invents Lensless Camera | hasard | Scoop.it
A new class of imaging device with no lens and just a single light sensitive sensor could revolutionise optical, infrared and millimetre wave imaging.

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BLC3's curator insight, June 5, 2013 6:31 AM

A single light sensitive sensor. But can they ever truly compete with solid lenses?

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i thought people whould stop making new watches

 

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Top 10 Tech This Week

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It was another exciting week in tech. If you missed it, worry not -- that's why we're here with Top 10 Tech.

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This achievement is one to commemorate on your favorite iPad, right? What's cooler than your best high tech gadget? An engraving of a sci-fi fantasy so close to becoming reality! http://www.brainstormkingston.com/laser-engraving-service/tech-laser-engraving/

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This would be a cool car to fly in a game.

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Russian Online Health Startup, VitaPortal, Raises $2M Series A funding

Russian Online Health Startup, VitaPortal, Raises $2M Series A funding | hasard | Scoop.it
VitaPortal, a Russian provider of online and mobile health tools and content aimed at helping people live healthier lifestyles, has closed $2 million in Series A funding, led by Russian investment firm Prostor Capital, and also backed by angel...

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L'équation de Schrödinger pour les nuls

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L'équation de Schrödinger vous a certainement fasciné et vous vous demandez d'où elle vient et si elle est a été révélée à son auteur (...)

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¿Cuáles son, dónde están y cómo operan los principales carteles del narco en México?

¿Cuáles son, dónde están y cómo operan los principales carteles del narco en México? | hasard | Scoop.it

De acuerdo con el Informe sobre América Latina No. 48 “El Desafió de Peña Nieto: los Cárteles Criminales y el Estado de Derecho en México” desarrollado por el International Crisis Group (www.crisisgroup.org), del 19 de marzo de 2013, estos son los principales cárteles del narcotráfico que operan en México. Cabe destacar, sin embargo, que de acuerdo con la Procuraduría General de la República, en México existen más de 80 pequeños cárteles que operan en todo el país de los cuales no se tiene información pública. De acuerdo con distintos analistas la pulverización de los cárteles de la droga y por ende la dificultad de enfrentarlos es resultado de la guerra contra el narcotráfico desarrollada sin recursos, inteligencia y estrategia durante el gobierno de Felipe Calderón Hinojosa (2006-2012).

 

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