"Culture" Blogs & Blog Posts

Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

A passion for art, culture and travel...photos and information, comments an...

 
Chainsaws and JellyChainsaws and Jelly

Something bigger, something brighter.

 
Being BetaBeing Beta

Exercises in the higher banter with One of 26. Elsewhere called 'poet ...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
The CommentatorThe Commentator

A place that proves we know nothing.

 
Dawg's BlawgDawg's Blawg

A progressive blog on culture and politics, with emphasis on Canada. Occasi...

 
James HenleyJames Henley

Thoughts on missional faith for a new generation. The blog of James Henley ...

 


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In China, some court cases will now be streamed on the internet for the public to view across the country. The Chinese government isn't exactly known for transparency, but this is certainly a step in that direction. As you might expect, not all...

When Microsoft announced they'd won the bidding war for LinkedIn with a colossal $26.2 billion offer, it seemed, well, about as interesting as corporate enterprise acquisitions sound. Yet it's a shrewd move for both: Integrating a business-...

If you thought the battle over whether or not the "keys" to the internet would be handed over to an international governing body might be over quickly, we've got some bad news. Attorneys general from Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma and Nevada f...

This week the topic of cybersecurity made its first-ever appearance at a presidential debate. This was thanks to moderator Lester Holt, who asked candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump how to fight cyberattacks. Both were heavy on emphasizing t...

I canceled my iPhone 7 Plus order last week. Yes, I still had a two-week wait before it was scheduled to arrive, but it wasn't impatience that got the better of me. It was where I live: Japan. iPhones sold here (and in Korea) hold the dubious ho...

With the US presidential election just over a month away, a Homeland Security official says voter registration systems in 20 states were the targets of hackers. The Associated Press reports that an official from the department confirmed the activity.

The Department of Defense announced on Friday that it is investing $100 million in a drone base located in Agadez, in central Niger. The base will serve as a central surveillance hub in the fight against both Boko Haram and roaming militant groups li...