Strange Encounters….Of A Pop Music Kind

Husky Rescue is a band not many Americans are familiar with. They’re from Finland. Their lead singer was replaced halfway through their career. And they haven’t released an album since 2012. While most of their music deals with ambient pop mash-ups, Ship of Light, released in 2010, takes it a step further, adding a supernatural element to their […]

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The Creep Factor: Remarketing and the Customized Shopping Experience

  Many of our wallets are significantly lighter after Black Friday. But we’re still receiving emails and seeing ads on every webpage that remind us of the goods we managed to not purchase by exercising some control. I get emails with such personal, albeit amusing, subject titles that I often wonder if there is someone […]

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Retort: Red Dead Redemption 2 is True Art. But It’s Hardly the Only Piece Worth Examining

  I have a confession to make: I don’t like anything by Rockstar Games. To many, this is an outrageous statement. Rockstar is one of the largest developers in the industry, and produces games reminiscent in size, scope, and budget to Hollywood blockbusters. Their games are universally lauded by fans and critics alike, and are […]

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The Lonely Planet Guide to Diaspora: Part One

  SOUTH AMERICA Guyana is a Caribbean peculiarity     Welcome to Guyana Few places on the planet offer peculiarity in such abundance as Guyana. Thanks to Sir Walter Raleigh and the British imperial crown, Guyana is South America’s only English speaking country. Since the end of slavery and indenture in the country, Guyana’s history has become […]

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