Jozef Imrich, name worthy of Kafka, has his finger on the pulse of any irony of interest and shares his findings to keep you in-the-know with the savviest trend setters and infomaniacs.
''I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.''
Big decisions with heart; little ones with head ...
“The scenes in All the President’s Men that show Woodward and Bernstein crisscrossing Washington on foot and ringing doorbells at night are shoe leather mythology in its most concentrated form. Making calls is good, but one stepped removed from what is most holy…”
AUSSIES rule the world when it comes to our interest in booze, drugs, junk food and clothing, an international study into emoji use has revealed.
SwiftKey, the makers of a popular third-party app for smartphones, has analysed the way people in countries around the world use emoji in a report that looked at more than 1 billion pieces of data sent by speakers of 16 different languages in a four-month period. Some of thereport’s findings support common ethnic stereotypes.
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is one of the tax code’s best freebies: a provision allowing people to
rent out their homes for fewer than 15 days a year and pocket the
income-tax-free. This break is often called the Masters exemption
because of its popularity in Augusta, Ga., during the famous April golf
services such as Airbnb, HomeAway, Onefinestay and FlipKey are making
it easier for people to take advantage of the Masters exemption by
offering short-term rentals of their homes. Airbnb alone had more than
one million listings at the end of 2014, more than triple the number it
had at the end of 2012.
But this boon also is putting some so-called hosts on a collision course with the Internal Revenue Service, tax experts say.
Diversity is a wonderful thing. On that note, I enjoyed Siobhan Thompson’s delightful linguistic tour
of 17 accents of the British Isles - and the celebrities who speak with
them. Celebrity references points of Lancashire (where I hail from) are
“Christopher Eccleston or most of the cast of the Downstairs and
Downton Abbey.” Revolution begins with language, one million YouTube
hits and counting. Decisions made by Accents