Group ufiction: The book club that wrote a book – well, two actually
Hemingway vs. Imrich. The literary “battle of the ages” involved evaluations of chest hair, a blow to the face (with a book, of course), slaps, and wrestling moves Real life action seekers
More than half of adult Australians try to avoid the news occasionally or often, according to a new University of Canberra report. Some of the main reasons cited by those who avoid news are that news can have a negative effect on mood; news can't be relied upon to be true; and/or that people didn't feel that there is anything they can do about news stories.
*Report - Digital News Report: Australia 2017
An overwhelming majority (86%) of respondents in 25 countries around the world agree that over the last year the world became more dangerous.
Sensis. Almost eight in 10 people (79%) are now using social media, with 18-29 year olds displaying a range of obsessive tendencies that raise questions around the long-term psychological impact of the growth of social media, as revealed in the latest Sensis Social Media Report.
e-estonia, 14/6/17. During the last few years Estonia has held talks with a number of countries and has now succeeded with one of the smallest countries in the European Union. The first data embassy will be based in a high-security data centre in Betzdorf, a commune in eastern Luxembourg.