• 21 August 2018

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 Money Laundering: How and Why General Interest

Money Laundering: How and Why

The exact origins of the practise are unknown, but many place it in gang culture of early 20th Century USA, the term ‘money laundering’ itself was first officially used in the 1980.

Microsoft goes Underwater Technology

Microsoft goes Underwater

Microsoft is leveraging technology from submarines and working with pioneers in marine energy for the second phase of its moonshot to develop self-sufficient underwater datacenters that can deliver lightning-quick cloud services to coastal cities.

Labour Rights in South East Asia World

Labour Rights in South East Asia

What concrete reforms ought to be made to garment factories to ensure that worker safety is protected?

Genocide Today War

Genocide Today

Genocide is an evolutionary process consisting of ten stages that are predictable, but not inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The subsequent stages must be preceded by the earlier stages, though earlier stages continue to operate throughout the process.

Ekecheria lives General Interest

Ekecheria lives

In Greek mythology, Ekecheria was the personification of truce, armistice, and cessation of hostilities. She was honored every year at the Olympic Games when a truce was declared among the states of Greece for the duration of the Olympic Games to ensure the safety of the athletes.

Dyslexia. A Step closer to its end General Interest

Dyslexia. A Step closer to its end

Dyslexia is a specific learning disability in reading. Kids with dyslexia have trouble reading accurately and fluently. They may also have trouble with reading comprehension, spelling and writing. However, a new font claims to clear the way through the digital letter landscape, making it accessible for everyone.

Digital Amnesia General Interest

Digital Amnesia

Digital Amnesia is the experience of forgetting information that you trust to a digital device to store and remember for you. A Kaspersky Lab study has found many of us struggle to recall memories trusted to connected devices.

Trauma begets Trauma: The personal life of dictators World

Trauma begets Trauma: The personal life of dictators

This article explores 3 examples of dictators from 3 continents and their terrible childhood experiences and try to extrapolate on how those experiences may have the shaped the man that would go on to commit atrocities while in power.