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East Germany’s old mines transformed into new lake district

Despite a €2.2bn regeneration programme, the Lusatian Lake District project, on land once occupied by the GDR’s industrial heartland, remains relatively unknown to non-east Germans. So we took a tour …<p>‘This was once one of the dirtiest areas in East Germany,” says Sören, my tour guide from IBA …

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Sandymount - James Joyce Online Notes

<b>Stephen’s stroll on the strand</b><p>At the opening of the third chapter of <i>Ulysses</i> (Proteus) we encounter Stephen Dedalus mid-thought and mid-stride on …

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He halted. I have passed the way to aunt Sara’s. Am I not going there? Seems not. No-one about. He turned northeast and crossed the firmer sand …

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Archaic but widely used crypto cipher allows NSA to decode most cell calls | Ars Technica

Snowden docs make it official: The NSA can crack 30-year-old A5/1 crypto.<p>The National Security Agency can easily defeat the world's most widely used …

The 20 Best TV Shows Of 2013

England had the Elizabethan one; comics had the 1930s, and television’s golden age is happening right now. The small screen has, many would argue, …

re:Joyce, Volume 1: Exploring the World of Ulysses with Frank Delaney Kindle Edition

Based on the popular podcast of the same name, re:Joyce collects Best-Selling author Frank Delaney's notes on every page of James Joyce's Ulysses. …

Reading It Wrong

How far is language really able to communicate something new, something that runs contrary to my expectations? Or rather, how far will I allow it to …