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Smart instruments aren’t a dumb idea Full confession: I've held a ukulele before, tuned one, and learned a few chords, all of which I've since forgotten. Compared to a guitar, it's a really easy instrument.
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• Facebook • Twitter Steve Bannon, former president of the incendiary Breitbart News and more recently chief executive of Trump's campaign, is taking on a role as Donald Trump's "chief strategist and counselor."
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Many people happy to spend over £500 on a phone would look in horror at the suggestion of spending more than £25 on headphones. The investment is worth it, though, and not just for improved sound quality.
I wish the doctor had mentioned hysteria before he broke my jaw. After seven weeks of watching The Simpsons DVDs, eating cheddar soup through a syringe, and communicating through a dry erase board, I It
Some years ago, I interviewed the Nobel prize-winning psychologist and bestselling author Daniel Kahneman. He told me one of his all-time favorite thought experiments, which is something of a classic
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