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The Guardian view on lengthening books: read them and weep | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian
At 500 pages, The Overstory is a “majestic redwood” of a novel. Its place on this week’s Man Booker shortlist is testament that long books are fine by the judges. via Pocket
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If ending Syria’s war means accepting Assad and Russia have won, so be it | Jonathan Steele | Opinion | The Guardian
Just when it seems the Syrian war cannot get more complex, it does. In the skies above the Mediterranean, Syrian missiles shoot down an allied Russian surveillance plane after mistaking it for an Israeli bomber. via Pocket
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Joana Marques Vidal sai. Lucília Gago é a nova procuradora-geral da República
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa e António Costa nomearam a nova Procuradora-Geral da República. Será Lucília Gago, de 62 anos, que sucede a Joana Marques Vidal, uma decisão com efeitos a partir de 12 de outubro de 2018. A nomeação é divulgada em nota no site da Presidência da República. via Pocket
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Diplomatas são os funcionários mais bem pagos do Estado
Os diplomatas ganham, em média, mais 39% do que o Presidente da República e mais 48% do que o primeiro-ministro. Os dados são da Direcção-Geral da Administração e do Emprego Público que apontam esta profissão como a mais bem paga do Estado. via Pocket
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Expresso | Em 1911, o 1.º Presidente ganhava 15 vezes mais do que um deputado. E agora?
Política Em 1911, o 1.º Presidente ganhava 15 vezes mais do que um deputado. E agora? 08.03. via Pocket
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Juiz ordena exame psiquiátrico a Marine Le Pen http://tvi24.iol. via Pocket
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The long Brexit endgame has started 4:45 AM - 20 Sep 2018 via Pocket
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European Union leaders meet for a summit in Salzburg, Austria, with Brexit and migration on the agenda. Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s confession that EU leaders want the U.K. to have a second vote and stay in the bloc caused irritation at home. via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
Theresa May seemed to have shocked EU leaders yesterday when she said there won’t be a delay to Brexit. One of her ministers recently shocked a German news magazine when he said there won’t be a second referendum. It was front page news. via Pocket
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Subscribe to read | Financial Times
Keep abreast of significant corporate, financial and political developments around the world. Stay informed and spot emerging risks and opportunities with independent global reporting, expert commentary and analysis you can trust. via Pocket
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Time to join the generation game? — Crooked Timber
As regular readers will know, I’ve spent a generation or more [1] deriding what I call the generation game – the idea of dividing the population up into birth cohorts (categories based on year of birth) such as Boomers, X-ers and so on (Millennials weren’t invented when I started) and assigni via Pocket
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My last word on Nancy MacLean — Crooked Timber
Attention conservation notice: This is a lengthy post looking to demonstrate, should demonstration be needed, that I am not a tool of the “Koch donor network. via Pocket
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Theresa May tells EU27 she won't delay Brexit despite lack of a deal | Politics | The Guardian via Pocket
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Macron urges EU leaders to stand firm against Theresa May | Politics | The Guardian via Pocket
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A very German farce 2:05 AM - 20 Sep 2018 via Pocket
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Attacks weaken legitimacy of spitzenkandidat model 2:05 AM - 20 Sep 2018 via Pocket
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Theresa May plots assault on EU’s Ireland Brexit demands – POLITICO
LONDON — The U.K. is preparing to throw a new Brexit demand into the Irish border mix: democracy. According to three senior officials from the U.K. via Pocket
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mainly macro: Why Brexiters look defeated
One reason Brexiters split in stage one of the Brexit endgame is that there is no good way forward for them. When Boris Johnson calls the EU’s Irish border backstop “a monstrosity” he is talking about its impact on the plans of the Brexiters rather than its impact on the UK. via Pocket
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Don't Eat That - The food pyramid is a lie, fat is good for you, and many (if not most) health problems are treatable with diet alone. I'm in remission from severe arthritis (multiple joints replaced), chronic fatigue, depression and a plethora of other s
Don't Eat That The food pyramid is a lie, fat is good for you, and many (if not most) health problems are treatable with diet alone. I'm in remission from severe arthritis (multiple joints replaced), chronic fatigue, depression and a plethora of other symptoms from changing how I eat. via Pocket
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Corbyn and Salmond’s deep-state fears are a very British fantasy | Martin Kettle | Opinion | The Guardian
Alex Salmond and Jeremy Corbyn may seem strange political bedfellows. But the movements with which each is associated have something in common. Each is sustained in part by powerful myths, turbo-charged by social media, of betrayal and conspiracy. via Pocket
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If Labour is serious about power it must back a people’s vote on Brexit | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian
In Salzburg on Wednesday the sound of Brexit may be reassuringly anodyne, to ease Maria von May through a perilous Tory party conference. Climb every mountain and agreement is somewhere up there, will be the reassuring message from her ”few minutes over dinner” address to the 27 EU leaders. via Pocket
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Ruth Davidson is right. Who’d want to be Britain’s prime minister? | Dawn Foster | Opinion | The Guardian
A fair few political gamblers will be counting their losses after Ruth Davidson’s firm denial that she harbours any wish ever to become prime minister. via Pocket
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My beef with Jordan Peterson's all-cow diet | Emer O'Toole | Opinion | The Guardian
The Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson informed listeners of an interview he did recently that he eats only beef, salt, and water, and never cheats. His daughter Mikhaila started him on the regime. via Pocket
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We need a royal commission to save us from this botched Brexit | Catherine Barnard | Opinion | The Guardian
The image of a confident Theresa May arriving in Downing Street on 13 July 2016, having swept aside other Conservative hopefuls, now seems to belong to another age. via Pocket
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Theresa May tells EU27 she won't delay Brexit despite lack of a deal | Politics | The Guardian
Theresa May has tried to threaten EU leaders over dinner at a special summit in Salzburg by telling them the UK would not seek to delay Brexit, prompting European leaders to warn that the two sides remained far apart on trade and the Irish border despite months of negotiations. via Pocket
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David Foster Wallace was right – even in paradise we will need the internet | Brigid Delaney | Opinion | The Guardian
What did the internet look like in 1996? It was both basic and chaotic – message boards and some forums. Few people had email. You had to dial up with a modem. There was no social media – no Facebook or Twitter or Wikipedia. via Pocket
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Mis-sold, expensive and overhyped: why our universities are a con | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian
In any other area it would be called mis-selling. Given the sheer numbers of those duped, a scandal would erupt and the guilty parties would be forced to make amends. In this case, they’d include some of the most eminent politicians in Britain. But we don’t call it mis-selling. via Pocket
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Macron urges EU leaders to stand firm against Theresa May | Politics | The Guardian
Emmanuel Macron has appealed to his fellow EU leaders to maintain their tough approach to Brexit in response to the British prime minister’s demand for compromise at the end of a late dinner at the opening of an EU summit. via Pocket
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Here's Why Setting a Maximum Wage for CEOs Would be Good for Everyone | naked capitalism
Yves here. This post does a service by focusing on how the CEO compensation process is designed to assure ever-leapfrogging pay packets, or at the article describes it, a ratchet. via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
Pity prospective voters in next year’s European election trying to make sense of the spitzenkandidat process, sold to them last time round as a beautiful democratic advance. via Pocket
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How Connected Is Your Community to Everywhere Else in America? - The New York Times
America is often described as a place of great divides — between red and blue, big cities and rural towns, the coasts and the heartland. But our social lives are shaped by a much stronger force that ignores many of these lines: distance. via Pocket
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Valentino Dixon, whose golf illustrations sustained him while in prison, has his murder conviction vacated after 27 years in jail - Golf Digest
After 27 years in prison, a man who loves golf walked free today. Not only that, he was given back his innocence. Of course, the state can regift innocence about as capably as it can 27 years. Nevertheless, the Erie County District Court in Buffalo, N.Y. via Pocket
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Supreme Court: Here's what it's like to be a Supreme Court justice
Being a Supreme Court justice is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. But it’s still a job, and a grueling one, at that. Justices often evaluate thousands of cases a year, selecting dozens that will go before the court and making decisions that will impact millions of Americans. via Pocket
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Government, central bank lock horns over rate hike timing
The tension concerning the country’s key interest rate hike is expected to peak this week, in the wake of the government‘s latest set of additional measures to curb real estate speculation. via Pocket
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Irene Pimentel, Prémio Pessoa 2007, também ficou fora dos contratos da FCT – Observador
Irene Flunser Pimentel está entre os 3.600 investigadores que viram os seus projetos recusados, no Concurso Estímulo ao Emprego Científico da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. via Pocket
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A Síndrome do Peloponeso
Depois da guerra franco-prussiana (1870-1871), dois europeus anteciparam o futuro catastrófico do Velho Continente. via Pocket
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Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks – Goulet Pens Blog
There are two different videos I made here, the first covering an overview of the brand with an explanation of the different sizes and formats, and the second where I compare the two different types of paper in Leuchtturm1917 with Moleskine and Rhodia. via Pocket
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Communicating with Slip Boxes by Niklas Luhmann
What follows is a piece of empirical sociology. It concerns me and someone else, namely my slip box [or index card file]. It should be clear that the usual methods of empirical sociology would fail in this special case. Still, it is empirical, as this case really obtains. via Pocket
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Create a Zettelkasten for your Notes to Improve Thinking and Writing • Zettelkasten Method
Who is this for? People who want to improve their writing and coherent thinking, who are invested in so-called knowledge work and who connect ideas. This suits academics, authors and writers, journalists, but also programmers who organize their knowledge. via Pocket
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The Zettelkasten Method
Since classes have let out, I finally have a little more time to continue posts on my method of taking notes. via Pocket
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Taking note: Luhmann's Zettelkasten
Index cards played a large role in research during the last century -- the 20th century, that is. And there is still a great deal of interest in using index cards as a means for organizing one's daily life. via Pocket
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Post Overview • Zettelkasten Method
So you’re here for a starting point. Using a Zettelkasten is about optimizing a workflow of learning and producing knowledge. The products are texts, mostly. The categories we deem fit currently are the following: via Pocket
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Theresa May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU summit in Salzburg via Pocket
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Theresa May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU summit in Salzburg
Speaking in Brussels, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator said the European Union was ready to improve its proposal on the so-called Irish "backstop" after Brexit. via Pocket
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The part of Brexit everyone’s been avoiding is finally here: immigration | Gaby Hinsliff | Opinion | The Guardian - via Pocket
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I worked in an Amazon warehouse. via Pocket
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Ireland collects 14. via Pocket
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Captain Marvel: Why Brie Larson's Carol Danvers is a Marvel game-changer - BBC News
Captain America and co were left in a tricky position at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, but help may be at hand with the arrival of Captain Marvel. The first trailer for Brie Larson's Marvel movie has premiered ahead of its 2019 release. via Pocket
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By now, you know that the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield breached 3 percent for the first time in weeks. It climbed as high as 3.03 percent on Tuesday, a level not seen since May, when it touched a seven-year high. The attention heaped on the global borrowing benchmark is warranted, of course. via Pocket
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Captain Marvel reactions: Why punch an old woman? - CNET
Captain Marvel's first trailer hit the internet in a blaze of energy Tuesday morning, and fans have quickly clung to one particular moment. Brie Larson's character stands before an older woman on a train, leering at her like she's something villainous. via Pocket
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The part of Brexit everyone’s been avoiding is finally here: immigration | Gaby Hinsliff | Opinion | The Guardian
Brexit was never really about immigration. Or so liberal leavers fall over themselves to claim, at least. via Pocket
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Editors have normalised hate, from Rod Liddle to Katie Hopkins | Suzanne Moore | Opinion | The Guardian
In 2010, I started a campaign against Rod Liddle becoming editor of the Independent as it was rumoured he would. When I say campaign, I mean that I joked on Facebook that I should be the editor, not him. via Pocket
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I worked in an Amazon warehouse. Bernie Sanders is right to target them | James Bloodworth | Opinion | The Guardian
Amazon has become a ubiquitous feature of modern life. You can find almost anything on its website, and whatever it is you want – books, music, film – Amazon can get it to you the very next day or even sooner. via Pocket
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As the rich get richer, why don’t British people care about inequality? | Simon Tilford | Opinion | The Guardian
After decades in the background of political debate, income inequality has come front and centre in the fight over Britain’s future. According to a 2017 survey conducted by NatCen Social Research, more than two-thirds of Britons believe that government should reduce the gap between rich and poor. via Pocket
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For Palestinians, America Was Never an Honest Broker – Foreign Policy
For decades, Palestinian leaders have engaged in a rigged peace process, seeking to force the international community’s blueprint for a Palestinian state onto the population of the West Bank and Gaza. via Pocket
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“The Americans” was, indeed, unusual for a U.S.-made spy drama about Russians. via Pocket
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Bill Gates says there's a lot we know now that we didn't a year ago — Quartz
Bill Gates reads a lot, knows a lot, travels a lot, and thinks a lot. And so when you ask him what he knows now that he didn’t a year ago, there’s plenty of material for him to work with. via Pocket
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Apple's iOS 12 saved my old iPad mini
Until yesterday, I was thinking of turning my old iPad mini 2 into a digital photo frame. The tablet worked, but it was painfully slow. Launching an app always had an unacceptable lag, and any serious multitasking was near-impossible.  via Pocket
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Brasileiros criam debate que não existe na Alemanha | Notícias e análises sobre os fatos mais relevantes do Brasil | DW | 17.09.2018
“Os alemães não escondem seu passado”, diz a frase inicial de um vídeo com legendas em português publicado pela Embaixada da Alemanha em Brasília publicado no Facebook há pouco mais de dez dias. via Pocket
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Ireland collects disputed Apple taxes in full ahead of appeal | Reuters
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland has fully recovered 13.1 billion euros in disputed taxes from Apple Inc (AAPL.O) plus interest of 1.2 billion which it will hold in a escrow fund pending its appeal against an EU tax ruling, Ireland’s finance minister said on Tuesday. via Pocket
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Why Is This Supersafe Bank Scaring the Fed? - Bloomberg via Pocket
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Brett Kavanaugh’s High School Friend Isn’t Helping the Nominee’s Case – Mother Jones
President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh reacts as testifies after questioning by Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington.Alex Brandon/AP Photo via Pocket
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Sabra and Shatila: New Revelations | by Seth Anziska | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Historians try not to audibly gasp in the reading rooms of official archives, but there are times when the written record retains a capacity to shock. via Pocket
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Subscribe to read | Financial Times
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Brett Kavanaugh: a conservative reveals the truth about accusation denial - Vox
Since Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Blasey Ford went public on Sunday, many of Kavanaugh’s conservative supporters have steadfastly refused to deem her sexual assault allegation credible. via Pocket
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Trump’s sexual assault allegations make it impossible to hold Kavanaugh accountable - Vox
Brett Kavanaugh is not the only conservative jurist in America with a Supreme Court-ready resume. via Pocket
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Brett Kavanaugh’s activist judging on the economy, explained - Vox
Once upon a time in the misty days of the American past, an aggressively progressive Supreme Court stalked the land mandating school desegregation and holding that Americans’ individual liberties included the right to use contraceptives and seek abortions. via Pocket
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Cost benefit analysis – don’t get over-excited | The Enlightened Economist
Cass Sunstein’s new book, The Cost Benefit Revolution, almost managed to achieve the opposite of its aim, which is to persuade me of the merits of ubiquitous use of this tool for assessing social welfare so beloved by economists. via Pocket
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APorEP -Associação Portuguesa de Estudos de Protocolo – Promover o desenvolvimento, integração e competente desempenho dos profissionais que se dedicam à comunicação e organização de eventos públicos ou privados, solenes ou informais, empresar
Parabéns Associação Portuguesa de Estudos de Protocolo (APEP) pela brilhante página! Sou Moçambicano e investigador e interessado nas questões do Protocolo, sobretudo no que diz respeito ao cerimonial dos actos do Estado, à ordem de precedências e a outras áreas afins. via Pocket
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100 Best Books of the 21st Century (So Far)
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Zettelkasten knowledge and info management • Zettelkasten Method
Our reading habit is one of the corner stones of our knowledge work habits. Reading is the most efficient way to create an influx of information that can transform into knowledge. Therefore, we should devote some thought and energy in the optimization of our reading habits. via Pocket
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The Archive for Mac
The Archive is a new plain-text writing and reference application for the Mac.1 It's made by people that are super-nerds about plain text and has a lot that looks familiar and a lot that is new and clever. This is not a review. It's a highlight of what's neat and innovative. via Pocket
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The Archive Adds Zettelkästen to the Note-Taking Arsenal - Bicycle For Your Mind
The Archive icon Product: The Archive Price: $19.99 Note-taking Demystified There are many reasons why you take notes: Information Gathering. You come across something interesting about a subject matter you are interested in and make a note of that. via Pocket
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To Secure Knowledge – Social Science Partnerships for the Common Good
For decades, the social sciences have generated knowledge vital to guiding public policy, informing business, and understanding and improving the human condition. But today, the social sciences face serious threats. via Pocket
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