- A valley of ashes by Emily Esfahani Smith - The New Criterion - "In The Living Moment: Modernism in a Broken World, the literary critic Jeffrey Hart traces the efforts of a small but influential group of poets and novelists who sought to create a new cultural order following the chaotic aftermath of World War I. Their efforts came together in a new movement whose legacy is still with us today—literary modernism. The cultural fallout of the war—its devastation—was immense. The traditional order of nineteenth-century Europe had been blown to bits. “The First World War inaugurated the manufacture of mass death that the Second brought to a pitiless consummation,” in the words of the historian John Keegan."
- (3) Fraser Cain - Google+ - Tips and Tricks for Hangouts on Air updated Sept. 13, 2012 …
- The Flawed Ambitions of Better Place | MIT Technology Review - “@mlamonica: Flawed ambitions - how EV battery-swapping startup Better Place misjudged consumers and automakers #EVs”
Monday, June 03, 2013
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