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Sealed with a kiss?

James Corden has been accused of “normalising” fascism after he kissed former White House press secretary Sean Spicer at the Emmys. The former White House official made a surprise appearance during the prestigious TV ceremony last night to proclaim that the viewing figures would be at an all time high – making fun of his…

via The Internet Is Not Happy About James Corden Kissing Sean Spicer — TIME

Very familiar reading, as it was the year I got married and subsequently bought Beatle’s albums. Little did they know then they would become powerful social change agents in Western culture and abroad. Still being listened to today.

Milestone moments do not a year make. Often, it’s the smaller news stories that add up, gradually, to big history. With that in mind, in 2017 TIME History will revisit the entire year of 1967, week by week, as it was reported in the pages of TIME. Catch up on last week’s installment here. Week…

via 50 Years Ago This Week: The Beatles Change the World — TIME

Time to have this frank report shared. Very important.

This is Sex with Lisa Ling is an exclusive three-part video series exploring the taboos around sex in America and the ways in which sexuality has been stigmatized, policed and politicized — from the criminalization of HIV positive individuals, to the controversial sex education programs in our schools, to the ongoing pursuit of sexual liberation.…

via CNN Digital Presents This is Sex with Lisa Ling — CNN Press Room

College textbooks are going the way of Netflix — Quartz I strongly suspect that even physical College and University campuses will morph into small chat facilities needed only for papers, research, counselling, and theses presentations. Textbooks will disappear as they are now, and be online only, as more students and faculty purchase and use iPads and iPhones. Laptops and desktops will be a thing of the past.

This is the second in The Vanishing University, a four-part series exploring the tech-driven future of higher education in America. Here is part one. A new copy of Glenn Hubbard and Tony O’Brien’s widely used introductory economics textbook costs more than some smartphones. The phone can send you to any part of the web and…

via College textbooks are going the way of Netflix — Quartz

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