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  • The CIO Playbook: Strategies and Best Practices for IT Leaders to Deliver on Value

    The CIO Playbook: Strategies and Best Practices for IT Leaders to Deliver on Value

    Join Us Now As our economy shifts from recession to recovery, our current economic climate is ripe for transformation. CIOs are in a unique position to leverage technology in order to drive innovation and boost business growth. The CIO Playbook is the handy desk reference for CIOs, CEOs, CFOs, and up and coming leaders, revealing…

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  • Information Security in Healthcare: Protecting the Patient

    Join Us Now When it comes to cyber security, the healthcare industry is in a precarious position. Investment in cybersecurity has historically lagged other industries such as financial services. And as patients and practitioners increase their use of remote patient monitoring devices, this is placing added pressure on cybersecurity professionals. “There has been a rush…

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  • 10 Unforgettable Sailing Destinations

    10 Unforgettable Sailing Destinations

    Join Us Now In the time of Spanish rule, and for many years afterwards, the town of Sulaco—the luxuriant beauty of the orange gardens bears witness to its antiquity—had never been commercially anything more important than a coasting port with a fairly large local trade in ox-hides and indigo. The clumsy deep-sea galleons of the…

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  • Many Puzzles Of The Oddyssey

    Many Puzzles Of The Oddyssey

    Join Us Now The “Odyssey” (as every one knows) abounds in passages borrowed from the “Iliad”; I had wished to print these in a slightly different type, with marginal references to the “Iliad,” and had marked them to this end in my MS. I found, however, that the translation would be thus hopelessly scholasticised, and…

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  • Omnilingual

    Omnilingual

    To translate writings, you need a key to the code — and if the last writer of Martian died forty thousand years before the first writer of Earth was born … how could the Martian be translated?

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  • Some Seasons Later

    Some Seasons Later

    Join Us Now I admit that even among amateurs this is rather small talk, but it brings me to this point: in the passage of water down a ravine of its own making, this line of Nature astir may repeat itself again and again but is commonly too inaffable, abrupt, angular, to suggest the ogee.…

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  • The Windows of Absolute Night

    The Windows of Absolute Night

    To most minds mystery is more fascinating than science. But when science itself leads straight up to the borders of mystery and there comes to a dead stop, saying, “At present I can no longer see my way,” the force of the charm is redoubled.

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  • First Days In The Eternal City

    First Days In The Eternal City

    My strange, and perhaps whimsical, incognito proves useful to me in many ways that I never should have thought of.

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  • The History of Fashion

    The History of Fashion

    Join Us Now A hard fate has condemned human beings to enter this mortal sphere without any natural covering, like that possessed by the lower animals to protect them from the extremes of heat and cold. Had this been otherwise, countless myriads, for untold ages, would have escaped the tyrannical sway of the goddess Fashion,…

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  • The Door In The Wall

    The Door In The Wall

    Join Us Now One confidential evening, not three months ago, Lionel Wallace told me this story of the Door in the Wall. And at the time I thought that so far as he was concerned it was a true story. He told it me with such a direct simplicity of conviction that I could not…

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