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Increase China's Web speed |World |
Updated: 2012-08-21 17:25 By Li Yang ( Translated from the 21st Century Business Herald The network speed of China's Internet ranks only 93rd in a global list led by South Korea and Japan. The low speeds not only affect China's more than 538 million Web users, but also hamper the country's IT industry. General Nonfiction - The Big Deal: Kindle Store
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CPC paper criticizes shortsighted ways of keeping stability
People's Daily, the flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China (CPC), on Thursday denounced "palliative and shortsighted ways" of maintaining ...
Japan's female bosses near last in Asia | The Japan Times Online
SEOUL - Companies in Asia's leading economies have "strikingly" few women in senior jobs, missing out on a vital pool of talent that can fuel the region's growth, with Japan ranking second from the bottom, consultancy McKinsey & Co. said Sunday.
Australian Restaurateurs Win Lawsuit Against Newspaper Critic For Defamation
Look out you critics: an Australian court has ordered John Fairfax Publications, which owns the Sydney Morning Herald, to pay the owners of now-shuttered Sydney restaurant Coco Roco for defamation. A 2003 review (warning: PDF) by former Herald critic Matthew Evans tore into the restaurant, giving it a score of 9 out of 20 (which signifies "stay home").
The French Laundry Replaces "Banned" $30 Foie Gras With $75 Black Winter Truffles
Foie gras, the humane (in our opinion) delicacy of fattened duck liver that is the pride and joy of New York's Hudson River Valley, is now illegal to sell in California. Despite an excellent report by Bloomberg News (my employer) that the ban won't really be enforced, Thomas Keller's The French Laundry has pledged to abide by the law.
New, monumental light sculpture in the form of a Carbon 60 Molecule to illuminate Madison Square Park
NEW YORK, NY.- Madison Square Park Conservancy's Mad. Sq. Art announces a new, monumental sculpture by distinguished artist Leo Villareal. Largely inspired by the work of Buckminster Fuller, Villareal's BUCKYBALL will apply concepts of geometry and mathematical relationships within a towering 30-foot tall, illuminated sculpture.
How to Drink All Day and Not Pass Out
Look, drinking all day is not healthy. But what if you and the missus signed up for a nine-hour Napa County wine tour, and you want to get your money's worth? Or maybe you're hitting your bachelor pal's BBQ, and the action starts at noon.
Social Eatz Brunch; Top Chef Rumormongering
WILLIAMSBURG - Gardening store Jungle is going to host workshops on Thursday evenings. On June 28, Gwynnett St owner Carl McCoy will teach a class on summer grilling, and cocktails will be served. The event is $65. [EaterWire] HAMPTONS - Curbed Hamptons learns that the Whole Foods FARM Stand uses local produce, but the stand will probably be gone by the fall.
How to solve impossible problems: Daniel Russell's awesome Google search techniques
It's not often you get to hear advice directly from someone at Google who offers you his favorite search tools, methods and perspectives to help you find the impossible.
Goodbye to Artnet Magazine - artnet Magazine
NOTHING LASTS FOREVER June 25, 2012 Nothing lasts forever, but it is a shame that, at the point at which Artnet Magazine's content is more comprehensive and lucid than ever, that it will disappear. I've worked with Walter Robinson for 15 years.
Travel Photographer of the Year 2011 - winning images
Enjoy these striking images from around the world featured in the Travel Photographer of the Year competition
Eurozone nations are stuck in a 'doom loop' - Telegraph
On Friday, the latest round of this tortured debate took place in Rome, where Merkel met her French, Italian and Spanish counterparts. The world's most powerful woman once again dismissed calls for the eurozone to issue common debt and spray more cash around to stabilise financial markets.
Jim O'Neill would shake up Bank of England if he became Governor - Telegraph
The Bank's current central mandate, to keep inflation close to 2pc, is insufficient, he said, and needs to be supported by a "sort of financial conditions indicator" that flashed red when credit bubbles start forming in the economy.
How Worried Is the Obama Campaign? A Q&A With Campaign Manager Jim Messina
Even as Democratic doubts about the president's reelection prospects have increased in recent weeks, the man in charge of the reelection effort projects confidence. CHICAGO -- The previous few days had not been kind to the Obama reelection effort when I sat down with campaign manager Jim Messina in his sparsely decorated office earlier this month.