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    What A 100-Year-Old Man Can Teach Us About Leadership

    Posted in Health on Saturday, 10 December 2016

    Living to be 100+ isn’t the big deal it once was, but having a quality of life at that age…well, that’s something else. Here’s how legendary Paris-based American photo editor John Morris does it.Original link

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    6 Common Mistakes Everyday Users Make with iPhone & iPad

    Posted in Personal on Saturday, 10 December 2016

    6 Common Mistakes Everyday Users Make with iPhone & iPadiPhone and iPad is without question are the best device available in the market in their respective category, and their popularity worldwide says all the stories.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you are an Apple Fan like me you will agree with me that mastering an iPhone 9 years back was much easier task, as the device was simple and have less features. But as the technology grew the device started getting more and more features and it made difficult to master the device.This might be because of the lack of information we carry about our device. So, today in this article we are bringing you the six mistakes that iPhone and iPad users make in their day to day life.Using an Unofficial Charger At times when we lose our phone chargers, we may find ourselves in the market for a new...

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    Review: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ is a Visually and Emotionally Complex Rorschach Test

    Posted in Entertainment on Saturday, 10 December 2016

    Woe betide the critic assigned an auteur’s passion project. To finally experience the long-awaited work of a favorite artist always proves slightly psychotic for yours truly, distilling as it does the central  components — shots, the movements (or lack thereof) within, the cuts linking them together, the framework for which it’s in service — even at their most banal, to a sort of revelation: “So this is what they’ve concocted.” Invest enough in that artist and the concept of how long they’ve sat on material, and the remaining balance has a way of being completely thrown off. It doesn’t help that Silence, a picture Martin Scorsese has pursued since before I was born, boasts a visual and emotional complexity that has the effect of being open for all and permitting to none — in which Catholicism’s foremost living filmmaker positions faith and spiritual vocation as the central blots in a Rorschach test as they’re pushed against, sometimes well past,...

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    ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ Sequel Is Premiering At The 2017 Sundance Film Festival

    Posted in Entertainment on Saturday, 10 December 2016

    It’s been over 10 years since An Inconvenient Truth debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, played at theaters around the world, and then won the Academy Award for Documentary Feature. The film from director Davis Guggenheim followed former vice president and presidential candidate Al Gore on the lecture circuit as he campaigns to raise public awareness of the dangers of global warming and calls for immediate action to curb its destructive effects on the environment. Well, here we are over a decade later, and global warming is still a problem that is getting worse all the time. That means it’s time for An Inconvenient Truth sequel, and Paramount Pictures will be bringing it back to Sundance, where the first film debuted back in 2006. Find out more after the jump. Paramount Pictures officially announced An Inconvenient Truth 2, which doesn’t yet have an official title, and it will be one...

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    Tim Miller Clears Up Rumors About Why He Left ‘Deadpool 2’

    Posted in Entertainment on Saturday, 10 December 2016

    It’s unfortunate Tim Miller isn’t returning to the director’s chair for Deadpool. Following his departure, rumors began to swirl around about why 20th Century Fox and the director parted ways. A budget dispute was a big rumor, but Miller denies that along with a few other rumors. Below, Tim Miller talks Deadpool 2 to clear up some of the misinformation out there. A part of Deadpool‘s charm is that it’s a smaller-scale, character-driven comic book movie without any huge city blocks getting demolished. With the sequel, Miller wanted to stay faithful to the spirit of the first movie in that regard, but the rumor was he wanted to make a big, stylized sequel that cost three times as much as the first film. During CG Garage’s 90 minute interview with Miller and Oblivion director Joseph Kosinski and Miller (via Collider), Miller denied he wanted to make some gigantic sequel: I just want to say one thing to the...

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