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East Asia is uniquely placed to become a world leader in vaccine aid...
South China Morning Post
17 minutes ago
The news of vaccines spreading across China and elsewhere, especially into poorer nations, is highly reassuring. And for some time now, I have been advocating that East Asia – as a whole – might act as a vanguard of vaccine innovation and delivery at a global level. The superiority of East Asian nations in handling the Covid-19 invasion not only demonstrated their expertise, but also indicated that as a group they should recover economically soonest, especially in inter-regional trade and in…......
Amazon launches second generation Echo Buds for $120...
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Amazon today launched the second generation version of its Echo Buds. These are in-ear truly wireless earbuds with active noise cancelation. The new Echo Buds feature 20% smaller design compared to the previous generation model. The case now has a tall, slim profile compared to the short and wide case of the previous model. The earbuds are also smaller than before. They feature a shortened nozzle for improved comfort and new vents to equalize the pressure inside your ears. They come with four tip sizes and two wing tip sizes for optimal fit and the AirPods Pro-esque Ear Tip Fit.........
Here’s What Would Happen In A Dragon Age 2 'Snyder Cut'...
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Yesterday on Twitter, former BioWare employee and Dragon Age 2 lead writer David Gaider explained what he’d do with the opportunity to give Dragon Age 2 it’s own “Snyder Cut.”Read more.........
Radiohead dig out Thom Yorke’s rare 2005 ‘From The Basement’ solo piano set...
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Watch him play an early version of 'Videotape' alongside 'In Rainbows Disk 2' cuts The post Radiohead dig out Thom Yorke’s rare 2005 ‘From The Basement’ solo piano set appeared first on NME.......
Live updates: At Chauvin trial, defense’s medical expert says officer’s kneeling on George Floyd’s neck did not injure him - The Washington Post...
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Live updates: At Chauvin trial, defense’s medical expert says officer’s kneeling on George Floyd’s neck did not injure him The Washington PostDerek Chauvin trial: Judge grants key witness' request not to testify Fox NewsDefense witness: Cardiac arrest, not asphyxia, killed Floyd Star TribuneDefense continues presenting case in Chauvin trial; judge denies motion for acquittal Wednesday morning KSTPYoung: The complex data of lethal force NewsdayView Full Coverage on Google News......
Stasher Bags: The best eco-friendly kitchen hack...
21 minutes ago
Why using — and cooking with — Stasher Bags is the best eco-friendly practice I adopted this year.......
All 16 Oscar Best Picture Nominees Directed by a Woman, From ‘The Piano’ to ‘Nomadland’ (Photos)...
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In the history of the Academy Awards, only five women have gotten a Best Director nomination. But a dozen films with a female director have scored Best Picture nods — particularly since the Academy expanded the lead category to include more than five nominees. Randa Haines’ “Children of a Lesser God” (1986) • Haines’ drama about a teacher at a school for the deaf earned five nominations, and won one for Marlee Matlin’s breakout lead performance. But Haines herself didn’t get a nod. Penny Marshall’s “Awakenings” (1990) • The Robert De Niro-Robin Williams medical drama picked up three nods, including for Steven Zaillian’s script — but no love for Marshall. Barbra Streisand’s “The Prince of Tides” (1991) • The directing snub for Streisand, who also produced and starred in this tear-jerking drama, prompted that year’s Oscar host, Billy Crystal, to quip: “Seven nominations on the shelf, did this film direct itself?” (It went home with no trophies.) Jane Campion’s “The Piano” (1993) • Campion became only the second woman nominated as Best Director (after Lina Wertmuller) and took home an Oscar for her screenplay. The film earned eight nominations in total, and won three — including for Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin. Sofia Coppola’s “Lost in Translation” (2003) • Coppola’s two-hander earned four nominations in all. While she did earn a directing nomination, like Campion she was only rewarded for her screenplay. Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’ “Little Miss Sunshine” (2006) • Once again, this oddball family dramedy earned a Best Picture nod but nothing for its co-directors. The film took home two Oscars in all, for supporting actor Alan Arkin and screenwriter Michael Arndt, out of four total nominations. Kathryn Bigelow’s “The Hurt Locker” (2009) • Bigelow’s war drama earned nine nominations and took home six awards — including Best Picture. She also became the first woman to win Best Director (and beat her ex-husband and “Avatar” auteur James Cameron). Lone Scherfig’s “An Education” (2009) • In the first year in which the Academy expanded the Best Picture field to 10, Scherfig’s British indie scored three nominations, including for its breakout star, Carey Mulligan. Lisa Cholodenko’s “The Kids Are All Right” (2010) • Cholodenko’s drama about a long-standing lesbian couple picked up four nominations, including for actors Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo. But the Academy showed no love for Cholodenko’s direction. Debra Granik’s “Winter’s Bone” (2010) • Jennifer Lawrence earned her first Oscar nomination for her breakout role in this indie, which picked up a total of four nominations. Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” (2012) • Bigelow’s Gulf War drama snagged five nominations — though not for directing — but only took home a prize for its sound editing. Ava DuVernay’s “Selma” (2014) • DuVernay’s Martin Luther King Jr. biopic picked up two nominations, and won Best Original Song for Common and John Legend’s stirring “Glory.” Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” (2017) • Gerwig’s feature directorial debut earned five nominations, including for Gerwig’s screenplay and directing, but went home empty-handed. ......
CDC vaccine advisers review Johnson & Johnson shot after reports of rare blood clots - The Washington Post...
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CDC vaccine advisers review Johnson & Johnson shot after reports of rare blood clots The Washington PostCDC advisers meeting about the J&J Covid-19 vaccine. Here's what experts and state leaders say about the pause CNN The facts on the vax: The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe and lifesaving, but the risk of a U.S. pause is that resistance will harden New York Daily NewsThe Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine pause is good for science but rough for public trust NBC NewsI got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The pause makes me believe in it more. The Boston GlobeView Full Coverage on Google News......
Liverpool vs Real Madrid, Champions League quarter-final: live score and latest updates...
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