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Bloomberg Businessweek #Jan24-Jan30

Posted: Januar 25th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business | 17 Comments »

Apple, With or Without Steve Jobs The maker of iPads, iPhones, and Mac computers will prosper even if CEO Steve Jobs doesn’t return. Keeping the company’s revolutionary edge will be harder // Forever 21’s Fast (and Loose) Fashion Empire The cheap-chic teen retailer is growing amid questions about just how original its clothes are // Time Warner and the War Against Free CEO Jeff Bewkes is standing up for paid content in a world of cheap online video. Can he hold the line against iTunes, Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu?

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The April 26, 2010 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek marks the reinvention of the business magazine. At a time when our competitors are cutting back on journalists and editorial pages, we’re able to expand and deepen our coverage with twice the number of stories, 20 percent more editorial pages, and an increased frequency. This means more engaged readers, and more value for the marketers that want to reach them. -Bloomberg Businessweek

Our job is not to review the week’s news; our job is to get people ready for the week ahead.

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The Drawbridge #19/Flight

Posted: Januar 19th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Literature, News Magazine, Photography | 12 Comments »

IN THIS ISSUE: Dave Anderson, Flights // Maurizio Anzeri, Enduring seconds // David Axelbank, Eagle, Lambeth County Fair, London, 2006 // Ingeborg Bachmann, Stowaways // Davide Bignami, The chair // Adolfo Bioy Casares, An unexpected journey // Karla Black, There can be no arguments // Carol Bove, Untitled, 2009 // Italo Calvino, The Night Driver // Flávio Carneiro, Confession // Michelle Charles, Blue Fly // Chandrahas Choudhury, Towards the Noor // Julio Cortázar, The island at noon // Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (38) // Michael Danner & Vanessa Karré, Birds of passage // Enrico David, Costume design, 2007 // Tishani Doshi, The Daughters of Clara // Hans-Peter Feldmann, The little seagull // Sandi Fellman, Insects // Luigi Ghirri, Marina di Ravenna, 1972 // Jim Goldberg, Athens, Greece, 2004 // Elijah Gowin, Falling in trees // Anjum Hasan, Killer queen // Margarete Jakschik, Untitled, 2009 // David Maisel, From the series Oblivion // Barry McKinley, In the line of fire // David Means, Facts toward understanding the spontaneous human combustion of Errol McGee // Carlo Mollino, In Porrentruy, Switzerland, circa 1970 // Simon Norfolk, Office supplies, US Border Control Detention Center, Tucson // Jason Orton, Rocket, Chandigarh, India, 2009 // Jia Pingwa, To Xi’an and back // Chloé Poizat, Dirigible // Tracy Quan, Taste freedom // Nick Relph, Pink elephant // Jules Renard, Fish // Michal Ronnen Safdie, From the series Vapor Trails // Vincenzo Ruggiero, Stop-motion stoics // Sankar, Up and down dealing // David Shrigley, Untitled // Taryn Simon, Contraband // Alec Soth, Charles, Vasa, Minnesota, 2002 // Sasa Stanisic, A classical education // John Stezaker, Paper cuts // George Szirtes, Flight path // Alberto Torres Blandina, Club of impossible desires // David Vann, Shockwaves // Mario Vargas Llosa, How I lost my fear of flying // Dan Williams, Author portraits // D.W. Wilson, Young man West // Yushane Yen, Decision

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The Drawbridge was launched five years ago by a group of enthusiasts for literature, art and design, and has since enjoyed great critical success and accumulated a loyal readership. With the Winter issue, Flight, we have outgrown our guise as a newspaper and progressed to a new book-sized full-colour format that allows space to bring you even more of the best photography, artwork, essays and fiction. -The Drawbridge

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Apartamento #6

Posted: Januar 13th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Architecture, Culture, Design | 11 Comments »

Apartamento #6 is featuring Carl Johan De Geer, Paz de la Huerta, Leon Ransmeier, 6a Architects, Anders Edström, Ramdane and Victorie Touhami, Felisa Pinto, Herrenstein, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Paul Schiek, Coming to a boil, Outdoor living and cactus misfits, Les Nouïes, Island of calvary, Leopoldo Pomés, Today’s home, Charlie Koolhaas. // PLUS: Kinder, an everyday life kids supplement curated by Benjamin Sommerhalder with a coloring book by James Jarvis, an interview with Tomi Ungerer, a feature by Yukari Miyagi and kids’ activity pages by Miranda July.

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Apartamento is an everyday life interiors bi-annual magazine written in English. A place in print about people, not just objects. Apartamento features the homes and lives of creative people, both established and emerging, from all over the world. It understands interior design as a means of personal expression, showing how people arrange their homes and the solutions they find to the same problems that everyone has.
Apartamento puts forward a fresh and simply crafted aesthetic. It cares about the way people live and their relationships to the places they live.

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