Month: October 2021

This week’s roundup of book challenges and censorship attempts doesn’t dig into a couple of things. First, the political appeal of using censorship as a tactic for inciting fear and moral panic was already covered earlier this week, and second, the roundup will not be covering right-wing media’s bizarre claims that Attorney General Merrick Garland
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There’s something special about “that moment” in the horror genre. Whether it’s the scene from that movie that’s been burned into your head since childhood or the passage of that book you’ll always wish you couldn’t recite from heart, there are just times when horror is so perfectly distilled into a single moment that we
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Boris Johnson has not ruled out triggering the dispute mechanism against France as a row between the two countries over post-Brexit fishing rights escalates. On Friday, France seized a British scallop trawler and threatened to block ports and increase checks on boats and lorries over the UK denying some boats a licence to fish in
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Winter is Coming for CentOS 8—but here is how you can enjoy your holidays after all. The server environment is complex and if you’re managing thousands of Linux servers, the last thing you want is for an operating system vendor to do something completely unexpected. That is exactly what Red Hat, the parent company of
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Gallery Books The edition of Daily Deals is sponsored by Gallery Books. Today’s Featured Deals $1.99 Mayhem by Estelle Laure Get This Deal $2.99 Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt Get This Deal $2.99 The Lost Village by Camilla Sten Get This Deal $2.99 Monstrous Tales: Stories of Strange Creatures and Fearsome Beasts from around the
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