Month: June 2022

AIGA (The American Institute of Graphic Arts) annually announces the 50 best book covers of the previous year, as chosen by a panel of judges. They “evaluate each work’s integrated design approach, including concept, innovation and visual elements such as typography, illustration, and/or information design.” They have just released a gallery of the top covers
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European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic said it was “high time we got Brexit done” as he fired the latest salvo against Boris Johnson’s government over the Northern Ireland Protocol. Mr Sefcovic told an audience in London that UK legislation designed to tear up parts of the protocol, which governs Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit trading arrangements,
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Cybersecurity researchers have documented a new information-stealing malware that targets YouTube content creators by plundering their authentication cookies. Dubbed “YTStealer” by Intezer, the malicious tool is likely believed to be sold as a service on the dark web, with it distributed using fake installers that also drop RedLine Stealer and Vidar. “What sets YTStealer aside
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Luke Combs has come a long way in only five short years. From his first smash hit “Hurricane” that put him on the map back in 2016, to releasing number one records, and selling out arenas and practically becoming the face of mainstream country music, it’s safe to say it’s been one helluva ride for
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Google has announced the roll out of Switch to Android applications for all Android 12 smartphones. The application was earlier only available for Google’s Pixel smartphones. Google had previously rolled out the application for iOS smartphones via the Apple App Store. The application will help Apple iPhone users to switch seamlessly to Android smartphones running
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Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals Oona Out of Order by Margarita Montimore for $2.99 Palace of the Drowned by Christine Mangan for $2.99 Master of Poisons by Andrea Hairston for $2.99 The Book Thief by Markus Zusak for $2.99 The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley
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Nicola Sturgeon has said she is doing “the responsible thing” as she pursues a second referendum on Scottish independence – and has contested whether the right to call a vote lies with the UK’s Supreme Court. Scotland’s first minister has also accused Boris Johnson of disrespecting democracy and not following the rule of law. She
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