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"Fatima's laughter was the loudest in the world." Moving story on parents seeking answers at #MH17 crash site.
Netflix is ramping up its "cause-related" documentary offerings."
Messaging app Line has added a "hidden chat" feature, @JuroOsawa reports. via
“...The greatest online things of the first half of this century are all before us.” — Kevin Kelly (@kevin2kelly)
RT @ByJasonNg: Malaysia secures deal for international police force at #MH17 crash site
RT @JMSchles: Game over -- dream over. Japan HS baseball team featured by WSJ eliminated. By @g_nishiyama
RT @patrick1barta: Shota Tatsuta's team jumps out to an early lead against its biggest rival.
RT @patrick1barta: Biggest game of Shota Tatsuta's young career kicks off in less than an hour. His story here:
“You look insane — your white mask, your monkey bra, your noise-canceling headphones, but it doesn’t matter.”
Heartbreaking story from ITV’s @danieljerivers on shelling at school in Gaza. (Warning: graphic.)
FEER ad from decades past: Canon electric typewriter with 8K memory and external floppy disk “interface.”
FEER tweetstorm cont’d.: ad for “Barefoot Reporter: The best of the Richard Hughes columns from 1971 to 1983.”
More Far Eastern Economic Review goodness from Nov. ‘85: “Mr. Clean” Chamlong becomes Bangkok governor.
The Japanese pitcher at the center of our immersive feature has reached high school semis. Don't miss the story:
"Hong Kong '77: The Money-Spinners." — Far Eastern Economic Review cover, March 1977.
FEER, Nov. '85: Aborted Thai coup reason for "some optimism" that establishment will continue steps toward democracy.
FEER cover from Nov. 1985: "After the Thai Coup: Questions of Loyalty." (And: "Shanghai in Decline.")
Spotted in a copy of the Far Eastern Economic Review from the 1980s: an awesome Atari ad.
U.S. says Russia is firing artillery across the border into Ukraine. #MH17
#MH17 on Malaysia front pages today: Netherlands ceremony; question about when remains will be back in KL.
"Want to hear my favorite procrastination joke? I’ll tell you later."
RT @WSJbreakingnews: Air Algerie says Flight 5017 crashed in Tilemsi, Mali.
RT @AP: BREAKING: Algeria news agency: passenger plane disappears from radar on flight from Burkina Faso.
How to research flight paths to see if airlines avoid conflict areas. #MH17
Airlines rely on Twitter to get word out to customers, world. Story with @vatsmaanya: #MH17
RT @DavidHo: Newspapers will outlast websites (with keynote text) - from #newsrw
Mental health break: Spotted in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia ramps up the ASEAN transport trash talking.
RT @AP: BREAKING: Taiwanese news agency: Plane crashes in emergency landing, killing 51 people, injuring 7.
RT @WSJ: Breaking: Pro-Russia rebels down two Ukrainian warplanes in the east, Ukraine army spokesman says.
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