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09 Dec 2013 : Film and television fans use apps to view their favourite movies and shows, and now readers can have similar access to an unlimited digital library.
REVIEWS A plausible 'what if?'
09 Dec 2013 : A game played by children as well as adult boffins is "what if?" The possibilities are as wide as the imagination. It's fun thinking about things being different than they are. What if I found a million dollars? What if I found the cure to cancer? What if I could read your mind? What if, tragically, Hitler had won World War II.
07 Dec 2013 : A campaign to preserve the house where George Orwell was said to have lived when he served in Burma may have hit a snag.
07 Dec 2013 : Everyone likes cake. A dark chocolate icing complements the nice soft texture of chocolate strawberry layer cake that melts in the mouth - who could resist it! Baking a mouth-watering home-made cake may not be a piece of cake for many, but it will be a breeze when consulting Cakes Galore, which might come in handy, especially for the upcoming festive season.
03 Dec 2013 : TOKYO - Writer Haruki Murakami's new novel "Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage" was the best-selling book in Japan during the 12 month period through November, selling an estimated 985,000 copies, according to information company Oricon Inc.
02 Dec 2013 : The holidays bring out the inner-coffee table book obsessive in gift-buyers. They're easy, weighty and satisfying to give. You've done your job with your pricey treat. Here's a few to consider for music lovers, history buffs, foodies, fashionistas and more:
02 Dec 2013 : History is full of mysteries and for centuries there have been people who dedicated themselves to trying to solve them. A few did. The problem is that after a long period, convincing evidence hasn't been found to prove the truth of this or that thesis.
02 Dec 2013 : Between the mid 1960s and mid 1980s, three of the most acclaimed writers in Thailand came from Isan, the Northeast. As told in Martin Platt's illuminating account, each took up writing in very different circumstances.
WHAT ARE YOU READING?
02 Dec 2013 : There's been criticism that the media's fangs only attack the non-media. Once in a while, though, the target shoots back.
30 Nov 2013 : Food is a never-ending story. Lonely Planet takes us on another journey to explore food around the world in The Food Book: A Journey Through The Great Cuisines Of The World.
27 Nov 2013 : Democrat Party deputy leader Korn Chatikavanij said he supports Suthep Thaugsuban's overall plan for the reform of the country once the "Thaksin regime" has been eliminated, but does not quite understand Mr Suthep's "people's government" concept.
25 Nov 2013 : It is said that the human brain operates at 1% of its capacity. Still, this 1% is cluttered with information. The media _ radio, television, the internet, newspaper, journals, films, photos, lectures, speeches, sermons, observation, experiences _ expand our knowledge.
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