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     1  +3 2014 sep 26how to tech children mandarinSHOULD YOU TEACH YOUR KIDS CHINESE ? | More Intelligent LifeFor years now, we've been seeing stories like this: Manhattan parents, always eager to steal some advantage for their children , are hiring Mandarin -speaking ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 24kombucha tea antioxidantKOMBUCHA : ANTIOXIDANT MOONSHINE | More Intelligent LifeGreen tea has nothing on kombucha , a fizzy, fermented elixir with many devotees and supposedly transcendent powers. Molly Young cultures her own "zoogleal ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22intelligent life economistMore Intelligent LifeLife. Culture. Style. Intelligent Life is an award-winning magazine from The Economist . With its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food ... ‎Intelligence - ‎CONTENTS July/August 2014 - ‎About - ‎Culture
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15more intelligent lifeWith its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food for the brain and a feast for the eyes. Much more than a catalogue of the material. AboutBut rather than covering politics and economics, it is about life in
     1  ~ 2014 sep 08intelligent lifeLife. Culture. Style. Intelligent Life is an award-winning magazine from The Economist. With its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food ... ‎Intelligence - ‎CONTENTS July/August 2014 - ‎About - ‎Culture
     1  +1 2014 aug 18native instruments million euroFUTURE CITY OF MUSIC | More Intelligent LifeDaniel Haver, the head of Native Instruments , describes his business as a ... Now it is a multi- million euro company employing about 250 people, in a nascent ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 13intelligent life magazine
     1  ~ 2014 aug 06the economist intelligent life
     1  +2 2014 aug 05worth to learnWhich is the best language to learn ? | More Intelligent LifeIn the fourth in our series of Big Questions, we invited six writers to make the case for the language they thought most worth learning . The Economist's Robert ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 25how to conHOW TO CHEAT AT EVERYTHING | More Intelligent LifeIn any room I can pick out the best target," says Simon Lovell, reformed con artist and famed magician, when asked over lunch about the root of his talents.
     1  ~ 2014 jul 16best language to learnWHICH IS THE BEST LANGUAGE TO LEARN ? | More Intelligent LifeOur Top 12 in 2012. No. 1: Once a mark of the cultured, language -learning is in retreat among English speakers. It's never too late, but where to start? Robert ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 03teach kids chineseWhile China's rise is real, Chinese is in no way rising at the same rate. Robert Lane Greene explains why ...
     2  +3 2014 sep 06how to teach children mandarin
     2  ~ 2014 sep 01james miranda barryHER COURAGEOUS LIFE AS A MAN | More Intelligent LifeInspiring Women: the actress and author Natascha McElhone chooses James Miranda Barry , who practised medicine disguised as a man. From INTELLIGENT  ...
     2  +8 2014 aug 22life in parisPARISIANS, RUDE? PAS DU TOUT! | More Intelligent LifeThe key to living in Paris is politeness, says Sophie Pedder. She offers an expat's -eye view of the city. From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, Spring 2009.
     2  +2 2014 aug 17pure collection cashmereTHE SCEPTICAL SHOPPER: BUYING CASHMERE | More How can pure cashmere sweaters cost £500 on Bond Street but less than £50 at ... Pure Collection reveals the specification of its cashmere on its website: “Inner ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 12google and appleAPPLE V GOOGLE | More Intelligent LifeAPPLE V GOOGLE . AppleVGoogle.jpg. One is a gadget-maker, the other a search engine—but now they are at odds. Robert Lane Greene on a clash of cultures ...
     2  +1 2014 aug 04eating guinea pigHOW TO EAT A GUINEA PIG | More Intelligent LifeI should try to eat a pet, a nice small one. A guinea pig would do, and the place to accomplish that was Peru where cuy, as guinea pig is known, was said to be a ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 03woman wearing blackWHY BLACK IS ADDICTIVE | More Intelligent LifeI know I'm far from alone in my preference for wearing black , so—for all those others ... This widespread belief explains why older women often wear pastels and, ...
     2  +3 2014 jul 30professional con manA con man is essentially a salesman--a remarkably good one--who excels at ... At this point in the game he reveals that he is, in fact, a professional card cheat.
     2  +2 2014 jul 25spencer heart suit pricesSAVILE ROGUES: LONDON'S RAKISH TAILORS | More Intelligent LifeFar from the “gentlemanly” output of the Old Row, a Spencer Hart suit has—as .... A bespoke outfit will cost the customer, say, £2,800 for a basic two-piece suit .
     2  +1 2014 jul 21pure collection cachemire
     2  -1 2014 jul 19best wine storiesTHE BEST WINE IN THE WORLD | More Intelligent LifeThe Domaine Romanée-Conti is the most rarefied and expensive wine in the ... A story going round is that one British customer paid for his child's education ...
     2  ~ 2014 jul 16pittsburgh art scenePITTSBURGH'S ARTISTIC RENAISSANCE | More Intelligent LifeOnce a shell of its former industrial self, Pittsburgh has been busily making itself ... One cannot mention the city's burgeoning art scene without a local asking, ...
     3  +1 2014 oct 01music companie berlinBerlin is emerging as a hub for music technology companies trying to dramatically change the way we make and listen to music ... Special to MORE ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 28banksy flower throwerI'M TIRED OF BANKSY | More Intelligent LifeI'M TIRED OF BANKSY . Flower Thrower .jpg. For years we've debated the identity of Banksy , a notoriously anonymous British graffiti artist. But Gary Moskowitz is ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 19the best age in lifeWhat's the best age to be? | More Intelligent LifeWhich of these ages gets your vote? Please have your say by voting in our poll below. Or, if you think another age is the best one to be, do let us know—and tell  ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 18polymathTHE LAST DAYS OF THE POLYMATH | More Intelligent LifeThe word “ polymath ” teeters somewhere between Leonardo da Vinci and Stephen ... “Nowadays people that are called polymaths are dabblers—are dabblers in ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 17economist magazineIntelligent Life is an award-winning magazine from The Economist . With its spirited writing and evocative photography, Intelligent Life is food for the brain and a ...
     3  +2 2014 sep 15kombucha historyThe history of kombucha is as murky as the liquid. The drink seems to have originated in East Asia and worked its way west, igniting a brief craze in late ...
     3  +2 2014 sep 15quit drinking for a monthA SOBERING EXERCISE | More Intelligent Life"The threshold of addiction is a foggy place," writes Nina Caplan. An enthusiastic drinker, she decides to give up alcohol for a month ... Special to MORE ...
     3  ~ 2014 sep 06i hate perfum galleyHE HATES PERFUME | More Intelligent LifeChristopher is the perfumer behind CB I Hate Perfume Gallery , a small shop on a street that runs parallel to New York's East River. I've visited often in the years ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 05cb i hate perfume"Christopher's perfumes are not for everyone", writes Jessica Gallucci about the man behind CB I Hate Perfume . But you might consider a dab of "Wet Pavement"  ...
     3  -1 2014 aug 28rationing chinese rice oilHOPE IN A THIN SHELL | More Intelligent LifeMy Madeleine: in Chairman Mao's China , it wasn't just supplies that were
     3  +2 2014 aug 26new mown hayNEW - MOWN HAY IS THE BEST | More Intelligent LifeNEW - MOWN HAY IS THE BEST. HAYcrop.jpg. The Big Question: for the novelist Rose Tremain, the best smell is transient and life-affirming. From INTELLIGENT ...
     3  -1 2014 aug 24con artist tricksA con man is essentially a salesman--a remarkably good one--who excels at making people ... progresses, Mr Lovell will start showing the man some card tricks .
     3  +1 2014 aug 19brora cashmere sweaterHow can pure cashmere sweaters cost £500 on Bond Street but less than £50 ... Brora costs more (from £169 for a V-neck) because it is made in Scotland, and ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 17women in chinaWOMEN IN CHINA : ON THE MARCH | More Intelligent LifeWomen in China have long been silenced or sidelined—if they weren't smothered at birth. But now a booming economy has transformed their lives. Hilary ...
     3  +2 2014 aug 16opium of the massesWHAT IS THE OPIUM OF THE PEOPLE ? | More Intelligent LifeKarl Marx's celebrated dictum, "religion is the opium of the people ", had a quiet genesis. He wrote it in 1843 as a passing remark in the introduction to a book of ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 14whos the daddyWHO'S THE DADDY ? | More Intelligent LifeStudies suggest that many people cannot be the child of the man they know as their father. Now they can get a paternity test over the counter. Catherine Nixey ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 13guinea pig meatMany people raise guinea pigs at home, and others buy them killed and cleaned in the meat section of the market. Ask a Peruvian if he or she eats cuy, and you ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 13this is waterDAVID FOSTER WALLACE, IN HIS OWN WORDS | More Intelligent How's the water ?" And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes "What the hell is ...
     3  +2 2014 aug 12lady jane greyDEBUNKING THE MYTH OF LADY JANE GREY | More Intelligent LifeKnown as the “nine-day queen”, Lady Jane Grey has become an iconic Tudor victim: virginal, sweet and beheaded at 16, largely because of the machinations of ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 01best range cookersTHE SCEPTICAL SHOPPER: RANGE COOKERS | More Intelligent Perhaps the greatest failing of most range cookers is heat or, rather, the lack of it. .... undercover experts give impartial advice on how and where to find the best  ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 01tailors in east londonEast London . I remember him in the playground, very sharply dressed, reading Keats. Amazing style, fantastic attitude…it was all about this guy making his own  ...
     3  +1 2014 jul 24history of denimA BRIEF HISTORY OF DENIM | More Intelligent LifeWhen the going gets tough, the tough turn blue— denim is just the thing for fighting, farming and triple-dip recession. Matthew Sweet traces the fortunes of the ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 29i hate perfume
     4  ~ 2014 sep 26con manA con man is essentially a salesman--a remarkably good one--who excels at making people feel special and understood. A con man validates the victim's desire ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 23the economist magazine
     4  +4 2014 sep 06teaching chinese to kids
     4  -2 2014 aug 23best range cooker
     4  ~ 2014 aug 23harry potter franceWHY THERE'S NO FRENCH HARRY POTTER | More Intelligent LifeIt was Baker who introduced Harry Potter to France , where the series sells very well, no mean feat in a culture that is suspicious of commercial success. Harry's ...
     4  ~ 2014 jul 25which language to learnWhy learn a foreign language ? After all, the one you already speak if you read this magazine is the world's most useful and important language . English is not ...
     4  ~ 2014 jul 19the month of octoberTHE BEST MONTH IS OCTOBER | More Intelligent LifeThe Big Question: the poet Kathleen Jamie chooses the month of leaf-tang and mystery. From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, January/February 2013. October is  ...
     4  ~ 2014 jul 16authentic trading riga ltdBEING THERE: RIGA | More Intelligent LifeNot the least of them is Riga , a beguiling city in its glum, inscrutable way, and one that improves steadily on acquaintance.
     4  +5 2014 jul 16boys in dressesFORMATIVE YEARS: NOT BOYS IN DRESSES | More Intelligent LifeIn our final instalment of formative years, a series about the experiences of women who entered boys ' schools in the 1970s, Tracey Camilleri admits to feeling ...
     5  +2 2014 sep 17what state is hollywood inTHE STATE OF HOLLYWOOD | More Intelligent LifeThere's something rotten in Hollywood, and it starts with the sign. An essay by David Thomson. From INTELLIGENT LIFE Magazine, Summer 2011. A few years  ...
     5  +1 2014 sep 15idea africa on facebookDIGITAL AFRICA | More Intelligent Life“The zero-rating of Facebook was the most significant tech story in Africa in 2010, ” ... meant to attract ideas and funds and set Makamba apart from the bruisers, ...
     5  -4 2014 sep 11alcohol free monthAn enthusiastic drinker, she decides to give up alcohol for a month
     5  -1 2014 sep 08the economist mag
     5  +2 2014 aug 30range cookers reviewsThey may be fashionable, but do these supersized, multi-function ovens earn their keep? Our undercover expert takes their temperature ... From INTELLIGENT  ...
     5  ~ 2014 aug 29the future of bookshopsLET'S REINVENT THE BOOKSHOP | More Intelligent LifeSpecifically, in the age of Amazon and e-books, a bookshop to save bookshops. ..... Most significantly, all these future bookshops integrate technology both to ...
     5  ~ 2014 aug 09la tache romanee contiThe only other exclusive wine they produce is La Tâche , in twice the amount as the Romanee - Conti , plus portions of Richebourg, Romanee-St.Vivant, Grands ...
     5  +1 2014 jul 28eric hilton theievry corporationTHE Q&A: ERIC HILTON , THIEVERY CORP . | More Intelligent Life“It Takes A Thief” is the long-awaited “greatest hits” album from Thievery Corporation , a pioneering electronic-music duo. Known for their melodic and precise ...
     5  +2 2014 jul 23link maker intelligentTHE Q&A: LONE SCHERFIG, FILM- MAKER | More Intelligent LifeLone Scherfig is a household name in Denmark, most celebrated for writing and directing the Dogme film "Italian For Beginners", the most profitable ...
     5  -3 2014 jul 22high end cookersThey may be fashionable, but do these supersized, multi-function ovens earn their keep? ... At the low end , their apparent robustness can be deceptive—oven shelves ... Palais from the French manufacturer La Cornue go as high as £23,550 .
     5  +3 2014 jul 22kombucha for hair lossGreen tea has nothing on kombucha , a fizzy, fermented elixir with many devotees and supposedly ... It also enables better skin, weight loss and thicker hair .
     5  -2 2014 jul 19best way to travelWHAT'S THE BEST WAY TO TRAVEL ? | More Intelligent LifeThe daily commute—sometimes infuriating, always mundane—often makes us forget that journeys are capable of sending us into transports of delight. As Robert ...
     5  +7 2014 jul 16kodak tri xTHE TRI - X FACTOR | More Intelligent LifeKodak's Tri-X is the film the great photographers love. Anton Corbijn, Don McCullin and Sebastião Salgado tell Bryan Appleyard why. From INTELLIGENT LIFE ...
     6  +3 2014 sep 24lady with an ermineA LADY WITH TWO FACES | More Intelligent LifeLady with an Ermine ” is the second-most famous woman in Leonardo's life. As she makes a rare trip to London, Francesca Kay looks at her magic ...
     6  +6 2014 sep 23aboriginal artist hang tenPIGMENT AT HANGING ROCK | More Intelligent LifeThe artist , it's clear, had a way with a line—I'm looking at a tableau of a lithe human
     6  +1 2014 sep 22daimeA TROPICAL BREW | More Intelligent LifeAyahuasca—or Daime as it is known locally—is a muddy-looking concoction made from boiling the Banisteriopsis caapi vine and the Psychotria viridis leaf.
     6  -2 2014 sep 17clarice lispectorWHY YOU SHOULD KNOW CLARICE LISPECTOR | More Intelligent Kafka may have also been a part-time beauty columnist with a penchant for Chanel suits. Benjamin Moser describes his fascination with Clarice Lispector ...
     6  +7 2014 aug 26the museum of everythingLONDON'S NEW MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING | More Intelligent LifeThe Museum of Everything opened its doors in London's Primrose Hill neighbourhood on October 14th, timed to coincide with London's Frieze Art Fair.
     6  +1 2014 aug 26church of santo daimeSanto Daime's literal meaning, therefore, is Saint Gimme. Mestre Irineu was given a plot of land outside Rio Branco, where he built the first Santo Daime church .
     6  +2 2014 aug 24living in paris
     6  -4 2014 aug 24life life magazineOUR FAQs: | More Intelligent LifeIntelligent Life is the bi-monthly lifestyle and culture magazine from The Economist. It covers the arts, style, food, wine, cars, travel and anything else under the ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 23the writers lifeTHE WRITER'S LIFE | More Intelligent LifeA survey of Britain's youth found that many aspire to become writers . They clearly don't know how hard it is, writes Alix Christie ... Special to MORE INTELLIGENT ...
     6  +4 2014 aug 20edmund de waalEDMUND DE WAAL'S UNFINISHED BUSINESS | More Intelligent LifeFor years Edmund de Waal has worked alone. First with his hands, practising throwing pots, and then in his head, memorising Japanese kanji characters and ...
     6  +1 2014 aug 20range cooker reviewThese culinary behemoths, endowed with two or more ovens and five or more hobs, are range cookers . They take their name from heat-storage cookers such as ...
     6  +4 2014 aug 08languages to learnIn the fourth in our series of Big Questions, we invited six writers to make the case for the language they thought most worth learning. The Economist's Robert ...
     6  +3 2014 aug 05best languages to learn
     6  +1 2014 aug 02kashmere in mongoliaThe long answer is that a label saying “100% cashmere ” tells only 50% of the story. ... The great majority of the world's cashmere comes from Inner Mongolia ( an ...
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