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Fernando Santos já está a caminho do desespero pelo fraco jogo de Portugal. via Pocket
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Que jogo de treta. Jogamos muito mal. #PORMAR via Pocket
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Seeking a Friend for the End of the World: The Dr. Strangelove of Rom-coms | National Review
It’s hard to say which of the black-comic elements in is most apt. Maybe it’s an unctuous newscaster admonishing viewers to tune in to the “End of the World Awareness Concert. via Pocket
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Exibição miserável. Vitória à tangente. Continua tudo de acordo com o plano. via Pocket
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I know what you read last summer - Feature | BookPage
Thrills, laughs, romance, drama—you know what you want out of a beach read. But just because you know what you want doesn’t mean you’ve found it yet. Based on what you read last year, we’re recommending eight new beachy books to fill your long summer days. via Pocket
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Grande defesa. #PORMAR via Pocket
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O que é que se passa com a nossa defesa? #PORMAR via Pocket
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GOOOOLLLOOOOOOOOO RONALDO!!!! via Pocket
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Raphael Guerreiro's body after Nordin Amrabat's penalty appeal earlier #PORMAR #WorldCup via Pocket
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Bond Traders Get Ready for Yield-Curve Inversion as Soon as Next Week - Bloomberg
The first step in the inversion of the U.S. Treasury curve may be poised to occur as soon as next week. The spread between 7- and 10-year yields held just below 4 basis points Tuesday, after shrinking to 2 basis points last month, the smallest gap since at least 2009. via Pocket
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The best tidbits from the Supreme Court's new financial disclosures — Quartz
The most powerful judges in the US don’t just sit on the bench. The Supreme Court justices do side gigs, too. Their 2017 financial disclosures, released on June 14, reveal what the judges get up to when they’re off-duty and how they supplement their salaries. via Pocket
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3 hours ago
iOS 11 battery woes? This might be one culprit - CNET
Like many people, I noticed a decrease in battery life after I installed iOS 11 on my iPhone (a 6S Plus, if you're curious). What's the deal, Apple?This is actually pretty common; it seems like each new version of iOS brings complaints about faster battery drain. via Pocket
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Santo António trouxe calor, São João traz chuva e trovoada | TVI24
Os festejos do São João, celebrados na próxima noite de sábado e no domingo vão ser precedidos de aguaceiros, trovoadas e granizo, mas também de temperaturas até 35 graus, disse à Lusa fonte do Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera (IPMA). via Pocket
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Santo António trouxe o calor, São João traz chuva e trovoada via Pocket
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Rainbow Chameleons Display True Colors When Courting | HowStuffWorks
A male of the new chameleon species Calumma uetzi flaunts his display colors. The female's dark color and open mouth are clear signs that she is not impressed. via Pocket
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3 hours ago
The Best Olive Oil from the Grocery Store
Olive oil is as essential to the kitchen as a saucepan or stove. Yet, while it’s always in front of us, we don’t always pay attention to what it can do—or not do—for the dishes we add it to. via Pocket
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The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner – what it means to be poor and female in America | Books | The Guardian
They are strip-searched, shackled, Tasered and put in cages; their babies are taken away at birth. This is not Margaret Atwood’s Gilead – these women wear blue, not handmaid’s red – but Stanville Women’s Correctional Facility in California. via Pocket
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10 reasons why your photos aren't sharp (and how to fix them) | TechRadar
Getting sharp photos is one of the fundamental goals in photography. If your images aren't as sharp as you'd like, take a look at our ten-point guide to work out where you're going wrong and how to get it right next time. via Pocket
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Scots consume ‘10 litres of pure alcohol a year’ - The Scotsman
Waiting for Video... More than 10 litres of pure alcohol was consumed last year for every adult in Scotland, a new report on the nation’s drinking has revealed. via Pocket
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Acordo Merkel-Macron força banca nacional a baixar malparado via Pocket
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The Rolex That Everybody Wants This Year Is Actually Affordable - Bloomberg
Rolex SA is the master of iteration. By changing minuscule elements of its beloved watches over the years, the Geneva-based company has created hundreds of variations to chase, collect, and compare. via Pocket
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«Ficou a Academia, foi-se o bom senso» [Nuno Pacheco, “Público”, 20.06.18] – Apartado 53
Em 2015, promoveu a Academia das Ciências de Lisboa um colóquio intitulado Ortografia e Bom Senso. via Pocket
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Acordo Merkel-Macron terá impacto na banca portuguesa. Bancos só poderão ter 5% de malparado – ECO
Os bancos da União Europeia deverão reduzir o stock de crédito em risco de incumprimento para o máximo de 5% do total da carteira de crédito que têm, anunciaram a Alemanha e França num documento conjunto, onde recomendam um teto máximo que vai forçar países como Itália e Portugal, mais e via Pocket
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Opinião | Tarefas urgentes para antifascistas | PÚBLICO
Acabaram-se as crónicas a alertar para a possibilidade de um regresso do fascismo: ele aí está, inconfundível e indesmentível. Quando o governo dos EUA separa crianças dos pais para as encerrar em campos de detenção. via Pocket
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What happens when ordinary people learn economics? | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian
In a makeshift classroom, nine lay people are battling some of the greatest economists of all time – and they appear to be winning. Just watch what happens to David Ricardo, the 18th-century father of our free-trade system. via Pocket
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Europe’s democrats must unite to prevent a far-right takeover | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian - via Pocket
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Europe’s democrats must unite to prevent a far-right takeover | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian
The battle lines are now drawn for Europe’s ultimate test: the May 2019 elections for the European parliament. That’s when far-right and populist parties will attempt to complete their power grab in the EU. In the elections of 2014, they made gains. Next year, they’ll seek to dominate. via Pocket
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Impact of Social Sciences – To save the research literature, let’s make literature reviews reproducible
Last week the Impact Blog featured a post from Richard P. Phelps, in which he proposed that journals get rid of their requirement for a literature review. via Pocket
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CDC Director's Salary is $150,000 Higher than Any Previous Director | Fortune
The new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Robert Redfield Jr., has no experience working in public health or managing a public health agency, but he’s getting paid at least $150,000 more per year than any of his predecessors. via Pocket
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Maximum GS Pay Limitations
Type of Pay Limit Maximum Limit Reference General Schedule (excluding any locality payment or special rate supplement) Level V of Executive Schedule 5 U.S.C. 5303(f) General Schedule, plus special rate supplement (5 U.S.C. via Pocket
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Mac keyboard shortcuts - Apple Support
If you're using a keyboard made for Windows PCs, use the Alt key instead of Option, and the Windows logo key instead of Command. Some Mac keyboards and shortcuts use special keys in the top row, which include icons for volume, display brightness, and other functions. via Pocket
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At $9.7 Million a Pop, Private Jets Are Luring Buyers Again - Bloomberg
If anyone’s looking for further evidence of a strong economy, here’s a sign: Wealthy individuals and companies are starting to snap up used private jets before they get too expensive. Take Steven Myers. via Pocket
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7 Must-See Movies About Writers | IndieWire
This week, audiences will meet the first-ever filmic representation of David Foster Wallace. via Pocket
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Yanis Varoufakis: Why Germany Neither Can Nor Should Pay More To Save the Eurozone via Pocket
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What the incarceration of the Audi chief implies 4:36 AM - 19 Jun 2018 via Pocket
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Sánchez' game plan via Pocket
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Why no deal will be good enough to satisfy Seehofer 4:34 AM - 19 Jun 2018 via Pocket
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9 things you (probably) didn’t know about Winston Churchill - History Extra
In his book, How to Think Like Churchill, Daniel Smith charts the defining moments in the politician’s life, and reveals the key principles, philosophies and decisions that made him the wartime leader we remember him as. via Pocket
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Daily Routines: Winston Churchill
Despite all this activity Churchill’s daily routine changed little during these years. He awoke about 7:30 a.m. and remained in bed for a substantial breakfast and reading of mail and all the national newspapers. For the next couple of hours, still in bed, he worked, dictating to his secretaries. via Pocket
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The novels Winston Churchill read while winning his part of World War II – Foreign Policy
Captain Hornblower (actually a U.S. collection of the first three Hornblower novels)Moll FlandersPhineas FinnPride and Prejudice via Pocket
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Winston Churchill and “the English-speaking club” | The Book Haven
Winston Churchill the speaker was a force of nature. His rhetorical powers had a critical role to play in saving Europe from the biggest threat it had faced in a millennia, perhaps ever. There’s a reason why his rhetoric worked. via Pocket
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Yanis Varoufakis: Why Germany Neither Can Nor Should Pay More To Save the Eurozone | naked capitalism
Yves here. Varoufakis is extremely articulate and charismatic, and had the correct economic analysis for the mess Greece was in in 2015, as well as an economically sound solution in the form of his and Jamie Galbraith’s A Modest Proposal. via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
It is interesting that German commentators who have appealed to the national interest are now getting very scared. Berthold Kohler, one of the editors of FAZ, discovers that the future of the EU is at stake, not just that of the German government. via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
It is interesting that German commentators who have appealed to the national interest are now getting very scared. Berthold Kohler, one of the editors of FAZ, discovers that the future of the EU is at stake, not just that of the German government. via Pocket
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Freakonometrics | An Open Lab-Notebook Experiment
Sometimes, with big data, matrices are too big to handle, and it is possible to use tricks to numerically still do the map. Map-Reduce is one of those. With several cores, it is possible to split the problem, to map on each machine, and then to agregate it back at the end. via Pocket
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I've Got Some Things to Say | by Romelu Lukaku
Iremember the exact moment I knew we were broke. I can still picture my mum at the refrigerator and the look on her face. I was six years old, and I came home for lunch during our break at school. My mum had the same thing on the menu every single day: Bread and milk. via Pocket
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The end of Spanish income moderation? via Pocket
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Helmut Kohl's Theory of Europe | Thomas Klau via Pocket
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Some thoughts on the future of Europe 4:37 AM - 18 Jun 2018 via Pocket
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Forbes Welcome
Amid President Trump’s headaches confirming cabinet secretaries, from neophyte Rex Tillerson to conflict-prone Scott Pruitt to unprepared Betsy DeVos, all of whom squeezed through, Wilbur Ross was a tonic. via Pocket
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Missing in Action: The Poor in America | naked capitalism
By Beverly Gologorsky the author of the just-published novel Every Body Has a Story (Dispatch/Haymarket Books), as well as the novels The Things We Do To Make It Home (a New York Times notable book), and Stop Here (an Indie Next pick). via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
As the new Spanish government begins to outline its policy agenda, it appears the long period of wage and pension moderation may be coming to an end. via Pocket
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Eurointelligence - Public
As the new Spanish government begins to outline its policy agenda, it appears the long period of wage and pension moderation may be coming to an end. via Pocket
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2 days ago
In the outer space of science and fiction
IN SIMON Pegg’s spoof buddy movie Hot Fuzz, Bill Bailey plays twin police officers. One works the day shift, is well groomed, pleasant and reads novels by Iain Banks. The other works the night shift, is scruffy, surly and reads the novels of Iain M Banks. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Theorizing by black scholars differs from white Western academic standards but is no less valid (opinion)
Who teaches academics to theorize? The answer is less simple than it seems; our advisers are not our only instructors. Academics do pay homage to genealogies of theory through racially and gender-selective citations or the occasional acknowledgment section. via Pocket
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How We Nourished Each Other When the Fridge Was Empty | The On Being Project
The gray was around us. The sun was not yet present in the sky. The clouds of morning misted the world we lived in. My grandmother and mother moved quietly on the padded carpet of grass, still wet with dew. via Pocket
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Why We Should Teach Music History Backwards | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
Rock fans do their own investigative work to understand their favorite groups’ influences. So why can’t the rest of us get with the program? The problem with music history is it’s almost always presented in the wrong direction: forward, from the beginning of something to the end. via Pocket
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5 Ways I Get Myself to Do What I Don't Wanna | Psychology Today
My plans this weekend were so antithetical to everything I am as an introvert, I wanted to fall to my knees and sob uncontrollably. I did it to myself when I volunteered to do a political canvass. As in: Knocking on strangers' doors and talking to them about my candidate. via Pocket
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Melania Trump’s Disappearance Is Right Out of Hitchcock
On Sunday night, Melania Trump spoke at the Ford Theatre’s annual gala, where she served as honorary chairperson. It was her first major public appearance after her lengthy, and still unexplained, disappearance from the public eye this past month. via Pocket
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World's 50 Best Restaurants List 2018: Here Are the Restaurants, So Far | Food & Wine
The world's most competitive restaurant award season is upon us, with the World's 50 Best Restaurants organization announcing their top 50 restaurants on June 19 in Bilbao, Spain. On Tuesday, they announced the fine-dining spots around the world that rank 51 to 100. via Pocket
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2 days ago
The 'Psychopath' AI We've Always Feared Actually Exists And It's Called Norman
While Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri are all working overtime to persuade us that AI can be your best friend, what would happen if we trained an AI to be the complete opposite. via Pocket
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10 Engagement Ring Cuts and Their Unique Meaning - Vogue
The most exciting aspect of the engagement process can also arguably be the most agonizing: Deciding which type of ring you’ll have. After all, it’s the longest style commitment you’ll ever make. Luckily, diamonds never go out of style. via Pocket
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Writing Flawed Characters: How to Write Believable Love Interests
In crafting fiction across genres, a perfect love interest is a tempting trap—and a trope. Writing flawed characters, even when your character is head over heels in love with them, is a must. via Pocket
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Why Your Inner Circle Should Stay Small, and How to Shrink It
When it comes to networks, the bigger the better, right? Not necessarily. Carefully curate your most trusted, inner circle and you’ll be surprised at how much more valuable you’ll become to the larger community of people in the world who care about the same things you do. via Pocket
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2 days ago
17 Cheap Ikea Products That Look Expensive | HuffPost
If you’ve ever been to Ikea, you know how amazing their room displays look. From perfected cabinets to gorgeous headboards to the perfect light fixtures, each room has its own personal touch. And while everything may look luxe in price, it doesn’t mean it actually is. via Pocket
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Imperial Presidency: Congress Abdicates War-Making Powers to White House | National Review
The imperial presidency’s enablers have a responsibility to do right by America’s constitutional order. Senator Tim Kaine (D., Va. via Pocket
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Marcus Aurelius on What His Father Taught Him About Humility, Honor, Kindness, and Integrity – Brain Pickings
Marcus Aurelius is considered the last of Ancient Rome’s Five Good Emperors, but he is perhaps best remembered for his contributions to philosophy as one of the most influential Stoics. via Pocket
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Portugal app empowers disabled to win better access to buildings | Reuters
LISBON (Reuters) - Fed up with the obstacle course of Lisbon’s narrow footways and stairs in doorways, wheelchair user Ricardo Teixeira has taken matters into his own hands, giving disabled people the chance to fight back and instantly report violations via a phone app. via Pocket
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11 Geography Facts That Will Mess With Your Head - UberFacts
I’m a full-grown adult, and I can’t tell you how many people I know with a totally demented knowledge of world geography. via Pocket
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Deutsche Bank's Future Is More Fannie Mae Than Lehman - Bloomberg 5:52 AM - 17 Jun 2018 via Pocket
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UK PM May says need to ensure parliament does not overturn Brexit - Reuters 5:49 AM - 17 Jun 2018 via Pocket
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Anna Faris Explains Why She Got a Boob Job Right After Her Divorce | InStyle.com
Anna Faris is a staunch feminist who had a boob job. And she’s finally come to terms with the fact that the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive. When she wrote her memoir, Unqualified, Faris revealed the details of her plastic surgery procedures. via Pocket
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3 days ago
Prada Gets It. Luxury Needs the Digital Rich Kids - Bloomberg
Young, rich and surrounded by high-end toys. This isn't Rich Kids of Instagram we are talking about. It’s the new generation of leaders who are taking up roles within their families' luxury businesses. via Pocket
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3 days ago
How to follow as your favorite shows come and go from Netflix | Popular Science
Stay up to date with Netflix's content. Netflix offers thousands of titles for viewing on demand, but its library of available content changes on a regular basis. via Pocket
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Forbes Welcome
When it comes to the world’s largest and most powerful public companies, tech giants like Apple, Samsung and Google (Alphabet) take second fiddle to the biggest banks in China and the United States. via Pocket
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3 days ago
UK PM May says need to ensure parliament does not overturn Brexit | Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday it was important to ensure that parliament could not block Brexit, defending her approach to passing the legislation that will end Britain’s membership of the European Union. via Pocket
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Deutsche Bank's Future Is More Fannie Mae Than Lehman - Bloomberg
It's hard to recall the last time there was good news out of Deutsche Bank AG. Record fines and criminal charges. Restructuring plans with layoffs and write-offs, that don't seem to work. Losses. Senior management infighting. Credit-rating downgrades and new lows for the stock price. via Pocket
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The Age Gap in Religion Around the World | Pew Research Center
In the United States, religious congregations have been graying for decades, and young adults are now much less religious than their elders. via Pocket
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Poppy Delevingne on Her Collection for Jo Malone London
Call it the Proust effect: Memories are best triggered by smells. Scientific studies confirm that out of all the senses, smells and fragrance offer the best recall. Our new feature, Scent Memories, asks its subjects to talk about the scents they associate with different emotions and thoughts. via Pocket
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