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The role of South African dance music during apartheid | Resident Advisor - YouTube
How the optimistic sounds of Bubblegum, Afro-synth and Kwaito helped inspire resistance to repression.
bubblegum  afrosynth  kwaito  music  history  SouthAfrica  ResidentAdvisor  2019 
1 hour ago by inspiral
Adam Serwer: White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots - The Atlantic
Grant blended Nordic boosterism with fearmongering, and supplied a scholarly veneer for notions many white citizens already wanted to believe.
MadisonGrant  racism  history  USA  TheAtlantic  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
Closing credits: the battle to save 1930s Odeon cinemas – photo essay | Cities | The Guardian
Oscar Deutsch’s cinemas were the most exotic architecture in many British towns and cities. But the wrecking ball has claimed many – and is still swinging
cinema  architecture  history  UK  Odeon  OscarDeutsch  Guardian  2019 
5 weeks ago by inspiral
Too Ugly to Be Saved? Singapore Weighs Fate of Its Brutalist Buildings - The New York Times
Singapore’s own take on the Brutalist style, Mr. Ho said, evolved to reflect local sensibilities and a tropical climate, so he said a better term for it would be “Singapore modernist.”
brutalism  architecture  design  Singapore  history  NYTimes  2019 
12 weeks ago by inspiral
UKWA Home
The UK Web Archive (UKWA) collects millions of websites each year, preserving them for future generations. The UKWA is a partnership of the six UK Legal Deposit Libraries.


Use this site to discover old or obsolete versions of UK websites, search the text of the websites and browse websites curated on different topics and themes.
archive  history  internet  website  UK  UKWA  utility 
december 2018 by inspiral
Why Trump Worries Historians More Than Economists - Bloomberg
If you think about these questions enough, you can end up very nervous indeed. Historians have seen too many modest mistakes spiral out of control and turn into disasters.

Economists, in contrast, work more with general models than with concrete historical situations, and those models emphasize underlying structural forces. Economies have fairly set populations, birth rates, natural resources, capital stocks, savings rates, trading partners, and so on. So to an economist, the final outcomes are closer to necessary than contingent.
history  economics  contrast  forecast  author:TylerCowen  Bloomberg  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
‘Silence Is Health’: How Totalitarianism Arrives | by Uki Goñi | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
For those who cherish democracy, it is necessary to comprehend the secret delight with which many greeted its passing. A quick fix to the insurgency seemed infinitely preferable to plodding investigations, piecemeal arrests, and case-by-case lawful trials. Whipped up by the irrational fear of a communist takeover, this impatience won the day. And once Argentina had accepted the necessity for a single, absolute solution, the killing could begin.
totalitarianism  history  fascism  normalisation  Argentina  NYReviewofBooks  2018 
november 2018 by inspiral
Why Are Americans Still Uncomfortable with Atheism? | The New Yorker
Such discrimination is both a cause and an effect of the crude way in which we parse belief, which has barely changed since Daniel Seeger completed his C.O. application: check “Yes” and endless questions follow; check “No” and the questioning ends. Lack of belief in God is still too often taken to mean the absence of any other meaningful moral beliefs, and that has made atheists an easy minority to revile. This is especially true in America, where an insistence on the idea that we are a Christian nation has tied patriotism to religiosity, leading to such strange paroxysms as the one produced by President Trump at last year’s Values Voter Summit: “In America, we don’t worship government—we worship God.”
atheism  religion  culture  history  review  USA  NewYorker  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
globalinequality: Democracy of convenience, not of choice: why is Eastern Europe different
Their histories are practically nothing but unending struggles for national and religious emancipation (when the religion of the conqueror differed from theirs, as in the case of Ottomans and the Orthodox, or as between Catholics and Protestants).  National emancipation meant the creation of a nation-state that would ideally include all members of one’s community. Of course, none of the nations were averse, when given half a chance, to convert themselves into the rulers of other weaker neighboring states—so there was no valid ethical superiority they had compared to the empires that ruled, and often oppressed, them. The line between the oppressed and the oppressor was always thin.  
migration  immigration  xenophobia  nationalism  history  review  EasternEurope  Poland  Ukraine  CzechRepublic  Slovakia  Slovenia  Greece  Hungary  Lithuania  Croatia  Serbia  Albania  Kosovo  Estonia  Latvia  Bulgaria  Macedonia  Romania  GlobalInequality  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
Walkways in the sky: the return of London's forgotten 'pedways' | Cities | The Guardian
They were planned after the second world war to whisk people above car-choked streets in the financial district, but remained unpopular and half-built. Now, pedestrian walkways are being reimagined for a 21st-century city
architecture  design  walkways  cityoflondon  urbandevelopment  history  London  Guardian  2018 
october 2018 by inspiral
Britain’s Boarding School Problem | The New Republic
How the country’s elite institutions have shaped colonialism, Brexit, and today’s global super-rich
education  privateschools  culture  history  review  critique  UK  NewRepublic  2018 
september 2018 by inspiral
It Can Happen Here | by Cass R. Sunstein | The New York Review of Books
In their different ways, Mayer, Haffner, and Jarausch show how habituation, confusion, distraction, self-interest, fear, rationalization, and a sense of personal powerlessness make terrible things possible. They call attention to the importance of individual actions of conscience both small and large, by people who never make it into the history books. Nearly two centuries ago, James Madison warned: “Is there no virtue among us? If there be not, we are in a wretched situation. No theoretical checks—no form of government can render us secure.” Haffner offered something like a corollary, which is that the ultimate safeguard against aspiring authoritarians, and wolves of all kinds, lies in individual conscience: in “decisions taken individually and almost unconsciously by the population at large.”
Nazi  history  totalitarianism  consumer  personalaccount  comparison  politics  DonaldTrump  Germany  USA  NYReviewofBooks  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
How TripAdvisor changed travel | News | The Guardian
The world’s biggest travel site has turned the industry upside down – but now it is struggling to deal with the same kinds of problems that are vexing other tech giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
TripAdvisor  travel  usergeneratedcontent  consumerreviews  review  history  profile  Guardian  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
How Millennials Killed Mayonnaise – Philadelphia Magazine
The inexorable rise of identity condiments has led to hard times for the most American of foodstuffs. And that’s a shame.
mayonnaise  food  trends  Hellmanns  history  PhiladelphiaMagazine  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
How LA’s Underground Street Racing Scene and The Fast And The Furious Grew Up
Indeed, it was a scene that birthed the first of the Fast and Furious movies. Yet like any other scene, it has since grown, and in many ways, warped. Today the city is more familiar with takeovers or sideshows, where crowds of onlookers occupy an intersection to use for car stunts and endangering onlookers.
automotive  streetracing  history  TheFastandtheFurious  LosAngeles  Jalopnik  2018 
july 2018 by inspiral
Stacking the Bricks: How the Blog Broke the Web
And the damn reverse chronology bias — once called into creation, it hungers eternally — sought its next victim. Myspace. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Pinterest, of all things. Today these social publishing tools are beginning to buck reverse chronological sort; they’re introducing algorithm sort, to surface content not by time posted but by popularity, or expected interactions, based on individual and group history. There is even less control than ever before.
blog  history  webdesign  reversechronological  sequence  userexperience  critique  creativity  StackingtheBricks  2018 
july 2018 by inspiral
BBC - Culture - How nightclub design evolved
From radical happenings and dry-ice and glitter, to the rise of the industrial aesthetic, Dominic Lutyens explores the story of clubs, and asks – are we in the last days of disco?
clubbing  music  design  architecture  history  review  BBC  2018 
may 2018 by inspiral
Has wine gone bad? | News | The Guardian
‘Natural wine’ advocates say everything about the modern industry is ethically, ecologically and aesthetically wrong – and have triggered the biggest split in the wine world for a generation.
wine  organic  naturalwine  review  history  trends  Guardian  2018 
may 2018 by inspiral
How Philip Glass Went From Driving Taxis to Composing - The Atlantic
How Philip Glass went from driving taxis to becoming one of the most celebrated composers of our time
PhilipGlass  music  interview  history  TheAtlantic  2018 
april 2018 by inspiral
Bezos's empire: how Amazon became the world's biggest retailer | Technology | The Guardian
Amazon has shipped more than 400 items per second at its peak. How did it grow from bookseller to retail giant?
Amazon  growth  profile  statistics  history  Guardian  2018 
april 2018 by inspiral
Does Having a Day Job Mean Making Better Art? - The New York Times
But even the celebrity painters of the past half-century had to hustle at one point. As David Salle — who was financially insolvent at the time of his first show, held at the loft of a young dealer named Larry Gagosian in 1979 — admitted in a 2005 lecture, “It was common not to expect to be able to live from your art” in 1970s New York. Inclusion in the city’s top exhibitions during the ’80s brought Salle the fame that allowed him to spend “most days in my studio, alone,” no supplementary income required. Artistic success, it can often seem, means earning enough money from your art not to have to take a job.
art  artist  employment  income  history  trends  NYTimes  2018 
march 2018 by inspiral
Funkhaus Nalepastraße: A Place With an Illustrious Past - Berlin Logs - Berlin for English Speakers
The Funkhaus is not an all-night disco - funk means radio in german– rather, it’s a colossal East German structure that used to be the largest radio-broadcasting site in the world. Think of it as the BBC of the DDR. After the fall of the wall, and despite a series of ambiguous ownership since the 90's, the Funkhaus maintained its relevance renting out its numerous studios to artists. Today the facility is a treasure trove for musicians, sound designers, producers, film directors, performance artists, and a great resource for anyone interested in Berlin history or architecture.
Funkhaus  culture  architecture  history  Berlin  Germany  BerlinLogs  2017 
january 2018 by inspiral
Soigneur - Arrivederci ciclismo
That said, the disappearance of the fuchsia and electric blue is pure fin-de-siècle, and there’s no point in deluding ourselves otherwise. UAE cycling will be progressively less Italian and Lampre, it already seems, belongs to a completely different time, and a completely different cycling. These they’re paying to stand on Oude Kwaremont, and that’s just the beginning. So different, yes, but as the Wiggins affair proves, completely the same.

I still believe that Copeland was telling me the truth about Rumšas, but I don’t believe for one minute that we’ll see another team like Lampre. Twenty-five years, the marketing types tell us, is about twenty years too long. It’s also a hell of a lot of money, but most of all it’s a whole lotta love.
Lampre  cycling  cyclesport  history  Soigneur  author:HerbieSykes  2018 
january 2018 by inspiral
(4) Thamesmead, 1970 - YouTube
Description: This film looks at the building of Thamesmead by the GLC -- including Stages 1 and 2. It shows the architectural plans and models; the planning of transport and shopping provision; the landscaping work etc. Looks at the input of the Greater London Council, through the Thamesmead Committee. Shows the first family to move in, the completion of the first tower block, and a meeting of the Residents' Association.

Date: 1970
Thamesmead  history  architecture  London  GreaterLondonCouncil  1970 
december 2017 by inspiral
The potato's role in the global dominance of white people — Quartzy
Smith had struck on a connection little recognized even today: that improved labor productivity, surging population, and outmigration were thanks to the potato.
potato  food  history  development  Europe  Quartz  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
The Sound of Music | Asymco
So there is some good reason to honor music at Apple. If it wasn’t for music, Apple would probably not exist today.
Apple  music  strategy  history  iPod  AppleMusic  Shazam  AirPods  HomePod  Asymco  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
How World Wrapps gilded the burrito and invented fast casual - Eater
How World Wrapps gilded the burrito and invented fast casual before there was a name for it
WorldWrapps  food  history  fastfood  burrito  Eater  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
How the sandwich consumed Britain | The long read | News | The Guardian
The world-beating British sandwich industry is worth £8bn a year. It transformed the way we eat lunch, then did the same for breakfast – and now it’s coming for dinner.
samdwich  food  trends  history  Pret  UK  Guardian  2017 
november 2017 by inspiral
Warsaw's Palace of Culture, Stalin's 'gift': a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 32 | Cities | The Guardian
Built by 3,500 Soviet workers after Poland’s capital was flattened by Nazi bombs, the building now stands as a contested symbol of the country’s complex past
PalaceofCulture  architecture  urbandevelopment  history  Warsaw  Guardian  2015 
november 2017 by inspiral
The Fascinating Family Feud that Led to Adidas and Puma, and Allowed Nike to Dominate the Market
Here’s the strange story of a family-owned business so dysfunctional that business schools teach it as a lesson in how not to run a company.
Adidas  Puma  footwear  history  AdiDassler  RudolphDassler  TodayIFoundOut  2017 
october 2017 by inspiral
What Happened to Myanmar’s Human-Rights Icon? | The New Yorker
The ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya reveals what the world didn’t understand about Aung San Suu Kyi.
AungSanSuuKyi  humanrights  history  profile  Rohingya  Myanmar  NewYorker  2017 
september 2017 by inspiral
How Mikhail Gorbachev ended the cold war
The peasant boy turned Communist Party boss who liberated his people from 70 years of lies and buried the Soviet Union
MikhailGorbachev  profile  Glasnost  politics  history  Russia  Economist  2017 
september 2017 by inspiral
Celery Was the Avocado Toast of the Victorian Era | TASTE
Stored in fancy vases. Cooked with care and finesse. Served in the Titanic’s first-class cabin. There were days when celery was not just boring crudité, but a luxury.
celery  food  history  TasteCooking  2017 
september 2017 by inspiral
Russian Revolution - The British Library
From the fall of Russia’s last Tsar to the rise of the first communist state, discover how the seismic revolution of 1917 changed both a country and a world through expert articles and collection items.
history  Russia  exhibition  RussianRevolution  London  BritishLibrary  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
How the battle of Lewisham helped to halt the rise of Britain’s far right | UK news | The Guardian
In August 1977, the National Front suffered a defeat from which it never recovered. But the day also saw a radical change in police tactics
NationalFront  racism  protest  history  Lewisham  London  UK  Guardian  1977  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
Bangalore turns Bengaluru: The birth, life, and descent into dystopia of India's most liveable metro — Quartz
Things are so bad now that Bangalore ranks a low 146 on Mercer’s 2017 Quality of Living Index, and 177 for quality of infrastructure, coming in last among the surveyed Indian cities. An IISc study says the city will be simply uninhabitable by 2025 (pdf).
Bangalore  urbandevelopment  qualityoflife  review  critique  history  India  Quartz  2017 
august 2017 by inspiral
25 Historic Nightclubs That Shaped German Club Culture - Electronic Beats
An essential primer on four decades of German techno history via important but now-closed clubs.
clubbing  music  history  Germany  Frankfurt  Berlin  Cologne  Munich  Mannheim  Kassel  Hamburg  Bochum  Leipzig  Essen  Stuttgart  ElectronicBeats  2017 
june 2017 by inspiral
Above Avalon: iPhone Evolution
The iPhone's most remarkable quality is the degree to which its role in our lives has changed. In 2007, the iPhone was a computer that fit in our pocket. The product evolved into the most valuable communications tool in our life thanks to advances in camera technology. We are now on the verge of the iPhone becoming a new kind of personal navigator as Apple embraces augmented reality. The iPhone's role in our life doesn't remain static, but rather it evolves. This fact has major implications when it comes to thinking about iPhone sales and pricing, screen size preference, upgrade trends, and even how other gadgets will fit into our lives. 
iPhone  Apple  review  history  strategy  pricing  forecast  AboveAvalon  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
Resurrecting the Forgotten Bike Highways of 1930s Britain - Atlas Obscura
The United Kingdom built hundreds of miles of protected bike lanes—and promptly forgot about them.
bikelanes  cycling  history  UK  AtlasObscura  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
What would count as an explanation of the size of China? - Marginal REVOLUTION
There are two striking facts about China.  First, the country is quite large.  Second, the country was remarkably large early in its history, compared to most other political units.  For instance, here is China in 200 AD:
China  history  geography  size  review  MarginalRevolution  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
Damn fine telly: why everything is now ‘a bit Twin Peaks’ | Television & radio | The Guardian
As it returns to the small screen, Kyle MacLachlan explains how David Lynch’s show changed the way we watch television
TwinPeaks  DavidLynch  television  evolution  review  history  Guardian  2017 
may 2017 by inspiral
The United States of Billy Joel - The Atlantic
The Piano Man hasn’t released a new pop album since 1993. How does he continue to sell out stadiums?
BillyJoel  music  culture  history  USA  TheAtlantic  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Return of the KLF: ‘They were agents of chaos. Now the world they anticipated is here’ | Music | The Guardian
Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty hijacked pop in the 1980s and 90s with outlandish antics involving lasers, house music, a Viking longship and a million-pound bonfire. Andrew Harrison revisits the chaos – and talks to their former partners in crime
KLF  profile  music  culture  history  Guardian  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Why young men queue up to die in the French Foreign Legion | Aeon Essays
His cap is bleached as white as the bones of a Saharan camel. Is the romance of the French Foreign Legion a cult of death?
ForeignLegion  profile  military  history  France  Aeon  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Roger Mayne | Roger Mayne | The Photographers' Gallery
This major exhibition is the first since 1999 to show the iconic work of British photographer Roger Mayne (1929-2014).
RogerMayne  photography  exhibition  history  London  UK  PhotographersGallery  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
In 1975, Newsweek Predicted A New Ice Age. We’re Still Living with the Consequences.
All climate change deniers needed was one article to cast doubt on the science of global warming.
climatechange  history  review  critique  LongReads  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Which colonies fared best under British rule? - Marginal REVOLUTION
If you are looking for the upside of British colonialism, you are more likely to find it in the wealthier and better-treated Singapore or Malaysia.
colonialism  comparison  India  Singapore  history  author:TylerCowen  MarginalRevolution  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
Goodbye, Eastern Europe! - Los Angeles Review of Books
This isn’t the road I want to go down. I want to talk about Eastern Europe beyond stereotypes. I want to talk about it as a place of unexpected cosmopolitanism, a constellation of microregions whose individual parochialism and self-involvement add up to something bigger than the sum of their parts. I want to argue that Eastern Europe, its literature and its history, is essential for getting a grasp on the 20th century, the nightmare which we are still waking up from. I want to talk about it in terms of diversity, modernity, and competing avant-gardes. And yet here I am a page deep, wagon wheels stuck in a mire of nostalgia and Ruritanian cliché.
culture  history  identity  Poland  CzechRepublic  Romania  Latvia  Lithuania  Estonia  EasternEurope  LAReviewofBooks  2017 
february 2017 by inspiral
RA: East Side story: LA's backyard party scene
In East LA during the early '90s, Latino neighborhoods were home to a thriving party circuit that laid the foundations for the city's dance music scene. Matt McDermott charts the history of this overlooked community.
music  culture  history  Latino  clubbing  LosAngeles  USA  ResidentAdvisor  2017 
february 2017 by inspiral
Mies’s Mansion House Square: the best building London never had? | Cities | The Guardian
Mies van der Rohe’s plans for an office tower in the City were scuppered by Prince Charles’ criticism and Margaret Thatcher’s fear of new public space – yet this tale has as much to do with shifts in public opinion against modernist architecture
MiesvanderRohe  architecture  London  MansionHouseSquare  history  PrinceCharles  Guardian  2017 
february 2017 by inspiral
The iPhone Unsung Sine Qua Non
Much has been said about the original iPhone’s success factors: an innovative multi-touch interface, a never-seen-before combination of cell phone, iPod and Internet “navigator”. All good, but missing one crucial element: removing the carrier’s control on the iPhone’s features and content.
iPhone  Apple  distribution  strategy  history  SteveJobs  review  author:JeanLouisGassee  MondayNote  2017 
january 2017 by inspiral
How Margaret Thatcher Took On Acid House - The Daily Beast
All-night raves known as Acid House parties were spreading across the UK in 1989, ‘the Second Summer of Love.’ But it took a letter from an MP’s irritated uncle in the shires to get Mrs. Thatcher involved in the debate.
MargaretThatcher  music  acidhouse  dancemusic  CriminalJusticeBill  history  UK  TheDailyBeast  2016 
january 2017 by inspiral
World War Three, by Mistake - The New Yorker
Harsh political rhetoric, combined with the vulnerability of the nuclear command-and-control system, has made the risk of global catastrophe greater than ever.
nuclearweapons  internationalrelations  war  history  Russia  USA  review  author:EricSchlosser  NewYorker  2016 
december 2016 by inspiral
Why secret album-sharing forum What.CD was a pirate paradise
On November 17, music-sharing database What.CD was shut down for good by the French authorities. The loss of the illegal members-only forum was immediately mourned by diggers from all corners of the world who had lost access to the internet’s largest and most meticulously catalogued database of unusual music. Chris Zaldua recalls a life of piracy and makes a case in defence of What.CD.
What.CD  piracy  music  history  review  FactMag  2016 
november 2016 by inspiral
St. Leonard’s Passion-print
Leonard Cohen releases his 12th album, Old Ideas. The troubadour and poet hasn’t always been popular, but he is always profound.
LeonardCohen  music  musicfestival  IsleofWightFestival  history  profile  TablletMag  2012 
november 2016 by inspiral
The Golden Age of TV Was Born in the 1980s -- Vulture
Now that talent and vision have become values to be cultivated instead of irritations to be managed or stamped out, the personalities of individual creators have become much stronger. Networks, cable channels, and streaming services have figured out that if you turn creativity into a cult of personality, you can get the audience interested in the storytelling as well as the story. They’ll second-guess what just happened, compete to guess what’ll happen next, and speculate on how all the pieces fit (or don’t). Storytellers as aesthetically and temperamentally dissimilar as Louis C.K., Noah Hawley (Fargo), Donald Glover (Atlanta), Kenya Barris (Black-ish), Pamela Arlon (Better Things), the Duffer Brothers (Stranger Things), Ryan Murphy (every other show on TV, seemingly), and Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy (Westworld) can all be discussed now as artists and storytellers who are very much in charge of the worlds they devise, executives’ notes notwithstanding.
television  1980s  history  WKRPinCincinnati  HillStreetBlues  StElsewhere  MiamiVice  Wiseguy  Moonlighting  CopRock  Seinfeld  MarriedwithChildren  TheCosbyShow  FamilyTies  Roseanne  CrimeStory  Dallas  FalconCrest  advocacy  Vulture  2016 
october 2016 by inspiral
Why Iceland is the best place in the world to be a woman | Life and style | The Guardian
Since 1975, the Nordic country has blazed the trail in gender equality and now, from infancy to maternity, women and girls enjoy a progressive lifestyle. But how did they achieve it?
women  gender  equality  history  review  Iceland  Guardian  2016 
october 2016 by inspiral
Van Doren And The In Vogue | How Vans Became A Milli...
As Vans celebrates 50 years, we look at how a cheap canvas shoe managed to sell skate culture for big bucks without losing any of its credibility....
Vans  footwear  brand  profile  history  Mpora  2016 
october 2016 by inspiral
Turkey’s Thirty-Year Coup - The New Yorker
The irony of the attempted coup is that Erdoğan has emerged stronger than ever. The popular uprising that stopped the plot was led in many cases by people who disliked Erdoğan only marginally less than they disliked the prospect of a military regime. But the result has been to set up Erdoğan and his party to rule, with nearly absolute authority, for as long as he wants. “Even before the coup attempt, we had concerns that the government and the President were approaching politics and governance in ways that were designed to lock in a competitive advantage—to insure you would have perpetual one-party rule,” the second Western diplomat said.

Erdoğan has solidified his power, but he has also put himself in the awkward position of denouncing a man who enabled his rise. Talking about Gülen and his movement, he can seem almost to be in pain. “They came asking for seventeen universities, and I approved all of them,” he told a crowd in 2014. “He asked for land for schools, we gave it to him,” he added. “We gave them all kinds of support.” Erdoğan rarely spoke Gülen’s name in these speeches, but this time he addressed him and his followers directly. “So this is treason?” he asked, sounding dismayed. “What did you ask for that you couldn’t get?”
RecepTayyipErdogan  Gulen  politics  coup  history  review  Turkey  NewYorker  2016 
october 2016 by inspiral
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