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Why the Titanic always sinks | Jenny Diski

www.guardian.co.uk
Like children replaying a trauma, we are drawn to the perfect drama of the loss of the great 20th-century cruise linerHow many times does the Titanic have to sink before we've had enough? In the latest iteration of the drowning of 1,503 passengers at sea, Julian Fellowes ends each of four TV...
Why the Titanic always sinks | Jenny Diski

Resident Evil: Revelations HD - review

www.guardian.co.uk
PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Capcom, cert: 16Capcom's once-legendary horror series has languished in recent years, with newer instalments failing to recapture the macabre delights of earlier efforts. Revelations, originally a side project for the portable 3DS, certainly lives up to its name, proving a surprise reminder of how great bio-terror...
Resident Evil: Revelations HD - review

Apply Now: Unreasonable At Sea To Embark On 100 Day Journey in 2013 To Change The World

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What happens when you throw a bunch of startups, mentors, and wild college students on a boat for roughly four months? It’s never been done before, so nobody knows. But on January 9, 2013, the first experimental Unreasonable at Sea accelerator class will leave San Diego aboard Semester at Sea‘s...
Apply Now: Unreasonable At Sea To Embark On 100 Day Journey in 2013 To Change The World

An Australian billionaire is to build the Titanic II, an exact replica, in China. Seriously.

thenextweb.com
An Australian billionaire wants the legend of the Titanic to live on, so instead of raising it, he intends to build an exact replica of the ill-fated cruise-liner and will call it the Titanic II — setting sail in just over four years time. You honestly couldn’t make it up....
An Australian billionaire is to build the Titanic II, an exact replica, in China. Seriously.
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