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Falling out of the Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas is really rather good. For those who have read it (or even encountered it) nothing need be said of the temporal and generic expanse of the book, arcing through from colonial journeyman to post-apocalyptic ‘valleysmen’ via various points in its fictional world history. 1,032 more words

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Book Ten - Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel

Book Number: 10 of 52

Title: Station Eleven

Author: Emily St. John Mandel

Pages: 333

Year of Publication: 2014

Format: Kindle

Dates Read: February 25th – March 3rd… 763 more words


Exploring the Recurring Reincarnation Theme in Wachowski Films by Gari Hart

Every artist has their favorite motifs they apply to the bulk of their work: political or social struggles they perceive to be ongoing, or perhaps emotions they believe are at the root of all scenarios. 1,197 more words

Feature Issues

Cloud Atlas: RedOctober APT is back in style - Securelist

Cloud Atlas: RedOctober APT is back in style – Securelist

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In August 2014, some of our users observed targeted attacks with a variation of CVE-2012-0158 and an unusual set of malware. 371 more words

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Cloud Atlas (2012)
★★★ / ★★★★

Though just about anyone, from the most experienced critic to a casual moviegoer, can consider it a success or a failure, what cannot be denied is that “Cloud Atlas,” directed by Tom Tykwer, Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, has vision and it dares to ask us what we should expect from the movies as an art form and as a source of entertainment. 722 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

On Cloud Atlas

The Cloud Atlas Journal of Graham Edwards

Having unfortunately missed the opportunity to view the kinematographic entertainment appellated Cloud Atlas at my local magic lantern house upon its initial theatrical release, I was most gratified when my dear spouse, Mrs E, graciously presented me with a DVD edition of said motion picture as a Yuletide gift. 1,215 more words


“Mother used to say escape is never further than the nearest book.  Well, Mumsy, no, not really.  Your beloved large-print sagas of rags, riches and heartbreak were no camoflauge against the miseries trained on you by the tennis-ball launcher of life, were they?  

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