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After hotly contested elections in the UK, France, and the Netherlands, the calendar is primed for the biggest electoral event of the fall: Germany’s parliamentary elections, to be held this Sunday, 24 September. According to current polls, which has the Christian Democratic Union / Christian Social Union at 36% support and at least 12% ahead … Continue reading German Elections and Language Accuracy
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Tomorrow, the world will observe the International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day. First celebrated in 1982, declared by the United Nations as a day to be devoted to commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace, with the date of 21st September officially adopted in 2001 with a resolution of the … Continue reading International Day of Peace
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The exchange of goods, services, and produce between individuals started without the existence of money or any standard of value at all. Early men traded through a traditional barter system where one party had and wanted what the other had and wanted, to later expand to indirect barter where a third party was involved either … Continue reading Evolution of Payments – from Direct Barter, through Banknotes, to Blockchain
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The first purchase to be arranged online long predates the Internet and comes days after the first email ever sent. In 1971, the first person-to-person email was sent out on the ARPANET system, shortly followed by an email exchanged between computer science students at Stanford and MIT, agreeing on a meeting place to sell and … Continue reading Online Shopping
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