The Siege of Aleppo, #aleppo and Syria’s Anne Frank

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  1. idouche says:

    Excellent article bud. When you work as a marketer you slowly start to realize how manipulated your information is. Almost everything is a product placement for something

    • Yudhanjaya Wijeratne says:

      Just saw this.
      Agreed. I realized all the tech sites I used to visit are now barely palatable…where I once thought they were digging out cool gadgets and stuff, now all I see is advertorial, advertorial, paid ad.

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