Ed­i­tor’s Note

Distinguished Magazine - - Editor’s Note -

Warm greet­ings from Roche­ston! This month, we are mix­ing things up a bit and div­ing into tech­nol­ogy. To­day, we see the world be­com­ing more aware of next ge­neer­a­tion tech­nolo­gies such as cy­ber­se­cu­rity, blockchain, IoT and the like. Be­gin­ning from this is­sue, we will ex­plore in­no­va­tions in home au­to­ma­tion, au­tonomous ve­hi­cles, how to prop­erly se­cure in­for­ma­tion and much more.

Amidst con­nois­seurs of Jazz mu­sic, and be­ing swept away by the soul­ful mu­sic is an ex­pe­ri­ence every pa­tron will un­der­stand and con­nect with. We re­view some of the best cities in the world, where one can ap­pre­ci­ate the beauty of jazz mu­sic.

The graphic novel, which is to­day a re­spectable form of art and lit­er­a­ture on a global scale, owes its ori­gins to Will Eis­ner- “The Fa­ther of Graphic Novel”. We take a closer look at his art. In our travel sec­tion, we jour­ney to the splen­dor and the beauty of the Great Hi­malayan Lakes and then to col­or­ful and vi­brant La Ha­vana.

Tak­ing a step back in time we re­visit the Bronte sis­ters in the most read and adored lit­er­ary clas­sic, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prej­u­dice.We re­dis­cover how the Aztecs pi­o­neered in­no­va­tion in mul­ti­ple spheres, and some of their dis­cov­er­ies and in­ven­tions are still used in the world to­day. For all those who love their beer, we have some­thing ex­cit­ing for you. In this edi­tion, we re­view the world’s most ex­pen­sive beers, which are defini­tively worth the guz­zle.

We hope the pack­age of ideas, ar­ti­cles and images will en­gage your read­ing ap­petite, and leave you crav­ing for more.

Re­gards

Sushma Rao Deputy Ed­i­tor, Fea­tures

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