Kara Ortiga
Kara Ortiga is a writer and the editor in chief of Supreme.
 
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How a minor car accident led the author to the path of Bitcoin: what it is, why it’s revolutionary, and how it can be abused.
 
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His children are children before they're ever social media stars.
 
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Never-before-seen photos from the cover story of Esquire's August 2017 issue.
 
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What it's like to be a sales, PR, marketing associate by day, and a label-loving, sexually adventurous hedonist by night.
 
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“I’m sure kids in traditional schools have lots of one-ups over our kids,” says Kiddo. “But I noticed that mine are very comfortable with people of all ages. They respect adults, but they also seem to treat them as equals."
 
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The Hue Hotel in Puerto Princesa grounds modern and eclectic design on the city’s cultural stories.
 
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"The friendship. That would be my greatest regret. I think that’s on me."
 
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The color says a lot about what's in your pint.
 
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Hacktivist movement Anonymous Philippines answers some of our questions about their work and online security.
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