Monthly Archives: September 2009

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Stumbleupon Review of : It's Fun To Be A Fundamentalist CC© Curtis Gregory Perry This study's uniquely broad based comparison of socioeconomic conditions in the most prosperous democracies confirms that they vary widely among these nations, and that the … Continue reading

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Crap Detection

Stumbleupon Review of : Shermer's Boundary Detection Kit How reliable is the source of the claim? Has the source often made similar claims? Have the claims been verified by another source? How does this fit with what we know … Continue reading

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Pivotal Tracker – Free Lightweight Agile Project…

Stumbleupon Review of : Luvly Jubbly. A project management system you don't have to spend more time on than the actual projects you are tracking. It has a pretty much flat initial learning curve (see the short intro screencast) … Continue reading

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Stumbleupon Review of : Unbrand America CC© Ende The net (whether we're talking Web 2.0, Wikipedia, social networks or laptops) offers people the opportunity to build economies based on different rules — commerce that exists outside the economic map … Continue reading

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Facebook and MySpace Users Are Clearly Divided Along…

Stumbleupon Review of : © Big Fat Rat One way of thinking about the transition from MySpace to Facebook is through the frame of fashion cycles and fads. MySpace was first; arguably, some people got sick of it and, … Continue reading

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Advice to a Prophet by Richard Wilbur

Stumbleupon Review of : When you come, as you soon must, to the streets of our city, Mad-eyed from stating the obvious, Not proclaiming our fall but begging us In God's name to have self-pity, Spare us all word … Continue reading

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Boston Review & Noam Chomsky: Crisis and Hope

Stumbleupon Review of : Warnings about the purposeful destruction of U.S. productive capacity have been familiar for decades and perhaps sounded most prominently by the late Seymour Melman. Melman also pointed to a sensible way to reverse the process. … Continue reading

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Kuchh Kook Hota Hai – Keema Cauliflower

Stumbleupon Review of : [youtube][/youtube] Keema Cauliflower recipe. First, take six ounces of bollyfunk, dance it well. And to drink…

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