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  • A Critic at Large: Booted: What really ails Italy? by Tim Parks April 11, 2011
    Anniversaries are uplifting when you have something to celebrate. A couple on the edge of divorce do not rejoice that their wedding anniversary is around the corner. Something of the same uneasiness surrounded the hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of the Italian state, on March 17th. As late as February, the government couldn’t decide whether the day should be declared a national holiday. The Northern League, a major party in the ruling coalition, complained about the loss of working hours; many of the League’s members have a separatist agenda and want to avoid a surge in national pride. The governor of South Tyrol
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  • Catching the Light
    Astrophotography News and Notes <<photo>>
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  • FON
    FON is the largest WiFi community in the world. Our members share their wireless Internet access at home and, in return, enjoy free WiFi wherever they find another Fonero’s Access Point. It all started as a simple idea. Why should you pay for Internet access on the go when you have already paid for it at home? Exactly, you shouldn’t. So we decided to help create a community of people who get more out of their connection through sharing. As the world of WiFi is growing, you can do more and more for free. For example soon we will launch the Skype FON - a cool WiFi handset that lets you make free Internet calls from any FON Access Point.
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  • How I’d Sink American Vogue
    Picture this: Anna Wintour has resigned. The sheer effort of keeping an immaculate bob and an unfeasibly large pair of sunglasses in place 24 hours a day has finally taken its toll. In a move that has shocked the fashion industry, American Vogue has appointed as her successor graphic-designer-turned-artist Scott King. For his first issue in charge, King decides that Vogue should have an anti-war theme. Oh, and it should also be free…
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  • How to Virtualize Your Workforce - wikiHow
    Enterprise Mobility: The ability for an enterprise to communicate with suppliers, partners, employees, assets, products, and customers irrespective of location. <<management>>
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  • How to Write Screenplays. Badly.

    Outrageously offensive parody of screenwriting advice from Jeremy Slater and Dan Whitehead.
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  • John Robb

    Skating to where the puck will be...
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  • La tentation du Tout
    Alors existe-t-il un moyen de quadriller le territoire à la fois plus complètement, plus précisément et avec moins d’efforts. La réponse est oui. Comment ? Grâce à certains outils et services d’ores et déjà disponibles qui permettent de ne plus rien perdre d’une session de surf et, plus globalement, de tout ce que l’on fait sur le web et qui, une fois réduit à sa plus simple expression, se trouve être une suite de clics (clickstream). Des clics comme autant de pas vers un objectif, pas en avant, de côté, de géant, en arrière parfois, mais pas qui tracent inexorablement des pistes inédites dans le web, nouveaux chemins qui se voient attribuer la valeur qu’on accorde à toute « carte au trésor »<<management>>
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  • LifeClever
    How to cure traffic jams» <<stigmergy>> <<cellular automata>> <<management>> The strategy is to simply maintain a large space in front of you instead of instinctively speeding up to close any gaps. It’s counter-intuitive, but according to his own experiments, it works. Here’s what he says: Traffic jams on highways are often triggered where two lanes must merge into one. Lanes of cars cannot merge if there are no large gaps between cars. Therefore, drivers who create large gaps between cars will ease this type of traffic jam.
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  • Netvouz blog - This is the official Netvouz blog
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  • Obsidian Wings: Wiki THIS
    Glenn Reynolds laments that he's been wiki'ed with a truly bizarre Wikipedia entry on Instapundit. "WIKIPEDIA, and its trustworthiness, has become a topic of considerable discussion," he writes. Indeed, it should be -- this whole Wiki-thang has been a bit Arthur 2 (i.e., "on the rocks") for a while. Eugene Volokh and Orin Kerr have been quite right in their criticisms (even though it seems that Volokh's Wikipedia entry is at least tentatively grounded in fact.) Moreover, adding to the confusion and potential for bias is the fact that you're able to write your own entry. The entry on LGF, for instance, was written by LGF's own Charles Johnson. [see Seigenthaler]
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  • Phone hacking, News International and operational disaster for News Corp by Guy Rundle | Crikey | 7 July 2011
    Back in the day, the analogue and offline day, when a plenitude of images did not circulate, one of the most vital jobs in the newspaper industry was that of the “picture-snatcher”?—?the reporter, often a cub/cadet, who would accompany a senior colleague to the house of a grieving widow whose family member had just been trampled by a horse/died of dropsy/ etc, and, while the bereaved was being engaged in conversation, snatch a picture of the decedent from the mantelpiece, and then sprint back to the office with it.
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  • Platform Wars: TCP/IP vs. the Dollar
    Donna Bogatin : � Social Web or Business Web: where is the money? Naturally, people are fascinated by this question of "where's the money?" But it's the wrong question. The more interesting one is "why the money"? And it's still gonna take us a long time to get our heads around that. But that's what we're all gonna be asking at some point. The more effective the internet and the web are at helping us communicate and co-ordinate, the less money will be involved. Because ultimately the economy is a communication network and money is its protocol The network is not the means to the end of money.
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  • PressThink: Retreat from Empiricism: On Ron Suskind's Scoop
    Even realism has an obligation to be realistic. — George Packer. [...]Which is a perfect example of what Bill Keller and others at the New York Times call an intellectual scoop. (“When you can look at all the dots everyone can look at, and be the first to connect them in a meaningful and convincing way…”) Over the last three years, and ever since the adventure in Iraq began, Americans have seen spectacular failures of intelligence, spectacular collapses in the press, spectacular breakdowns in the reality-checks built into government, including the evaporation of oversight in Congress, and the by-passing of the National Security Council, which was created to prevent exactly these events.
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  • Primidi
    Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends How new technologies are modifying our way of life
    How new technologies are modifying our way of life
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  • Sentient Developments: Astrosociobiology article on Wikipedia deleted
    Astrosociobiology Astrosociobiology (also referred to as exosociobiology, extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI), and xenosociology) is the speculative scientific study of extraterrestrial civilizations and their possible social characteristics and developmental tendencies. The field involves the convergence of astrobiology, sociobiology and evolutionary biology. Hypothesized comparisons between human civilizations and those of extraterrestrials are frequently posited, placing the human situation in the same context as other extraterrestrial intelligences. Whenever possible, astrosociobiologists describe only those social characteristics that are thought to be common (or highly probable) to all civilizations. Since no extraterrestrial civilizations have ever b
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  • SoDoItYourself
    The Hard disk Speaker» Did you know you could build a speaker out of your old hard drive? Well as a matter of fact, a harddrive uses the same technology for its arm as a traditional loudspeaker. Just apply the right waveform and it will produce sound.
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  • Sparth
    Welcome to Sparth construct, a site dedicated to the art of Sparth, an online portfolio composed of illustrations, concepts, and sketches. All informations concerning the artist can be found in the biography page below, where you will also have a complete bibliography, production lists, and press reviews. All artworks are available in the gallery section. Regular news and information updates are also available on the construct's blog. Have a good visit.
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