- Noah Kalina Photography
Noah Kalina is a photographer living and working in New York City. Graduate of the School of Visual Arts (NYC) BFA Photography 2003. Partial Client List Includes: Interview Magazine, New York Magazine, Alarm Magazine, RollingStone.com, CMJ, Time Out New York, Nerve.com, Brooklyn Inudstries, Neiman Marcus, America Online, Insound/DrillTeam, Activision and Connected Ventures. Also: Jen Bekman Hey Hot Shot Summer '05.
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- New Scientist Graduate for Science students and Postgraduates looking for their first job
Free science career site for scientific job seekers listing biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and academic biology & chemistry employment opportunities.
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Engadget Mobile: cellphone news and reviews from the editors of Engadget. Engadget is part of the Weblogs, Inc. Network, a network of more than 90 blogs.
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- Ground Effect
No nonsense cycle wear for hammering the single track or exploring the back country, designed and made entirely in New Zealand.
no nonsense mountainbike clothing for hammering the single track or exploring the back country, designed and made entirely in New Zealand.
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- inthemix | International News | Straight edge scenesters swamp New York
New York’s underground club scene is dominated by DJs and promoters who don’t take drugs or drink, the Village Voice reported this week, in a feature celebrating the rise of ‘New York Nightlife’s Sober Hipsters’.
New York's underground club scene is dominated by DJs and promoters who don't take drugs or drink, the Village Voice reported this week, in a feature celebrating the rise of 'New York Nightlife's Sober Hipsters'.
- New Economist
This macroeconomist, anonymous though he may be, produces a very well-written weblog for folks with at least a rudimentary understanding of economics. And since the world's changing economy touches just about everyone these days, a blog such as this becomes mandatory reading for even us ordinary folk.
New Economist blog - New economic research, commentary and analysis from a London-based economist
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