Monthly Archives: December 2010

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2010: A Year In Review

It is not easy reviewing a year’s worth of news in a few sentences. But, when it comes to intrigue, suffering, over-reaction, absurdity, power-politics, hope in the depths of the earth and even a bit of well-orchestrated footy-fun, 2010 has had … Continue reading

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The Terror Of L And R

It’s tough for Japanese to pronounce L and R, isn’t it? If your response is, “Well, not really,” you must either be a super fluent speaker of English or a person who has lived abroad in your childhood. Otherwise, it’s … Continue reading

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Sisyphus On Facebook

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Ex-Googler Helps Users Disconnect From The Social Web

In October, Google engineer Brian Kennish debuted Facebook Disconnect, a Chrome extension that wipes out virtually all evidence of Facebook from your Web experience. Since then, Kennish has quit his job with Google to focus entirely on Disconnect, another extension … Continue reading

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Why Businesses Can't Stand Free Markets

For almost two decades, the monks of St. Joseph Abbey in Covington, Louisiana, supported themselves by making and selling unadorned handmade pine and cypress caskets. But if embalmers and funeral directors in the state of Louisiana have their way, the … Continue reading

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The Digital Dump

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