Saturday, November 10, 2007
More Iraqi bloggers
Blogs from Iraq
Stratford Festival 1982 --Stratford Festival 1982 -- "The Mikado" Three Little Maids
Stratford Festival 1982--"The Mikado" Lord High Executioner
Stratford Festival 1982--"The Mikado" I Am So Proud
Friday, November 09, 2007
Gridskipper New York, the Urban Travel Guide
chic hotels, hot restaurants, sweet nightlife, and pretty people.
The Street - Stock Market News, Investing Advice, Stock Picks, and Quotes
The Housing Bubble Blog
Examining the home price boom and its effect on owners, lenders, regulators, real estate agents and the economy as a whole.http://thehousingbubbleblog.com/index.html
Mortgage Insider - OCRegister.com
Manhattan Real Estate: New York City Real Estate Tips
especially in Santa Monica ... available housing inventory,
highlights/lowlights, and the larger economy.
executive, with occasional assistance from a former bank officer and
mortgage lending specialist who is currently on extended medical leave
Deal Journal - WSJ.com
Wingsuite mountain swoop
The Fact Hub
Clinton fires up her own "fact hub" to fact-check what's said about her
Saying it wants to "set the record straight" whenever someone says something about her that aides think is wrong, the presidential campaign of Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has created a website it calls The Fact Hub.
Check there if you wish to see the Clinton camp's official responses to whatever controversy comes up next. Among the first things they've decided to address: What Sen. Barack Obama said most recently about Social Security; the real story about whether the campaign does or doesn't tip waitresses; and just what former president Clinton did say about "swift-boating."
BPS RESEARCH DIGEST: What's the most important psychology experiment that's Never been done...?
The MindFields College Blog
Featured Products - Home Furnishings - Unica Home
Don’t Throw Out Your Broken iPod; Fix It via the Web - New York Times
Don't Throw Out Your Broken iPod; Fix It via the Web
Customer Support, Products Repair, Manuals & Troubleshooting on Any Product
Thursday, November 08, 2007
These Naughty Gifts Don’t Clutter a Closet - New York Times
Main Page - Wikinews, the free news source
City Journal is the nation’s premier urban-policy magazine, “the Bible of the new urbanism,” as London’s Daily Telegraph puts it. During the Giuliani Administration, the magazine served as an idea factory as the then-mayor revivified New York City, quickly becoming, in the words of the New York Post, “the place where Rudy gets his ideas.” The Public Interest goes further, calling City Journal “the magazine that saved the city.”http://www.city-journal.org/
NewFoundations: Publishing and Consultancy - Education theories
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Stock Photography -- Search 2 Million Stock Photos, Stock Footage Video Clips, Royalty Free Images, and Illustrations
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
12 Best toys of 2007 - Eye-Clops (4) - CNNMoney.com
CBC.ca | The National | Archive | Arts | Lynn Johnston - The Artist at Work
US Elections - Times (U.K.) Online
Welcome to Across the Pond, a running commentary from The Times on the American elections.
Another blog? you ask. Another outpouring of cheap, stream-of-consciousness observations from another bunch of bar-room polemicists? Another screeching voice added to the deafening Babel of partisan prejudice, half-truths and sheer drivel that passes for so much political discussion on the web these days?
Well, yes and no. Call it a blog if you will. But we hope it won't answer to any of those adjectives.
The aim is to offer a Janus-like look at what is sure to be the most closely observed presidential election in history. For non-American readers, a lively daily guide and digest to the campaign and its implications for America and the world. For Americans, the outsider's perspective, a glimpse of what the rest of the world thinks about you as you choose your (and our) next leaders.
An outsider's perspective, yes, but a friendly and well-informed one. We hope Across the Pond will be wholly free of the usual stereotypes and clichés, wholly free of the perspective that ponders American politics as an anthropologist might ponder the ancient, hag-ridden rituals of some primitive people.
It will feature lively comment and pithy observations from our US-based reporters and commentators. But also, crucially, word from The Times's extensive network of reporters and commentators from around the world.
Monday, November 05, 2007
Audio Books, Podcasts and Video You Can Learn From - LearnOutLoud.com
Browse over 15,000 educational audio books, MP3 downloads, podcasts, and videos.
Sunday, November 04, 2007
Barack Obama on Saturday Night Live
MIT - video gateway
Apple - Education - iTunes U
iTunes U has arrived, giving higher education institutions an ingenious way to get audio and video content out to their students. Presentations, performances, lectures, demonstrations, debates, tours, archival footage — school is about to become even more inspiring.