Saturday, January 31, 2009

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News on Technology, Current Business News, Money News


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MashGet - Related News, Videos, Tweets, Photos

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Career Management News, Job Hunting Advice & Salary News at The Wall Street

Friday, January 30, 2009


Dating A Banker Anonymous

Dating A Banker Anonymous

Are you or someone you love dating a banker? If so, we are here to support you through these difficult times. Dating A Banker Anonymous (DABA) is a safe place where women can come together – free from the scrutiny of feminists– and share their tearful tales of how the mortgage meltdown has affected their relationships. DABA Girls was started by two best friends whose relationships tanked with the economy. Not knowing what else to do, we did what frustrated but articulate girls have done since the beginning of time - we started a blog. So if your monthly Bergdorf's allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared from your life, lighten your heart with laughter and email your stories to Warning all stories sent will be infused with our own special brand of DABA Girl humor.


Amazon's Amapedia

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By submitting information about your favorite products you will be joining a community where people freely share their knowledge and give their opinions and advice. You are able to read about the latest and best products in the market today from the viewpoint of real people who purchased the products you are interested in.


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Australian Open Tennis Championships 2009 - The Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific


Guinea Pig Zero: A Journal for Human Research Subjects - Homepage

Guinea Pig Zero is an occupational jobzine for people who are used as medical or pharmaceutical research subjects. Its various sections are devoted to bioethics, historical facts, current news and research, evaluations of particular research facilities by volunteers, true stories of guinea pig adventure, reviews, poetry and fiction relating to the disposability of plebeian life. The journal will be useful to human guinea pigs while being informative to a general readership. Ethical questions related to human research are the property of human research subjects. The zine's title is loosely derived from the term "patient zero," which named an early AIDS victim whose behavior became a wild card in the efforts by doctors to control the epidemic. More benevolently, this journal keeps in mind that we volunteers can and should maintain an awareness and a will, because if we do not, we will fall victim to the evil uses devised for us by scientists who forget that we and they are of the same species.


NPR: Political Junkie - Ken Rudin

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


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What's the most environmentally friendly television? - By Nina Shen Rastogi - Slate Magazine

I'm thinking of getting a big, new flat-screen TV so that my friends and I can watch the Steelers pummel the Cardinals in this Sunday's Super Bowl. But then I read that the EU wants to ban big plasma televisions because they drain so much energy. How do I choose a TV that won't kill the planet?


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Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 81st Annual Academy Awards



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Monday, January 26, 2009


The real Slumdog Millionaires | Mail Online

The real Slumdog Millionaires: Behind the cinema fantasy, mafia gangs are deliberately crippling children for profit


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Inside the ingenious soccer hoax that fooled the British sports press. - By Brian Phillips - Slate Magazine


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Sunday, January 25, 2009


::HorsePigCow:: marketing uncommon -- a blog by Tara Hunt

Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and raised in small town Alberta, Sundre [on a farm] [with cows], I am the least likely city girl you will ever meet. Yet, the bigger, the smellier, the more crowded the city, the happier I am. I prefer city scapes to mountain views and I think the most beautiful thing in the world is old, slightly broken down city architecture.

I currently live in San Francisco, California. The couple of years have been incredibly exciting for me. I was in Toronto, minding my own business (literally, with Rogue Strategies - now forwarding here) and writing on this blog, when I was 'drafted' to come to SF to join an exciting stealth startup called Ojos, which became Riya, who has just launched a great new product called, Like. I left Riya in May of 2006 to pursue my own business, Citizen Agency, launched in June of 2006. We moved into our new offices (also a coworking space) in November 2006.

Although I spend a good deal of time railing against marketing and consumerism, I am by profession an Online Marketing professional and, well, a consumer to the nth degree. You can ask anyone who knows me. I think these three personalities can meet in the middle, though, and I think that makes me more effective. I think about the consumer…the person, the living, breathing, thinking, feeling being that is out there looking for good ways to spend her hard-earned money. I have never believed in mass anything, because people are individuals and not 'targets'. People don't buy brands, they buy hope, stories, memories, necessities, etc.

Take off your marketing hat and put on your regular every-day person who has some money in your pocket (i.e. consumer) hat and you'll see what I mean, but remember that we all have different experiences, memories, desires and needs.

I specialize in community marketing, which isn't 'building communities', but rather, delighting and enchanting those people already part of your community - through product, communication and experience. We only take on clients and products I believe in, although I am the first to admit being a total marketing whore in the past.


Strange Systems

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TED: Ideas worth spreading


Confessions of a TED Addict


TEDISSIMO: At a TED conference, 80 speeches are given over four days. On your own, you can savor a choice few — or binge on way, way more. To get started, consider four sleeper favorites of the TED staff, all available at or on iTunes: Wade Davis (2003), Majora Carter (2006), Sir Ken Robinson (2006) and Hans Rosling (2006). The site is set up to let you run into other talks you'll like.

SUPERFANS: Bloggers like to discuss which TED talks are the best, and their idiosyncratic lists are often more interesting than the "most popular" on the site. Nam-ho Park has a good list on as does Tara Hunt at The TED group on Facebook is another place to discuss the talks.

DE-TED: If you have been reading Tony Robbins or watching TED talks or otherwise getting way too psyched, it might be time for Moments of Rest, David Beardsley's tranquillity blog. Nearly every day Beardsley posts a short film of — nothing. Everything. Nature. "It's not about registering, rating, reacting or ranting," he writes. "It exists to give you a moment of stillness each day."


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