Saturday, April 04, 2009
Newser - Current News - Breaking Stories
Face it: there's too much news. At Newser, we choose the most important stories from hundreds of US and international sources and reduce them to a headline, picture, and two paragraphs. And we do it 24/7—you can come back morning, noon, night (and in between) for something new that matters. Read less, know more.
Friday, April 03, 2009
Khachaturian - Sabre dance
Jossip - The gossip's gossip sheet - Insider media and celebrity industry gossip
Keegy - news
How does Keegy work?
1. The robot spider KeegyBot goes through the selected 2.0 information sources (mainly blogs).
2. Users in each location interact with the site anonymously generating interaction statistics for each City / Country.
3. An artificial intelligence algorithm analyzes the behavior and ranks the posts for their positioning according to the updated local preferences for each region.
regator.com - a bite of the blogosphere's best
Cityfile: New York
The First Post (UK): News, current affairs, sport, entertainment, life and the arts
Thursday, April 02, 2009
YouTube - massageceu's Channel
Wednesday, April 01, 2009
Comic Strip Archive
Thanks for visiting my site. I've had this site up and running for a while, and I started it primarily as an easy way for me to catch up on the storylines of some comics I had missed after they got canceled from my local newspaper. After a few months, I realized that I was getting hundreds of new visitors a day, so I guess I'm not the only one looking for comic archives.
Later on, I figured it would be fun to add a bit of commentary, so that's what the blog is for.
Microkhan by Brendan I. Koerner
Name Brendan I. Koerner
Interests Sri Lanka, electric power transmission, Polynesian footballers, minor characters from The Iliad, primate sociobiology, user interface design, Canadian whiskey, the history of cholera, low-grade animatronic robots, Naga anthropology, cult dynamics, ruby thieves, the Pyongyang Metro, the techniques of master pickpockets, bush flying in the Alaskan tundra, anti-poaching technology, spaceports, etc.
Why Microkhan? As a daily balm for my information addiction. Please see the debut post for a more expansive mission statement.
Ta-Nehisi Coates blog - The Atlantic
RGE Monitor delivers ahead-of-the-curve global economic insights that financial professionals need to know. Our analysts define the key economic and geostrategic debates and continuously distill the best thinking on all sides. This intelligence, along with exclusive analysis from internationally-known experts, is accessed through a powerful Web interface that provides both focused snapshots and deeper perspectives. Whether you are establishing direction, executing transactions, influencing decisions or performing in-depth research, RGE Monitor is your essential resource.
The Baseline Scenario
"One of the most informative news sites in the blogosphere." — Bill Moyers
"A must read." — Paul Krugman
"A terrific primer on the financial crisis." — Arianna Huffington
"Essential reading for crisis buffs." — Justin Fox, Time Magazine
The Baseline Scenario is dedicated to explaining some of the key issues in the global economy and developing concrete policy proposals. Since it was launched in September 2008, this blog has been cited by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal (Real Time Economics), The Economist (Free Exchange), The Financial Times, Time Magazine, NPR (Planet Money), and many other sites around the Internet. The authors of the blog have also published articles in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, and the online editions of The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The Economist, The New Republic, The Guardian, Forbes, Bloomberg, and Reuters. The blog was the subject of an interview with Simon Johnson in The Wall Street Journal and an article in Economic Principals. Content from The Baseline Scenario is currently republished by Seeking Alpha, Talking Points Memo Cafe, RGE Monitor, and Vox.
We believe that everyone should be able to understand how the financial crisis came about, what it means for all of us, and what our options are for getting out of it. Unfortunately, the vast majority of all writing about the crisis - including this blog - assumes some familiarity with the world of mortgage-backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, credit default swaps, and so on. You've probably heard dozens of journalists use these terms without explaining what they mean. If you're confused, this page is for you. Over time, we will be adding more explanations and more links to external sources, so check back for updates. (Some of the explanations on this page are simplified and not 100% accurate; their goal is to explain the key concepts to a general audience.)
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Kevin Gets Green - How I Make $5,000 a Month Posting Links on Google
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