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- Blackburn and Boustany Come Crying to Hannity About How They Were Treated at the Health Care Summit –
- SR-71A Flight Manual –
- The Data Deluge –
- 4 Ways To Explore The Voice Mail Features In Google Voice –
- We’ve had a few requests for a tattoo chart. So, here it… –
- The Body Eclectic –
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- The US Income Gap –
- Olympic Pictograms –
- The State of the Internet –
- Sea Levels –
- mind the information gap –
- Citation Research: The Hottest Research of 2009 –
Age distribution on social networking…–
- Glenn Beck’s eliminationist attacks on progressives: How long before someone acts on this violent rhetoric? –
- Students affected by hints of their demise –
- Berkshire Hathaway Letter to Shareholders –
- Left-Right Populism, Part 1 –
- Pelosi Welcomes Tea Partiers To Join Progressives In Fighting Against Special Interests –
- The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online – Now we're trying the same trick with collaborative social technology, applying digital socialism to a growing list of wishes—and occasionally to problems that the free market couldn't solve—to see if it works. So far, the results have been startling. At nearly every turn, the power of sharing, cooperation, collaboration, openness, free pricing, and transparency has proven to be more practical than we capitalists thought possible. Each time we try it, we find that the power of the new socialism is bigger than we imagined.
We underestimate the power of our tools to reshape our minds. Did we really believe we could collaboratively build and inhabit virtual worlds all day, every day, and not have it affect our perspective? The force of online socialism is growing. Its dynamic is spreading beyond electrons—perhaps into elections.