From the daily archives: Tuesday, January 18, 2011

“Citizens and martyrs, the government is still the same.  We will protest until the government collapses!” Tweet more!

“In Afghanistan, Insurgents Let Bombs Do the Fighting” – NY Times, January 18, 2011 Tweet more!

Day 18 Bloody Theatre. The Latest Test of Stability in Haiti. Week 3: Stick with the program. Repeat rules from Week 1+2. Week 2 Rules: Repeat rules from Week 1. Week 1 Rules: Manipulate front page image. Document with iphone. Tweet more!

Roles for women: Too Sweet Study finds many female film characters still just eye candy “Disney’s Tinker Bell cartoon character wasn’t part of the study, but observers have long wondered if the pixie’s tight-fitting skirts were too short on her hourglass figure.” Tweet more!

This is a photo of a man protesting the newly formed government in Tunisia. There is a revolution going on over there, pretty important for those people. I decided to tatoo and surround him with not so important things in the newspaper except for the balloons, they were part of a ceremony in Tuscon. more!

Buried deep in the article Makeshift Memorials Pop up in Tucson it says that Christina Green’s eyes were donated and saved the eyesight of two children. Tweet more!

Curious about the note of pride expressed by those who rise before 5am to collect, read and digest the news for political power-brokers. And I thought, who reads the news for you?  I get my first taste on my phone and email from Mike Allen’s playbook.  Although today, the first story I read was about […] more!

I think mathematics is an elegant language that explains so much about all of us and nature – from our internal organs to the arrangement of flower petals. But it isn’t really taught that way and so I found this article about mathemusician Vi Hart, Bending and Stretching Classroom Lessons to Make Math Inspire really […] more!

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