From the daily archives: Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The third in the time piece series helps me keep the rhythm of the night. This is the rythim of my life. Amid all the chaos that seems to be the top headlines of news networks today, rhythm somehow seems to be comforting for me.  A tool to focus my mind while it is with those who […]

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“We all know the spy-versus-spy games, we all know it works in the shadows,” the official [close to Pakistan's ISI] said, “but you don’t get caught, and you don’t get caught committing murders.” Tweet

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“For Pepsi, a Business Decision with Social Benefit” A new venture by PepsiCo enables small farmers in San Gabriel, Mexico to sell their corn directly to PepsiCo, which guarantees the price it will pay for the crops upfront. “The deal enables the small farmers to secure credit to buy seeds and fertilizers, crop insurance and […]

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In Libya, a despot’s defiance Colonel Muammar Gaddafi last night warned Libya’s growing opposition that he would rather die as a martyr than leave the country he has ruled for more than 40 years, setting the stage for a brutal conclusion to a conflict that has grown bloodier by the day. In a rambling address […]

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An article today on the Guardian was about how millions of patients have been told that they had high blood pressure a fact that seems to be wrong. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/feb/22/blood-pressure-testing-overhaul Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet

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