From the daily archives: Monday, February 28, 2011

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Rainy Monday, i woke to a spray painted dick on the window of the car (not even a good drawing) and got my first parking ticket at 1:20, then another one in another town…… Recycled NY TImes coffee mug—–spilled Monday nytimes newspaperness. Tweet

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\ Andrea Schwartz-Feit, 2/28/2011, Trickle Up Economics I’m voting for Trickle Up Economics. Enough about public employees and their benefits, enough about overpaid teachers. Enough about cutting collective bargaining rights. Enough punishing the victims already. Supply side economics, trickle down economics work really well for the CEOs, consultants, insurance companies, big banks and their bankers. […]

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This illustration is the final illustration for February. I really enjoyed being part of this project for this month and it is a great experience creating those daily illustrations based on a variety of articles. The image is based on the following article. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/feb/28/fairtrade-sales-rise-despite-recession?INTCMP=SRCH Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet

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The Cuckoo Clock: featuring an oak leaf motif, a male dear without his adult antlers, and movie star hands. Photo of Michelle Obama by Platt/Getty Photo of Sarah Palin by Ruttle/AP Photo of Greg Kinnear & Sara Jessica Parker by Christopher Peterson/buzzfoto.com Tweet

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Mapping Success and Happiness in Section A news: A1 Behind a Rise in Auto Sales, Easier Credit quote: Detroit is crowing that the auto industry is back, but so far, at least, it is a success story built as much on reveal in lending as on the development of desirable cars. A2: A Gymnast Rises […]

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Thank you Maya and everyone who follow my work on 365 dop. Tweet

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“…there is much room for the imagination, and that’s a fine thing.” An article in The New York Times today talks about a performance filled with “magical explorations,” including movement, light and sound. “Bicycle wheels dotted the landscape like trees, and the setting, somehow a mixture of icy and playful, was like an industrial forest […]

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