Monthly Archives: January 2010

Bin Laden’s Legacy: Terrorists hurt America most by making it close its borders

from Lexington’s column in The Economist, January 14th at http://www.economist.com/world/unitedstates/displaystory.cfm?story_id=15270716%5B . . . as the husband of a woman who walked out of The World Trade Center 10 minutes before it collapsed, I ag… Continue reading

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Jost van Dykes Preservation Society Releases JVD Environmental Profile

—– Forwarded Message —- From: Susan Zaluski To: Sent: Wed, January 20, 2010 4:04:24 PMSubject: Jost Van Dyke, BVI January 2010 Newsletter and Environmental ProfileDear All: Attached please find our January 2010 edition of the JVD Green Newsle… Continue reading

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Coral Reef Stars – a gorgeous book of reef photos by Caroline S. Rogers

This is taken from page 12 of Coral Reef Stars by Dr. Rogers . . . Squid are one of the stars of the Coral Reef Stars book — it’s available for only $25.00 plus shipping — a steal for some of the best marine photos I’ve ever seen. Write to Continue reading

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How to Report (AND READ) complex science stories. . . .

From Andrew Revkin’s NYTimes environment blog –http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/13/climate-whiplash-in-the-greenhouse/ Kenneth Caldeira, a climate researcher for the Carnegie Institution and Stanford University, criticized a British news… Continue reading

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Preliminary GIS links from the Caribbean GIS blog by Vijay —

at the url — http://caribbean-gis.blogspot.com/2010/01/earthquake-in-haiti-via-georss-feed.html Caribbean GIS Geographic Information Systems/ Science (GIS), and its application in and around the Caribbean. Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Earthquake i… Continue reading

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Bring Sunlight to Annapolis. . . .

Sunlight in the Year Ahead For almost four years, the Sunlight Foundation has used cutting-edge technology and ideas to make government more transparent and accountable. Now, to really take things to the next level we are going to be launching a n… Continue reading

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Mobile Technology Tools . . . .

Recommended –Ken Banks blog on KWANJA.NET, a developer of mobile technology tools for development from http://www.kiwanja.net/blog/about-kiwanjanet/ About kiwanja.net 0tweetstweet Since 2003, kiwanja.net has been helping empower local, national a… Continue reading

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