Monthly Archives: March 2016

Projected World Fisheries Management Strategies

From the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (open access) — for detailed examination of the background data for this important study, download the article WITH Supplemental Informaiton at <http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/03/28/1520420113.full.pdf?with-ds=yes&gt; This is interesting, important stuff — wish I were … Continue reading

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Citizen Science: Tools for the Masses in the Digital Age

From the Washington Post — <https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/how-to-find-a-flying-squirrel-citizen-scientists-are-enlisted-to-help-scientists/2016/03/21/6c32ffd2-cb63-11e5-ae11-57b6aeab993f_story.html&gt; “Citizen Science” tools are the kind of projects that the new NatureTech.Solutions grant program will be looking to reward — stay tuned for details. . . . Health & Science How to find a … Continue reading

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Competitive Yoga?? This is just Wrong. . . .

from Racked <http://www.racked.com/2016/2/24/11054576/yoga-competition-olympics#6332049&gt; Champions of Zen Inside the controversial world of competitive yoga CHAVIE LIEBER Feb 24, 2016, 9:00a Photos by Cole Wilso, Picture this: a hundred people sitting around a boxing ring at a Brooklyn gym one snowy evening … Continue reading

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An Example: Caribbean “Priority” for Information Technology

But it should be understood that outsourcing is a meaningful alternative to building in-house capacity. Of course. And somehow there is no dollar cost associated with outsourcing. Or we could call it “mainstreaming.” from the CIVIC e-mail dGroup, quoting the … Continue reading

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The Wise Ass on a Hill Speaks

A note from Bruce Potter

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