Monthly Archives: February 2011

Breaking News

There does not seem to be a time lag anymore. Time in fact has…disappeared. Middle East Protests: A Country by Country Look With links to social media BBC Live Reporting Al Jazeera Live Stream Remember how we watched the Iraq … Continue reading

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Wisconsin, Iraq

by Paul Krugman Here’s a thought: maybe Madison, Wis., isn’t Cairo after all. Maybe it’s Baghdad — specifically, Baghdad in 2003, when the Bush administration put Iraq under the rule of officials chosen for loyalty and political reliability rather than … Continue reading

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Freedom and the Internet

by Jillian York In early 2010, Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, gave a much-lauded speech on Internet freedom, promising to make online freedoms part of the “American brand”. At the time, most discussion surrounding the topic in mainstream media was … Continue reading

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Tweet, tweet….

So have you ever followed a Tweet on the ongoing revolution in Lybia and Gaddafi ? Or would you rather watch a life blog ? Or would you like to know whats going on in Bahrain ? Or maybe Algeria … Continue reading

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The Mountain and the Valley

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The Eye

The eye with which I see God is the same eye with which God sees me Meister Eckart (b 126o – d 1328)

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Just comic

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Breathing: you invisible poem

Breathing: you invisible poem! Complete interchange of your own essence with world-space. You counterweight in which I rhythmically happen. Single wave-motion whose gradual sea I am; you, most inclusive of all our possible seas- space grown warm. How many regions … Continue reading

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Strength and Elegance

My Pilates teacher told me about of this video. This is absolute perfection of a classic reformer exercise series. Joseph Pilates, a former boxer and self-defense trainer at Scotland Yard, was a  genius in terms of designing integrated, comprehensive system … Continue reading

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One day, One World…

Lybia protests and clashes A suicide bombing in Afgahnistan Unrest in Yemen A deadly attack on a Somali police station Pakistan hit by deadly drone strike Groundwater disappearing in China Bahrain protests continze Wisconsins Power Play Major Cyber attack in … Continue reading

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