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At its best, the on-line version of a newspaper should learn from the information I'm giving it -- what I've read, who I am and what I like -- to automatically send me stories and photos that will interest me. Then, Eric described how newspapers could make money using personalized advertising: Imagine a magazine online that knew everything about you, knew what you had read, allowed you to go deep into a subject and also showed you things... that are serendipit[ous] ... popular ... highly targetable ... [and] highly advertisable. Ultimately, money will be made. Finally, Eric claimed Google has a moral duty to help ...
demonstration was held in May 1979 in Washington D.C., when 65,000 people including the Governor of California, attended a march and rally against nuclear power . In New York City on September 23, 1979, almost 200,000 people attended a protest against nuclear power. Anti-nuclear power protests preceded the shutdown of the Shoreham , Yankee Rowe , Millstone I , Rancho Seco , Maine Yankee , and about a dozen other nuclear power plants. 2 On June 12, 1982, one million people demonstrated in New York City's Central Park against nuclear weapons and for an end to the cold war arms race . It was the largest anti-nuclear protest ...
Branding On The Cloud Is Part Business Part Mindset
Employees were asked to use their personal email addresses to petition against net neutrality. The internal memo ended up on the blogs and Twitter in minutes. Forcing your brand down your employees' throats is not particularly a smart idea. Is your brand ready for the cloud? This is not a question that many companies ask until their brand gets caught in a cloud storm. The storm is about the customers, partners, and suppliers discussing your products and brand in the public using social media, report problems using the SaaS tools, and engage into the conversations in ways that you never anticipated. Recently Seth Godin ... market research, surveys and trends
Blog Them Out of the Stone Age › Armed and Unarmed War – Pt 5
While viewing the film, “We Were Warriors,” the warlike character of the 1960 Nashville lunch counter sit-ins is hard to ignore (2000). Although James Lawson, the protest leader and organizer would no doubt vigorously deny it, his unarmed “warriors” met all but one of the Article 13 Geneva criteria. They did not carry “arms openly,” as warriors usually do. But, then, by definition, unarmed war means waging war without arms. Said differently, is the status and condition of being a warrior dependent solely upon carrying “arms openly?” Does any hunter or gang member who carries ... market research, surveys and trends


Pakistan, India Defense Budgets - A Wild Goose Chase
In April 2006, when India announced it was raising its defense budget by 7 percent to $20.1 billion, or less than 2.5 percent of its gross domestic product, Pakistan said it would amount to starting an arms race in the south Asian region. Instead of staying away from the arms race, Pakistan increased its defense budget for financial year 2007 by 12 percent to $4.1 billion, or more than 3 percent of its gross domestic product. So the arms race continues. The region of sub-continent, including bigger countries such as Pakistan and India, account for more than one-fifth of the world's population and almost one-sixth of the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Think Progress » Al Gore, NYU Law, 9/18/06
Thank you Paul and Jim for those kind introductions. I would especially like to thank our host, New York University and the President of the College John Sexton and the Dean of the Law School Richard Revesz. I am also grateful to our co-sponsors, the World Resources Institute and Set America Free. A few days ago, scientists announced alarming new evidence of the rapid melting of the perennial ice of the north polar cap, continuing a trend of the past several years that now confronts us with the prospect that human activities, if unchecked in the next decade, could destroy one of the earth’s principle mechanisms for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
EDITORIAL: National effort to rout terrorism
Prime Minister Gilani will convene a national conference this week in order to evolve a common strategy to rout religious extremism and terrorism. The leadership of all major political parties would be invited to attend the conference. Prime Minister Gilani took this initiative after a proposal was put forth by PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif. The prime minister will hold a meeting of provincial chief ministers and home ministers today ahead of the national conference on terrorism. While the prime minister and Mian Nawaz Sharif have come up with a good strategy in building a political consensus across the board on how to deal with ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
High Court Extends Gun Owners' Rights Nationwide
The U.S. Supreme Court wrapped up its term Monday with an emotional day marked by impassioned opinions, fiery dissents, sadness and even a little humor. Without doubt, the decision that attracted the most interest centered on gun rights. By a 5-4 vote, the court ruled that Americans have the right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live in the U.S. Monday's gun decision expands a similar ruling two years ago that struck down a ban on handguns in the District of Columbia. Because the nation's capital is a federal enclave, it had remained uncertain whether the individual right to bear arms would limit state and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A Technological Theory of the Arms Race
noteworthy developments of the digital era—the technological arms race. ..... See David Chang, Selling the Market-Driven Message: Commercial Television, ..... Finance Reform After McCain-Feingold: The More Speech-More Competition ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
President Obama Cairo, Egypt speech, Webchat Transcript, June 04 ...
U.S. Embassy Kabul: Moderator: (6/4/2009 13:31) You can submit your questions now. We will be online today at 03:30 pm to respond to the questions. Thanks! U.S. Embassy Kabul: (15:44) as -salaam wa aleikum!  welcome to everyone to the \american \embassy in Kabul.  Ambassador Eikenberry is in Kandahar today.  | am Deputy Ambassador, Francis Ricciardone.  All my Afghan and American colleagues here at the Embassy were together with you  just now in listening to President Obama's speech.  We are keen to hear your responses to it.  What do you think?  reza: (15:46) Dose Brak Obama accept ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Did the people in SA see Mugabe's speech to the UN last night ...
Didn't see the speech, but I ascertain from the answers here that he devolved into the expected blaming of whites for the thuggery and state sanctioned starvation he has sunk Zimbabwe into. The finger pointing at Bush is a transparent attempt at deflecting outrage at his evil regime. Bush had every right to invade Iraq, as ANY country has a right to invade Zimbabwe, as neither has the distinction of being a sovereign nation, merely a horde, presided over by sociopaths that will cling to power no matter how much of other peoples' blood is spilled. Sovereignty is a concept bestowed only on free nations, run by ...
What were Pope Urban II's political motivations for starting the ...
Muslim armies had conquered much of northern Africa, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and Spain, which had been some of the most heavily Christian areas in the world. Thousands, and possibly millions, of Christians died during this drive to eventually bring the entire world under Islam. The First Crusade was launched in 1095 by Pope Urban II to check the advance of the Muslims and regain control of the city of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. If this defensive war was not fought then we would probably all be Muslim today. I am sure that some atrocities were committed by individuals of both sides during this war but by most people's ...