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What explains the high turnover? For one thing, every day new legal blogs are started, and some existing blogs—including some that appeared on last year’s list—cease to be updated regularly. Plus, some of the upstart blogs are just plain better than some that made the cut last year. This year, blogs that aren’t updated at least weekly—no matter how interesting—often didn’t make the grade. We put a premium on blogs that broke news in 2008, or were among the first to provide trenchant analysis of one or more breaking legal news stories. We also gave props to bloggers who made the most of ...
The creator behind Apple's comeback
Working in the background behind Apple chief executive Steve Jobs is Jonathan Ive, the man whose design signature is writ large on the iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad. Like all great artists, Jonathan Ive's signature can be found on his work. Sort of. It's almost invisible, undetectable. But it's there, etched at the base of the reverse side of every one of Apple Inc.'s iPods, iPhones and iPads: "Designed by Apple in California." It's a simple statement to place on a technology product - alongside the obligatory "Assembled in China" - but it speaks volumes about the emphasis Apple places ... market research, surveys and trends
Employment Blog Sensitivity: Ada Blog Perfume
and here is the link: http://nofun-eva.blogspot .com/2009/07/mcs-naked-alemania.html 2010 3 15 100000 $ of the city ... and the smell of sensitivity in the workplace. [and the use of scented candles], and samples of perfume in magazines, and readers of the magazine there are blogs legal-called father after the fourth and best 0.2009 on and this is the case with any kind of perspective from a blogger of perfume only a limited view of the internal to the industry. August 31, 2007 Posted blog: 17:27 and so on. Willingham Fall dear. told me that the way only for management of and my sensitivity perfumes and avoidance. January 29, ... market research, surveys and trends


Facebook ownership lawsuit hits court | Legal Post | Financial Post
Paul Ceglia, the western New York man who says a 2003 contract with Facebook Inc. founder Mark Zuckerberg entitles him to 84 percent of the company, will have to answer a critical question to pursue his claim, lawyers said. “The first thing that comes to mind is, where have you been all this time?” asked Los Angeles litigator Bryan Freedman, who isn’t involved in the case. Ceglia, of Wellsville, New York, filed a sworn complaint in New York state court on June 30 against Facebook and Zuckerberg, its chief executive officer. Attached to the complaint was a copy of the two-page “work for hire” contract that Ceglia claims entitles ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
She diverted the money into her account and awarded herself a pay rise after becoming obsessed with bingo and slot machines, blowing up to �500 a day, Liverpool Crown Court heard. Sudworth was practice manager at Worsley Mesnes Health Centre in Wigan, responsible for paying invoices, the payroll and the surgery's bank account. By the time her thefts were uncovered, the surgery had been left unable to pay its bills and was facing the threat of closure. She spent some of the money on the  �180,000 house in Appley Bridge, Wigan, which she shares with her husband and three children aged 15 to eight. On ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FP Letters: Money trail gets fishy
Terence Corcoran’s column about some of the science around the farming of salmon in British Columbia hit a nerve with a few people, some of whom wrote the Post to offer further comment. The letter co-written by Dr. Brian Riddell is as interesting for both its reference to the results of scientific research and commentary he has personally authored as it is for its reference to research that does not yet exist. I am referring to the plan developed through collaborative research in the Broughton Archipelago, which is attributed to proving that sea lice were the primary source of infection to wild fish. While we welcome the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Sometimes in Washington, the bar is set pretty high. On the third day of her confirmation hearing, Elena Kagan was grilled by Lindsey Graham about her abortion views, chided by Arlen Specter for side-stepping questions and quizzed by Amy Klobuchar about the "Twilight" series. And sometimes the bar just...sits there: Nevada's Sharron Angle remains a viable candidate today despite having to clarify her views on whether shooting the Senate majority leader is bad and why all those obnoxious unemployed people are such snobs. This is HUFFPOST HILL for Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 : WALL STREET REFORM ON COURSE TO PASS HOUSE market trends, news research and surveys resources


FP - Psychology of Interrogations and Confessions
interrogation, including a post-admission narrative in which the suspect supplies ... Based on my review of the psychological and legal literature and on my ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The aerosol man
Stephen Schwartz knows as much about the effects of aerosols on climate change as anyone in the world, and he's worried. He believes climate change is so massive an economic issue that we face costs "in the trillions if not quadrillions of dollars." He thinks a Herculean effort and great sacrifice is required to get the world down to zero net increase in carbon dioxide concentrations, an effort he compares to that which the Allies undertook in their all-out war against Nazi Germany and Japan. "Recall World War II, where everyone was making a sacrifice: gas rationing, tire rationing, no new car production, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Biography of Malcolm Kerr
Born in 1931 in Beirut, Lebanon, Malcolm Kerr was both a child of and a student of the Middle East. His American parents had gone to Turkey in 1919 to work with the Near East Relief and eventually went to teach at the American University of Beirut.   Malcolm was raised on the AUB campus on the terraced bluffs above the Mediterranean. His earliest memories of Lebanon were formed in the pre-World War II days of the French Mandate before the establishment of the state of Israel and the full flowering of pan-Arab nationalism.   His family life and his ...
Google Answers: FMG Post-Scramble Residency Positions - Georgia
I have a friend who is an FMG and graduates in May '06. He participated in the Match and Scramble, both unsuccessfully, and is now searching daily for open positions. He scored above 200 on both Step 1 and Step 2 CK, and passed Step 2 CS. He also has great letters of recommendation. His one weakness, I suspect, is his CV and resume due to language difficulties (English is his 3rd language). He would like to specialize in Family Practice or OB. His mounting frustration/depression are the impetus for the following questions: what strategies or resources are available for my friend to increase his odds of locating a ...
WikiAnswers - What does post mean in crochet
The word "post" in crochet is referring to the whole stitch--generally a "tall" stitch (such as a double crochet, triple crochet, etc). The reason the instructions refer to the stitch in the row below, is so the crocheter understands that you are to stitch around the stitch below--the "post" of the stitch. Otherwise, if the instructions stated that you were to double crochet the next stitch, you would understand that you would be double crocheting into the top of the stitch below, versus crochet around the length of the stitch. You also notice that the instructions will say to "back post double ...