Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on Oxfam Wilmslow:
Back in the days when you draped an Arctic Fox around your shoulders for an evening out and travelled to town in a Ford Consul De-Luxe, The Opera House Manchester had a host of stars…

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Originally posted on TED Blog:
Photo: James Duncan Davidson Saskia Sassen thinks deeply about the world’s cities, and she’s on the TED stage to share some of her provocative theories about how we should think about urbanizing technology, that pervasive…

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Originally posted on Made in Mississippi:
First off, just what the hell is a gizzard? Since humans have livers, we know what they are and what they do, but gizzards aren’t something a 3rd year medical student has to deal…

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Originally posted on misebogland:
BRASILIA, Brazil — Brazilian farmer groups oppose a contract that Monsanto Co., the world’s biggest seed company, is offering farmers to end a dispute over royalty payments on its genetically modified soybean seeds. Monsanto is trying…

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Originally posted on Will of the Free:
      The minute Whorf starts talking about the Hopi language I am captivated. Or should I say, Whorf talks about the Hopi language and I am captivated? In order to remove all references…

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Originally posted on CAFOD blog:
CAFOD Campaigns Manager Eilidh Macpherson (left) leading a Hungry for change workshop Eilidh talks about her experiences of campaigning for Fairtrade and how, IF we all play our own part, we too can make a…

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Originally posted on #CreativeResourcesBD:
  Thanks to Big Pix, Samba celebration photos can be enjoyed in full screen mode using HTML5. Unfortunately HTML5 is not yet fully functional on Chrome or Internet Explorer. For the best viewing of real-time full…

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