by Sandra MurphyThis week we have yet another group of new fun mystery novels to...– Food, Tea, Cats & Kitchen Collectibles Mysteries For Your Reading Pleasure: Reviews/Giveaways
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I’m beginning to think I may have played in the NFL a few seasons back and just can’t remember it.
Twelve Books of 2012 « Book Snob →
Rachel of Book Snob. Always interesting selections!
Greg McKeown on a rarely discussed career mistake. →
“The slightly painful truth is, at any one time there is only one piece of real estate we can “own” in another person’s mind. People can’t think of us as a project manager, professor, attorney, insurance agent, editor and entrepreneur all at exactly the same time. They may all be true about us but people can only think of us as one thing first.”
Nate Silver and the Ascendance of Expertise →
Jay Rosen's assessment of quality media during the... →
#vetchat A new weekly Twitter chat from the Hero Project, happening every Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST, dedicated to military and veterans’ issues.
McKinsey Center for Government →
Thought leaders on innovating government for new times. Download the full PDF here. “To explore the approaches that governments around the world are taking to common problems, this anthology convenes political leaders and civil servants, economists and policy experts, generalists and specialists.”
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Digital Government: Building a 21st Century... →
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How can we tell when news stories about health and health care are helpful, accurate, unbiased, and well researched? Americans are awash in health and medical news stories every day, and…
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Image via Wikipedia “Brain Activity Patterns in Anxiety-Prone People Suggest Deficits in Handling Fear”—National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Erasing Osama - The New Yorker cover story →
“When Gürbüz Dogan Eksioglu woke up on Monday morning, in Istanbul, he turned on the TV news, as is his daily routine. As soon as he found out that American forces had killed …
The TWiT Netcast Network with Leo Laporte →
Five shows in, and already Mostly Photo is the best, most informative photo podcast I’ve seen. Lisa Bettany and Trey Ratcliffe are exceptional.
"What Is a Book? The Definition Continues to... →
Nice roundup article by Matthew Ingram at GigaOM!
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"How Local News Is Going Mobile"—Column Five →
Image by Getty Images via @daylife Thanks to Om Malik for bringing attention to Column Five’s graphic overview of how mobile we’re all becoming. Tablets like the iPad…