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Lift Off to Fame - Future Bottleneck?

Reading Starting From Zero by David Gaughran prompted me to think about the changing nature of the skill set required by a creative to reach his/her audience in the crowded modern scene. 217 more words

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Lisa Gawlas - Looking Back As We Move Forward! - 30 August 2014

Thank goodness, one more day and we close the door to August.  For me personally, it has been the roughest of months this whole year.  However, as I look back on all the months this year, for the majority of them, I was glad to see them go.   1,162 more words

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Laura Bruno - Garden Update: Curcubits, Kale, Cosmos And Flowers Galore! - 30 August 2014

This has been the week of curcubits (pumpkins, cantaloupe, watermelon, cucumbers, zucchini and serpentine gourd):

The Fairy Tale Pumpkin is turning orange! 412 more words

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Jon Rappoport - Power Outside The Matrix: What We Strive For - 30 August 2014

During my 30 years as a reporter covering “the news behind the news,” I’ve seen countless instances in which the matrix shows up, swims into view. 1,203 more words

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‘No To NATO’: Hundreds March Against Militarism, Nuclear Weapons At Wales Summit - 30 August 2014

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Some 400 people have joined a protest camp in Newport to protest against NATO. The march comes ahead of next week’s military summit that will see 60 world leaders descend on the area and is already causing considerable disruption to locals. 58 more words

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John Ward - The Saturday Essay: How Those Who Believe Can Justify Anything From Paedophilia In Rotherham To A War In Europe - 30 August 2014

The revelations in Rotherham allow me to plough a familiar furrow, albeit in a different context. But the lesson remains as clear as ever: beware of those who… 1,781 more words

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US Judge Rules Microsoft Must Handover Personal Data Stored Abroad - 30 August 2014

Microsoft has been told it must handover emails stored abroad to US prosecutors by a New York court. However, the software giant says it will fight the ruling, saying that an email deserves the same privacy protection as a paper letter sent by mail. 97 more words

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