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Second Life is [in] Good today

Nalates Urriah pointed me to an article in Good magazine in which freelance writer Mark Hay discusses Second Life.

Now, before you start groaning, the piece is actually pretty good. 993 more words

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Enhancing resilience to drought

New Era, March 26 2015 | Namibia will host another first for the country when it facilitates the Ministry of Environment and Tourism’s African Drought Conference under the theme: “Enhancing resilience to drought events on the African continent” at a local hotel from May 11 to 15, 2015. 240 more words

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Resort’s e-cig anti-smoking group will be one of first in the country (UK)

Smokers in Felixstowe are being offered the chance to take part in an innovative group which aims to help people stop smoking using e-cigarettes. Run by Live Well Suffolk, the group is thought to be one of the first of its kind in the country.  51 more words
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Happy Birthday @FreshEarth...its competition time

Fresh Earth Food Store, the much-loved natural and organic retail store and vegetarian cafe, situated in Emmarentia, Johannesburg, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Matthew Ballenden, the founder and owner of the store, is a well-known nutritional chef. 726 more words

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Meet the Female Entrepreneur Harnessing the Power of More Ethical Porn / .Mic

Written by Julie Zeilinger for .Mic. Originally published on March 20th, 2015.

“I date younger men,” Cindy Gallop states in the opening line of her… 333 more words

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Offensive products on Amazon: It's too easy to blame the platform

I was on Sky News over the weekend, talking about the channel’s discovery that Amazon has continued to profit from highly offensive goods sold via third-party sellers. 233 more words

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