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The Rundown for Thursday, May 27th 2010

Mistress Internet reveals her hidden delights in response to my tender ministrations:

  • How to Save the News
    by James Fallows @ The Atlantic
    Filed Under:[google economics journalism media toread theatlantic ]
  • How to Get a Book Deal: Lessons From My Adventures in the World of Non-Fiction Publishing
  • @ Studyhacks
    Filed Under:[advice howto writing publishing books toread ]
  • Cyberpunk detective novel Altered Carbon really is all that
    Altered Carbon book review @ io9.
    Filed Under:[books bookreviews cyberpunk scifi ]
  • The Nation of Gods and Earths – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Filed Under:[islam religion toread cults fringe ]

  • 21st Amendement Brewery
    One of my favorite spots.
    Filed Under:[bayarea beer sanfrancisco breweries ]
  • The Rundown for Sunday, June 7th 2009

    Mistress Internet reveals her hidden delights in response to my tender ministrations:

  • The Busy Person’s Guide to International Relations Theory
  • Harvard Professor Stephen Walt compiles a greatest hits of articles to help you understand the modern world.
    Filed Under:[politics international theory academia international-relations ir ]

  • Top Ten Foreign Affairs Articles
    And the Lone Gunman handily makes (most of) them available as .pdfs.
    Filed Under:[foreignpolicy politics international ir ]
  • 54 Tips For Writers, From Writers
    Vonnegut, Stephen King, and others share their advice.
    Filed Under:[Writing tips ]
  • Lifehacker Pack 2009: Our List of Essential Free Windows Downloads
    Some essential and some not so essential applications.
    Filed Under:[free downloads tools lifehacker software productivity ]
  • A hundred million mistakes: Microsoft’s Bing search engine
    Bing!
    Filed Under:[google microsoft internet ]
  • California First Amendment Coalition
    A guide to getting info under the public records act.
    Filed Under:[california law journalism government ]
  • Internet Goodies for Wednesday, October 29th 2008

    Linking and driving, only without the driving.

  • 20 Civil Liberties Laws Every American Should Know – Criminal Justice Degrees Guide

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  • Intellectual Property Colloquium
    "The project is called the Intellectual Property Colloquium, and it is essentially an online audio program devoted to intellectual property topics. It aspires to be something like an NPR talk show, but it will focuse on copyrights and patents, and is aimed primarily at a legal audience. The programs are neither lectures nor debates. They are conversations, ideally thoughtful ones, with guests drawn from academia, the entertainment community, and the various technology industries."
    Filed Under [none]
  • Authors, Publishers, and Google Reach Landmark Settlement – MarketWatch

    Filed Under [none]

  • Mexico acknowledges drug gang infiltration of police – Los Angeles Times
    Los Departedo
    Filed Under [none]
  • We Don’t Need Another War on Poverty : City Journal Autumn 2008

    Filed Under [none]

  • Moving Toward Web 2.0 in K-12 Education | Britannica Blog

    Filed Under [none]

  • Joe Simon, a Creator of Captain America, Still Fighting for Comic Book Artists at 94 – New York Times

    Filed Under [superheroes marvel comics law ]

  • EFF:Legal Guide for Bloggers
    "The goal here is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger, to let you know you have rights, and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected."
    Filed Under [technology law journalism media blogging ]