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Posts from — April 2004

tastybite chicken vindaloo rules

i don't care what anyone else says… for a pre midnight snack, it is poifect.

April 30, 2004   No Comments

Fri, 30 Apr 2004 17:18:37 GMT

Forum on Information Technology and the Research University. Brought to you by the good folks at the National Research Council Info… [Computing Research Policy Blog]


worth reading, at least for me.

April 30, 2004   No Comments

Fri, 30 Apr 2004 17:08:55 GMT

Look Like A Film Noir Babe.

Look like a film noir babe.

Online clothing boutique Danger Dame offers some super-cool retro styles for wannabe vixens. Lace up, slink over to a barstool, and pretend you're in a Raymond Chandler novel with a tragic ending.

Link to Danger Dame shop. See also this lush new Taschen book, FILM NOIR. [Boing Boing]

That's how women should dress… Of course, men should use hats and gabardines.

[Tyromaniac] [The Mediaburn Radio Weblog]


i'm not sure that i agree that people should dress like this, but if they want to, they should as well. cause it looks cool.

April 30, 2004   No Comments

Thu, 29 Apr 2004 19:27:17 GMT

You're a Denial Goth! You are so not Goth. In
fact you're Post-Punk/Darkwave/Whatever
lesser-known synonym for goth is popular this
week. Give it up, it's obvious you're a Goth.

What kind of Goth would you be?
brought to you by Quizilla

April 29, 2004   No Comments

Thu, 29 Apr 2004 15:13:50 GMT

12 Nations, 14 Scholars and One Big House. Scholars from 12 countries get a chance to spend a year in Montreal, and delve into social and political issues. By Katie Zezima. [New York Times: Education]


this is interesting and seems like a very good thing to do, if a few more were started around the world, i wonder if it would change anything.,…

April 29, 2004   No Comments

Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:59:59 GMT

The Military-Academic Complex: Who's the Real National Champion? [InfoWar Monitor]


who gets what, where, how…. or perhaps you wonder why some universities end up being more 'elite' than others and wonder where the money comes from to do that?

April 29, 2004   No Comments

Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:49:09 GMT

The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad grad school question. Between the Chronicle of Higher Ed's farewell paean to the Invisible Adjunct, the current Crooked Timber thread attempting to theorize… [Critical Mass]


If I've read it right, Erin Oconnor is leaving higher education for k-12, which actually might not be a bad deal for many people.

April 29, 2004   No Comments

Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:32:05 GMT

Innovation Network. Innovation Network

They provide program planning and evaluation consulting, training, and Web-based evaluation tools to nonprofits and funders across geographic and programmatic boundaries. They want to make evaluation accessible to all nonprofits, so they have the knowledge and skills to:

* Manage their internal matters, programs, and services effectively;
* Gain a stronger understanding of what is happening in their programs, and how those programs are affecting people and communities; and
* Collectively raise a strong voice in funding and policy decisions. [Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant]


this looks like it could be a good way to get more non-profits technologically enabled.

April 29, 2004   No Comments

yetisports 4

another yetisports game

April 28, 2004   No Comments

Wed, 28 Apr 2004 12:18:14 GMT

Ashcroft Campaign Finance Investigation. The Public Integrity Section of the Department of Justice will conduct an investigation of Attorney General John Ashcroft's alleged campaign finance irregularities: The Justice Department's Public Integrity Section is reviewing allegations that Attorney General John D. Ashcroft may have violated… [TalkLeft: The Politics of Crime]


shouldn't they be appointing an special external investigator for this?

April 28, 2004   No Comments