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1) Salon.com Life | The failure of zero tolerance: A nationwide crackdown on students has resulted in disproportionate punishments and racial profiling.

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2) New software lets managers search e-mail | Computerworld News & Features Story: Managers everywhere will soon have the power to remotely look through employee e-mail boxes, search for common words and even delete employee e-mail without notification, thanks to software from MicroData Software Inc. Version 2 of the software, called "Cameo," is scheduled to be released next week. Cameo is a rules-based system that allows managers or administrators using Microsoft Corp. Exchange 5.5 or Exchange 2000 e-mail servers to block, delete, search and automatically route e-mail, MicroData said.

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3) Salon.com Life | The failure of zero tolerance: A nationwide crackdown on students has resulted in disproportionate punishments and racial profiling.

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4) Ballmer Funk: cool...

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5) Domestic/Home Remedies: Type the description here.

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6) Primer - Getting ino the semantic web and RDF using N3: The world of the semantic web, as based on RDF, is really simple at the base. This article shows you how to get started. It uses a simplified teaching language -- Notation 3 or N3 -- which is basically equivalent to RDF in its XML syntax, but easier to scribble when getting started.

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7) ZDNet: Sm@rt Partner - Answerthink acquires SAP expertise: ...Roughly 60 SAP gurus will move from Condor to Answerthink. Each SAP team member has an average of 15 years' consulting experience and more than six years of implementation experience, according to Answerthink...

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8) 200% price increase for AC licence?:

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9) MIT Professor Michael L. Dertouzos dies at 64: MIT Professor Michael L. Dertouzos, who had a rare gift for putting complicated technology into human terms and making it accessible to non-technical audiences, died Monday night (Aug. 27) at Massachusetts General Hospital. Born in Athens, Greece, Dertouzos was 64

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10) ANTI-TOXINS DON'T EXIST. THAT'S JUST MEDICAL PROPAGANDA.: Only the living body heals itself. Antitoxins don't exist. They are a lie fabricated and marketed by the pharmaceutical industry. When you water fast, i.e., physiologically rest, and do not ingest "necessary nutrients", from where does the living body get its "necessary nutrients" and successfully heal itself, of all kinds of health problems?

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11) EcoCap: A message must have a clear title; any cc must be accompanied by a note explaining why the recipient is being cc'd and whether any action is expected; if the e-mailer expects a response he's supposed to give a deadline; and so on. The idea is to have the top executives at the firm use an EcoCap-altered version of Microsoft Outlook and let other employees adopt it only if they want to. They may not; the software lets the firm track e-mail behavior in excruciating detail

http://www.panix.com/userdirs/jlerner/

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12) Discover Current Issue : Cow Parts: To reconstruct the complete cow, you would need to gather countless products from an astonishing array of industries. Some are still close to agriculture— processed animal feed and pet food as well as garden supplies such as blood and bonemeal. But other products have no apparent connection with farming, such as jet engine lubricants and brake fluid from bovine fatty acids, which are derived from tallow, which is itself produced from fat and bone.

The number of uses for beef by-products was once largely a matter of curiosity, of interest mainly to the manufacturers and to renderers. But in Great Britain, the appearance of BSE in the mid-1980s created a critical need for an inventory of beef by-products and their uses to identify which specific cow parts should be banned for use as human food and in animal feeds and fertilizers. The process was slowed by administrative wrangling, so 10 years passed from the time BSE was discovered and the audit was completed. But early in the investigation, scientists identified the cow parts that might carry the risk of contaminating farmers, slaughterhouse workers, employees at rendering plants, butchers, and the public. The most infectious organs— where BSE prions cluster— are the brain and spinal cord, followed, on a less infectious level, by the pineal, pituitary, and adrenal glands, spleen, tonsils, placenta, lymph nodes, ileum, part of the colon, dura mater, and cerebrospinal fluid. Less infectious still are the distal colon, nasal mucosa, sciatic nerve, bone marrow, liver, lung, pancreas, and thymus gland.

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13) TIJ, Peer-Reviewed Article: What Do We Know About Enhancing Creativity and Innovation?: Ikujiro Nonaka: Making personal knowledge available to others is the central activity of the knowledge-creating company

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14) manatecelectronics.com registration:

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15) Managing Individual and Organizational Knowledge: Type the description here.

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16) Hindu Society of Calgary requires a head priest...: Calgary Hindu Temple Requires a Head Priest with impeccable academic credentials in Sanskrit, excellent communication skills in English and Hindi. Music ability preferable. Apply immediately at website 'source' or fax 1-403-547-0199 or phone 1-403-239-7764.

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17) Book-A-Minute: Not enough time to read all the books you want? Try Book-A-Minute, a website that has condensed versions of many classics, science fiction/fantasy and bedtime books.

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18) Life On The Internet: Could Blogging Assist KM?: But what if the two – blogging and KM – got together? That is, what if we took the technology that allows Bloggers to quickly annotate their journeys through the web with information about the whys and wherefores with a KM system that allowed their organizational colleagues to use the weblogs as a source of expertise? Consider:

-- If experts could use blogging software that was part of their normal work environment, probably part of their browser, to note and annotate web sites they wanted to share as part of their area of expertise (note the expert decides what to share, avoiding privacy problems);

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19) New Scientist : Interview with Stephen Wolfram: Meet the people shaping the future of science

Principia Mathematica III

He was a child prodigy, publishing his first paper at 15. Now Stephen Wolfram says he has created a new kind of science based on simple computer programs rather than equations. It's a bold claim, but it has taken him 20 years--ten of them thinking and working late into the night, and publishing nothing. By a nice irony, that intellectual space was bought by the millions he made out of Mathematica, a computer program that makes complicated mathematics doable for ordinary mortals. Now, at 41, he's busy gearing himself up for the glare of publicity as he prepares to publish the fruit of all those years. Marcus Chown caught up with Wolfram--at 3 am


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20) Women and Men: (And I don’t have any issues relating to women. My closest friends are women. And given the choice, I much prefer the company of women to men. They usually have a better sense of humour and are much more fun to hang around with.)

My doing the ZopeNewbies site got me an invitation to speak at Comdex Canada, one thing led to another, and I got a promotion at work.

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21) Dawkins Review of Intellectual Impostures: Type the description here.

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22) Jorge Luis Borges: You would probably like stories by Jorge Luis Borges. The compilations Selected Fictions and Selected Poems come to mind.

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23) Lunch at Saravana's: nothing more to add... i am reading about millet, quinoa etc.

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24) Down to earth: We watched "Einmal Himmel und zurueck original version" in Harmonie Lux-Kinocenter Haupstr. 110 Heidelberg

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25) Sri Radhashtami: At Heidelberg, some Hare Krishna members invited us to join them to celebrate Sri Radhashtami tomorrow at Abentheuer...

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26) bought Dr Gillian McKeith's Living Food for Health: ... Dr Edmond Bordeaux Szekely concluded his lifetime of research by issuing four very specific dietary food categorisations


  1. bioacidic - most malign category - destructive foods : processed with chemicals, preservatives, irradiation and genetically modified. They degrade life functions.
  2. biostatic - cooked foods and even foods that are simply not fresh
  3. bioactive - fresh raw fruits and vegetables, seeds, beans, legumes and nuts
  4. biogenic - improve, revitalise, strengthen, regenerate and enhance the human condition - sprouts


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