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Dubai official: Dubai World's debt its own - Yahoo! Finance ( short version "F--- You")

Abstract Monday

IDFA FILM AWARDS #colony collapse disorder #CCD

Climatic Research Unit update - 17.45 November 23 - University of East Anglia (UEA)

Multiple Users and Accounts To Feed Into One Twitter Account | TweetFunnel | Looks Interesting

Great Facts About Bumblebees - Yakima Herald-Republic Online

The Merchant of Venice - Act II, Scene IX Do not rank me with the barbarous multitudes

Seth Godin and Edward Bernays

The Inquisitive Guinea Pig {photo}

Linkbuilding Tip – Syndicate Your Content Via RSS! | From @Hobo_Web

Klout and Twitter - Avinash Kaushik - his take

{dg28} Neil Turner- I could read this photographer's stuff all day.

Official Google Blog: Releasing the Chromium OS open source project

Kerry Trueman: Bats: The New Canary in the Coal Mine?

We. A documentary featuring the words of Arundhati Roy

Let's be friends - bird and mouse - cute beyond cute !

U.S to sell its bad banks to China... ?

Kashmir animal population increases in last two decades because poachers afraid of violence

Matt Mullenweg from Wordpress on how he feels about RSS subscriptions

Copenhagen climate summit hopes fade as Obama backs postponement | Environment | guardian.co.uk

We have met the enemy - The Boston Globe #honeybee #bee

A Lovely Extract From Groklaw on Apple v Psystar

Commenting in Quotes

Huge rise in birth defects in Falluja | World news | Guardian.co.uk

Science developing Varroa resistant honeybee #honeybee

things that make you go aahh (in a nice way - not 'arrgggh' )

5. High-Tech Genocide in Congo | Project Censored

Brent Stirton » Photojournalist

The Berlin Wall, 20 years gone - The Big Picture

Nikon D700 and Nikon D60: Comparing Image Quality — Quillcards

Intel to Pay AMD $1.25 Billion in Settlement for 'all outstanding legal complaints'

The squirrels say: Subscribe to my HOTPIXEL Posterous !

Portmanteau Ceramics - a great site - original handbuilt ceramics that I came across

Apple 'plans iPhone that will work anywhere in world' - from Guardian.co.uk