Website of the Week for Dec 20, 2008 Website of the Week An interesting beta site that esentially acts as a social networkfor artists, but also encourages collaboration between individualartists as well as between artistic organizations, which you can createand manage. Looks prominsing!

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On our ‘Best of Hell: 2008′ we featured the following interviews: From June 14, David Cay Johnston is an independent investigative journalist, formerly with The New York Times, now focusing on the subject of taxation. David’s most recent book is last year’s “Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense and Stick Read more

Website of the Week for Dec 13, 2008 Website of the Week So, what’s your popularity in WebTwoPointOhLand? URLfan is aindexing service that ranks your website based on the number ofblog/RSS references measured at a given point in time. So instead ofthe metrics being based on visits or page hits, the data is essentiallya popularity guage of your site amongst all those opinion makers and “super Read more

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Lew Daly is a senior fellow of Demos and the author of God and the Welfare State. Lew is co-author of the new book, “Unjust Desserts: How the Rich are Taking our Common Inheritance and Why We Should Take it Back” (New Press). Steven Kinzer, author of “Overthrow: America’s Century of Regime Change from Hawaii Read more

Website of the Week for Dec 6, 2008 Website of the Week Well, it’s that time again kids… video utility time!! Afraid yourfavorite video on YouTube is about to disappear due to some sillycopyright infringement? Apparently, some of you are. I’ve been askedlately what’s a good way to download videos from sites like YouTube orGoogle Video on to their local hard drive… and this is what Read more

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Gerard Prunier were on to discuss his article, “The eastern DR Congo: dynamics of conflict.” Gerard is research professor at the University of Paris. He is the author of 1998’s The Rwanda Crisis: History of a Genocide, 2007’s revised edition of “Darfur: The Ambiguous Genocide”, and 2006’s “From Genocide to Continental War: The Congolese’ Read more

Website of the Week for Nov 29, 2008 Website of the Week An entertaining geek site that made the big time recently with it’s holiday “Apple apple pie” offering, which really impressed me when I learned the lattice on the pie was cut with a 45 watt carbon-dioxide laser.

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Chris Hedges is a senior fellow at The Nation Institute and a Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and the Anschutz Distinguished Fellow at Princeton University. Chris spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. He is the author of the best selling “War Read more

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This is Hell! presents “The Best of the Worst of the Economy: America’s Inevitable Economic Collapse in Hellish Review.” From February 16, John Miller, a professor of economics at Wheaton College who writes for Dollar and Sense. We talked with John about his latest article, “Stormier Weather: The economic recovery that’s been officially underway since Read more