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A decade’s worth of interviews from the Israel / Palestine conflict.
Escaping America’s prison system / Doing business in North Korea / How Nixon gave birth to Reagan / PLUS: Migration through Mexico, Kim Jong-il unleaked and Snowpierced!
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://makers.com From the website, “MAKERS.com is a dynamic digital platform showcasing thousands of compelling stories - both known and unknown – from trailblazing women of today and tomorrow.”
Live reports from Tel Aviv and Gaza / 70 years Middle East history in 50 minutes / Happiness for deeply suspicious / PLUS: Rolling back renewable energy in Ohio and Jeff Dorchen chooses his chosen people.
Surround yourself with virtual stuff! URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: https://sketchfab.com/ From the website: “Sketchfab is the leading platform to publish, share and embed interactive 3D content, anywhere online.”
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://patatap.com “Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit. With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes. Warning: contains flashing images.”
Lovecraftian capital in the 21st century / North Korea’s hidden economic boom / TTIP, TISA, TPP- WTF? / PLUS: Cricket in English, Free speech at Corp State and Monkey Pawing that new ape movie.
NSA targets have a face / Children in prison become adults in prison / Punk politics in Reykjavik PLUS: Getting Brazil wrong, Afghan election disputed, Middle East dick talks
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://priceofweed.com Dr. Bigs suggested this site offering a crowd-sourced state by state breakdown of marijuana prices. Handy! Thanks, Dr. Bigs!
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: https://dearfcc.org/ The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) helps make it easy for the FCC to clearly hear the united voices for keeping our Internet open.
Building a new Latin America / Ghost hunting the recession / De-fogging the Constitution / PŁUS: Net neutrality F5′d
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week http://bananapi.org Move over, Raspberry pi! The long march towards the Single Board Computer (SBC) revolution has been joined by this China based org clone, with way more CPU and memory, and compatible with the bulk of Raspberry pi stuff. Let a hundred SBCs bloom.