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Hubble doesn’t suck. URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://spacetelescope.org In memory of the recent passing of Astronomer Bruce Woodgate, who gave Hubble its eyes.
Yellow peril history lesson / World Bank’s plantation politics / Presidents and bankers – the 100 year love story / NATO 3 sentencing reaction / PLUS: Ohio’s dirty fight against clean energy
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://beforeitsnews.com This one’s for Elvis and all you other Hellions out there who love a good conspiracy.
Wealth division multiplies / Taking back the internet / Ukrainian for “nuance” / PLUS: Brazil’s stadium splurge, RIP Michael Ruppert and Buzzfeed’s quiz answered
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://makeymakey.com Alligator clip your world! This is yet another great idea out of the MIT Media Lab… and it fits right in to their Lifelong Kindergarten project. I must have one now! Here is a YouTube video showing a few of the possibilities.
Jellyfish as reverse canaries / Oil finds Ghana / Bohemian sketchpad / PLUS: Foreign policy’s women problem, UK media update and Ungroupthink.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://detroiturbex.com “Documenting the past, present and future of the City of Detroit” I particularly like the Now and Then interactive section
The end of water / Post-credit capitalism / Taiwan’s Sunflower protest movement / Plus: Live from election day Afghanistan and poorsplaining outrage in America
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://petapixel.com/ An entertaining, informative blog covering a wide array of photography topics.
URL Lab’s Website Of The Week: http://greenlightplanet.com Green Light Planet is an American company offering innovative, affordable lighting and power solutions to places on the globe without existing power grids. Their products also happen to rock and win tons of awards for design and smartness and such.
America, 1491 / Afghanistan, 911 / Reagan – free speech narc / the conservative 60s / North Korea primer / mid-post-colonial Africa
America’s double government / Islamophobic surveillance / Ukraine’s Incoherent Revolution / Bosnia’s Democratic Uprising / Plus: Venezuela coverage uncovered, Wallerstein in Iran and the sadness of Fred Phelps.