Sounding the Revolution Viva La Revolución! (Image via iStockphoto) Same same, but different . This is my favorite Thai expression. It can mean any number of things depending on the context. Often it is used in sales situations at the night markets:
<img class=" alignleft" src="http://static.arstechnica.com/Blah/digital_britain.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="169" /> Did Weak Copyright Laws Help Germany Outpace The British Empire? | Epicenter
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The Hugh Cudlipp lecture: Does journalism exist? | Alan Rusbridger | Media Thank you for inviting me to give this lecture in honour of the memory of Hugh Cudlipp. Ask any British journalist who were their editor-heroes over the last 30 or 40 years and two names keep recurring. One is Harry Evans . The other is Hugh Cudlipp . Why were they so admired? Because they seemed to represent the best of journalistic virtues – courage, campaigning, toughness, compassion, humour, irreverence; a serious engagement with serious things; a sense of fairness; an eye for injustice; a passion for explaining; knowing how to achieve impact; a connection with readers.
FEATURE Interview With Jean-Claude Bradley The Impact of Open Notebook Science by Richard Poynder Jean-Claude Bradley is an organic chemist at Drexel University in Philadelphia. As with most scientists, Bradley used to be very secretive. FEATURE: Interview With Jean-Claude Bradley - The Impact of Open Notebook Science
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