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Activism. Types of activism[edit] Some activists try to persuade people to change their behavior directly, rather than to persuade governments to change or not to change laws.

Activism

Other activists try to persuade people to remain the same, in an effort to counter change. The cooperative movement seeks to build new institutions which conform to cooperative principles, and generally does not lobby or protest politically, and clergymen often exhort their parishioners to follow a particular moral code or system. As with those who engage other activities such as singing or running, the term may apply broadly to anyone who engages in it even briefly, or be more narrowly limited to those for whom it is a vocation, habit, or characteristic practice. Activism and the Internet[edit] For more than ten years, groups involved in various forms of activism have been using the Internet to advance organizational goals.

Activism industry[edit] Methods[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] Further reading[edit]

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Public Theater. {*style:<b> Must close March 18 </b>*} {*style:<b>Critical Praise for <i> The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs </i></b>*} " . Ranks alongside as the most exciting show in town. " - Terry Teachout, "A personal, poignant and passionate piece that stays with you many days after you've seen it. . " - Mark Kennedy, "The best original American play so far this year.

" - Peter Marks, {*style:<b>THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS Created and performed by Mike Daisey Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory </b>*} Following the success of , Mike Daisey turns his razor-sharp wit to America's most mysterious technology icon in this hilarious and harrowing tale of pride, beauty, lust, and industrial design. "I will never be the same after seeing that show. " - Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder {*style:<b> </b>*} to read a statement by The Public Theater about Mike Daisey and . Scenery and Lighting Design - Understanding Foxconn. Progressive news and potical commentary. How Often Should I Charge My Gadget's Battery to Prolong Its Lifespan?

But most phones now don't use lithium ion, but lithium polymer, which I've heard prefers to be fully charged.

How Often Should I Charge My Gadget's Battery to Prolong Its Lifespan?

How about some relevant info? You sure? Just checked mine, it's lithium ion. And it's an HTC Thunderbolt, fairly recent phone. There's a lot of confusion over terms with lithium batteries. All modern batteries use a solid polymeric electrolyte for shuttling the charge around, but they are still "lithium ion" batteries. As for complete charging, in most devices it doesn't matter quite so much due to the charging circuitry being fairly smart. RS, I'm not sure why you aren't a starred commenter. Apps for Professional Development. Twitter App (free) Twitter is one of the most active and beneficial social networks on the web.

Apps for Professional Development

All educators would be wise to join the conversation. If you haven’t used Twitter yet, I would recommend that you read these excellent blog posts: Google Voice (free) Text and call for free! Skype (free) A beautiful app that allows you to make and receive VOIP calls on your iOS device. HeyTell (free) A fun “walkie-talkie” app for quick voice communication.

Consumption Apps FlipBoard (free) A beautiful app that turns your RSS reader (such as Google Reader) into a magazine. Zite (free) Similar to FlipBoard, however instead of just providing a beautiful interface to view content you select, Zite tries to introduce you to new content sources based off of sources you currently read. QR Code Readers Quick-Response codes are the strange black and white boxes that have begun appearing everywhere. RedLaser: free native iPhone app, simple and lightweightQrafter: free, the most robust of all of the QR scanners.

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Index of / Secrets of the Federal Reserve. Thus these two "unofficial" advisors to the British and American governments had a code solely for each other, which no one else could understand.

Secrets of the Federal Reserve

Even stranger was the fact that the international Communist 81 Lt. Col. Norman Thwaites, Velvet and Vinegar, Grayson Co., London, 1932 82 George Sylvester Viereck, The Strangest Friendship in History, Woodrow Wilson and Col. @insert CHART VIII This chart shows the link between the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Brown Brothers Harriman, Sun Life Assurance Co. Espionage apparatus for many years used Col.

"Gorodin, Lenin’s agent in China, was alleged to have with him a copy of the book published by Col. After the Armistice, Woodrow Wilson assembled the American Delegation to the Peace Conference, and embarked for Paris. Baruch later testified before the Graham Committee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, "I was economic advisor with the peace mission. 83 Francois Coty, Tearing Away the Veil, Paris, 1940 @insert CHART IX Thomas W. G.W. The Creature from Jekyll Island, The Federal Reserve, talk by Edward Griffin. We'll start way back in history to give some kind of historical perspective to this; we'll go back to the first century BC and the tiny kingdom of Phrygia.

The Creature from Jekyll Island, The Federal Reserve, talk by Edward Griffin

There was a philosopher by the name of Epictetus and it was Epictetus who said "Appearances are of four kinds: things either are as they appear to be; or they neither are nor appear to be; or they are but do not appear to be; or they are not and yet appear to be. " When I read that statement for the first time, I had a big chuckle over it and I thought for sure that if Epictetus were alive today he would probably be a Harvard professor of money and banking; it sounds like so many explanations that I have read about various aspects of the Federal Reserve System.

What he did was he took a fairly simple concept but by the time that he was through explaining it, we didn't have any idea what he was talking about. All Epictetus said was that appearances can sometimes be deceiving. I don't know what you think about those seven points. The Dominique Strauss-Kahn Case Revisited. By Jonathan Z.

The Dominique Strauss-Kahn Case Revisited

Larsen on Dec 10, 2011 For fans of Edward Jay Epstein’s work, it was nice to see him weigh in on the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case in the December 22nd issue of The New York Review of Books. Epstein has a world-wide reputation as an investigative reporter—on JFK’s assassination, for instance—and trails after him a cloud of rumor that he is or has been involved with U. S. intelligence agencies. It is never exactly clear where Epstein is coming from, or whether there is a hidden agenda, but he always comes up with something new, as he has again with this story. The basic outline of the story is well known: a cleaning lady at Sofitel claims a sexual assault by Dominique Strauss-Kahn (often referred to familiarly in the press as DSK) just past noon of May 14, 2011; police investigate and some five hours later, Strauss-Kahn is pulled off an Air France plane by police and jailed on seven counts, including attempted rape and sexual abuse.

>3:28 Diallo is taken to St. Why indeed?

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The Saudi Arab Spring Nobody Noticed. By Russ Baker on Dec 7, 2011 Hear the one about the Arab Spring in Saudi Arabia that nobody noticed?

The Saudi Arab Spring Nobody Noticed

No, this is not a joke. It is a real situation—and a cautionary example of what happens when Western governments and their media are more favorable to some “revolutions” than others. With the Syrian regime, long out of favor with the West, we heard about the uprising from the beginning. The drumbeat has grown dramatically, along with Western condemnations and moves to isolate the regime for its crackdown on dissent. In the case of Libya, run by the fiercely independent and eccentric Qaddafi, much of the world’s press credulously rushed to print every rumor about regime excesses, many of them never verified and seemingly untrue. The media quickly took to—and stayed with— the uprising in Egypt, one of the poorest countries in the region, where the West lost an ally but quickly found a new collaborator in a similarly-inclined military junta.

The purported context comes in the final paragraph: