Monday, 4 August 2014


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 140803 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

A mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingers - clever chap

The #Copyright Monopoly Should Be Dead And Buried Already - some great points

Valencia Schools Save Almost $50 Million (€37 Million) with a Linux OS Based on Ubuntu - others crazy not to follow

Trade in Services Agreement (#TISA) and Transparency - pressure for openness begins to pay off here & for #TTIP

The Vulture: Chewing Argentina's Living Corpse - vivid but illuminating analysis of #argentina's default #ISDS

Connecticut Supreme Court Says State Cops Can Detain You Simply For Being In Vicinity Of Someone They're Arresting -

James Clapper Insists Redactions On The #Torture Report Are 'Minimal' - & he'd never lie to us, would he?

World's top PR companies rule out working with climate deniers - welcome move

Helsinki, città car free dal 2025 - who's next? (v @andrea_licata)#fi

#TPP -ing Over? - "one hears of compromise & flexibility, terms not heard publically during the initial negotiations"

Expectations that Hanoi will enter Washington’s embrace appear unrealistic as pro-Chinese camp prevails in Vietnam -

East coast mainline pays taxpayers £1bn sparking fresh reprivatisation fury - another giveaway - Labour must reverse

Copyright Office Rejected My Attempt To Copyright A Tweet - fascinating....

3,325 spin doctors toil for the Harper government at an estimated cost in 2014 of $263 million - insane (v @StuJT)

Google Play store offers 'Bomb Gaza' mobile game - the question is: would they also allow a "Bomb Israel" game?

The future of scientific discovery relies on open - "#Opensource is clearly 'winning' now in my areas of science"

Der große Deal - Geheimakte Freihandelsabkommen - watching this; looks good (v @Liese_Mueller)#TTIP

30 Things British People Say And What We Actually Mean - surprisingly, these are true

New York Guest House Burns Own Reputation To The Ground By Trying To Charge Customers $500 For Bad Reviews -

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