Sunday, 28 April 2013


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 130426 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

Get Ready for the Australian Coal Show-Down - great to see the Dirty Coal Brigade panicking (v @DrRimmer)#au

Bundesregierung bastelt mit üblichen Verdächtigen an EU-USA-Freihandelsabkommen - we demand #transparency now

#RioTinto should address pollution and human rights abuses at its mines in West Papua and Papua New Guinea -

Tackling "Monoculture of the Mind" - good analysis of blinkered, doomed approach

#china grows in importance to ‘NZ Inc’ - another reason #TPP is exactly wrong for #newzealand

US GM food labeling drive has biotech industry biting back - important: GM industry knows it's lost labelling debate

[RT] this is why we must have strong data protection in #EU - once our data is sold, there's no getting it back

If Everything Is A Threat, Then Nothing Is - good analysis

The Italian Constitutional Court experiments an #opendata approach (with a CC license) - interesting issue about #pd

Die Wikipedia-AG – Ein Pilotprojekt mit Zukunft - interesting initiative

Vote for us – the politicians who bankrupted #Iceland! - fascinating if depressing situation (v @AnnieMachon)

Automated constrained poetry, made from Markov Chains and Project Gutenberg - markov chains rule

Blow for Cameron as #China welcomes Hollande - but kudos to Cameron for "daring" to meet dalai lama

SO THAT’S WHAT “#RAND” MEANS?: A Brief Report on the Findings of Fact & Conclusions of Law in Microsoft v. Motorola –

ease of finding information online makes us keen to know more about food we eat - yup (v @Steph_Steinberg @DrRimmer)

Former #Microsoft Managers Now In Charge of Washington State's Budget - level playing-field for #opensource? ORLY?

"You have to see how hits blow up strictly from bluetooth swapping" - digital music in #africa (v @rassina)

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