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andrew-mayo's picture
Nov.11.2009
Type “revolution” into a search engine and find a soccer team, a tutoring system, a firm that engages in mergers & acquisitions, kites, pet care products, a music venue, dancewear, a health information database, climbing gear, a restaurant. And the Communist Party, USA. Well, at least someone...
adira-rotstein's picture
Nov.11.2009
I have been playing Mini-Ninjas for close to a month now and I'm beginning to plateau. The same thing happened with Final Fantasy Ring of Fates, a game I enjoyed much at one point. Why does that always happen with videogames? The only games I've ever won were Carmen Sandiego on my old Mac and Myst...
r-michael-phillips's picture
Nov.11.2009
Like it or not, we are in the midst of a publishing revolution which is challenging the traditional way books go to market. It didn't start yesterday, or last month, or even last year but, if you've been following POD Technology, you know it's been gaining strength for some time now. When you look...
DonMiguel's picture
Nov.11.2009
 There's a song making the rounds of many places in California these days called 'Union Maid,' a rousing tune that was written by Woody Guthrie in 1940. There once was a union maid, she never was afraid Of goons and ginks and company finks and the deputy sheriffs who made the raid. She went to the...
rowena-cherry's picture
Nov.11.2009
What does one do when one has a truly revolutionary idea? Blog? here? Maybe. It's better than trusting some Washington intern not to bury it. I certainly don't have time to publish one of my snarky, politically satiric futuristic romances on the matter. So here goes. President Obama promised not...
camilla-basham's picture
Nov.11.2009
Jack Kerouac got all jacked up on it and wrote “On The Road” in one long rambling paragraph in a three-week kick ass session. The Nazis took it when they were jumping out of planes behind enemy lines in route to their next murderous rampage. Ginsburg wrote about it. John-Paul Sartre was...
maryanne-raphael's picture
Nov.11.2009
The Revolution is being televised, blogged, emailed and tweeted. The world-wide Revolution in Communication and Information is speeding us towards more and more Revolutions. As we travel the air and surf the internet we are exposed to new thoughts, new methods and new people. In the sixties...
sharon-cathcart's picture
Nov.11.2009
I've been thinking about revolution quite a bit lately. I'm reading a fascinating book entitled Enemies of the People: My Family's Journey to America, by Hungarian author Kati Marton.  Marton's parents were Hungarian citizens working for the Associated Press during the Stalinist and Communist...
patricia-covert's picture
Nov.11.2009
It is the quiet revolution that intrigues me.  It is the revolution that runs deep beneath the surface like some volcanic lava flow burning, seething, flowing and searching for a path to the surface.    Mauritania is experiencing such a revolution.  Where is Mauritania?  It is in Africa, on...
heather-catherine-hogan's picture
Nov.11.2009
Before I begin this article I am going to tell you I don't know if I am for or against the death penalty. I really don't. When I am reading about heinous crimes people commit and what it does to the families of the victims you will hear me screaming, "Kill him! He must die for his crime!...