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10 June 2005 - a greasemonkey user script

Add the current page in browser to using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-D. If you have selected text, it will be added to the extended description field.

08 June 2005

The Pharmaceutical Journal: Freud, Sherlock Holmes and Coca Cola — the cocaine connection

"I gradually weaned him from that drug mania which had threatened once to check his remarkable career."

01 June 2005

Science Daily: Australia's Megafauna Coexisted With Humans

Humans and "gigantic three tonne wombat-like creatures", amongst others, co-existed for 15,000 years.

25 May 2005

It's a Tag World !

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tag aggregator (taggregator?) for the recently-tagged from technorati/flickr/del.ici.ous/blogmarks: rss feeds available too

22 May 2005

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Earth's species feel the squeeze

"!Biodiversity and human well-being just cannot be separated" (Dr Kaveh Zahedi, World Conservation Monitoring Centre)

The Observer | International | Would you Adam 'n' Eve it ... dinosaurs in Eden

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the first dinosaur museum to take a creationist perspective...but, I fear, not the last

What's Wilderness Worth? | Outside Online

Bruce Barcott: "As a Matter of Fact, Money Does Grow on Trees" - the economic value of wilderness

19 May 2005

The People Own Ideas! by Lawrence Lessig

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Will we be more or less free to remix culture in the 21st century than we were in previous centuries?

Creative Archive Licence Group: Rick Prelinger's speech

Filmmaker and founder of the Prelinger Archives, Rick Prelinger on open licensing: "Nobody disagrees with plenty".

Creative Archive Licence Group: rip, mix and share the BBC

a BBC led initiative to provide access to public service audio and video archives: fuel for a creative nation.

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Scientists find new Indian monkey

make that two! species of monkey unknown to science photographed in India by research team

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | New African monkey discovered

The highland mangabey, as it is called, lives in the trees and is thought to be closely related to the baboon family. Is your MP working for you in the UK's Parliament?

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non-partisan website which aims to make it easy for people to keep tabs on their MPs

18 May 2005

A Day in the Life of a Musician

From 4.27 to 6.47 pm various occupations (fencing, reflection, immobility, visits, contemplation, dexterity, natation, etc.)..."

'First platypus' still intact

what happened to that original specimen that so famously bamboozled the experts?

On commodifying the hacker/DIY ethic: The Man 1 Radicals 0?

Assembled relations shift, will continue to shift, and that's never a neutral occurrence.

17 May 2005 pioneers

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Who keeps posting the most popular links? tracker updated every half-hour Global Warming Mug

When you pour in a hot beverage, the mug shows what happens when the world heats up and the oceans begin to rise... » spreads tagging fever

full version of article on published 16.05.05 in Toronto Star

Speak, Darwinists!

interviews with evolutionary theorists: there are a bunch of people in Kansas who still don't get it... Books: Endless Forms Most Beautiful: The New Science of Evo Devo and the Making of the Animal Kingdom

New book on developmental biology "teach the glory of making animal form. The evolutionary concepts follow naturally."

WorldChanging: Another World Is Here: Bioprospecting Historical Texts

A vast, untapped source of biomedical information may be sitting on the shelves of old libraries.

15 May 2005

The Annotated New York Times

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another take on customising news: this site tracks blog commentary on NYTimes articles by topic and author