Monday, April 28, 2008


Psyche's News Roundup

Bill Moyers Journal | PBS - Bill Moyers interviews the Reverend Jeremiah Wright

Genetic Future: The human genome is old news. Next stop: the human proteome

Gas May Finally Cost Too Much

The Pentagon Strangles Our Economy: Why the U.S. Has Gone Broke | AlterNet

Unpaid utility bills soar as economy sags - USATODAY.com


TIPA | Technical Image Press Association | Awards 2008

Hackers Focus Efforts on Firefox, Safari - washingtonpost.com

Liliputing: Comprehensive list of low-cost ultraportables

reddit.com: File Sharing Site Offers 250GB Storage Free to Reddit Users (digg, delicious, or just a referrer)

Obama Seeks Private Funding - WSJ.com

Party Fears Racial Divide - washingtonpost.com

Annals of Surveillance: The New Yorker: A government misstep in a wiretapping case

Threat Level - Wired Blogs - Which Gov Agency Should Be Your Computer's Firewall?

Media Matters by Jamison Foser: The media render the RNC obsolete

Think Progress: Zirkle rails against the great porn dragon and its influence over Jews (wingNUT)

Hillary Clinton Supporters -- The Global Warming Deniers of Democratic Politics? - Yahoo! News

TPMMuckraker | GOP Still Pushing Retroactive Immunity for Telecoms

When $100,000 makes you Go Broke: The Invisible Hand Forces Americans Into Debt

Make Your Nut Blog Archive How to Lawfully Reset Your Credit History

Experts say US sex abstinence program doesn't work | Reuters

Pitfalls in paradise: why Palm Jumeirah is struggling to live up to the hype | Travel | The Guardian

Chemotherapy alternative will target only cancer cells - Telegraph

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