Monthly Archives: January 2007

Davos Conversation

OK, here’s a great resource for wazzup at Davos, the Davos Conversation site. Advertisements

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Davos: Easterly on Poverty

Thanks to Jeff Jarvis’ Davos blogging I learned about William Easterly, an economist who is very critical of his former employer the World Bank. At Davos he appears to be bashing much of what is now considered good poverty reduction … Continue reading

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Kim Search discussion page 10 (!)

The James and Kati Kim Family Search discussion now spans ten pages of over 10,000 comments. Click HERE for the back story, pictures, reports, and previous pages. Governor Kulongoski’s Executive Order establishing SAR Task Force The discussion continues below in … Continue reading

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Jeff Jarvis – Liveblogging Davos. Cool.

Jeff Jarvis is liveblogging from the Davos Conference, arguably the top “thought leader” venue in the world.  In addition to his splendid insights and some play by play of ongoing discussions, this reflects how powerful blogging can be as a … Continue reading

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Stanford Student Vanishes. Car Found.

Very bad news on the Zhou case.   Her car has been found and there is a body in the trunk.  No ID yet on the body but it’s probably May Zhou. More Car: Silver 4 door 2006 Corolla Lic# … Continue reading

Posted in california, missing person, news, search and rescue | 28 Comments

Portland Tram

The new big attraction in Oregon is the Portland Aerial Tram.  The Portland Tram will whisk people from the lower “South Waterfront” terminal (located next to OHSU Center for Health & Healing),  to the upper terminal located at the Kohler … Continue reading

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Social Networks / Social Complainers

Social networks work because social networking is the new way to interact with folks. And naturally the rise of social networks is leading onliners to complain about … social networks and how people are misunderstanding their significance: The New York … Continue reading

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