Thursday, August 5, 2010

News Notes - August 4, 2010

Stalking 2.0: How social networking streamlines the process. [WSJ Video]
To my potential stalkers: Twitter usually know where I am, thanks to my chatty client.

City of Austin confused that you aren't comfortable at the temperature at which it tells you to be comfortable. [AAS]

How highly perishable skillsets exacerbate long-term unemployment. [Businessweek]

CSI: Reality - new rapid DNA test [BBC]

Forget sensitivity training - how about anti-corruption training? [Moscow Times]

"Black Tar", not "tar balls" [Houston Chronicle]

Wave, goodbye. [BBC]

Sticky highway situation [Moscow Times]
Unfortunately, the other truck was carrying borscht.

Russian wildfires spread [BBC]

Pakistani floods spread [BBC]

Kenyan rights spread [BBC]

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