Social Media According to The Wire | Flowtown.com (via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology)

Social Media explained from the perspective of the best TV show. Ever. The Wire (whose main characters are all businessmen of their own sort, don’t forget) shares a lot of wisdom about how businesses can make a killer Web 2.0 strategy — if they’re ready to fight. Without further ado, here’s social media according to The […]

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The Same Person (via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology)

Are you telling me that this doesn’t explain some things?  Like creating the monstrosity of Palin and his insistence that DADT is wrong?  When Gaston Leroux wrote the novel in 1910, the character of Erik (The Phantom) was 50-60 years old, making him at least 150 years old in 2010 so McCain is the right […]

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Damn, That’s Cold Jack Donaghy! (via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology)

One of my favorite characters on a great show (30 Rock) really dissed my alma mater!   … Read More via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology

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Addictions Treatment: What’s The Answer? (via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology)

If no one treatment for alcohol or other drug use disorders has been found to be effective for everyone, do the available formal treatments for these disorders have any value? I posed this question to my online chemical dependency class this week. The issue pertaining to this question is not whether or not formal treatments […]

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People in Committed Relationships Experience Less Stress

People in Committed Relationships Experience Less Stress.

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Cheese-eating VAT-payers | Paul Krugman NY Times (via The Intersection of Social Work, Education & Technology)

 

Cheese-eating VAT-payers | Paul Krugman NY Times

Paul Krugman is hilarious when he points out the strange debate in this country about taxes.

You really can’t parody American politics. Eric Cantor has rejected the idea of a value-added tax because it sounds European. And as you can see, those Europeans are a miserable lot. Read Paul Krugman here at the NY Times. … Read More

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Clear Perspectives – Optimism

Clear Perspectives – Optimism.

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