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Oct 12

Dribbble Blog: The First Brick in the Backboard -

dribbble:

Dribbble is blessed with a lot of talented designers. Accordingly, we’ve had numerous employers ask to advertise open positions on Dribbble, but never an appropriate format to offer them. We’re happy to change that today.

Our first steps toward connecting designers and employers were the Hire…

Sep 28

Google+ U.S. Visitors Spend Less Time on Site Last Week -

parislemon:

Hardly surprising after the massive initial surge. If my own stream and usage is any indication, it’s significantly slowing down. 

Now begins the true test of the network.

(via stoweboyd)

Sep 24

elle:

Spring 2012 
Open-weave knits and flouro swimwear at Rag & Bone. See all the looks from the show!
Photo: Imaxtree

elle:

Spring 2012

Open-weave knits and flouro swimwear at Rag & Bone. See all the looks from the show!

Photo: Imaxtree

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Sep 12

laughingsquid:

The Walking Dead Season 2 Poster

laughingsquid:

The Walking Dead Season 2 Poster

Patterson School iPad Project: My iPad Goes to Texas -

ipad-patterson:

Last Thursday I flew to San Antonio for a Liberty Fund conference on the relationship between democracy and empire in Thucydides. Thoughts on the substance of the conference can be found here and here. This was the first academic conference to which I brought the iPad, and consequently I…

Patterson School iPad Project: Faculty Perspective -

ipad-patterson:

My name is Robert Farley, and I’m an assistant professor at the Patterson School, specializing in National Security and Intelligence. I’ll be contributing to this blog from a faculty perspective. Obviously, we’re very excited to embark on the trial, which I like to think of as an exploration…

talkbacktuesdays:

This week in 1954, Brown v. Board of Education is decided in a landmark unanimous decision, stating that “separate but equal” is not constitutional.  How can we continue to improve our schools today?

talkbacktuesdays:

This week in 1954, Brown v. Board of Education is decided in a landmark unanimous decision, stating that “separate but equal” is not constitutional.  How can we continue to improve our schools today?

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talkbacktuesdays:

What do you think President John F. Kennedy is best remembered for? 

talkbacktuesdays:

What do you think President John F. Kennedy is best remembered for? 

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talkbacktuesdays:

Last week in 1958, ground was first broken in the building of this very museum! Why did you come to the museum today?

talkbacktuesdays:

Last week in 1958, ground was first broken in the building of this very museum! Why did you come to the museum today?

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talkbacktuesdays:

Last week in 1958, ground was first broken in the building of this very museum! Why did you come to the museum today?

talkbacktuesdays:

Last week in 1958, ground was first broken in the building of this very museum! Why did you come to the museum today?

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