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October 25 2014

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October 24 2014

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Politics in the Animal Kingdom: Single Transferable Vote - YouTube
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October 23 2014

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Obviously I have not seen the document ($3850 pay-wall) but why do you think that's not a scientific paper? Forecast and scientific paper are not exclusive concepts.
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What Happened To Women In Computer Science?
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October 22 2014

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“The goal of the future is full unemployment, so we can play. That’s why we have to destroy the present politico-economic system.” This may sound like the pronouncement of some bong-smoking anarchist, but it was actually Arthur C. Clarke, who found time between scuba diving and pinball games to write “Childhood’s End” and think up communications satellites. My old colleague Ted Rall recently wrote a column proposing that we divorce income from work and give each citizen a guaranteed paycheck, which sounds like the kind of lunatic notion that’ll be considered a basic human right in about a century, like abolition, universal suffrage and eight-hour workdays. The Puritans turned work into a virtue, evidently forgetting that God invented it as a punishment.
The 'Busy' Trap - NYTimes.com
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What she had mistakenly assumed was her personality — driven, cranky, anxious and sad — turned out to be a deformative effect of her environment. It’s not as if any of us wants to live like this, any more than any one person wants to be part of a traffic jam or stadium trampling or the hierarchy of cruelty in high school — it’s something we collectively force one another to do.
The 'Busy' Trap - NYTimes.com
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October 21 2014

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