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Crowd-Sourcing Education on Ebola

The YouTube video above is a lecture by Michael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, that I found excellent. This is a great example of crowd-sourcing. I got the link from another blog who got it from an anonymous commenter and I’m passing it along here and in this post […]

From the Fools and Money Stack: Kickstarting… Potato Salad?!

Potato Salad

Kickstarting a dream of potato salad to the tune of $40k+

Is It Okay To Lie In Order To Get Amazon Discounts?

Amazon Boxes

If Amazon gives discounts to people with children, is it acceptable to falsely claim you have a child in order to get a discount?

Why is Apple So Incompetent?


Why is Apple unable to meet the demand for its products?

Weekly Crowdsource: Summer Non-Fiction, American History Reading Edition


Dray, PhilNow that summer has officially started, its time to crowdsource some recommendations for summer reading. And after reviewing the recent threads on the Civil War, it seems to me that American History (including, but not limited to, the Civil War) is a perfect topic. Since this topic can easily get out of control, I’m […]

Did SCOTUS Just Legalize Gay Marriage in All 50 States?


Absent DOMA, the Full Faith and Credit Clause would seem to make gay marriage legal across the land.

Weekly Crowdsource: Your “Must Read” Experts Edition


This week’s Weekly Crowdsource is a search for new experts to follow.

Weekly Crowdsource: RSS Tools


With the last days of Google Reader upon us, I’ve started to do housecleaning on my RSS feeds in preparation for migration. So I thought I’d go to some of the smarter (not to mention, better lookin’) folks I know and ask for recommendations for alternatives. So, what do ya’ll use to follow your online […]