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Prosecutorial Excess: A Pattern of Abuse

Prosecutorial Excess: A Pattern of Abuse

Aaron Swartz I continue on break from the UMN Markingson story as I try to make sense—although there appears none to be had—of the tragic death of Aaron Swartz.

January 24, 2013 — Judy Stone
Tweet to Learn

Tweet to Learn

@thomascmurray: I learn more on Twitter in one week than I did in ANY grad course, which by the way, I paid for. Who's with me? #edtech #edchat #satchat @sjunkins: Twitter is everything a teachers lounge should be...

January 24, 2013 — Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters
Blogging for the Long Haul: #scio13

Blogging for the Long Haul: #scio13

I'm so pleased to be participating in TWO Science Online sessions this year. I think both of them are really important questions for the online community, and I hope we'll do them justice!For my first #scio13 session, on Thursday (eep!

January 24, 2013 — Scicurious
The Cataclysm: "I Was Just Instantly Buried"

The Cataclysm: "I Was Just Instantly Buried"

A falling tent heralded catastrophe.Until the summer dry season comes, things in the Pacific Northwest are perpetually wet. Edward Smith and his companions, camped 18 kilometers (11 miles) north of Mount St.

January 24, 2013 — Dana Hunter
Death Valley Dreamlapse

Death Valley Dreamlapse

Video of the Week #77, January 23th, 2013: From: Death Valley Dreamlapse by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid . Source: Sunchaser Pictures This week we see a time lapse of the night sky captured with DSLR photography in Death Valley on December 13, 2012, the night of the peak of the Geminid meteor shower, an incredible planetary alignment, and a bit of excitement as some sort of UFO seems to circle through the star trails several times (this shows up at 1:30-1:35).

January 23, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

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