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“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”
From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book

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3 Major Reasons Drupal 8 is Worth the Investment

Saying a modern nonprofit or business needs a website is like saying the tires on your car need air. Deny it and you’re going to have a bad time.

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Don't forget to bring a jacket!

Ah, springtime in Washington, DC. Where unpredictable weather comes to sow its wild oats.

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The Problem With Automating Forgetfulness

Being the curious internetizen that you no doubt are, you might have read about Viktor Mayer-Schönberger's "Useful Void" proposal (PDF), in which he tackles the problem of individuals' increasingly long tails of digital cruft.

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Mother's Day, Pre-Hallmark

Even if you look past the jewelry, perfume, chocolates, flowers, and puff-paint frames, no one argues that celebrating your mother is not important.

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The greatest presidential ad ever?

While Clinton and Obama have star power and Edwards has rhetoric to be President, NM Governor Bill Richardson has a very impressive resume.

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Auto-Karma at AutoAdmit

It's not nice, I know, to gloat over another person's misfortune, but in this case I think it's alright to marvel at the wonders of Karma.

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pretty darn cool

A free flash-based 3D globe? That's scriptable? Neat! Throw in some IP-based geocoding courtesy of hostip.info and you've got yourself a demo.

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Twitter.ca

As you might've heard, Twitter has just announced a Canadian number for the service. If you're a non-Canadian, you may be wondering what you're missing.

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And the winner is...

The Sunlight Foundation has just announced the winner of their mashup contest. And while our entry didn't take the gold, we're honored to have it named as a finalist.

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Eastern Market, Thanks for the Goat-Gouda

I opened the fridge door and peered in. Alone on the second shelf (yes, I need to go grocery shopping) sat a small, flat brown paper bag. There was

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My hill of beans.

It’s been seven months since the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2006 Annual Meeting, but I find myself coming back to President Clinton’s closing session remarks frequently:

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