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Architecting Brennan Center's Interactive Map Building Tool

Our own devilishly handsome Project Manager and #1 Giants fan Tony Guzmán already wrote about the U.S. State Map building tool we created for the Brennan Center for Justice. Now I'm going to outline a bit of the underlying architecture, built on Drupal 7.

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The Sandbox of Geo-Political-Corporate Censorship

With the help of companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and Juniper, China continues to be quite successful in censoring access to the Internet within its borders.

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The Business of Blog Watching

Wanna be in a focus group? If
you're a blogger, or partcipate in an online community or
forum, there's a chance you already are in a focus group. In fact, you
could be part of the biggest focus group ever.

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The Usual Suspects

Granted, I’ve talked
about

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What John Edwards and I are reading

On my "What I've Been Reading Lately" list is the book The Working Poor, by David Shipler. From the description of the book on Amazon.com:

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The Beginning of Blog Storm

Sometimes, as a blogger, it's
easy to get caught up a blog storm without realizing how many people
don't even know it's going on. After relating this story to some folks --
EchoDitto team members -- on the way to lunch, I thought I'd write it down. It's

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We're Off to India!

Could this possibly be the
first blog post from  on board a
commercial cross-Altantic flight
?
As if London

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Worth waiting for

Today is a special day for anyone who's been following the ongoing saga of Republican Leader Tom DeLay's ethical misadventures.

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Putting the Intern back in International Justice Day

How many law students quit full-time university jobs to take internships at small progressive technology consulting firms? At least one.

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2008 Presidential Wire

Patrick Ruffini, a former Bush/Cheney '04 Webmaster, has created the first 2008 Presidential Wire, an aggregator for all blog posts and MSM stories covering potential presidential contenders of both the Democratic and Republican parties.

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A "Right To Be Heard"

There's an evolving discussion on the blogs today about the politics of web technology providers. The focus is on Convio, Inc., an Austin-based company that made its name last year providing web services to the Dean campaign.

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