Link Loving 04.03.11

March 4, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • An interactive map of the pro-democracy movements in the Middle East, courtesy of the Wall Street Journal.
  • Carl Pope reveals the painful truth about BP eleven months on from the oil spill.
  • Sarah Goodyear asks why do people in cars hate people on bikes so much? (They don’t in Holland because all drivers also cycle…)
  • I still can’t quite get over the awesomeness of these Avaaz actions paid for by thousands of people all over the world.
  • David Cameron Pretending To Be Common photo blog. Teehee : )
  • Is the future a polyamorous one? Newsweek investigates.
  • Great piece on echo-chambers, social networks and sustainability by Bora Zivkovic.
  • Interesting idea for an app to allow non-protesty people get together for political change. From Joe Smith.
  • McKinsey’s latest report on how effectively businesses influence government. Not effective enough apparently.

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