Link Loving 09.05.11

May 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • Richard Black on the amazing Alec Loorz, a 16-year-old who says he is suing the US government on their lack of climate action.
  • Not On The Wires. A group of journalists devoted to producing and sharing interesting stories from people all around the world.
  • Five lessons from the AV referendum. I fear Mark Wallace is right.
  • Tina Fey is back as Sarah Palin. *JOY*
  • Freedom of Information requests reveal that BP officials openly discussed how to influence the work of scientists conducting independent research into the consequences of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. Natalya Sverjensky.
  • Powerful open letter from Clifford Singer to the owner of the Daily Express, Richard Desmond.
  • Africa’s demographics are changing – one in three now middle class. David Smith. Andy Sumner has a wider critical look.
  • Michael Ignatieff, ex-leader of the Canadian Liberals has an endearing goodbye message. Richard Gowan.
  • Meredith Warner suggests using the Fibonnaci Sequence as a way to accurately plan timings.

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