Saturday, May 29


Good News: Africa's chronic brain drain problem may be starting to reverse itself. ~ BBC News

Adopt a wild horse or burro ~ Desert News

Great pictures of the volcanic eruptions (and fallout) in Ecuador and Guatemala ~ BBC News

"CULTURE: Staunch fundamentalist surprised at final judgement to find King James not an acceptable substitute for King Jesus." ~ XIANITY

Why Amish businesses have a 90% success rate -- "In short, many Amish would rather be righteous than rich -- a lesson that can apply to everyone from Microsoft to mom-and-pop stores." ~ RNS

Daniel Flamberg summarizes The Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism report that shows how social media writers differ substantially from the mainstream press (and from each other) -- "5 Ways Social Media Impacts Journalism" ~ iMedia Connection

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