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December 13, 2005

The Library of Congress has a new online collection of color photographs of America in the 1930s and 40s.

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December 12, 2005

Whoa, is it that time already? The New York Times is back with another Year in Ideas. Obviously, you'll want to check out what they have to say about folksonomy.

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December 05, 2005

You may not like the way Bill Gates made his money, but it's hard to disapprove of how he's spending it -- he's put up $450 million to fund 43 projects to develop innovative approaches to feeding, immunizing, and preventing disease in the poorest people in the world. Some of the winning ideas (all of which may be patented, but must be made available cheaply in poor countries) include making the lifespan of female mosquitoes just shorter than the incubation period of a deadly virus they transmit; engineering a tuber packed with nutrients that can thrive in African soil; and applying Sea-Monkey technology to preserve vaccines for transport in dried form.

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Is is just me, or does Saddam Hussein have a bit of a Gabby Hayes thing going on these days?

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