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Public Address 19/08/08 - Tear down this wall

Public Address 19/08/08 - Tear down this wall

I've been hybridising for a while now ... | Aug 19, 2008 11:35
Russell Brown's Hard News
I gather the unprecedented freedom of content on the Listener website this week is not entirely intentional, but it does provide a happy opportunity to link to Jane Clifton's Politics column in a week in which she ventures on the blogosphere and the associated...
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Tear down this wall. | Aug 19, 2008 09:46
David Slack on his own account
Ingrate that I am, I don't give nearly enough thanks to the God of private enterprise that I no longer work in a cubicle. I should. Those things are death traps. HowStuffWorks catalogues the harm they do: high blood pressure, heart attack, chronic fatigue, musculoskeletal disorders, diabetes, depression, substance...
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