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  Sunday, October 16, 2005

Flu Wiki, via Interesting People.

This site is a collaborative resource that aims to provide comprehensive information and deep background on avian influenza. Its purpose is to help local communities prepare for and cope with a possible influenza pandemic a task previously ceded to local or national public health agencies. It also seeks to serve as a repository of facts and as a knowledge pool useful for anticipating the vast range of problems that may arise if a pandemic does occur. It is designed to complement, support and extend the planning, preparation and implementation efforts of civil authorities.

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(Via Skeptico.)

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Sometimes there's nothing like a good Googlebomb!

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11:01:39 AM    comment []

Amazing Finnegans Wake Search Engine!

This site houses a collection of over 71,000 notes related to James Joyce's last work, Finnegans Wake, amassed from numerous written sources. This site also houses a search engine to allow you to search the entire collection.


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Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly finds the ongoing CIA leak scandal deeply troubling.

Of course, what bothers O’Reilly isn’t that the top adviser to the President of the United States may have outed a CIA operative to punish a whistleblower. It’s that that top advisor may be held accountable. From last night’s O’Reilly Factor with Juan Williams and William Kristol:

O’REILLY: What about Karl Rove, Juan? If he is indicted, I just don’t know what’s going to happen to the country. I don’t want chaos in the executive branch.

Later in the segment, O’Reilly took it a step further:

KRISTOL: On Karl Rove, I very much want to agree with you, Bill. I am worried about what happens to the administration if Rove is indicted. I think it’s the criminalization of politics that’s really gotten totally out of hand.

O’REILLY: You know, it’s just bad for the country.

O’Reilly has it wrong. The problem isn’t the “criminalization of politics.” It’s the criminals in politics.

(Via Think Progress.)

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