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What’s Your Story, Company Glory?

Telling your company story to your employees is already an old tale, a cliché that would definitely make them sleepy and bored. I heard this from a friend, and although I believed the half of it, I know that company ...

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Chatroulette Update, new chat roulette imminent?

New users are eagerly awaiting the new version of chat roulette, so what’s next for the overnight phenomenon?

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Rare Bill Hicks Material Discovered

by Mick Meaney Previously unreleased material by the late comedian, Bill Hicks, is about to be released. Get your copy here. The recordings containing never-before-seen performances from the early 80′s, include audio from a performance in San Ramon, California, and ...

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Ancient DNA set to rewrite human history

The worlds of ancient and modern DNA exploration have collided in spectacular fashion in the past few months. Last week saw the publication of a long-awaited draft genome of the Neanderthal, an archaic hominin from about 40,000 years ago. Just ...

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Probation Officers Attitude Conficts With Government Policy

By John Deering This paper reveals that the attitude of recently recruited probation officers conflicts with the Government’s view of probation as ‘punishment in the community,’ with a focus on protecting the public. The author interviewed over 100 trainees entering ...

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Victims of the Drug War Are Forced to Resort to Bizarre Legal Defenses

By Kevin Carey | On November 16, 2005, Willie “Bo” Mitchell and three co-defendants — Shelton “Little Rock” Harris, Shelly “Wayne” Martin, and Shawn Earl Gardner — appeared for a hearing in the modern federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The ...

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America’s never-ending prohibition

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – America‘s alcohol prohibition lasted 13 years, filled the country’s prisons, inspired contempt for the law among millions, bred corruption and produced Al Capone. What it did not do was keep Americans from drinking.   America‘s marijuana prohibition ...

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The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies

By Bruce Mirken | The United States has some of the world’s most punitive drug policies and has led the cheering section for tough “war on drugs” policies worldwide, but a new international study suggests that those policies have been a ...

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The Big Outcome of the ’60s: The Triumph of Capitalism

By Slavoj Zizek | In 1968 Paris, one of the best-known graffiti messages on the city’s walls was “Structures do not walk on the streets!” In other words, the massive student and workers demonstrations of ’68 could not be explained in ...

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Now experts say cannabis should be legal

By David Maddox | CANNABIS should be legalised and taxed, an influential Scottish think tank recommended yesterday, just weeks after the Government hardened its attitude towards the drug, reclassifying it as a class B substance. The Scottish Futures Forum yesterday ...

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