Canadian Net Neutrality Explained

July 30, 2009

This is a great primer on Net Neutrality and how it is going to impact Canadian users. I wish we could have internet access like we access highways and water and whatnot. The access should be a public utility, not a corporate controlled cash grab. Also check out Save our Net.ca on how to help.

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H1N1 and other flu viruses linked to autism, schizophrenia | The Autism News

July 30, 2009
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H1N1 and other flu viruses linked to autism, schizophrenia | The Autism News Dr. Hossein Fatemi has been testing the H1N1 virus and its impact on fetal development for over 10 years. His findings provide an important link between viral infections in pregnant women and profound mental disease in their offspring. The H1N1 swine flu […]

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Ontario fires back against woman in ad – The Globe and Mail

July 30, 2009
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Ontario fires back against woman in ad – The Globe and Mail The Ontario government has filed a defence against a claim made by a Hamilton woman whos at the centre of the U.S. debate over health care. Shona Holmes is featured in a TV campaign in which she claims she had to mortgage her […]

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Bala Museum’s 100th Birthday

July 29, 2009

Bala Museum’s 100th Birthday, originally uploaded by jasonnolan. Wonderful amish grand parents I chatted with while yuka was judging the 3 legged race at the Bala Museum.

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iNetbook rerendered

July 29, 2009

iNetbook rerendered, originally uploaded by Fotoboer.nl. fake but I’m hopeful

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“Obama has a crip problem…”

July 27, 2009

This article in New Mobility: The magazine for active wheelchair users is interesting… President Obama used his speech on the 19th anniversary of the ADA to outline his disability policies — about time. And as strong an Obama admirer as I am, I think we’re in trouble. It reminds me that big picture people keep […]

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Teenager convinces airline bosses that he is an aviation tycoon | The Autism News

July 20, 2009
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Teenager convinces airline bosses that he is an aviation tycoon | The Autism News The police will not be taking action against the teenager, who is reported to suffer from a form of autism and to be able to recall the exact detail of every airline’s flight schedule. Gotta love that. Never would have occurred […]

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Dolphin Digital Media is Invited to Participate At D.A.R.E International Training Conference

July 19, 2009
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Dolphin Digital Media is Invited to Participate At D.A.R.E International Training Conference Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. (OTCBB:DPDM), a creator of secure social networking websites for children utilizing state-of the-art fingerprint identification technology, is pleased to announce its invitation to participate at the D.A.R.E. International Training Conference being held July 21-23, 2009 at Disney’s Coronado Springs […]

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Challenging popular myths about autism | The Autism News

July 19, 2009
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Challenging popular myths about autism | The Autism News Myth #1: All autistic people are nonverbal and low functioning. Myth #2: Autism is a mental illness. Myth #3: Autistic people lack empathy. Myth #4: Autistic people are antisocial. Myth #5: Autistic people don’t make eye contact because they don’t care about what people have to […]

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Disorderly genius: How chaos drives the brain – life – 29 June 2009 – New Scientist

July 18, 2009

Disorderly genius: How chaos drives the brain – life – 29 June 2009 – New Scientist HAVE you ever experienced that eerie feeling of a thought popping into your head as if from nowhere, with no clue as to why you had that particular idea at that particular time? You may think that such fleeting […]

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