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Subsequently, I think a lot about what I read & write
Now these notes are going live on the world wide web.
I like to think of it as 'plunging' the cr** out of news media, gathering facts and making occassional predictions (that are correct 97.8% of the time)

» Are you mental? Come Work here! - The Economist Online must read: IN PRAISE OF THE MISFITS...

The classified job listing for this would probably run something like this… “Are you “mental”?  PERFECT! We want you for your medically diagnosed psychosis!”  This Economist article delves into the business professions those with different psychological disorders thrive at.  The misfits may get ahead in the down economy with this intriguing and informative article.

-WEBPLUNGA Synopsis for ‘ya (Thanks to Arjan Singh of Lawyerfy.com for sending this to MRB for reading)

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07/10/2012

What Twain, Woolf, Roth, Morrison and more tell us about growing up and growing old.



http://onpoint.wbur.org/2011/03/10/life-stages-literature

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“ Americans Increasingly Shy Away from Stocks „
HBR’s DailyStat

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“ HBR.org: Lawsuit-Protection Insurance Leads Execs to Make Poor Choices „
http://web.hbr.org/ds/061212

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Nike’s Advertisement/Viral Youtube video whose #MakeItCount campaign inspires in words as much as its concept invigorates.  Enjoy this well done attempt to woo the web from Nike.

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Nicely summarized NPR, wish you would have gone back even further than the 90s to make this even more dramatic looking… Nonetheless WEBPLUNGER hearts Infographics!

Nicely summarized NPR, wish you would have gone back even further than the 90s to make this even more dramatic looking… Nonetheless WEBPLUNGER hearts Infographics!

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05/02/2012

» So, what if you were cruising along in your giant yacht, only to be abruptly stalled by this: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GOOD Magazine Transparency Ed.)


By now, most of us are aware that there is a large patch of floating plastic in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. What you may not know is that…

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