Weekly Links March 11th-18th 2011


Terrible sadness.  I would sincerely hope that at some point the people in charge of responding to these situations – on all sides – would stop pointing fingers, championing terrorism, or building more settlements as an act of defiance.  Instead, try to remember that all involved are people – including the murderer, and some serious thought should be given to why (however impossible it is to consider) someone would be driven to do what was done.
Honestly I cannot figure out how it took me this long to realize how amazing TED talks are.  Literally every one I’ve watched is spectacular.
More knowledgable than most on the issues, but yet optimistic
A very well-written tale of an ordinary (if extraordinarily unjust) situation




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