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What journalists can learn from scientists and the scientific method — Poynter 10 Things Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach You About Street Photography — EricKimPhotography.com The One Must-See Documentary? — New York Times The Battle Over Zomia — The Chronicle of Higher Education on issues surrounding “The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of […]

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The eye of the Buddha: How Myanmar is moving ever closer into China’s orbit — The Economist‘s review of Where China Meets India: Burma and the New Crossroads of Asia, by Thant Myint-U. Interview: Robert Gottlieb, The Art of Editing No. 1 — The Paris Review, Fall 1994 Scientists Crack The Physics Of Coffee Rings […]

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Inside North Korea — Remarkable photos from the AP at The Atlantic‘s In Focus blog. How to Beat the High Costs of Dialing Abroad — New York Times Getting Bin Laden: What happened that night in Abbottabad — The New Yorker. Advanced Style blog: “Proof from the wise and silver haired set that personal style […]

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Some Thailand-related, some not: The Foxification of news: In the internet age, transparency may count for more than objectivity — The Economist ‘Page One’ Excerpt: How The New York Times learned to stop worrying and love the blog — Poynter.org Byliner: “Discover & discuss great reads by great writers.” — Byliner.com What’s Scrabble When You […]

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Some Thailand related, some not… Q+A-How will Thailand’s election affect listed companies? — Reuters After 40 Years, the Complete Pentagon Papers — New York Times North Korea defectors take to the “Underground Railroad” — GlobalPost Suvarnabhumi Airport Time Lapse — Thailand.TV Geeks at the Beach: 9 intriguing summer reads (and a video) about technology’s turning […]

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Some Thailand related, some not… Nearly 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism — The Atlantic El Bulli Is the Greatest Restaurant in the World — New York Times Is it possible to pirate-proof a yacht? — BBC News A Year at War: The Chaos of War, Up Close — New York Times Action figures of “four […]

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Some Thailand-related, some not: E.T. Phones Thailand and Picks Up the Tab for the Call — Wall Street Journal Business Class: Freemium for News? — Information Architects Rights Group Urges Prosecutions in Thai Violence — New York Times Shakespeare and the Will to Deceive — New York Times Better Than Renting Out A Windowless Room: […]

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Some Thailand-related, some not. Singapore’s ‘Mentor’ Seeks a Sturdy U.S. — Wall Street Journal The miracle of iodine: How 10 cents and some table salt can raise IQs in the developing world — GlobalPost Thailand Caught on the Thaksin Rebound — Wall Street Journal Does journalism work? — JonathanStray.com Peruvian Chefs Add Flavor to Quito, […]

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Some Thailand-related, some not: On ‘Radiolab,’ the Sound of Science — New York Times (Don’t miss the multimedia piece, with sounds from the show.) How One Radio Reporter Ditched His Equipment for an iPhone 4 — MediaShift Former Los Angeles Laker Ike Nwankwo brings hoops to Bangkok — CNNGo Bangkok Activists fight to stop dam […]

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Some Thailand related, some not… An election will not fix Thailand’s woes — Pavin Chachavalpongpun at East Asia Forum The Challenges of Working Remotely — HappyCog.com Lessons from Late Night — Tina Fey in the New Yorker (Subscription only. Worth seeking out and reading.) How Many Americans Have a Passport? The Percentages, State by State […]