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  1. RIGHT HERE!

    1. Big News of the Week: Gates of Ahn’Qiraj or Anthill is STILL a hot topic, as it is causing extreme Lag/Wait/Outages for MANY Realms. This NEW Event even crashed 27+ servers in the UK. Blizzard now even has the Official Anthill Supply rankings available. We also are looking for info/reviews on the WOW Boardgame.

    2. Rumors & Scuttlebutt: Upperdeck is said to be working on a CCG version of WOW, and some info was slipped in a recent Q&A Session. Bloodelf Mounts are rumored to be a kind of sabertooth lion or lynx. I have also read/heard speculation of the following… Spiders, Bears, Ligers(they are the coolest), or Pure unwavering streams of magic. On a side note, some people are joking that Draenei will ride huge slugs.

    3. Legion of Cain: Want to join us on the Earthen Ring Realm? We can always use some fresh disfigured Horde faces. JOIN US!!!

    4. Drop of the Week: If your looking for the best spot for all your UI/Mod tweaks then Worldofwar.net and Curse Gaming are the ONLY Sites you will need.

    5. Town Cryer: We want to thank Daniel, Propane, Warcraft346, Matt, and everyone for the HUGE influx on emails. Got some Guild/Realm info? Have a questions/info/tips for us then send them in by emailing at… theinstance@gmail.com

    Enjoy the show and get supplies before you take Van Cleef down!

    Here is the link to the Feed and this will never change.http://myextralife.com/ftp/radio/instance_rss.xml

    Here is The Instance #2 – Direct download link.RIGHT HERE!

    http://theinstance.net/2006/01/the-instance-2-go-go-dancing-at-the-gurubashi-arena/

    —Huffduffed by datenkeller 4 days ago

  2. RIGHT HERE!

    1. Big News of the Week: Patch 1.9 was released which includes the first World Event of the Opening of the Gates of Ahn’Qiraj.

    2. Rumors & Scuttlebutt: Is the NEW Alliance Race the swamp dwelling Draenei? When is the Burning Crusade Expansion finally hitting shelves and for how much?

    3. Legion of Cain: Want to join us on the Earthen Ring Realm? We can always use some fresh disfigured Horde faces. JOIN US!!!

    4. Drop of the Week: Looking for the BEST location for all your WOW needs. If your looking for Quests/Loot/Guides then Allakhazam is the ONLY Site you will need. Help keep Allakhazam up-to-date with all the latest WOW info with the WOW Reader, it also keeps a Character listing online for you.

    5. Town Cryer: Got some Guild/Realm info? Have a questions/info/tips for us then send them in by emailing at… theinstance@gmail.com

    Enjoy the show and get cracking on the War Effort!

    Here is the link to the Feed and this will never change.http://myextralife.com/ftp/radio/instance_rss.xml

    Here is The Instance #1 – Direct download link.RIGHT HERE!

    http://theinstance.net/2006/01/the-instance-1-more-deadly-than-the-deadmines/

    —Huffduffed by datenkeller 4 days ago

  3. Stilgherrian · Algorithms and the Filter Bubble, Take 3

    All publication is a political act. All communication is propaganda. All art is pornography. All business is personal. All hail Eris. Vive les poissons rouges sauvages!

    http://stilgherrian.com/conversations/algorithms-and-the-filter-bubble-take-3/

    —Huffduffed by rossp one week ago

  4. BBK (4/9): Guest Eric Kennedy, BigBlueInteractive

    Eric Kennedy of Big Blue Interactive joins John Schmeelk to discuss what Giants fans are saying about free agency and the upcoming draft.

    http://www.giants.com/videos/audio/BBK-49-Guest-Eric-Kennedy-BigBlueInteractive/e01a27b0-0d63-4f3a-9fda-eeb5c472c63c

    —Huffduffed by crzymke one week ago

  5. Late Night Live: The Trouble with Small Farms - Environment - Browse - Big Ideas - ABC TV

    Northern Tasmania boasts some of the richest farming land in Australia - great for dairy, vegetable growing, and increasingly also for high value non-food crops such as poppies and pyrethrum.

    Unlike some other farming regions of Australia that are likely to be adversely affected by global warming, Tasmania has abundant water and, as we approach the mid-21st century, Tasmanian farmers should be well-placed to benefit from what is sure to be a steadily increasing global demand for food.

    So why is it that so many of Tasmania’s small farmers - particularly in dairy and vegetable growing - are experiencing such an uphill struggle to remain viable?

    In recent years, these two industries have been in deep crisis.

    Increasingly our small farmers - not just in Tasmania, but all over Australia - are being ground down by their lack of market power, and by the might of the big two supermarkets, multinational operators who are increasingly taking over the supply chain in Australia, and by the demand by Australian consumers for ever-cheaper food.

    An important warning of the possible future that lies ahead if we’re not prepared to support Australian-grown food came late last year when the vegetable processing company McCain’s closed its plant in northern Tasmania and moved offshore. The brand remains on our supermarket shelves, but the vegetables under the McCain’s label are now imported.

    Last year when the Senate Select Committee on Agriculture held an inquiry into food production in Australia, the committee’s chairman, Senator Bill Heffernan, asked the following question: "How do we produce food that is affordable, from an environment that is sustainable and a farmer that is viable?" That in a nutshell is the theme of tonight’s community forum.

    Radio National host Phillip Adams took his "Late Night Live" team to Burnie to try and find out why the future for farmers supplying Australia’s new upmarket "bread basket" looks more like a "basket case".

    Richard Bovill is farmer activist who grows vegetables.

    In 2005, he led the Fair Dinkum Food campaign which saw a convoy of tractor-driving farmers converge on Parliament House in Canberra. Bovill is a member of a Tasmanian Government committee set up to promote the marketing of Tasmanian vegetables.

    Angelique Abbott represents a new generation of Tasmanian farmers.

    She and her husband run a dairy farmer in the Circular Head region, west of Burnie, while also juggling a veterinarian practice. Abbott wrote a very moving submission on behalf of local dairy farmers to the Senate inquiry into food production in 2009, based on stories of hardship that she gathered.

    Bryan Green is the Deputy Premier and Primary Industries Minister in Tasmania.

    He has been the Labor member for the state seat of Braddon since 1998, which makes him the local member in Burnie.

    He’s also Tasmania’s Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Minister for Energy and Resources, Planning, Racing and Veterans Affairs.

    Neil Armstrong is the co-owner and managing director of Tasmanian fresh vegetable company Harvest Moon, based in the Forth Valley.

    He is a major vegetable farmer who doesn’t need to rely on multinational food processors to get his goods to market on the mainland.

    http://www.abc.net.au/tv/bigideas/stories/2011/05/17/3218040.htm

    —Huffduffed by richweatherill one week ago

  6. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #65: The Future of the Web Stack with Simon St. Laurent

    Is there a new anti-web trend of engineers who are relieved to finally get to use modern techniques when program for the web, tossing out "that icky stuff" and with it, actually trashing years of known best practices? Simon St. Laurent joins Jen Simmons.

    http://5by5.tv/webahead/65

    —Huffduffed by adactio 2 weeks ago

  7. Doctor Who: Toby Hadoke’s Who’s Round 50 (March #10) - Podcasts - Big Finish

    It’s a new Who’s Round, Toby Hadoke’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this 50th instalment, Toby makes quite a big dent in his task…

    Frankly this guy has so little to do with Doctor Who he is barely worth talking to. It is, though, the only interview he gave about the show in its fiftieth year. The first sentence of this paragraph might also be a joke. Part one of a multi-part interview.

    http://bigfinish.com/podcasts/v/doctor-who-toby-hadoke-s-who-s-round-50-march-10

    —Huffduffed by jakbuzz 2 weeks ago

  8. Stilgherrian · Talking Facebook and infidelity on ABC 702 Sydney

    All publication is a political act. All communication is propaganda. All art is pornography. All business is personal. All hail Eris. Vive les poissons rouges sauvages!

    http://stilgherrian.com/conversations/talking-facebook-and-infidelity-on-abc-702-sydney/

    —Huffduffed by rossp 2 weeks ago

  9. The Big Web Show 115: Achieving Empathy for Institutions

    Anil Dash and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss how government, media, and tech shape the world, and how we can influence them in turn. Our first meeting at SXSW in 2002. How selling CMS systems teaches you the dysfunction at media companies and organizations. Working for the music industry at the dawn of Napster. RFP-EZ. The early days of blogging. Designing websites for the government—the procurement problem. If we’re pouring all this time into social media, what do we want to get out of it? How big institutions work and how to have an impact on them. Living in “Joe’s Apartment.” Why, until recently, federal agencies that wanted a blog couldn’t use WordPress or Tumblr and how the State Dept got on Tumblr. Achieving empathy for institutions. Being more thoughtful about what I share and who I amplify on social media. The launch of Thinkup, and a special offer exclusively for Big Web Show listeners.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/115

    —Huffduffed by ysamjo 3 weeks ago

  10. Gravitational Waves from the Big Bang

    http://www.wnyc.org/story/gravitational-waves-big-bang/

    This week, scientists announced that they’ve found evidence of gravitational waves, a long-predicted twist in light from the Big Bang. The finding offers proof of the theory that the universe expanded extremely quickly in the first fraction of a second after it was born. Clara Moskowitz, an associate editor at Scientific American, explains what this discovery means and what it tells us about the creation of the universe.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 3 weeks ago

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