Main – 24 March, 2016

  1. Communicating Data to Drive Change | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  2. Foreign Policy Research Institute
  3. The Rhino Den’s Kerry Patton has a call to… – Ranger Up Military and MMA Apparel
  4. Belgium Attacks: “Sit And Wait” – | @TheRhinoDen | Home Of All Things Military
  5. Main Sit
  6. Preview: Cornel West – CBS News
  7. Slavoj Žižek: Why ‘Political Correctness’ Gets In Its Own Way | Big Think
  8. Are You a Psychopath? Take the Test. | Big Think
  9. Dan Harris: Hack Your Brain’s Default Mode With Meditation | Big Think
  10. 2 Times Steve Jobs Beat the Odds by Using a Forgotten Communication Tool | Big Think
  11. How Social Media is Polarizing Us | Big Think
  12. Big Think | Videos, articles, and tips to help you succeed, from the world’s leading experts
  13. Self-Compassion: The Often Missing Ingredient in Healthy Eating – Mindful
  14. Inside Edge Fielding | FanGraphs Sabermetrics Library
  15. Why the Republican establishment is actually winning – The Washington Post
  16. Leveraging American Ingenuity through Reusable and Open Source Software | whitehouse.gov
  17. This mind-boggling study shows just how massive sea level rise really is – The Washington Post
  18. Why Can’t “I” Be Happy? — Matthieu Ricard – Lion’s Roar
  19. Dru Wynings
  20. Top Stories and Breaking News from Inside.com
  21. The Open Mind, Hosted by Alexander Heffner
  22. The Army Has Lost The Art Of Leadership
  23. Politics – Videos on the People, Issues, and Ideas Changing the World – FORA.tv
  24. Home – Pulse Pledge
  25. When it rains, it pours | Retro Reporter
  26. Mindful.org – Once you understand your personality it’s easy to…
  27. Shambhala – Vision, Lineage, Meditation, Community
  28. Apodeictic dictionary definition | apodeictic defined
  29. 3DownNation
  30. MLB Offense Visualized As Contact Vs. Power
  31. Bear Walk Exercise-shoulder STRENGTH LIKE A BEAR!! – YouTube
  32. Learn How To Propertly Do The Bear Walk Exercise
  33. SlitherineGames – YouTube
  34. Kodo – Spirit of Taiko – YouTube
  35. jojo flores – YouTube
  36. Matthew and the Atlas – Fisherman’s Wife [Full Song] – YouTube
  37. Amitabha Buddha Thangka Medium Plus- High Quality Brocade
  38. Booming Tree on Video
  39. Deborah B. – Edmonton Drum Circle (Edmonton, AB) – Meetup
  40. Here’s how to fix America’s crumbling bridges
  41. Mining for metals in society’s waste
  42. Can drinking water be delivered without disinfectants like chlorine and still be safe?
  43. Evolution of moral outrage: I’ll punish your bad behavior to make me look good
  44. Charlie Rose | charlierose.com
  45. John Kasich, Mainstream Republicans’ Last Hope – The New Yorker
  46. The Great Divide – The New Yorker
  47. After the Fact – The New Yorker
  48. How to Beat Writer’s Block – The New Yorker
  49. CBC News The National: Rex Murphy : Archives
  50. CBC News – The National – Rex Murphy
  51. Being Pure: The Practice of Vajrasattva – – Bodhicharya
  52. Heart Wisdom – Complete Set – – Bodhicharya
  53. Supermassive black holes could be a source of mysterious cosmic rays
  54. Acceleration of petaelectronvolt protons in the Galactic Centre : Nature : Nature Publishing Group
  55. Democratic Transitions
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  1. American cities increased their use of civic engagement tools during the Great Recession, but did not fully embrace citizen involvement in decision-making | USAPP
  2. Fearless Leadership in a Social World | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  3. Alberta’s 50 Most Influential People: The Movers, The Shakers & The Difference-Makers – Alberta Venture
  4. Irvin and Stansbury: Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Participation – Intellitics
  5. Crowdsourcing and Public Participation II – Intellitics
  6. New EIPP Paper: Thoughts on Public Participation in Europe – Intellitics
  7. EU research – Making citizens’ VOICES heard | Ecsite
  8. Global Justice in the 21st Century | commentary on global issues
  9. OneTab extension for Google Chrome and Firefox – save up to 95% memory and reduce tab clutter
  10. Bernie for President? | Jacobin
  11. Jerry Coyne’s ‘Faith Versus Fact’ – The Atlantic
  12. Investing in Climate Change Study l Mercer
  13. News – Forward.com
  14. Protest the War | The Nation
  15. The Political Theology of Climate Denial
  16. Beyond charity, toward justice | American Friends Service Committee
  17. Help Us Strengthen Open Government | whitehouse.gov
  18. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont
  19. Reclaiming Public Education: Common Sense Approaches | Kettering Foundation
  20. Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy | Foreign Policy
  21. Mercer study on climate change and investment risk: Divestment will help you get rich.
  22. hackpad; Public Participation – hackpad.com
  23. Climate of Doubt | FRONTLINE | PBS
  24. International Association for Public Participation (IAP2)
  25. Fearless Leadership in a Social World | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  26. Climate of Doubt | FRONTLINE | PBS
  27. Protest the War | The Nation
  28. Public Participation – hackpad.com
  29. Reclaiming Public Education: Common Sense Approaches | Kettering Foundation

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    1. Province takes meaningful steps toward climate change strategy | Alberta.ca
    2. Pessimism about climate change does not justify inaction | Al Jazeera America
    3. War Machines Are Developing Faster Than Our Ability to Regulate Them | Big Think
    4. Healthy Congress Index | Bipartisan Policy Center
    5. American cities increased their use of civic engagement tools during the Great Recession, but did not fully embrace citizen involvement in decision-making | USAPP
    6. ?Unusual suspects? Effects of technology on citizen engagement | Let's Talk Development
    7. Civil Society in Syria: A Milestone for Sustainable Peace : Building Peace
    8. Peacebuilding with Local Citizens : Building Peace
    9. Connectors and Dividers in Online Spaces : Building Peace
    10. Escaping Crisis, Embracing Data: A Path to Recovery in Zimbabwe : Building Peace
    11. The Shrinking Space for Online Civic Engagement : Building Peace
    12. Civil Power and the Partner State – Commons TransitionCommons Transition
    13. Closed in and crowded out: urbanising against the city – Commons TransitionCommons Transition
    14. Text, Talk, Act is back and powered by this amazing team! | Creating Community Solutions
    15. The Strategic Cost of Torture, Racism, and Bigotry | Center for Strategic and International Studies
    16. Wealth Inequality in the US, 2014 Edition | democracycollaborative.org
    17. There’s No Such Thing as Peacetime | Foreign Policy
    18. Summit to Nowhere | Foreign Policy
    19. Andrew Coyne: Politicians lie because there is no incentive to tell the truth | National Post
    20. How Mindfulness Can Defeat Racial Bias | Greater Good
    21. "What is your business in Council?" – My experience trying to participate in the City of Cape Town's budget | Groundup
    22. WorkFlowy Is a One List to Rule Them All Organization Tool
    23. Introducing Instant Articles | Facebook Media
    24. Oh, Harris. Oh, Chomsky | Metamoderna
    25. Psychologists Have Uncovered a Troubling Feature of People Who Seem Nice All the Time – Mic
    26. Why Piketty isn't Marx – Le Monde diplomatique – English edition
    27. Andrew Coyne: The case for watching our language on Islamism | National Post
    28. New era: Alberta NDP spends extra $624M, but introduces tax hike on wealthy to pay for it | National Post
    29. Let’s discuss Open Co-ops and Commons on Discourse! | Open Co-op Commons
    30. New algorithm can separate unstructured text into topics with high accuracy and reproducibility
    31. Ali Soufan Interviewed on PBS Frontline: Has the U.S.’ Counterterrorism Policy Worked in Yemen? | The Soufan Group
    32. TSG Report Quoted in The Guardian: It’s Dangerous to be so Cosy with the Gulf’s Autocrats | The Soufan Group
    33. Rethinking capitalism, starting in the classroom
    34. [Op-Ed] We Need a Yelp for Civic Engagement to Get the 21st Century Democracy We Want | TechPresident
    35. Why the Iran Nuke Talks Might Fail | The Diplomat
    36. The Nuclear Implications of Iran-Pakistan Tensions | The Diplomat
    37. Russian Intelligence in Kyrgyzstan, Cold War Redux | The Diplomat
    38. Outgoing US Defense Secretary Hagel Warns of Limits of Military Power | The Diplomat
    39. Your Guide to the UN Climate Change Talks | The Diplomat
    40. New urbanism isn't just for liberals — conservatives should embrace it too
    41. Playing the Long Game
    42. Financing the Ecovillage Movement | Converting Businesses to Worker Co-ops | GEO Weekly Newsletter
    43. How We Create “Policymaking Simulations” | Voice Of the People | Campaign for a Citizen Cabinet
    44. What Works Scotland: Closing the commissioning gap: Supporting community and social enterprise through participatory budgeting
    45. Journal / Participatory budgeting: community X-Factor or civic pedagogy? | The Academy of Urbanism
    46. MIT Science Prof Threatens to Undo Everything Religious Right Holds Dear | Alternet
    47. Why Are Americans So Easy to Manipulate and Control? | Alternet
    48. The Rigged Economic System: Why No One Can End Reagan’s “Dead Wrong” Voodoo Economics | Alternet
    49. How Our Media Is Helping America Turn into a Land of Political Idiots | Alternet
    50. Here's How 7 of Bernie's Economic Proposals Would Radically Improve the Majority of Americans' Lives | Alternet
    51. How the Wealthy Rob Our Most Productive People | Alternet
    52. Robert Reich: The Wealthy Have Pulled America Back to the 19th Century | Alternet
    53. Are We Becoming a Theocracy? 4 Fundamentalist Ideologies That Threaten America | Alternet
    54. Episode 59: John Adams & John Marshall
    55. Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians Launch Structural Congressional Reform Effort | Business Wire
    56. The Libertarian Mind: A Manifesto for Freedom | Cato Institute
    57. Journalist Jane Mayer follows money trail to billionaires behind U.S. radical right – Home | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio
    58. Doctors face uncharted territory with doctor assisted suicide ruling | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio
    59. World Forum for Democracy
    60. 'Dear Humanity, We Have a Systems Problem': New Project Aims to Promote Deep Solutions, Radical Transformation | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
    61. My War on Terror: Letter to an Unknown American Patriot | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
    62. Tools and Tips | The Communications Network
    63. Compact for America Compact for a Balanced Budget | Got Fewer than 2 Minutes to Learn How to Save the Republic?
    64. Compact for America Compact for a Balanced Budget | The Ultimate Compact for America Pitch! Seven Reasons Why the Compact for a Balanced Budget is Best
    65. Decisive proof of "conservative distrust in science"? You tell me… – Cultural Cognition Blog – Weekend update:
    66. Group conflict and risk perceptions: two accounts – Cultural Cognition Blog –
    67. Should we care about the public's *climate science* literacy? – Cultural Cognition Blog – What is "ordinary climate science intelligence" *for*?
    68. Will thorium save us from climate change? | Science Matters | David Suzuki Foundation
    69. ‘Supply side’ deficiencies in our parties, parliament, and local government each contribute to our democratic malaise : Democratic Audit UK
    70. Britain is facing a crisis of democracy but the main parties cannot respond : Democratic Audit UK
    71. 6 Ways to Better Manage Your Focus and Improve Your Productivity
    72. Paolo Spada | Participatory Budgeting's Global Success | Foreign Affairs
    73. The Right Way to Lose a War: America in an Age of Unwinnable Conflicts | Foreign Policy Research Institute
    74. America’s “Anti-ISIS Coalition” Never existed. There is No “US-led war on ISIS” | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    75. The Two Contending Visions of World Government: The Origin and Broader Context of Obama’s “Trade” Deals | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    76. Violence: The American Way of Life | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    77. Municipal Recipes – Guerrilla Translation!
    78. Ash Award for Innovation in Governance: Harvard Kennedy School – HKS Live
    79. Irvin and Stansbury: Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Participation
    80. Fifth Assessment Report – Climate Change 2013
    81. A New Theory of Distraction – The New Yorker
    82. Israel’s One-State Reality
    83. Can Obama Duck Lame-Duck Syndrome?
    84. Edward Albee’s Bad Marriages
    85. The Free-Speech Crisis – The New Yorker
    86. Why the Press Is Less Free Today – The New Yorker
    87. Crisis in Mexico: The Protests for the Missing Forty-Three – The New Yorker
    88. Why MOOCs are Failing the People They're Supposed to Help
    89. The Moral Injury – NYTimes.com
    90. How We Learned to Kill – NYTimes.com
    91. About PPF | Participatory Politics Foundation
    92. FRONTLINE | PBS – Climate of Doubt
    93. What Makes Boko Haram’s Atrocities So Hard To Track? | Hunting Boko Haram | FRONTLINE | PBS
    94. The Fight for Yemen | FRONTLINE | PBS
    95. U.S. military role in Afghanistan will still be combat – Philip Ewing – POLITICO
    96. Chance for activists to air ideas after Walter Scott death marks shift – Post and Courier
    97. The Neuroscience of Empathy | Psychology Today
    98. The Philosophical Challenge – PUBLICAGENDA.ORG
    99. “Rabid partisanship”: Paul Krugman eviscerates legal assault on Obamacare and the “corrupt” judges who enable it – Salon.com
    100. Robert Reich: The sharing economy is hurtling us backwards – Salon.com
    101. It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males – Salon.com
    102. The Limits of Discourse : As Demonstrated by Sam Harris and Noam Chomsky : Sam Harris
    103. Memories May Not Live in Neurons’ Synapses – Scientific American
    104. Bedis Bouziri on Tunisia's Participatory Budgeting Initiative – Shareable
    105. Facebook Instant Articles: The future of news looks better than we thought.
    106. How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    107. Fearless Leadership in a Social World
    108. Four Social-Change Results That Innovation Labs Deliver | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    109. Innovating Practice in a Culture of Expertise | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    110. Making Capitalism Work for the Poor | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    111. Preserving the American Dream | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    112. Promoting Government Action on Income Equality | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    113. Transforming Government Funding to Drive Impact | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    114. Making Ideas Move | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    115. James B. Glattfelder: Who controls the world? | Talk Video | TED.com
    116. The Rise of Invisible Unemployment – The Atlantic
    117. How to Build a Happier Brain — The Atlantic
    118. How Columbus Day Fell Victim to Its Own Success – The Atlantic
    119. Appomattox and the Ongoing Civil War — The Atlantic
    120. Why Did We Invade Iraq? – The Atlantic
    121. Jerry Coyne's 'Faith Versus Fact' – The Atlantic
    122. Why Winning the War on Climate Change Will Require a Technocratic Revolution – The Atlantic
    123. US wealth inequality – top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90% | Business | theguardian.com
    124. Why is Thomas Piketty's 700-page book a bestseller? | Money | The Guardian
    125. The secrets of the world's happiest cities | Society | The Guardian
    126. 3 Reasons to Be Optimistic About the Fight to Save the Climate | The Nation
    127. An Illustrated Guide to the Dumbest Things Republicans Have Said About Refugees | The Nation
    128. Bible Belt Buddhism | Tricycle
    129. Robert Reich: If You Want to Know What’s Happened to Our Democracy, Follow the Richest .01 Percent – Truthdig
    130. “Next Steps for U.S. Foreign Policy on Syria and Iraq” | United States Institute of Peace
    131. How politics makes us stupid – Vox
    132. This is an astonishingly good Iran deal – Vox
    133. Bernie Sanders: The Vox conversation – Vox
    134. Having a hard time finding a good place to die? Consumer Reports tells you where to go. – The Washington Post
    135. What happens when housing for the poor is remodeled as luxury studios – The Washington Post
    136. How your brain tricks you into thinking you’re greener than you actually are – The Washington Post
    137. Interfaith activists call solitary confinement immoral, ineffective – The Washington Post
    138. Harvard neuroscientist: Meditation not only reduces stress, here’s how it changes your brain – The Washington Post
    139. From War Room to Boardroom: Leadership Lessons From Two Generals – WSJ
    140. Is vitamin D good for you? – Zanaduu
    141. WorkFlowy – Chrome Web Store
    142. Facing Realities of Race | Consortiumnews
    143. Announcing the Open Policy Network grant-funded projects – Creative Commons
    144. Comparison of Real democracy vs. UK “democracy” – Google Docs
    145. Empeopled | Neil deGrasse Tyson: Politicians Denying Science Is 'Beginning Of The End Of An Informed Democracy'
    146. Our mission in Afghanistan was doomed at the start; nothing could have saved it | Foreign Policy
    147. America Is Losing the War in Syria | Foreign Policy
    148. Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy | Foreign Policy
    149. Public Participation + Open Policymaking – hackpad.com
    150. Kumu – Harness the power of relationships.
    151. Kumu – Community and Manifesto
    152. Re-imagining the IAP2 Spectrum — Medium
    153. Announcing the Open Policy Network grant-funded projects?
    154. Great new piece on research by my much esteemed colleague, Dan Kahan, and his…
    155. RUSI – Dealing With Daesh – The UK’s Role in the Coalition
    156. Direct Action could deliver a useful outcome: carbon trading
    157. Explainer: is Direct Action constitutionally valid?
    158. Islamic State knows its history; to defeat it, we must know ours
    159. Think you know your rhetorical structures? I can't even …
    160. LANDLAB on Twitter: ""#NewUrbanism isn't just for liberals — conservatives should embrace it too" http://t.co/nbbNSQ2r6O"
    161. Events | Balsillie School of International Affairs
    162. Annual Media Panel | Canadian Eyes on World News: Perspectives from Media Leaders | Centre for International Governance Innovation
    163. North America Defaults the Great Game in the Arctic
    164. Disruptive Power: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age- Eventbrite
    165. I am David Boaz, Cato Institute EVP and author of The Libertarian Mind: A Manifesto for Freedom. AMA! : IAmA
    166. Help Us Strengthen Open Government | The White House
    167. Scientist Richard Werthamer on Exxon and climate change | FRONTLINE – YouTube
    168. ? Citizen Engagement MOOC Google Hangout – YouTube
    169. Nuclear Negotiations with Iran – The Latest Progress – YouTube
    170. Knalij Intro Movie – YouTube
    171. The hOurworld Cooperative – YouTube
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    ProCon Analogs

    ProCon Analogs

    1. Dispute Finder – Rob Ennals
      1. Rob Ennals
      2. robennals's think-link at master – GitHub
      3. Rob Ennals – YouTube
      4. Dispute Finder Demo Video – YouTube
      5. Think Link Demo Video – YouTube
      6. Dispute Finder Video from 2010 Intel Labs Berkeley Open House – YouTube
      7. DisputeFinder Talk for ODET2010 – YouTube
      8. Dispute Finder: Making the Call on Web 'Facts' | News | Communications of the ACM
      9. 'Dispute Finder' web tool gives two sides of a story | New Scientist
      10. Confrontational Computing
      11. Dispute Finder : Reveal the other side of the story
      12. Press Coverage
      13. Dispute Finder
      14. Think Link
      15. Welcome to Dispute Finder
      16. The Team
      17. Press Coverage
      18. Confrontational Computing
      19. Think Link
      20. Confrontational Computing – Videos
      21. Dispute Finder is part of the broader Confrontation Computing – Google Search
      22. Rob Ennals
    2. Overleaf: Real-time Collaborative Writing and Publishing Tools with Integrated PDF Preview
    3. The Google app – Voice Search, Answers and Assistance
    4. The Institute for Civil Dialogue – Civil Dialogue Official Site
    5. Conservapedia
    6. New Trail – University of Alberta
    7. Fish tales: Combating fake science in popular media
    8. DTIC.mil
    9. The Governance Lab @ NYU
    10. The GovLab Canvas
    11. Enable mailing list capabilities of Discourse – Meta – Open Knowledge Forums
    12. Planet Open Science – Working Groups / Open Science – Open Knowledge Forums
    13. Moebio Labs website
    14. Scientist Richard Werthamer on Exxon and climate change | FRONTLINE – YouTube
    15. Idea Rally – YouTube
    16. IdeaConnection – YouTube
    17. Collaborative Open Innovation Transforming Corporate R & D – YouTube
    18. MOOC reflections – YouTube
    19. ProCon.org – Pros and Cons of Controversial Issues
    20. Remembering Michael Bauer – Network and Community – Open Knowledge Forums
    21. Continuing strong demand expected for forensic and valuation services
    22. Solve your innovation challenges at IdeaConnection.com.
    23. Faceted Navigation Design Gallery | Elements of Design
    24. Vialogues : Meaningful discussions around video
    25. Health Law Institute – Health Law and Science Policy Group – University of Alberta
    26. TimothyCaulfield – Health Law and Science Policy Group – University of Alberta
    27. Canada Research Chair – Timothy A. Caulfield
    28. Timothy Caulfield | Paceomics
    29. Research Hub – The Centre for e-Democracy
    30. Innovation Policy Lab At the Munk School of Global Affairs
    31. Head to Head – Al Jazeera English
    32. Episodes – Al Jazeera English
    33. Communication Matters by The Communications Network
    34. Public Dialogue Consortium (PDC)
    35. Information Philosophy – Harry G. Frankfurt
    36. The Macdonald-Laurier Institute’s Great Canadian Debates | Macdonald-Laurier Institute
    37. Stupidparty Math v. Myth –
    38. Defining Ideas | Hoover Institution
    39. Hoover Institution local file – Defining Ideas browse by topic
    40. Global Issues – Issues
    41. Global Issues – local files – Military Propaganda for Arms Sales
    42. Sources Subject Index Experts and Information in Sources Directory 2012
    43. Sources – local file Sources/Li_SuA.htm
    44. For & Against – President Bush Is The Reason For Our Economic Depression –
    45. For & Against local files – Politics
    46. OpenScienceLink
    47. Should the US have attacked Iraq? – US – Iraq War – ProCon.org
    48. Top 10 Pros and Cons – US – Iraq War – ProCon.org
    49. Should the US have attacked Iraq? – US – Iraq War – Reader Comments – ProCon.org
    50. Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Good for America? – Obamacare – ProCon.org
    51. Top 10 Pros & Cons – Obamacare – ProCon.org
    52. Yes and No Answers to What Obamacare Does and Does Not Do – Obamacare – ProCon.org
    53. Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Good for America? – Obamacare – Reader Comments – ProCon.org
    54. Carbon Emissions: Cap-and-trade versus Carbon Tax (arguments) – Debatepedia
    55. Top 100 Debates | idebate.org
    56. This House believes launching a military coup against a democratic government can be justified | idebate.org
    57. Controversial Debate Topics & Big Issues | Debate.org
    58. United States Policy Debate | Debate.org
    59. About | Anthology of Ideas
    60. VoteRockIt
    Posted in Geek

    Dharma – Cho – Shambhala

    Dharma – Cho –

    Chod-Dharma

    Source: Dharma – Cho – Shambhala

    Posted in Uncategorized

    C-51 … Harper’s conservatives revert RCMP to days of SA’ s BOSS

    NB: Canadian Anti-terrorism Law; comprehensive (forensic?) analysis by Craig Forcese (professor teaching national security law at the University of Ottawa; participant in the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society) and Kent Roach (University of Toronto law faculty; worked with both the Arar and Air India commissions).
    see also Bill C-51 Backgrounder #1: The New Advocating or Promoting Terrorism Offence by Kent Roach, Craig Forcese :: SSRN, and on Forcese’s National Security Law Blog, this: On Polemics and Substance in Bill C-51 Antiterrorism Act

    1. +c-51 analysis anti-terrorism antiterrorism legislation – Google Search
    2. Canada's Proposed Antiterrorism Act | An Assessment; CDNAantiTerrorismLawAudit
    3. Michael Geist’s antiterrorism act Archives
    4. Tweets: #antiterrorism hashtag
    5. New terror laws must respect Canadians fundamental rights; CanadianProgressiveWorld
    6. (39) State Security and Elite Capture: The Implementation of Antiterrorist Legislation in India (co-authored with Adnan Naseemullah) | Manoj Mate at Academia.edu
    7. Expert says new powers for CSIS a worry; LeaderPost
    8. Remarks by Justin Trudeau on the Anti-terrorism Act | Carolyn Bennett
    9. 2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News; NightsLantern
    10. Irwin Cotler: Debate on Bill C-51 (Anti-Terrorism Act 2015)
    11. Contentious Anti-Terror Legislation: Bill C-51 and its Sociopolitical Implications; McGill International Review
    12. The Tyee: “With Anti-Terrorism Act, Tories again Fail to Protect Canadians”
    13. Dear Megan Leslie’s (NDP MP) speech on the anti-terrorism act
    14. PolicyOptions at IRPP: We need to have an adult conversation about security and Analysis of Gov’t Antiterrorism Act; OPC Concerned
    15. ‘Anti-petroleum’ movement a growing security threat to Canada, RCMP say – The Globe and Mail
    16. Kenney rejects call to increase oversight of national-security agencies – The Globe and Mail
    Posted in Uncategorized

    Pulblic Statement on New US National Security Strategy; “‘Compass’ Through Shifting Security Landscape”

    Posted in Reading now, Society

    Evidence Based Medicine; link heap from NOV2007

    1. Evidence-Based Medicine – About
    2. Edge – The World Question Center 2007
    3. Center for Evidence-based Medicine – CEBM
    4. Critical Appraisal Skills Programme – CASP
    5. cmaj.ca – evidence-based medicine
    6. Health Information Research Unit – HIRU
    7. The Cochrane Collaboration
    8. Centre for Health Evidence
    9. Alberta Heritage Foundation – ForeFront
    10. TEC Edmonton – University of Alberta
    11. JumpStart Program – TEC Edmonton
    12. Alberta Ingenuity Fund
    13. University Technologies International – Ideas. Connected. Partners
    14. Edmonton.com: Business & Economic Dev
    15. Alberta Deal Generator
    16. EBDM – News
    17. Health-Evidence.ca
    18. Health Canada – Population Health Approach
    19. Health Canada Search Results – evidence-based
    20. CHSR/EBDM – Critical Care Medicine
    21. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
    22. Theme: Evidence based medicine
    23. Canadian Medical Association Journal
    24. Cdn Agency Drugs and Tech in Health
    25. Clinical Advances Research and Info Translation – Clarity
    26. EBM Online – Evidence Based Medicine
    27. Brian Haynes
    28. McMaster Online Rating of Evidence – MORE
    29. MACI – Multimedia Advanced Computational Infrastructure
    30. Insight and Action – CHSRF
    31. Decision Support Synthesis – Funding and Granting – CHSRF
    32. Mythbusters & Evidence Boost – CHSRF
    33. Priority Research Themes – CHSRF
    34. Center for Health Dissemination and Implementation Research – CDIR
    35. Listening for Direction – CHSRF
    36. Recognition – CHSRF
    37. Decision Support Systems Resources — DSSResources.COM
    38. D. J. Power – DSSResources.COM
    39. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – CHSRF
    40. Implementation Science
    41. PubMed search results
    42. &etworks | Knowledge Transfer and Exchange | CHSRF
    43. Tools to Help – CHSRF
    44. Canadian Institutes of Health Research – CIHR
    45. Grantsmanship
    46. Grantsmansip Resources
    47. Research Proposal – Beginners’ Guide
    48. GrantWriting Tool: Investigator’s Journal
    49. AAMC: Association of American Medical Colleges
    50. Community Physician’s Network (CPN) – Morehouse School of Medicine
    51. SCIE: Learning organisations
    52. Building a Common Framework
    53. &etwork Notes | Networks – CHSRF
    54. Etienne Wenger home page
    55. Research | CHSRF
    56. Research, Exchange and Impact for System Support (REISS) – CHSRF
    57. Technology for Communities (blog)
    58. Resources | Knowledge Transfer and Exchange | CHSRF
    59. Listening for Direction – CHSRF
    60. Communities of practice – Etienne Wenger
    61. CPsquare – The Community of Practice on Communities of Practice
    62. CEBP:College of Medicine:SUNY
    63. EBM – the Maze at UVa-HSL
    64. Cochrane Reviews
    65. &CCN Updates Occult Primary Guidelines
    66. Evidence-based practice guideline. Exercise promotion: walking in elders.
    67. TauMed – EBM
    Posted in Geek, Society

    Participation; links heaped on 1OCT2013

    1. Challenges to Democracy A public dialogue in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and InnovationChallenges to Democracy
    2. The Demise of the Public Hearing
    3. Daily News Talks: Ken Pereira
    4. Simon Keller, “Partiality” (Princeton UP, 2013)
    5. YANSS Podcast – Episode Nine « You Are Not So Smart
    6. Digital Humanities
    7. Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School.
    8. &asdaq quotes with D3js[092813]
    9. Transforming IT Operations
    10. For scientists in a democracy, to dissent is to be reasonable | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian
    11. A single-payer system, like Medicare, is the cure for America’s ailing healthcare | Bernie Sanders | Comment is free | theguardian.com
    12. Personal Kanban the Book | Personal Kanban
    13. Making All Voices Count – A Grand Challenge For Web Development
    14. How to argue | Comment is free | The Guardian
    15. Finding the business case for sustainability | Guardian Sustainable Business | Guardian Professional
    16. How to use open data to connect local government with the public | Local Leaders Network | Guardian Professional
    17. About | Open Government Partnership Blog
    18. Suppliers | Open Government Partnership
    19. Keeping in Sync as We Open Up | Open Government Partnership Blog
    20. 3quarksdaily: Why does academic writing on international affairs seem to be of little practical value?
    21. UC Davis Philosophy 1 (Mattey) Lecture Notes on Peirce’s “How to Make Our Ideas Clear”
    22. From Civilizing Missions to Collateral Damage: Syria and the Rules of War | Dissent Magazine
    23. Semantic Perception: How the Illusion of a Common Language Arises and Persists
    24. Funders and Financials | Global Integrity
    25. Social cognition – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    26. Social epistemology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    27. Social Epistemology (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
    28. philosophy bites: Robert Talisse on Pragmatism
    29. Andranik Migranyan
    30. Jürgen Habermas (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy/Fall 2009 Edition)
    31. Politics Quotes – BrainyQuote
    32. Knowledge = Innovation
    33. Ideas – International Association for Public Participation
    34. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
    35. The Librarian as Practitioner/Researcher: A Discussion | Horowitz | Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
    36. Browse DeGruyter
    37. About Us | The Panetta Institute for Public Policy
    38. Taylor & Francis Online :: Does public ignorance defeat deliberative democracy? – Critical Review – Volume 16, Issue 4
    39. Deliberative Democracy Defended: A Response To Posner’s Political Realism – Springer
    40. Robert Talisse
    41. The Space of Reasons: Outline of Peirce’s “The Fixation of Belief”
    42. Peirce: The fixation of belief – Google Scholar
    43. About Nina – Nina Munk
    44. The Congress | The Panetta Institute for Public Policy
    45. Richard Rorty’s Platonists, Positivists, and Pragmatists
    46. Decision Management Systems
    47. Matthew J. Brown – Professional Philosophy Page | The Hanged Man
    48. Review of Gerald Gaus, “The Order of Public Reason”
    49. The Order of Public Reason: A Theory of Freedom and Morality in a Diverse and Bounded World // Reviews // Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews // University of Notre Dame
    50. Democratic Progress
    51. Video: Robert Reich on ‘Inequality for All’
    52. Thou shalt not commit logical fallacies
    53. RationalWiki
    54. Robin Wright
    55. Might & Fealty | Indiegogo
    56. Institute of Development Studies: Homepage
    57. Hivos International
    58. Tackling Wicked Government Problems | Brookings Institution
    59. Mark Kingwell – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    60. The Public intellectual in Canada: Amazon.ca: Nelson Wiseman: Books
    61. &ew IPCC Report Will Be Internally Inconsistent and Misleading | Cato @ Liberty
    62. Welcome to Growthology – Entrepreneurship.org
    63. MIT Economics : Jonathan Gruber
    64. Upping the Anti
    65. &ational Issues Forums: Home Page
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    Participation; links heaped on 16SEP2013

    1. Suppliers | Open Government Partnership
    2. Keeping in Sync as We Open Up | Open Government Partnership Blog
    3. Participate Virtually | OKCon – Open Knowledge Conference
    4. The Participatory Budgeting Project | Empowering Communities and Deepening Democracy
    5. E-Participatory Budgeting in San Francisco
    6. Social Good Summit | UNDP
    7. Trial for streamlined planning guidance > LocalGov.co.uk
    8. Public Interest Alberta | Advocating for a Better Alberta for All
    9. Pathways through Participation
    10. UN-HABITAT.:. Home
    11. “sustainable engagement: site:switchandshift.com/ – Google Search
    12. CVHP Community Voices Heard Power
    13. The Librarian as Practitioner/Researcher: A Discussion | Horowitz | Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
    14. Children Display Seven Distinct Roles When Searching Online at Home | Wakimoto | Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
    15. Learning Service – University of Alberta
    16. Participate | Community engagement and consultation at its best
    17. Welcome to Participedia | Participedia
    18. Digital Diplomacy
    19. Découvrez la plateforme “Parlement & Citoyens” | Démocratie Participative
    20. Making All Voices Count – A Grand Challenge For Web Development
    21. Common Sense in Life: Is Twitter losing it?
    22. openAid
    23. Citizen Smith – ParticipateUK
    24. Twyfords – Specialists in Collaboration
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