Bookshelf of Influenza Resources →
Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard held a conference about reporting on pandemics. Excerpts from the conference were published on-line in the Spring 2007 Nieman Reports. Maryn McKenna…
[resources, H1N1, pandemic, influenza] H1N1...
H1N1 Influenza Center | From the Publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine http://h1n1.nejm.org/ including the archive— “These articles from our archive include descriptions of avian influenza A, the 1976 swine flu epidemic, the 1918-1919 influenza epidemic, and even the influenza epidemic of 1837. Also included are review articles on the management of seasonal...
[trash, SWMP, pandemic, H5N1] Bird Flu Virus...
Bird Flu Virus Remains Infectious Up To 600 Days In Municipal … By Zamp Amid concerns about a pandemic of swine flu, researchers from Nebraska report for the first time that poultry carcasses infected with another threat - the “bird flu” virus - can remain infectious in municipal landfills for almost 2 … http://www.biotopics.zampbioworld.org/2009/05/31/7852 ...
Village letter: Yukon fishermen to defy rules,... →
There were so many of them - more fish than river, a kind of meandering fleshy...– They paved paradise - The Boston Globe
Domestic terrorists kill again, in Kansas →
Homeless people and the Internet →
CP_Branswell: WaPo's Brown's terrific piece on how... →
Sarah Palin writes news opinion columns! (Well... →
Group lists state's at-risk historic sites →
Scientist finds fungus gnats survive winter... →
information ecology archives of information... →
Much of Information Habitat’s focus has been on the development of a series of web sites, with a focus on the creative application of freely available online tools in support of the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development and related international decades.
Artist's Yukon River documentary debuts →
Macaroni infected with Campylobacter →
Half of aged care residents 'too sick to eat' →
Arctic Village Hosting Refuge Celebration →
xenijardin: (Guate) some gravely serious but... →
xenijardin: (guate) let's just say the sign... →
Pixar's Up House Could Really Fly →
Mental problems of Samis unsolved →
Turn a Five Gallon Bucket into a Rust Removal... →
Village letter: Yukon fishermen to defy rules,... →
Time-Lapse Video of Massive Change on Earth →
Villagers denounce Yukon king closures →
Tinkering to the future– http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/boingboing/iBag/~3/bC32grmAt3s/alex-pang-on-tinkeri.html According to MIT professor Mitch Resnick, tinkering might look at first like traditional engineering, but it is very different. Both are about designing and making things; but engineering tends to be...
femainfocus: Ineligible For Aid? FEMA May Just... →
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Tinychat Creates Disposable Multimedia Chat Rooms... →
[sciencing, H1N1, pandemic, analytical...
When Egypt killed the pigs, it undermined a way of life By Jeffrey Fleishman In Cairo, tens of thousands of trash collectors who raised pigs lost most of their income when the government, out of an unfounded fear of swine flu, ordered the animals killed. http://hlthenvt.tumblr.com for Grassroots Science Edublogging, FYI Sci.TEK teachers Biocultural Science & Management A Little Red Hen [a...
School Kids Missing Meals in Summer →
Painting The World's Roofs White Could Slow... →
Preliminary Flood Damage Estimates Emerging →
How do they come up with words for the National... →
Tanana seeks normalcy as flood evacuees return... →
TANANA Children from this Yukon River village came home Sunday after 12 days in Fairbanks far from flooded houses, bringing brightness and laughter to residents weary of weeks of drying out soaked belongings, spraying down surfaces contaminated by oil and fecal matter and bulldozing ice boulders from city streets. http://hlthenvt.tumblr.com for Grassroots Science Edublogging, FYI Sci.TEK...
FDA lists fraudulent flu-related products: CIDRAP...
>FDA lists fraudulent flu-related products Since May 1, when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), vowed to aggressively pursue businesses that promote unapproved or unauthorized products related to the novel H1N1 flu, the agency has added 72 items to its list of fraudulent H1N-related products. The products range from air filtration systems to protective equipment to nutrition supplements....
[environmental change] Dust storms speed snowmelt...
Dust storms speed snowmelt in the West By Nicholas Riccardi An unusually high number of the storms has left a film of dust on the Rocky Mountain snowpack, causing it to melt earlier and forcing farmers to adjust. This could be the new normal, scientists say. http://hlthenvt.tumblr.com for Grassroots Science Edublogging, FYI Sci.TEK teachers Biocultural Science & Management A Little Red Hen...
Fairbanks woman contracts swine flu →
Career lessons from Susan Boyle's success →
[IT, public involvement, analytical anthro,...
* Blog: >Do not rush! Talk to community people to find their information requirements Last five days I was at kurigram, a remote district of Bangladesh in monitoring and evaluation visit. PASS, a local NGO established a telecentre in this area with the technical assistance of D.Net. During M&E visit usually I meet community people to know quality of service delivery and to evaluate...
Suicide rate rises for 4th consecutive year →
Burning crops darken Arctic sky, speed polar melt →
Would have been an 'insult' not to accept seal... →
Study cites 'slow-motion' threat from Alaska's... →
What Kind of Tech User Are You? Pew Quiz →
The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts. So this quiz of…
Palin's letter to Obama over rural emergency →
King Island and the American fur traders →
State Begins Process for Getting Federal Disaster... →
Assessment of flood damage under way on two rivers →
Yukon River Completes Breakup Run →