Primarily because I just played Donovan’s Atlantis (Update: So I followed through and checked out the flick).
Globeandmail.com changed its look back on April 23, and then unveiled what I presume is the full meal deal on Tuesday. But who knows? Observe. Here's how the site looked before: And here it is in its newly minted glory: This new look is much like the Report on Business page unveiled last month. I [...]
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The Tyee's David Beers explains the online publication's new commenting policy. Some excerpts from the May 16 article: Out of 100 Tyee visitors, 90 will read posts (either occasionally or regularly), nine will comment occasionally, and one will comment regularly. That's not so unusual for sites like this, but it makes you wonder: What's holding [...]
Africa now supplies more oil to the United States than Saudi Arabia. Investment of US$50 billion in the next three years is expected. John Ghaviznian, author of Untapped: The Scramble for Africa's Oil, talks to Democracy Now! An excerpt: AMY GOODMAN: Before we talk about Somalia, Ethiopia and Sudan — and what’s not often talked about [...]
George Monbiot — author of Heat: How To Stop The Planet From Burning – talks with Democracy Now! about the climate crisis, and why even the most progessive governments aren't doing enough. Some excerpts: JUAN GONZALEZ: Now, you mention in your book that even those countries that are supposedly most advanced in this, Britain and some [...]