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  • Not exactly breaking news, but further proof that in the Orwellian double-speak of NPR, they call their advertisers "underwriters": They even move the ads around so as to not make them coincide with controversial content.
  • Provita, ***a company staffed entirely by kids under 18***, is working on a project to use mosquitoes to help carry important vaccines.
  • The Economist has posted an article on 'Unemployment in the West' under the title "The quest for jobs". To illustrate it, they have used a photograph with a Great Depression feel to it: two men wearing hats carry suitcases as they walk down a long deserted road. There's a bilboars on the side of the road: Next time try the train. Relax. No mention is made of trains in the whole article, though. Just some subtle product placement...
  • Only in Gitmo East: new lottery system based in carbon credits 2 pound tickets - over half of the money goes towards a prize pool. The rest goes towards sourcing and purchasing community-based offset credits from around the world. NA lottery, anyone?
  • Only in Gitmo East: new lottery system based in carbon credits 2 pound tickets - over half of the money goes towards a prize pool. The rest goes towards sourcing and purchasing community-based offset credits from around the world. NA lottery, anyone?
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