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Verbal and Semantic Processes in Social Tagging

What happens when people tag resources on the Web? Do they just mindlessly copy other people’s tags, or do they generate tags from a deliberate and meaningful activity? 181 more words

Nature is the Dummy

“If it could be said by Roland Barthes, in 1973, that in matters of textual interpretation “everything signifies ceaselessly and several times” today’s organizational agendas demand instead that everything circulates ceaselessly and productively. 79 more words


Can Syriza be a Beacon for Left Parties in Europe?

By Jason Iliou

Greece turned a major page in its political history electing the first radical left party in parliament after years of center and right-wing governments. 1,701 more words


Foreign fighters and European responses

In the light of the terrorist attacks in Paris in January 2015, the spotlight has fallen on the phenomenon of foreign fighters. These radicalised citizens of EU member states pose a threat to security, having been trained to fight and hardened against Western values in the war zones of Syria and Iraq. 1,711 more words


OEW Skydive Radio Interview January 2015

I would like to thank Dave at Skydive Radio for having AXIS Flight School on his show to discuss the Operation Enduring Warrior Project! Skydive Radio is the world’s leading internet radio show dedicated to the sport of skydiving.  34 more words


The Divining Root

New review by Neil Robbins II is out online at Journal of Experimental Botany!  Review covers the response of roots to moisture at the micro and macro scales and discusses research related to osmo-sensing and hydropatterning in roots.   42 more words