Twitter Digest: Sunday, February 24, 2013

  1. Egypt: "We haven't had a revolution. We're in a revolution," says Angus Blair https://t.co/LqSWftUD1u

  2. Your Brain Looks Like a Mondrian Grid Painting https://t.co/FYCi10XYrK This reads too much & not enough into it.

  3. Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear to Tread: Why mapping the human brain matters https://t.co/OxnIcaN1VI

  4. Just because you can go there doesn't mean you won't pollute it: Brain Activity Map expected to receive billions $s https://t.co/fiafXKQXwR

  5. Some of this talk is reckless/dangerous: "Three Radical New Brain-Mapping Tools Obama's Plan Could Deliver" https://t.co/KrOZruOz44

  6. Researchers debate wisdom of brain-mapping initiative https://t.co/WPEyrlRomb

  7. Can you count the ifs? https://t.co/3aXy9LFA0I Anyway, it's interesting.

  8. RT @deseretnews: Jenet Jacob Erickson: Gay marriage debate should focus on children https://t.co/fdt4EvlgpP

  9. Hundreds of Palestinians clash with IDF in support of hunger-striking prisoners — RT News https://t.co/igGen1cIuK

  10. RT @reuters: Divided Egypt opposition attacks Mursi on election call https://t.co/8eZ9TTqvF6

  11. Egypt's SCAF holding meetings in president's absence: Military sources https://t.co/l4NkZeUpuM via @ahramonline

  12. Topiramate Birth Defects - The Cost to Our Unborn Children https://t.co/gi3P21deTi

  13. "'Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell?' -- Jesus Christ..." — Tom Usher https://t.co/ZPeMLZTJNV

  14. RT @GreeGreece: #FF @tavlesh #FF @Genespark @redglitterx @Tokyo_Tom @bondwooley @TomUsher @CelticCamera @ExtremelyAvg @comeonnoles @KhelNaru

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    Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.
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