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  • J3sept shared from Ex-Stanford president says Japan's universities need to get priorities straight in the News/Features section of Asahi Shimbun by LOUIS TEMPLADO AJW Staff Writer
    curriculum
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  • J3sept shared from BOOKS TO LOOK FOR in the DEPARTMENTS section of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Free Exclusive Digest by Charles de Lint
    simple: Troy Jonson
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  • J3sept shared from BOOKS TO LOOK FOR in the DEPARTMENTS section of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Free Exclusive Digest by Charles de Lint
    originally
    Note: qwertyuiop
  • J3sept shared from a Personal Document
    source represents some revolutionary concepts being thrown at an industry that thought it had all of its fundamental structures worked out. It gives customers control over the technologies they use, instead of
  • J3sept shared from a Personal Document
    There have always been two things that would be required if open-source software was to materially change the world: one was for open-source software to become widely used and the other was that the benefits this software development model supplied to
  • J3sept shared from Accounts Receivable Management Best Practices by John G. Salek
    the two losses and the risk that receives the most management attention. The high-profile bankruptcies of the past several years (Enron, WorldCom, Kmart, Fleming, etc.) have driven this reality
    Note: cvb
  • J3sept shared from Accounts Receivable Management Best Practices by John G. Salek
    Naturally, bad debt loss is the more devastating of the two losses and the risk that receives the most management attention. The high-profile bankruptcies
    Note: fgb
  • J3sept shared from Accounts Receivable Management Best Practices by John G. Salek
    time. Naturally, bad debt loss is the more devastating of the two losses and the risk that receives the most management attention. The high-profile
    Note: fgg
  • J3sept shared from A Series of Unfortunate Events #8: The Hostile Hospital by Lemony Snicket
    the code for the end of a sentence STOP. But there is another reason why a writer would end
    Note: zc
  • J3sept shared from A Series of Unfortunate Events #8: The Hostile Hospital by Lemony Snicket
    Baudelaire orphans stopped. It was early in the morning, and the three children had been walking for hours across the flat and unfamiliar landscape. They were thirsty, lost, and exhausted, which
    Note: f