July 28, 2004
From Class Tonight
Where Computers Go to Die
See also Recycling Poison: Inside China's E-Waste Workshops
And those stories on brands/identity systems: The Inner Doughboy and part two of the story, The Mr. Peanut Chronicles.
Oh, and I wanted to add that, as you recall, Ben mentioned that the University of Minnesota is one of only about eight universities in the country to have a blog initiative like UThink (I know Harvard and the University of South Florida have blog systems too, but I'm not aware of the others). Well, it's highly likely that you guys are the first class -- definitely among the first, at any rate -- to use it for a course weblog. We're making history in our little way.
Posted by ratli008 at July 28, 2004 8:50 PM
Clancy I found your link on Mr.peanut chronicle useful in the sense that by reading the column by Dr. Robert Burton I concluded that the medical questions need always to be asked in a right manner and the results must be approached appropriately. In additin,I found some information on strogen hormones replacement therapy that was analyzed based on Dr. Burton's perspectives. above all, I e-mailed Dr. Burton for an health issue question in order to have also his opinion--Sohaila
That's great! I hope he emails you back. Some media columnists are good about writing back to readers, but some aren't.
I lived in China and while China is a Super Power (rivaling the US), it has a LONG way to go when it comes to environmental issues. It seems that there is little regard to the damage they are doing to the planet. I really wish for China to prosper but I more so would like to see the Earth prosper.