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WordPress 3 Template Hierarchy

Where to find the template for “that” page…

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Google Doc Templates – Not in Apps for the Organization!?

If you use the free, Standard Edition of Google Apps, your admin control panel will give you the illusion that you can enable the use of document templates on your domain. But it won’t work, and there is a hidden note to this

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Monsanto’s New Sweet Corn, Another Unregulated, Unlabeled Frankenfood

Organic Bytes #289 Government regulation of genetically engineered crops, already weak, is increasingly non-existent. The latest example of this new hands-off policy is the commercialization of Monsanto’s first flagship product for the produce aisle: genetically engineered sweet corn, containing the

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How Aspartame Became Legal – The Timeline

From Rich Murray – rmforall@att.net 12-24-02 From Norfolk Genetic Information Network (Taken from Welcome to the Spin Machine by Michael Manville http://www.freezerbox.com/archive/2001/04/biotech/ http://www.freezerbox.com/ ) In 1985 Monsanto purchased G.D. Searle, the chemical company that held the patent to aspartame, the

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Using software to model death row outcomes

27 April 2005 | Christian Science Monitor by Susan Llewelyn Leach Convicts on death row can wait for years while appeals are filed and protests lodged. Many never get beyond this limbo. Others are executed. What determines the final outcome?

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Internet Security Expert: “To keep on using [Microsoft’s] IE is like playing the lottery”

Microsoft’s browser dominance at risk as experts warn of security holes 5 July 2004 | Independent [London] by Charles Arthur, Technology Editor Its curved blue “e” sits on almost every computer desktop in the world, but the global dominance of

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Check out payphone-project.com

Hello, Pay Phone Information? Enthusiast Provides the Answer May 13, 2004 | New York Times by IAN URBINA It started as an art project. Blue spiral notebook in hand, Mark Thomas spent afternoons walking the streets of Manhattan, compiling the

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