Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Art of Corpocracy – YouTube

Creativity Watch! notes– The political art of Michael D’Antuono is seen in the video–The Art of Corpocracy – YouTube From his website: ‘As an art student in the seventies he studied in New York and Paris. He quickly got work in the advertising … Continue reading

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Get Me to My Fair Lady at the SF Playhouse

Creativity Watch! reviews: Get Me to My Fair Lady at the SF Playhouse–Reviews by Su-Zen and Kat The SF Playhouse offers an intimate setting for an energetically done and exquisitely acted rendition of My Fair Lady.  Under Bill English’s fine directing, … Continue reading

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My Fair Lady–SF Playhouse–Review: Top drawer

July 29, 2012 “Me Fayer Liedee”  (Photo Below–at the SF Playhouse Bar) See also Su-Zen review On July 29, we headed out to see My Fair Lady at the SF Playhouse. We’d never been to the company’s small home on Sutter … Continue reading

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Effective September–The New Patent Law–“America Invents Act.”

The New Patent Law–“America Invents Act.” Excerpt…In September 2012, the “America Invents Act” (AIA) was signed into law.1 Congress studied patent reform for six years. Congress called the new law the first comprehensive patent law reform in 60 years, however, … Continue reading

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Stephen Lewis: As World Spends Trillions on War and Bank Bailouts, Little Money Left to Fight AIDS

    Corpocracy Watch!   CW! notes– Stephen Lewis: As World Spends Trillions on War and Bank Bailouts, Little Money Left to Fight AIDS DOWNLOAD:  VIDEOAUDIOGET CD/DVDMORE FORMATS PRINTER-FRIENDLYTRANSCRIPT | The world’s largest international AIDS conference concludes today in Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

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BBC News – Moon formation: Was it a hit and run accident?

Science Watch! observes Everything depends on what actually happens. Today, CW! launches a feature that covers science–that is what we can and do know. This article deals with space, time, and physical history. Not too long ago, in fact, in … Continue reading

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Website report–July 27, 2012

Website report–July 27, 2012 The Website will gear down for a couple of weeks. We will be taking a rest. Prof. B is in danger of becoming a web-potato. Also, August is upon us, which means some followers will be … Continue reading

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Destroying the Commons | NationofChange

Corpocracy Watch! observes CW! notes–A CW! subscriber sends this on: “An interesting  read from one of my favorites.} T Down the road only a few generations, the millennium of Magna Carta, one of the great events in the establishment of … Continue reading

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“Fuel on the Fire”: Author Greg Muttitt on Oil and Politics in Occupied Iraq, Arab Spring

Corpocracy Watch! observes CW! notes–Amy Goodman’s Democracy Now! interviews  Greg Muttitt. The video is excellent to watch. CW!’ notes the complete interweaving of corporate influence with the actions of the occupying forces. …As you remember, Amy, in January 2007, President Bush announced … Continue reading

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Monstrous iceberg breaks free of Greenland glacier. Is climate change to blame? (+video) – CSMonitor.com

“The floating extension (of the glacier) is breaking apart,” Eric Rignot of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory said in a statement. “It is not a collapse, but it is certainly a significant event.” One difference between the 2010 event and this … Continue reading

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