Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Leave the cereal.

I'm going to check my email...
N-O-W !!!!

cat, cereal and email. Broken Vulture Art.

Copying the humpback whale's flipper may increase wind power efficiency.
"... turbines manufactured with WhalePower blades would be capable of capturing energy where the wind is less strong, as conventional turbines tend to stall when wind speeds fall too low. Not only would this improve the business case for individual wind farms, it broadens the natural geography suitable for large-scale wind generation."

Medicine's Cutting Edge: Re-Growing Organs

Canadian concerns over Google services and the US Patriot Act, conflicting with Canadian privacy laws.

As a result of the sentencing of six Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug band members to six months in jail for contempt of court, Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Stan Beardy has suspended Northern Table discussions with Ontario.

Oil exploration in Amazon threatens "unseen" tribes

Ancient Global Dimming Linked to Volcanic Eruption.

John Trudell: "How Does Tommorrow Dream?"

John Trudell on Wikipedia.

New Tim Giago article, "Include the Invisible Americans in Race Debates".

Artblog, C-Monster.Net.

Native Youth Movement calls for boycott of 2010 winter olympics.

Wind River Development Fund.
"... WRDF now operates as an independent, non-profit community development financial institution serving the Wind River Indian Reservation..."

How to make a radio show, from CBC radio program "Spark".

Developing bonds at the Spring Buffalo Feast.
"If museums have a future at all, it has to be a future together with Indian country," said Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, curator of anthropology. He described Denver as the "epicenter of contemporary Native American society" because of the presence of many surrounding tribal nations and the metro area's more than 25,000 Indian residents.
Hundreds of pounds of buffalo meat donated by the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of South Dakota were being prepared for nearly 1,000 guests at the annual feast..."

Visions in Feminism Conference, March 29, Washington DC.

You have a year to get it together, but only a couple months until deadline. 14th Native American Film + Video Festival. New York, NY; March 26 - 29, 2009. Deadline is August 15, 2008.


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