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    GitMind - A FREE Online Mind Map Tool For creating, sharing and collaborating mindmaps and flow charts.

    gitmind.com
  • Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content

    The program will begin with 'local and national publications in Germany, Australia and Brazil' and is set to expand to more countries soon.

    International Business Times UK
  • New poll: Majority of Scots now in favour of independence

    A majority of Scots are in favour of independence, according to a new poll, with support for splitting from the UK now having been ahead for six months - the longest period ever recorded.

    Mail Online
  • Last Resort Looming: Will Egypt Intervene in Libya?

    Marco Túlio Lara Security, Middle East The fight for Sirte and al-Jufra is at the center of the latest escalation of the conflict. Following the recapture of Tarhuna, the alliance composed of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and Turkey launched a new offensive to retake the cities of Sirte, along the Libyan coastline, and al-Jufra, in the centre of the country, in addition to four other towns. Both cities rank high in terms of perceived importance. The former stands out because it is...

    The National Interest
  • Reddit down: Site and app not working amid major outage

    Reddit has stopped working, leaving people unable to access the site. Users who do manage to get through to the site just see an error message, indicating that the infrastructure underpinning it has

    The Independent
  • Anti-Redskins Protesters Escalate Pressure on Team to Change Name

    Opponents of the Redskins nickname are on the warpath with renewed fury, combining the efforts of media, activists and politicians to call upon team members to refuse to play for Washington. Leading the charge is Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians, an organization representing 500 tribes. She urged Redskins players to refuse to play for the team or any other team with a racist nickname and demanded the team change its name now. Her comments are appearing all over...

    Newsbusters
  • Anti-Redskins Protesters Escalate Pressure on Team to Change Name

    Opponents of the Redskins nickname are on the warpath with renewed fury, combining the efforts of media, activists and politicians to call upon team members to refuse to play for Washington. Leading the charge is Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians, an organization representing 500 tribes. She urged Redskins players to refuse to play for the team or any other team with a racist nickname and demanded the team change its name now. Her comments are appearing all over...

    Newsbusters