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Intellitech Alumna/alumnus business, entrepreneurship, life science, technology, venture

Intellitech follows innovation, particularly in start-up companies, across greentech, life science, and technology companies. While there are a handful of Silicon Valley blogs following similar news and events, Intellitech is meant to be a platform where anyone can become an author and contribute. If interested in writing a post email me at intellitech.blog@gmail.com.

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In the Arena Alumna/alumnus children, education, health

I write mostly about health, technology-based education, children, and other general things.

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In Pursuit of Zen Alumna/alumnus Aeroprise, Anand, Chandrasekaran, entrepreneurship, independent film, media, mobility, Tapestries of Hope

Anand Chandrasekaran's blog on mobile technologies, consumer media, Stanford guest lecturing and entrepreneurship.

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iinnovate: entrepreneurship & innovation Alumna/alumnus business, entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, podcast

A podcast by students of Stanford University's Business and Design Schools.

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I'm Just a Blog Individual Student music, story, sun

AN (ALMOST) DAILY BLOG TYPICALLY ABOUT MUSIC, LIFE, AND THE UNIVERSE

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich Alumna/alumnus banking, budget, career, entrepreneurship, finance, invest, investing, money, rich, roth, roth IRA, saving

A blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Featured in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich Alumna/alumnus banking, budget, career, entrepreneurship, finance, invest, investing, money, rich, roth, roth IRA, saving

blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Featured in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. By alumnus Ramit Sethi.

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Huffington Post: Robert Sutton Individual Faculty leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research more
How to Change the World Alumna/alumnus high tech, media, social media, technology

Alumnus Guy Kawasaki's blog about technology and social media.

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How They Got Game Library archives, Digital Games, Digital Preservation, games, history, video games, virtual worlds

Website and blog of the How They Got Game project.

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Hemoblogin Administrative Group blood donation, health, research

Follow the adventures of Scarlett O'Negative as she frequents local sites and eateries. Watch out for her subtle trivia contests. You’ll also find profiles of Stanford Blood Center employees, wonderfully irreverent and informative posts about blood banking, entries about our Café Scientifique lecture program, and guest bloggers.

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Help Yourself Individual Student entrepreneurship, improvement, innovation, inspiration, personal development, technology

Help Yourself is a blog about improvement: the key to success is continuous improvement. The blog is run by Jason Shen '08, and features quotes, pictures, links and ideas about how to improve and inspire ourselves.

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Hato Cafe Alumna/alumnus government, Hatoyama, Japan, Japanese life, politics

A translation of the blog of the Japanese prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama. By alumna Bianca Ceralvo.

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Handful of Salt Alumna/alumnus bay area, craft, design

Covers high-end, responsible design/craft, with a focus on the San Francisco Bay area. By alumna Regina M. Connell.

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Guido Appenzeller's Blog Individual Faculty entrepreneurship, networks, technology

Occasional ramblings on entrepreneurship, technology and networking technology at Stanford and beyond.

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Green Library Information Center Blog Library academics, information center, library, research

IC blog provides insights on new library resources, research tools, new and valuable collections of interest, news that affects academic research and offers a way for Stanford community to communicate with librarians.

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Grad School Mommy Individual Student children, current events, graduate school, marriage, sociology

diapers, breastfeeding, sleep-deprivation, cleaning, newborns, terrible-twos, marriage, grad school

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Grad Life Individual Student Daily Life, photography, Random

My ramblings ranging from current affairs to personal thoughts, from photography to comic strips, you will find everything here.

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Got Gender? Individual Staff feminism, gender, girls, research, science, women

Michelle Cale writes on feminist, women's and gender issues at her personal blog http://gotgender.blogspot.com. Michelle works at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and has a background in women's history and British family law.

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Golf Course of Rhymes Alumna/alumnus golf, golf history, golf humor, golf poetry, humor, poetry, Scotland, sports

Explores the links between golf and poetry. By alumnus Leon White.

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GMATPill Study Method Alumna/alumnus GMAT, MBA, MBA Admissions

A blog on preparing for the GMAT for students who plan to get their MBA. First in industry to offer thought-process based video explanations. Featured in Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, Harvard Business School Newspaper, and Mergers & Inquisitions / BreakingIntoWallStreet. By alumni Peter Yu, '05.

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Gender News Academic Group clayman institute, feminism, feminst, gender, gender equality, gender research, gender revolution, women, women at work, worklife

The Clayman Institute publishes and disseminates research to affect change and engage communities nationally and internationally. The Institute’s Gender News service features the latest research from Stanford to influence public debate.

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Gawande.com Alumna/alumnus author, checklist manifesto, doctor, md, new yorker, surgeon

Surgeon and bestselling author of "The Checklist Manifesto" Atul Gawande's blog.

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Future Imperfect Alumna/alumnus Japan, japanese language, kanji, kyoto

The Japanese language challenges this US resident of Kyoto. By alumna Sandra Katzman.

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FSI In The World Academic Group arms control, asia, asia-pacific, democracy, democratization, development, global, health, health policy, international, international policy, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, research, security

FSI In The World is a new blog about FSI scholars' activities "in the world," whether it's monitoring elections overseas, advising policymakers in Washington DC, doing field research, or reaching out through online technology.

A small group of FSI thought leaders will be posting content initial content... Check back for updates from our experts on peace and security, democracy and development, justice and human rights, global health, food security and the environment, energy, and diplomatic affairs.

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