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christiankiefer.com Individual Staff art, CDs, christian kiefer, film, literature, mp3s, music, poetry, shows, teaching, writing

More or less a dumping ground for Christian Kiefer's thoughts, ideas, live show calendar, etc.

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Clastic Detritus Alumna/alumnus academic life, earth science, environment, geology, graduate student, research, science

Clastic Detritus is the blog of a nearly-completed PhD student in Stanford's School of Earth Sciences. The content is mostly about the author's research interests, earth science in the news, with some posts about finishing a dissertation and general academic life as a graduate student.

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Cleantech Finance Insider Alumna/alumnus cleantech, entrepreneurship, environment, finance, green, technology

A blog dedicated to helping cleantech entrepreneurs break through their financing logjam.

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Cross~Sections Academic Group art, art conservator, artists, conservation, material science, museum, painting, preservation, prints, restoration, science, sculpture

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford is interested in starting a conservation science program at the museum. This blog will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work and science projects pursued at the Cantor Arts Center Conservation Lab.

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CS377W: Creating Engaging Facebook Apps (StanFan.org) Academic Group blog, class, cs, facebook, technology

The class website and blog for the Stanford Facebook class on building engaging Facebook apps using metrics and learning! Stay tuned for insights and updates from the class!

Dan Ackerman Greenberg
Head TA, CS377W

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CTO/CIO Perspectives Alumna/alumnus business, information technology, internet management

This blog covers broad topics of interest to senior executives, giving the CTO/CIO perspective on such things as working as a member of a company's executive team, forging business/IT alignment, focusing product and application development, enhancing and maintaining world-class operations, and the care and feeding of technical staff. By alumnus Peter Kretzman.

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Cubberley Education Library Library education, library

Periodic updates from the Cubberley Education Library at Stanford.

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Cynbiosis Individual Student music, photography, poetry, quirks of daily life, science more
d.school news Academic Group design, innovation, multidisciplinary, research, teaching

Latest news from the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

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Dan Moreau Alumna/alumnus author, literature, rejection, writer, writing

Posts by a professional writer, Dan Moreau, about his rejections from magazines.

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Diaspora California

Dedicated to promoting artists and arts educators from California’s diaspora communities, as well as arts organizations that serve diaspora communities or showcase art forms from another part of the world in a meaningful and educational way.

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Diaspora California Individual Staff arts, california, dance, diaspora, music, performing arts, visual art

Diaspora California is a blog dedicated to promoting artists and arts educators from California’s diaspora communities, as well as arts organizations that serve diaspora communities or showcase art forms from another part of the world in a meaningful and educational way. “Art,” in our definition, encompasses everything from music to fashion.

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Dual-Careers in Academia Academic Group academia, careers, clayman institute, dual-careers, faculty

This blog, hosted by the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, encourages sharing of experiences, successes and failures, observations, comments and questions around the issue of dual-career academic hiring. The Clayman Institute published a major research study on dual-careers in academia in August 2008, available from http://gender.stanford.edu

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East Asia Library Blog Library asia, Asian studies, china, Chinese studies, Japan, Japanese studies, Korea, Korean studies

This blog provides on the latest information and available resources in the East Asia Library.

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Ed Batista - Executive Coaching and Management Alumna/alumnus change management, coaching, executive coaching, leadership

Alumnus Ed Batista is an executive coach, a change management consultant, and a Leadership Coach at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

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Ed Batista: Executive Coaching & Change Management Individual Staff change management, coaching, leadership, management, marketing, motivation, organizational development, productivity

Ed Batista is an executive coach, change management consultant, and an alumnus of the Graduate School of Business. In his role as a Leadership Coach at the GSB, he helps MBA students further develop their leadership capabilities. He writes regularly on leadership, management, executive coaching, organizational change, the strategic use of technology and related topics at www.edbatista.com. (Tom Peters loved it.)

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Ed Finn Individual Student humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

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Ed Words Individual Student computer science, engineering more
Environmental and Energy Insights Academic Group climate, energy, environment, law, Law School, policy

At Environment & Energy Insights, you will find a new post on our blog at least every two weeks that will address a topic of immediate relevance to environmental lawyers and policymakers. The authors include Meg Caldwell, Deborah Sivas, Buzz Thompson, and Michael Wara, all faculty members of Stanford’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law & Policy Program. For the latest news about our program, please see our most recent e-newsletter: http://enews.law.stanford.edu/

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Eric Cheng's Journal Alumna/alumnus classical music, diving, Eric Cheng, life, photography, scuba diving, technology, travel, underwater photography

Eric Cheng's personal online journal about photography, travel, scuba diving, computers, and music.

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Erikka Innes Alumna/alumnus clever, comedy, Daily Life, geek, humor, nerd, obscure references, sci-fi, weird, witty, workplace

Regularly updated musings of a geek girl and comedian living in the San Francisco bay area. Entries feature commentary on gadgets, everyday life, music, pop culture, and geek interests (science fiction, roleplaying, ren faires, technology, monkeys, pirates). By alumna Erika Innes.

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Everyday Science Student Group chemistry, grad student, humor, lab, science

Everyday science is the science that doesn’t make the headlines--the science in the background--the science that we all do and know and love and hate. We just thought there should be a place to post our boring everyday results, trials, and tribulations. It's also a place for silly things and cool results.

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Evidence-Based Management Academic Group business, management, organizations, research

About the Evidence-Based Management Site
Professors Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert I. Sutton, Stanford University

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extraORDINARY moments Individual Student extracurriculars, photography, photojournalism, student life

Photographic chronicles of life on the farm from the perspective of an undergrad student (who is also a former photojournalism intern at a Pulitzer-winning newspaper).

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Fairly Used Alumna/alumnus copyright, fair use, law

This blog accompanies the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use page at http://fairuse.stanford.edu. The site primarily focuses on copyright issues relevant to the educational community. The blog has quick interviews on current copyright issues and points to useful updates on the site, such as charts, tools, and new court decisions.

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