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Life of a Nerd Individual Student personal

This is just my personal blog full of my own observations, insights, and wild incoherent ramblings. Have fun.

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Marketing In-security Alumna/alumnus B2B, B2C, IT security, marketing

This blog is built to talk about trends in the marketing of and the market for IT Security products. What works, what doesn't and why should buyers care.

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Master the New Net Alumna/alumnus communications, international, new media, social media, Susan Rice Lincoln

Susan Rice Lincoln is a dynamic communications and social media specialist with unparalleled international experience. Susan truly stands apart from the crowd with straightforward, proprietary methodologies she has designed to help companies deal with the opportunities and challenges of the new Social Web.

An American who has lived in France for 20 years, Susan has worked with company giants like Ericsson, Nike and LEGO. Before launching her own company in 1994, Susan was BBDO Europe’s Communications Director in charge of 25 countries and $3 billion of business.

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MBA experience through Stanford Alumna/alumnus bottom of the pyramid (BOP), business, gsb, innovation, international development, technology

MBA Experience through Stanford Class of 2007 and beyond. By alumnus Mbwana Alliy.

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Medical Devices, Biotechnology, Bioengineering and the like... Alumna/alumnus alternative medicine, bioengineering, biotechnology, clinical regulation, healthcare, medical devices, medicine, regulatory agencies, surgery

A blog dedicated to the design, development, sales, regulation and litigation surrounding medical devices. Also touches on issues related to intellectual property protection, investor and stockholder issues as they relate to medical device companies,medicine, healthcare biotechnology and bioengineering companies. Also touches on general issues surrounding basic sciences in these fields.

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MeiMei Fox Blog Alumna/alumnus diet, exercise, fitness, health, life coaching, psychology, Spirituality, wellness, yoga more
metacool Individual Faculty design, ideo, innovation, marketing more
Methods of Analysis Program Academic Group analysis, data, research, social science, statistics

The Methods of Analysis Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS) is intended to enhance the quality and vitality of empirical scientific research done by students and faculty throughout the social sciences at Stanford. We use the blog to post latest lectures, talks, and news from organizations like AAPOR.

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Meyer Tech Desk Blog Student Group acrobat, adobe, apple, audacity, computer, creative, desk, dreamweaver, equipment checkout, final cut, garageband, idvd, ilife, illustrator, imovie, indesign, library, lost and found, multimedia, photoshop, poster, printing, studio, tech, troubleshooting

Detailing the adventures of the Tech Desk Consultants who proudly work on the 2nd Floor of Meyer Library (the library without books) at Stanford University. Computer troubleshooting tips, multimedia tutorials, and general Meyer news. Check it out!

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Meyer Tech Desk Blog Library acrobat, adobe, apple, audacity, computer, creative, desk, dreamweaver, equipment checkout, final cut, garageband, idvd, ilife, illustrator, imovie, indesign, library, lost and found, multimedia, photoshop, poster, printing, studio, tech, troubleshootin

Detailing the adventures of the Tech Desk Consultants who proudly work on the 2nd Floor of Meyer Library (the library without books) at Stanford University. Computer troubleshooting tips, multimedia tutorials, and general Meyer news. Check it out!

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Mind Your Decisions Blog Alumna/alumnus game theory, money, personal finance

My blog focuses on giving you information (not advice), and then let you make the decision. I will not give you recipes like "10 reasons to open a Roth IRA". I instead will teach you important techniques and theory, economic principles, financial tools, and frameworks for decision making so you can come up with the best decision.

In short, I give you the facts, and let you mind your decisions.

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Miner Updates Alumna/alumnus Augusta, Carolina, dogs, Georgia, people, travel

News from Steve and Lisa, now in Augusta

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Minted Alumna/alumnus e-commerce, family, holidays, internet, retail, wedding

The inside scoop on Minted artists and the stationery they design. By alumna Melissa Kim.

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Modern Beet Alumna/alumnus cooking, farming, food, food politics, recipes, thoughtful eating, vegetables

Modern Beet is about Thoughtful Eating--knowing where your food comes from, how and by whom it is grown, how it affects your body, and the politics that might affect it. Every entry features a recipe that highlights a topic discussed in the post, and all recipes have an emphasis on locally grown and seasonal foods.

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Mohammed Saad Bhamla Individual Student awesome, chemical engineering, cycling, grad student life, inspiration, motivation, observations, running, swimming, triathlon racing

I am Mohammed Saad Bhamla, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Before joining Stanford, i was at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, where i graduated in 2010, with a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering. This is a blog highlighting my experiences at Stanford.

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Moving Newark Forward Alumna/alumnus Cory Booker, mayor, Newark, politics

Blog by Newark Mayor Cory Booker

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Muni Moments Alumna/alumnus Muni, public transportation, san francisco

Muni Moments shares the magic of San Francisco’s public transportation. Alumna Katherine Roubos seeks to honor the ordinary imperfectness of people by sharing stories as she hears and sees them.

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Musings on Peace Alumna/alumnus conflict resolution, education, environment, inspiration, international, mediation, non-violence, peace, personal

Musings on the ways in which peace is connected to many aspects of our lives, on how peace can be possible, and the things that inspire and give hope for peace.

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My Father's Posts Individual Staff African-American history, black history, genealogy, Harlem, the black press

A writer discovers that her roots in journalism run deep. I have created this blog to preserve my father’s legacy as a newspaper man and most of all to explore the history that is so much a part of me.

Elaine C. Ray

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My Journey to a Stanford MBA and consulting career Alumna/alumnus business, Business School, career, consulting, MBA

Learn from the experiences and insights of a top-tier strategy consultant and recent MBA graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. By alumnus Marquis Parker.

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My Life and Thoughts Individual Staff academic life, Elif Batuman, entertaining serials, important ideas, journalism, literature, n+1, New York, St. Ignatius of Loyola, the D-list, the human condition, writers, writing

Follow the career of a "D-list" member of the literati as she freelances for "The New Yorker," appears on obscure literary panels, lectures part-time at Stanford, and struggles to get paid by "n+1" magazine.

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My Life and Thoughts Alumna/alumnus literature, Russia, The Possessed, Turkey, writing

Novelist, English professor, and Russian literature obsessed Elif Batuman's thoughts on writing and life.

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My Urban Revolution Alumna/alumnus culture, design, environment, music, san francisco, social, sustainability, urban

"One of the great but often unmentioned causes of both happiness and misery is the quality of our environment: the kinds of walls, chairs, buildings and streets that surround us." — Alain de Botton, The Architecture of Happiness. Blog by alumna Laura Surma.

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N'Gai Croal's blog on EDGE Alumna/alumnus games, gaming, technology

Former Newsweek editor N'Gai Croal's blog about the global gaming industry.

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