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Riordan's Desk Alumna/alumnus fiction, literature, mystery, writing

In which mystery writer Mark Coggins--and his PI protagonist, August Riordan--talk about the world of writing, mystery fiction and the process of bringing a novel to market.

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Returning and non-traditional student group Academic Group leaving and returning

A supportive group composed of students and staff created to help students who have been away reintegrate themselves into the student community. Students who have been away from Stanford one year or longer and for any reason are encouraged to join. Monthly gatherings over good meals with invited speakers, advice, and a safe forum to connect with other bright and talented students who have discovered different paths towards success.

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Returning and non-traditional student group Academic Group leaving and returning

A supportive group composed of students and staff created to help students who have been away reintegrate themselves into the student community. Students who have been away from Stanford one year or longer and for any reason are encouraged to join. Monthly gatherings over good meals with invited speakers, advice, and a safe forum to connect with other bright and talented students who have discovered different paths towards success.

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reThink Alumna/alumnus business, Business Development, marketing

Many lessons we learn in life can be applied to marketing and similarly, many of the lessons we learn in marketing can be applied to life. reThink has provocative thought-starters and insights that will make you stop for two seconds and reThink your current approach. By alumnus Detavio Samuels.

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rePURPOSE: What to Trash, What to Treasure

Stories of organizing, simplifying and repurposing projects with "before" and "after" photos of rooms and possessions.

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re.visioning Individual Student entrepeneurship, life, music, photography, technology

Life at Stanford and in Silicon Valley, with a healthy dose of intellectual musings, photography, and music.

(Note: This is the updated site to the previous location of re.visioning at lekanwang.blogspot.com, which has been retired.)

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Radio Stanford Individual Student books, Issues, Life!, music, world

I maintain this more as an occasional "open diary", not so much as a blog. From time to time, I collect interesting snippets that I come across, and occasionally add some social commentary on my own. Here is the quick summary of facts:

Books, Music, World, Issues, ... Beautiful Life!
Broadcasting intermittently since Jan 2001
This site is *not* affiliated to Stanford Radio KZCU 90.1 fm
Maintained by Sundar Iyer.
For your pleasure; Enjoy!

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ProudProgressive Alumna/alumnus Barack Obama, books, Choice, Death Penalty, education, Election 2008, Environmentalism, Gay Rights, Health Care, Hillary Clinton, Iraq War, Labor, politics

A blog by Nicholas Solter about politics and everything else

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Professional Business Communications Alumna/alumnus US Business Communications for Foreign-Born Professionals

The blog is geared towards professional communication and business in the Silicon Valley with an emphasis on foreign-born entrepreneurs and their success.

Influenced by the interviews with 36 foreign leaders in the Silicon Valley in the book, They Made It! immigration and the need for foreign professionals for a strong US economy is presented and discussed. Tips for foreigners coming to the Silicon Valley and the US in general and business insights from the original interviews are included.

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Positive Externalities Alumna/alumnus career, d.school, Google, innovation, Loopt, technology, web 2.0

Min Liu, '06, muses on technology, marketing, design thinking, and other cool experiences. She's a Loopter by day (and night), d.schooler, ex-Googler, and iinnovater. You can find her searching for the West Coast's most exquisite chocolates on the weekends.

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Planning Startups Stories Alumna/alumnus business plan, business planning, business startups, entrepreneurship, small business

Tim Berry writing on business plans, the business planning process, entrepreneurship, small business, starting and running a business, growing a business, and having a life while you do it.

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Philosophy Talk: The Blog Academic Group humanities, media, philosophy, radio

Philosophy Talk: The Blog is a companion blog to the radio program Philosophy talk, hosted by John Perry and Ken Taylor. Though Perry and Taylor will be the major bloggers here, we will also feature a continuous stream of guest bloggers. In addition, you can experience the wit and wisdom of our sixty-second philosopher Ian Shoals and the insight of that astute and wide ranging observer of the created universe, Amy Standen, the our Roving Philosophical Reporter.

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Personal Ramblings Alumna/alumnus art, event, musings, politics, thoughts

Just started this blogging thing and wanted to get involved in the community more.

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Persian Student Association Student Group Iran, Iranian, Persian, Persian Student Association, Student Group more
Pattern Recognition Alumna/alumnus

Thoughts on Stanford and life in Silicon Valley. By alumnus Imran Akbar.

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Panini Happy Alumna/alumnus cooking, food, recipes

Recipes, tips and tales from the panini grill

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Palumbo-Liu Advising Group Academic Group more
Over My Med Body! Individual Student health, health policy, med school, medical school, medicine

Charting the path to becoming a doctor. Plus a bit of health policy and humor along the way.

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Our Life in Meals Alumna/alumnus cooking, family, food, home chef, recipes

One couple, one kitchen, and one over the top food adventure!

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OtisNotes Alumna/alumnus books, GoodReads.com, publishing, technology

GoodReads.com founder Otis Chandler's blog about books, publishing, technology, and life.

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Orangette Alumna/alumnus cookbooks, cooking, cooks, food, recipes

Molly Wizenberg, author of "A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from my Kitchen Table," posts recipes and photos.

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Open Ocean Academic Group climate change, climate change adaptation, fisheries management, land-sea interface, marine spatial planning, ocean acidification, oceans, Pacific Ocean health, sea level rise

The Center for Ocean Solutions: Our mission is to develop, synthesize, and catalyze understanding and new tools, to use them to solve major problems facing the oceans, and to prepare the leaders who take on these challenges.

We focus on key initiatives including climate change, the land-sea interface, marine spatial planning and the health of the Pacific Ocean. We also train leaders and future leaders in marine and coastal management in area such as fisheries management and adaptation for coastal areas to climate change.

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Open Culture Individual Staff cultural media, educational media, podcasts, videos

Open Culture keeps tabs on high-quality cultural and educational media that you can access for free online. It features rich podcast and video collections that include free audiobooks, free foreign language lessons, free university courses, etc. The site also offers daily (or at least frequent) cultural commentary.

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Ong Jiin Joo Alumna/alumnus diary, internet, malaysia, music, singapore, technology

Personal Blog about life in Singapore, technology, music, politics, social welfare, and lots of musings and history.

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Of Great and Mortal Men Individual Staff christian kiefer, indie rock, jeff, jefferson pitcher, matthew gerken, music, presidents

A blog following "Of Great and Mortal Men: 43 Songs for 43 U.S. Presidencies," a triple CD project that is what it says by Stanford EPGY OHS English instructor Christian Kiefer along with J. Matthew Gerken, and Jefferson Pitcher.

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