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Working Smart at Stanford alumni relations, communication, efficiency, leadership, meetings, productivity, professional development, Stanford, teamwork, work

My blog is a repository of advice, observations, tools and trainings for efficient and productive work. In addition to writing about how to work smart (at Stanford and beyond), I plan to highlight some of the training and professional development opportunities on campus. My hope is to help people carve out the time to do interesting, forward-thinking, strategic work instead of getting bogged down in the day-to-day of the office.

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The Book Haven book reviews, books

Cynthia Haven's blog for the written word, covering Stanford authors.

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STEPTECH edtech, education, educational technology, STEP program, teaching, web2.0

Information and news about educational technology and web2.0 technologies in K-12 for the Stanford Teacher Education Program.

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SL Creativity humanities, multidisciplinary, research, technology, virtual worlds

This blog takes on the metaverse from an interest that lies in the intersection between humans and technology. I document my own research in virtual worlds as well as events we host at the Stanford Humanities Lab.

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Open Culture 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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Of Great and Mortal Men 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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My Life and Thoughts 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 Father's Posts 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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Kingsley's Blog animation, art, design, film, games, graphics, visual effects, web design

Kingsley's Blog is a collection of inspiration, tools, and tutorials relating to film, visual effects, animation, games, and web design.

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Interiorbit photography, photoshop

Interiorbit is a daily photoblog that I use to test ideas and figure out the world around me.

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Got Gender? 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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Feral Librarian digital library, library, library outreach

my thoughts on some of the current challenges facing libraries and librarians.

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Ed Batista: Executive Coaching & Change Management 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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Diaspora California 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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christiankiefer.com 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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