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KChristieH: An Eclectic Mix of Musings books, children, parenting, photography, politics, school, teenagers

Avid reader / mother of teens / website designer / serial volunteer / Stanford engineer / Class of 1985 Correspondent Kathryn Hernandez finds the coolest websites, the best books, the most intriguing news items of the day and more. Based in sunny Southern California, but in a town (La Canada) that's more like Small Town, USA than Los Angeles.

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Karen Jordan Writes doctor, family, Georgia, hospital, medical, medicine

This blog consists of a variety of stories and anecdotes about my family and my great-grandfather, the first African-American doctor in Coweta County, Georgia. He built the first African-American hospital and helped to integrate medicine in that area in the early 1900's. He graduated from medical school in 1896. By alumna Karen Jordan.

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KANLOAN books, filipino americans, humanities, literature, nostalgia, philippines, places, writing

Let's see, what can I say about my blog?

I'd say it's a blog about 1) places, physical and emotional landscapes, and nostalgia; 2) books and reading and anything that catches my eye from the tons of magazines and literary journals I subscribe to (I subscribe to everything from The Economist to The New Yorker to Alimentum, a journal about food writing, to New Letters, but you really don't want to hear the whole list, do you?) and finally it's 3) about the Philippines and Filipino Americans and everything that affects them.

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JobNob Blog career, job seekers, jobs, start ups, startups

Alternative compensation startup jobs. Jobnob fills the space where full time paid jobs don't work or aren't available. Community members are willing to volunteer or work for alternative compensation in exchange for getting great experience, learning new skills, and expanding their networks. Companies and startups may not always be able to offer traditional full time paid work, but they can offer exciting opportunities on the forefront of technology and new products. By alumna Julie Greenberg.

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JesseLuna.com - Advanced Topics in Social Media Blogging, Information Systems, social media, Social Media Systems, Social Networking, technology, video

Technology blog focusing on social networking tutorials, especially How To videos. Blogging, social media systems, and understanding online culture are prevalent topics.

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jeremycwilson.com admissions, business, Business School, careers, diversity, JD, JD-MBA, law, Law School, leadership management, MBA

BizLaw Blog: Learn about business school, law school, careers, and leadership from Stanford Grad and Northwestern JD-MBA Jeremy Wilson.

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ipickmynose bay area, indie, music, sanfrancisco, sf, soul

a San Francisco Bay Area-centric music blog

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Intellitech 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 children, education, health

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

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In Pursuit of Zen 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 business, entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, podcast

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

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich 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 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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How to Change the World high tech, media, social media, technology

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

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Hato Cafe 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 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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Golf Course of Rhymes 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 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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Gawande.com 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 Japan, japanese language, kanji, kyoto

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

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