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What You Missed On 9/3

The World Is an Open List: Especially 100-Item Free-Education Lists
The World Is Open author Curtis J. Bonk looks at open-source education

Family Threads: From John Alden and Drew Barrymore to Me and to You
Inheriting the Trade author Thomas Norman DeWolf on how we're all related (yes, you and me and everyone)

Book News for Thursday, September 3, 2009
Ted Kennedy's memoir, uncut Carver, and more

Endings and a Theory of Satisfaction
Guest blogger Todd Shimoda on the difficulty of writing a truly satisfying ending

You Can Fight City Hall
The Oregonian reviews Wrestling with Moses: How Jane Jacobs Took on New York's Master Builder and Transformed the American City

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