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The Crockpot: A Weekly Digest 01.20.11

1/20/2011 11:22:50 AM

Tags: The Crockpot, employment, ruin porn, Detroit, marriage, photojournalism, media, Guernica, The New Republic, Boston Review

Utne Reader Red LogoOn the heels of Utne’s Work Package in our latest issue, Boston Review has a forum on the possibilities for full employment in today’s economy.

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Who says that wind power needs to come from turbines? Introducing: fibro-wind arrays.

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In what may be the most important piece of news this week, Paul the Psychic Octopus’ soccer-predicting legacy will not be forgotten.

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From Guernica: Detroitism: What does “ruin porn” tell us about the motor city?

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A visual number crunching of the state of modern-day marriage. There’s nothing like graphs and pretty pictures to get the point across.

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The New Republic’s art critic on the state of photojournalism



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