Friday, February 7, 2014

AoW (Article of the Week)

Please use the link below to look through Kelly G's Articles of the Week.  Sift/Skim through them and decide which 3 you would be most interested in reading and list them in a reply.

Happy sifting!  http://kellygallagher.org/resources/articles.html

41 comments:



  1. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    "85 Richest People Own as Much as Bottom Half of Population, Report Says/Study: No Harder to Climb Economic Ladder" by Jim Puzzanghera for the Los Angeles Times and Paul Wiseman for USA Today, respectively

    "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week


    "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

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  2. * "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week

    * "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times

    *"12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week

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  3. "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week

    "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times

    "85 Richest People Own as Much as Bottom Half of Population, Report Says/Study: No Harder to Climb Economic Ladder" by Jim Puzzanghera for the Los Angeles Times and Paul Wiseman for USA Today, respectively

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  4. "Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived"

    "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?"

    "A Conquered Foe Returns to War-Torn Syria: Polio/Briefing: The Sunni-Shiite War"

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  5. 1.Court Needs Alternatives in Handling Mentally Ill" by Steve Lopez for the Los Angeles Times
    2.Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times
    3.The War on Pink: GoldieBlox Toys Ignite Debate Over What's Good for Girls" by Eliana Dockterman for Time

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  6. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times

    "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

    "We Are Teaching High School Students to Write Terribly" by Matthew JX Malady for Slate.com

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  7. *"12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week

    "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

    * "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week

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  8. "12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week

    "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week

    "We Are Teaching High School Students to Write Terribly" by Matthew JX

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  9. "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

    "Legalizing of Marijuana Raises Health Concerns" by Roni Caryn Rabin for the New York Times

    "Can a Jellyfish Unlock the Secret of Immortality?" by Martin Cohen for the New York Times

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  10. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"


    "Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived"


    "China's Massive Pollution Problem"

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  11. "Electronic Cigarettes Growing In Popularity With Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

    "Why being a thinker means pocketing your smartphone" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

    "Legalizing of Marijuana Raises Health Concerns" by Roni Caryn Rabin for the New York Times

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  12. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"

    "Why being a thinker means pocketing your smartphone" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

    "Legalizing of Marijuana Raises Health Concerns" by Roni Caryn Rabin for the New York Times

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  13. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"

    "85 Richest People Own as Much as Bottom Half of Population, Report Says/Study: No Harder to Climb Economic Ladder"

    "A Conquered Foe Returns to War-Torn Syria: Polio/Briefing: The Sunni-Shiite War"

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  14. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"

    "The War on Pink: GoldieBlox Toys Ignite Debate Over What's Good for Girls"

    "L.A. Unified's English Learner Action Upsets Parents, Teachers"

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  15. 1. Mandela's Death Leaves South Africa Without Its Moral Center" by Lydia
    2. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    3. Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  16. "Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived"
    "The War on Pink: GoldieBlox Toys Ignite Debate Over What's Good for Girls"
    "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014"

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  17. 5 Things to be Encouraged About in 2014
    AoW: L.A. Unified's English learner action upsets parents, teachers
    Why being a thinker means pocketing your smartphone

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  18. 1. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    2. "Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived" excerpted from the Washington Post and United Press International, September 16, 1963/Leonard Pitts, Jr. for the Miami Herald, September 14, 2013
    3. "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  19. "Obama Breaks Three Decades of Silence with Call to Iranian President" by Paul Richter and Christi Parsons for the Los Angeles Times
    "Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived" excerpted from the Washington Post and United Press International, September 16, 1963/Leonard Pitts, Jr. for the Miami Herald, September 14, 2013
    "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  20. The articles I would like to read are:
    - "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week
    - "85 Richest People Own as Much as Bottom Half of Population, Report Says/Study: No Harder to Climb Economic Ladder" by Jim Puzzanghera for the Los Angeles Times and Paul Wiseman for USA Today, respectively
    - "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Time

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  21. -"Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    -"China's Massive Pollution Problem" by Keith Wagstaff for TheWeek.com
    -"Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  22. -"Ethicists Criticize Treatment of Teen, Texas Patient" by Liz Szabo for USA Today
    -"Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    -"Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

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  23. -"Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"
    -"12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works"
    -"Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?"

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  24. - "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week
    "The Limits of Locavorism" TheWeek.com
    - "12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week
    - "15 Words Etymologically Inspired by Animals" TheWeek.com

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  25. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps" by James Glanz, Jeff Larson and Andrew W. Lehren for the New York Times
    -"Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively
    -"Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  26. 1. "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week
    2."12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week
    3."Why being a thinker means pocketing your smartphone" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com

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  27. 1. "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week
    2. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"
    3. "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

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  28. 1. "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively
    2. "We Are Teaching High School Students to Write Terribly" by Matthew JX Malady for Slate.com
    3."Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived" excerpted from the Washington Post and United Press International, September 16, 1963/Leonard Pitts, Jr. for the Miami Herald, September 14, 2013

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  29. "Sports Drinks Role Often Overplayed" by Chris Woolston for the Los Angeles Times
    "Social Websites Hurt Children's Brains" by David Durbyshire for The Daily Mall
    "Students Lie, Cheat, Steal, but Say They're Good" by David Crary for the Associated Press

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  30. 1. "The War on Pink: GoldieBlox Toys Ignite Debate Over What's Good for Girls" by Eliana Dockterman for Time

    2. "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?" by Todd Leopold for CNN.com and Doug Gross for CNN.com, respectively

    3. "Social Websites Hurt Children's Brains" by David Durbyshire for The Daily Mall

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  31. 1. "5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus

    2."Sports Drinks Role Often Overplayed" by Chris Woolston, Los Angeles Times

    3. "Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps"

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  32. 1 "Why Being a Thinker Means Pocketing Your Smartphone/Have Smartphones Killed Boredom (and Is That Good)?"
    2 "We Are Teaching High School Students to Write Terribly"
    3 "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens"

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  33. 1."Everything you need to know about Japan's population crisis"
    2."We Are Teaching High School Students To Write Terribly."
    3. "Electronic cigarettes growing in population with teens."

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  34. 1)"Everything You Need to Know About Japan's Population Crisis" by Sarah Eberspacher for The Week


    2)"Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times

    3)"A Conquered Foe Returns to War-Torn Syria: Polio/Briefing: The Sunni-Shiite War" by Deborah Amos and Rima Marrouch for NPR.org/TheWeek.com

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  35. 1. "12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works" The Week
    2."Bill Gates: The World Is Better than Ever/The World's Biggest Problems" by Doyle McManus for the Los Angeles Times and by The Arlington Institute, respectively
    3."5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014" by Paul Brandus for The Week

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  36. 1. "Electronic Cigarettes Growing in Popularity with Teens" by Karen Kaplan and Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times
    2. "China's Massive Pollution Problem" by Keith Wagstaff for TheWeek.com
    3. "15 Words Etymologically Inspired by Animals" TheWeek.com

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  37. 1) Ethicists Criticize Treatment of Teen, Texas Patient by Liz Szabo for USA Today

    2) 5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014 by Paul Brandus for The Week

    3) China's Massive Pollution Problem by Keith Wagstaff for TheWeek.com

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  38. 1.Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming from Phone Apps
    2.Bill Gates: The World Is Better than Ever/The World's Biggest Problems
    3.We Are Teaching High School Students to Write Terribly

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  39. 1."Blast Kills Four Children; Riots Follow/Dead Girls and the Lives They Might Have Lived"
    2.Bill Gates: The World Is Better than Ever/The World's Biggest Problems
    3.5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014 by Paul Brandus for The Week

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  40. 1."12 Things We Know About How the Brain Works"
    2."Everything you need to know about Japan's population crisis"
    3."5 Things to Be Encouraged About in 2014"
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  41. 1. "Everything you need to know about Japan's population crisis"
    2. "We are teaching High School students to write terribly"
    3. "5 Things to be Encouraged About in 2014"

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