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Cash-strapped urbanites may soon find work in the new convenience economy, which crowdsources temporary personal assistant tasks. Among the guinea pigs is an Arts Initiative coordinator, who claims its merits are more than monetary. (Observer)

Whoever said field trips were dead? One visiting professor at GSAPP took his class to a banana ripening plant and blogged about it. (Edible Geography)

Time recently profiled Brian Greene in a review of the PBS series The Fabric of the Cosmos. Space and time, who knows? (Time)

Our football’s coaching position open, speculation continues over who will fill the void. One sports writer wonders what if would have been like to have Urban Meyer. (Springsfield News Sun)

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  • um says:

    @um except that Urban Meyer signed to the Ohio State Buckeyes?

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