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      Apr272012

      Follow Friday Blogs, April 27, 2012

      Two blogs to share this week, one amusing and one thoughtful...

      First up is Free Wood Post, a site that offers "news that's almost reliable." In the tradition of The Onion, it offers such articles as "Switzerland is a little bitch," and "Bush now just lounging around the house playing lots of Risk."  Always good for a laugh.  (Definitely check out the latest polls that shows that Americans are tired of useless polls!)

      Next up is a blog from former Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer. I was fortunate enough to meet Tom a few times when I worked for TR--he visited my software team in Israel when I was there--and always found him easy to be around (not all CEOs are) and incredibly intelligent.  His blog is a mix of everything he cares about and often touches on politics, both domestic and global. In particular, I recommend his post entitled "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness."

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