popphoto.com — The Creative Commons licensing scheme is a tool that allows you to control just how your content is released into the wild. If you're okay with people using your images as long as you're credited, it's the way to go. But with six different licenses, how do you choose which one fits with what you want?
csmonitor.com — New soccer stadiums dotting Brazil have become iconic of the frustration on the streets: The government is investing billions in sports but not schools or hospitals. By Andrew Downie, Correspondent / June 19, 2013 The wave of protests that swept across Brazil in recent nights started out about rising bus fares, not soccer stadiums. But organizers of next year's World Cup are increasingly finding themselves in the cross hairs of angry demonstrations.
timeslive.co.za — The study involved 1 100 adults aged 51 to 91, who were interviewed about their volunteering habits and had their blood pressure checked at the beginning of the study and again four years later. All of the subjects had normal blood pressure readings at the time of the first interview.
bbc.co.uk — The Taliban has opened their first official overseas office in the Qatari capital, Doha, saying that one of their main aims was to "meet Afghans". The group has long refused to meet Afghan President Hamid Karzai or his government, branding them puppets of the US.
guardian.co.uk — Anyone who has travelled or worked in the developing world will have met them. They are people who have made a huge impact on the communities and lives of people in some of the poorest parts of the world.
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