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Re: SouthernCrossReview Nr. 81

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  • elfuncle
    You forgot to mention Facebook in your article on social transformation (could have been included under The Myth of Capitalism for instance), but I ve
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 3, 2012
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      You forgot to mention Facebook in your article on social transformation (could have been included under "The Myth of Capitalism" for instance), but I've forwarded the link to my own Facebook contacts, so maybe they'll join your exodus if properly inspired ;)

      Tarjei

      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "Frank Thomas Smith" <fts.trasla@...> wrote:
      >
      > Dear Friends and Subscribers,
      > Now is the moment to check your cyber-doorstep for the current issue of http://SouthernCrossReview.org. On the "Editor's Page" you'll find an article suggesting some changes in the world's organization – in English and Spanish.
      > In "Features" the great late Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman relates some insightful and also personal, often humorous anecdotes which are sure to leave you smiling. There is also an article by Nick Turse about the current scary trend towards robotic warfare.
      > The "Children's Corner" (Rincón Infantil) is back with a semi-fictional story about my great late cat Merlin – in English and Spanish.
      > In "Fiction" you will enjoy another story by the great late American author J. D. Salinger.
      > In the "Anthroposophy" section we continue with the new translation of the "First Class" lessons. This issue: Lesson Three. We also continue Rudolf Steiner's Karmic Relationships series.
      > In the "Poetry" section there are three poems – one by Yours Truly, a famous one by James Fenton, and a prose poem by John Salter.
      > And don't forget one of our most popular items: Letter to the Editor.
      > Enjoy!
      > Frank
      >

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