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1 Pete Seeger -- New Song About BP Oil Spill
2 When the Sea Saved Humanity
3 Media Critique President Obama on 'The View'
4 The Yes Men Fix The World -- Without Censorship

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Pete Seeger Performs New Song About BP Oil Spill

On July 23th 2010 Pete Seeger performed live at a Gulf
Coast Oil Spill fundraiser at The City Winery in New
York City. There, he unveiled to the public his new
protest song about the BP oil spill entitled "God's
Counting on Me, God's Counting on You." Backing up
Pete's singing and banjo picking is the
singer/songwriter James Maddock on acoustic guitar. All
proceeds of this concert went to the Gulf Restoration
Project. The show was produced and hosted by Richard
Barone. The video was edited and mixed by Matthew
Billy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hM8QK4oM3Jk
July 29,2010
6:15

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When the Sea Saved Humanity

South Africa may have provided refuge when Homo sapiens
needed it most. This Web-only article is a special
rich-media presentation of the feature, "When the Sea
Saved Humanity," which appears in the August 2010 issue
of Scientific American. The presentation was created by
Zemi media

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=interactive-seas-saved-humanity

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Leader's Digest

President Obama makes an appearance on "The View" and
shows Americans how to use the government's new health
care website.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-july-29-2010/leader-s-digest
July 29, 2010
7:37

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The Yes Men Fix The World 

The Yes Men Fix The World is a screwball true story
about two gonzo political activists who, posing as top
executives of giant corporations, lie their way into
big business conferences and pull off the world's most
outrageous pranks. This peer-to-peer special edition of
the film is unique: it is preceded by an EXCLUSIVE
VIDEO of the Yes Men impersonating the United States
Chamber of Commerce. Because the Yes Men are being sued
for this stunt, p2p is the only way that this film will
get seen. Please spread the word!

http://vodo.net/yesmen

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