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Manure madness update

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The Manure Madness contest at FightTheBull draws to a close. Votes are invited to separate the two finalists McKesson and Lockheed. For me McKesson edges it for managing a slight lower ratio of real meaning to words used, but Lockheed is a worth adversary. At the moment, McKesson is also fractionally ahead with the voters. Be sure to have your say soon.

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links for 2010-04-27

May Day in Albion: will future historians declare the 2010 election for social media and the people? | Open (minds finds, conversations)… Antony Mayfield suggests that social media is profoundly