This is a front page story!

August 29, 2006 | By | 2 Replies More

How would you like to quickly access any of 547 newspaper front pages from 46 countries?  You can do it right here, at a website called Today’s Front Pages.  Quite impressive!

Click on “Read Today’s Recap” for a short recap of some of the headlines.


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Erich Vieth is an attorney focusing on consumer law litigation and appellate practice. He is also a working musician and a writer, having founded Dangerous Intersection in 2006. Erich lives in the Shaw Neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, where he lives half-time with his two extraordinary daughters.

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  1. Artemis says:

    Hello! I started a comment for Erika's post on Biases and realized that there is a nice segue into Erich's article.

    As animals we seem to be led to the drinking water and then we stick our heads in and guzzle, without questioning whether alligators may be lurking or hunters hiding or whether the water is clean…

    Enough of the bad metaphor. The point is, we can and do make choices (all the time) but how many are influenced by our biases? And how many biases and beliefs are running us because of where we live, with whom we associate, and what's been offered to us?

    Obviously, A LOT (yes, I know A LOT is un-scientific) but its food for thought.

    Personally I find watching my thoughts and my emotions and noticing my reactions to any given situation are often NOT serving the "highest good" because I believe this or I am biased towards that.

    So I will pay close attention to the choices I make. And I watch how others choose and ask myself, if those around me are choosing similarly, do I like that person, do I feel comfortable with them because of skin color, religion, etc.?

    What biases run me? Which ones do I choose to keep and which do I question?

  2. Jennifer says:

    That's an awesome link. Thanks!

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