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Yesterday, we teamed up with Flud, a mobile news reader, on Twitter and Facebook to ask our friends: What blogs inspire you?

We pose a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithfuls once a day, so if you’re not yet a @GOOD follower or fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.

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Now You Can Tweet Your Way Into an MBA Program

Forget writing application essays. The University of Iowa's MBA program only requires 140 characters, and you might get a $37,000 scholarship, too

Forget about slaving away at your grad school application essays. Now you can get into an MBA program simply by writing 140 characters, and you might get a $37,000 scholarship, too. Indeed, the University of Iowa's Tippie School of Management is offering this sweet deal to one applicant that best uses Twitter to explain "what makes you an exceptional Tippie MBA candidate and full-time MBA hire? Creativity encouraged!"

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Intermission: Arguably the Greatest Nostalgic Photo Blog Yet

A new photo blog, Dear Photograph, lets you celebrate the old and the new without cheapening either.


If it's not the best nostalgic photo blog out there, the brand-new Dear Photograph is at least the most inventive we've seen in a while. Combining people's old pictures with their present-day surroundings, the site allows you to see what's changed and what's stayed the same in cities and homes around the world.

Some photo trends are dedicated to newness, while others celebrate the days of yore. But few, save for maybe "young me/now me," find the nice middle ground where sentimentality meets interesting, modern creativity.

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Michael Moore Launches Virtual Newspaper for Activist High Schoolers

Moore is giving high schoolers (another) way of expressing themselves online: a virtual newspaper. It'll be edited by his 17-year-old niece Molly.


Are you a high school student and a citizen journalist? Michael Moore wants you. The documentarian is so inspired by students everywhere from Egypt to Wisconsin "taking to the streets, organizing, protesting, and refusing to move until your voices are heard" that he's turned a section of his website into a virtual student newspaper. He's looking for youth contributors, and, unlike traditional high school newspapers, there's no censorship, not even from him.

Moore writes on his blog,

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@GOOD Asks: What Are the Best New Blogs on the Internet? Answers

GOOD readers tell us about their favorite new blogs: "Modern Evolution" and "NYCinternz".

Yesterday on GOOD, Twitter, and Facebook, we asked our friends: What are the best new blogs on the internet? We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithful once a day, so if you’re not yet following @GOOD or a fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.

Check out what our Twitter followers had in mind:

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