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Revision as of 09:09, 13 November 2012

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Research and Ideas is a personal Wiki belonging to Hugh Pickens that I use for some experiments in Knowledge Management and to expand some of my own articles from Wikipedia.

Contents

Ponca City, Oklahoma

Barack Obama's Mother and Grandparents lived in Ponca City, Oklahoma for three years in the 1940's

Ponca City Essays

The Pioneer Woman Models Come Home

Friends and Family

About the Author

The Oil Industry and Ponca City

Phillips 66

Peace Corps

Peace Corps People

  • Peace Corps Director Aaron Williams - 18th Director of the Peace Corps
  • Jon Carson - Field Director in 2008 Obama Campaign for the Presidency, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House's Office of Public Engagement

Works in Progress

  • Richard Holbrooke Former Morocco Peace Corps Country Director Richard Holbrooke - now Special Envoy for the President - in progress
  • Christopher Hill Cameroon Returned Peace Corps volunteer Christopher Hill - now Ambassador to Iraq - in progress
  • Tom Bissell - Writer and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer in Uzbekistan - in progress

Peace Corps Stories

In Progress

Peace Corps History

Peace Corps Afghanistan

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Peace Corps Georgia

Peace Corps Peru

Slashdot and Wikipedia Research

Writing for Slashdot

Writing for Wikipedia

Diff Files for Selected Submissions

Story Stream

Expanded Wikipedia Biographies

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Experimental Stories

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Other Work in Progress

Cognitive Computers

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