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  • proper n. A surname derived from the given name David.


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  • In fact an Army of Davids is about that very premise.

    It’s A Good Frontier, Too « Tai-Chi Policy

  • Far more words formed in Davids head than made it to his lips.

    365 tomorrows » 2008 » May : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • If the relationship between the two Davids is strained, as some commentators are reporting, they are both concealing it well.

    Not unprecedented, but pretty damn close « Gin&Comment

  • ... of Glenn Reynolds's excellent An Army of Davids is up: How technology allows little guy to beat Big Media.

    My review ...

  • Army of Davids is now up to #78 on Amazon, which isn’t bad for a book that doesn’t come out for over a month.

    Balloon Juice » 2006 » January

  • I shan't be reading The Serial Killers [sic] Club, but I can highly recommend the first half of An Army of Davids, which is the best of the many books about blogging that I have read.

    February 2008

  • BCS format: Come on, don't we all want to see whether the so-called Davids (Boise State and Texas Christian) of the college football world can knock off the Goliaths (Texas, Florida and Alabama)?


  • All thirty children also displayed normal, healthy development until about 18-24 months of age, (My thoughts not Davids, that is when kids get several vaccines) when they quickly regressed into clinically diagnosed autism (and not merely "features of autism"), following some type of unusual trigger, (My thoughts Thimerosal turns into Inorganic mercury in the brain of the child and Inorganic mercury is the most damaging to the mitochondria and depletes the glutathione the most efficient and depleted glutathione is what we are seeing in our kids with regressive autism) or stress, placed on their immune system.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • In both cases, the developers have asked for continuances, hoping to wait out the "Davids" and strike when their fervor is cooled.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The main hypothesis of the book is that the ordinary people (the 'Davids') have been so empowered by technology that, particularly when working collectively (as an 'army'), they are now able to take on the giant institutions and corporations (the Goliaths) on practically equal terms.

    Archive 2006-04-01


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