Ever wonder how we got to "happily ever after"? How about fairy tale princesses -- are they always even princesses? Are the really nice people? How about fairy tales as appropriate entertainment for kids? By visiting Diamonds and Toads, you can learn obscure facts and interpretations about fairy tales you love, and those you never knew existed. And the pictures are great. The blog is for college students, home schoolers, parents and anyone who's just a fairy tale freak.
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Visual Arts at Brock University, a campus located right in the heart of Canada’s Niagara region. In my research and teaching I explore various aspects of the relationships that exist between art, science, place and people, both in our contemporary culture and in times past. Some of the things I write about include: gardens, parks, toxic waste, porcelain dinner plates, bears and postcards. I'm a newbie gardener and look forward to growing more than dandelions in my new garden plots.
Dancing with Problems & Trouble
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 by Jo Golden
I finally feel like I have returned from the holiday whirl. And as I
was eating, laughing, and generally talking trash with my peeps, many
DigiTells is a software company started by mom entrepreneur Giselle
Uffens. In January 2009, DigiTells launched Read-Along With Me, a
software program that encourages a passion for reading! Check out
www.DigiTells.com for more information.
This blog was conceived as a creative outlet in this new stage of my academic career, the dreaded "d" (d is for dissertation) word. To misquote dear Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, let's just say that, "Russian literature is my lawful husband and culinary experimentation my lover; when I get tired of one, I spend the night with the other." This blog, however, will trace my exploits with both....more
This blog is linked to the Disappearing Women: North-West ICT project, based at the Information Systems Institute, University of Salford.
The idea of the blog is to generate discussion about why women leave the ICT sector (particularly in the North West of England), vowing never to return. This blog is open for comments from anyone who is interested in this issue. We would especially like to hear from women who have left the ICT industry and would like to tell us about their experiences