Perhaps you're a blogger who loves sharing information with her readers.You've got solid content on your website. But, what about other places you can promote your content? How about YouTube!?Yeah, you heard right. It's easy to put your content on presentation slides (Keynote or PowerPoint) and then turn them into HD video. ...more
I'm thankful that I could type in the question "Can you substitute rum for bourbon?" in an online search engine and find an answer.The answer is no, by the way.I didn't need this information; I was just doing my part yesterday to resolve a disagreement between co-workers. Tina had found a recipe for a bourbon cake that you heat in a crock pot. Jamie, hearing the phrase "bourbon cake" immediately requested that Tina make it. Tina, alas, doesn't have any bourbon. Thinking about the alcohol she does have at home, she pondered aloud, "I wonder if I can substitute rum?"...more
In the words of Samantha Ro’otsitsina de C. Juruna (Tsitsina Xavante), a 28-year-old indigenous woman of Xavante heritage from Namunkurá community in the indigenous territory of San Marcos, Mato Grosso state, in the Amazonian region of Brazil. Trained in social services, she has a Masters in Sustainability for Indigenous Peoples and Territories. She is a member of the Comisión Nacional de la Juventud Indígena (CNJI – National Committee for Indigenous Youth) and the Red de Juventud Indígena (REJUIND – Indigenous Youth Network).
The far right is discovering opening sexist attacks on women get them in trouble. Even when they have a chick say it for them, feminist bitches still don’t like sexism and refuse to ignore it just because the person saying it has a vagina. We are evil that way, with our quest for equality and shit. Thus, the far right is mixing the sexist remarks with ageism – hoping to disguise the level of asshat with some twatwaffle smoke and mirrors.The dipshit still having figured out that ageism springs from sexism too....more
The best thing about March is the annual outpouring of information about women. This year's rich harvest includes some terrific profiles of women's work in photography, theater, and museum leadership. Make no mistake - new ground is being broken here, and we are still seeing many "firsts".
Last year, I let this day slip by. I'd written about it the three previous years. I spend a lot of my time trying to create empathy for people (all people), and this -- the casual disregard for people with intellectual disabilities, the widespread belief in our society that people with disabilities are disposable -- hurts. It isn't the word that hurts -- though it does -- it's the WORLD that hurts.
As soon as someone mentions BPA (bisphenol A), I recall the glasses and glass holders our family now uses to replace the plastic containers that previously populated our cupboards. Like many moms, my number one priority is to keep my kids safe. So of course, I have also been concerned about BPA in the past....more
Image by Sean McCabe in AARPPapers across the world this morning are announcing the death of 83-year-old surgeon Sherwin B. Nuland, perhaps most well-known for his National Book Award-winning “How We Die: Reflections on Life’s Final Chapter.”...more
Never underestimate the brains of a young guy who still lives with his mother—at least not the case of 19-year-old Luis Flores, Jr., who was smart enough to steal the identities of Kim Kardashian and even the head of the FBI, and assume their financial accounts.Of course, he wasn’t smart enough not to get caught....more