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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? -- Who guards the guards themselves?...more

The Feminist Pole Dancer Perspective: Lean In and Spin

I am a feminist (a feisty one) and a pole dancer (a sassy one). I don't consider these aspects of self to be in conflict. For the sake of context, I am by no stretch a feminist scholar. Feminism and pole dance have many different interpretations and mean different things to different people. I discuss pole dance from a recreational perspective as a student and instructor. I neither represent nor disparage the exotic industry but I also don't have enough information to comment on it. That being said, pole dance is not exclusive to the domain of the gentleman's club....more
Han Solo as it turns out, it wasn't an article about stripping at all. Not all pole dancers ...more

Mass Effect

Mass Effect Review: http://www.beautylifegeek.com/video-games/2014/12/8/mass-effect Blog: www.beautylifegeek.com...more

Steps in Stopping Racial Inequality

We don’t get to choose the color of our eyes or the color of our hair. They make colored contacts and hair dye to change the small things we want to change yet we are left with something that we cannot permanently change with a box of hair dye or contacts we can pick up from our eye doctor-our skin color....more

A Handy Help: The Evolution and Future of Wireless Charging Technology

Generally speaking, the path of modern technology mirrors the path of how we harness, store, and transmit energy. This has been true since humans first harnessed fire, but it has taken an especially interesting trajectory in the past century. For more than 100 years, the Holy Grail of energy transmission has been wireless charging, the ability to power devices without batteries or cords....more

Chip and PIN vs. Chip and Signature Cards

The planet’s most powerful nation is sure backwards when it comes to the payment card industry: Why has America been using 1970s technology as of the posting date of this article? That magnetic strip on credit and debit cards has GOT to go already! And thank goodness, the transition to chip technology is more imminent than ever....more

Google for kids

When I let my son use my computer, he is usually sitting in my lap (or I am right next to him). He likes to use the mouse, he likes to type his name and we watch videos of Sesame Street friends or PBS videos with child-friendly content....more

Racial Inequality in Education Still Exists

Growing up, I was the darkest person throughout my whole academic career-and I’m not black. I’m biracial with my mother having a Hispanic, Puerto Rican ethnic background while my dad was also biracial with African American and Caucasian background giving me a natural all-year-around tan look to my skin. With being the only girl with a hint of color in their skin, I was the main target for any racial joke that was made by my peers and even sometimes my teachers....more

You Can't Pretend This Isn't Happening

http://www.nusqin.comAfter witnessing the injustice of Trayvon Martin, after seeing Ferguson on the news, and after seeing the Eric Garner video, I can't continue to be silent in my posts about what's happening around me....more

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like the Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday season is in full force. Not only is it time to bring out the tinsel while jamming out to holiday music, it’s also time to buckle down on your holiday shopping. Have you made your holiday shopping list yet? Luckily, in the U.S., the biggest shopping days of the year are coming up meaning lots of shopping deals at stores on and offline to help you complete your holiday shopping list....more