Appropriation (Society) I’ve been in the position of trying to explain cultural appropriation before, and it’s easy for me to get muddled, especially when the other person isn’t really listening. So, I give you a clear, articulate explanation not just … Continue reading
Pictures (Cats) These are amazing pictures both because of the improbability and the genetic twists that can happen, and because they’re cute. (Via Facebook) http://boredomtherapy.com/unusual-cat-fur-markings/ Artist (Interesting People) A fun interview with comic artist Cassandra Calin, including examples of her … Continue reading
Challenges (Archaeology) A recently discovered site with some intriguing markings speaks to the challenges of archaeology as exposure to the elements wipes away an ancient message. http://www.livescience.com/51788-ancient-message-israel.html Bias (Education) While my background is very different from the former teacher who … Continue reading
Colors (Fun) A fun collection of color facts: http://apps.npr.org/lookatthis/posts/colors/ Timelines (Publishing) A look at the different approaches with indie, hybrid, and traditional writers…and how things might be changing.
Writer Yoga (Just for Fun) An infographic of a writer’s perspective on yoga poses. http://electricliterature.com/infographic-yoga-for-writers/ Uncanny Valley (Psychology) The acceptance of irregular features is greater among those who lack enough social contact according to this study. Interesting how they tested … Continue reading