Category Archives: Parenting

5 Interesting Links for 08-18-2017

Tips (Parenting) Ruth Bader Ginsburg offers seven tips for raising daughters that apply to sons as well to foster thinking and encourage the success of a life well lived. https://www.inc.com/bill-murphy-jr/7-things-successful-people-need-to-do-courtesy-of-ruth-bader-ginsburg.html Creativity (Exercise) A study by Stanford University found that the … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 09-25-2015

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Insults (Etymology) Fair warning, this short list of insults includes words often crossed out by stars, but it’s fascinating where they came from and why. http://thehairpin.com/2013/05/etymological-origins-of-words-related-to-insults/ Tardis (Fun) Enjoy a … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 09-04-2015

Philosophy (Economy) A fascinating look at the economics in Star Trek and how the replicator is a key factor. Not only that, but it speaks to some of the underpinnings of why I have always been a Trekkie (yes, I’ve … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 02-20-2015

Copyright (Art) A look at the legal implications of tracing original work. https://www.theartistsjd.com/trace-source-imagery/ Parenting (Life) A mother’s account of letting her toddler choose her clothes with commentary. It’s a fun suggestion for teaching your kids their opinion’s count. Of course, … Continue reading

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Things That Make Me Smile No. 56: A Message to the Future

A message from Wil Wheaton to a future woman that’s just wonderful and important for everyone to hear: What a cool mom to do something like this. I just hope her daughter appreciates it when she’s old enough.

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