Jurassic Park’s science is nearing viability but questions remain as to the implications of its use:
I’m one of those people who is forever seeing faces and images in things, but this is a clever collection of 50 that are, I think, visible to everyone.
Interesting bit of research on the true reaction to celebrities and skinny models, but what makes this article all the more disturbing is the underlying message that if done right, advertising that teaches us to hate ourselves and desire the dangerously impossible is fine:
Janice Hardy gives an overview of the key points she picked up at Romance Writers of America about self-publishing.
Illegal Immigration (Sociology)
A look at illegal immigration that runs counter to the accepted beliefs but works with the data:
In the flash and glitter of the Regency Era, a young noblewoman craves to dance not in the ballroom but on stage, blending music, movement, and soul. Will these scandalous dreams destroy her family, or gain her a loving patron?
Beneath the Mask