Greetings, citizens. This week, we’ve got some bits and bobs from the non-mainstream media, and for those interested in EU matters, it’s fascinating stuff. Continue reading News in Europe: Euronews and LuxLeaks
We’re back to Bollywood, finally, with the massive hit, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
Thanksgiving is almost here for Americans, and it can be an adorable but dangerous time for your pets. Here are some reminders of things to consider before considering your dog one of the guests. If you’re traveling somewhere else with your dog, these precautions should be made an even bigger priority because your dog is already off schedule and out of his element. Continue reading Thanksgiving Safety for Pets
Poor people tell their sob story on live television in the hope that the studio audience will give them money. Where would TV and film be without the financially challenged as some easy entertainment?
You think you like someone, go on a few dates, get excited about where things could be going and then… they gradually trickle out of your life — without explanation. We’ve all been the victim of it, and most of us have done it to others: “The Slow Fade,” also known as “Ghosting.” Continue reading Why It’s Time To End The Dating “Slow Fade”
Winter is coming, Persephoneers. Winter is coming. Continue reading Ladyguide: Surviving Kids and Winter Bugs
Boys and girls, sit tight because I’m going to tell you all about why not to use Google images for book covers.
For some, Google Images is a free-for-all playground. If it’s on Google it must be free, right? Well, no. Do you think everything you find on Google is free? Do you think that every site you browse is free for you to take apart and run away with? Even academic papers? Well, you’re in for a good wake up call. Continue reading Is It Okay to Use an Image from Google for My Book Cover?
That’s right, we’re skipping a few chapters. Believe me, you’re not missing much. Continue reading The Great NaNo Adventure: Chapter Eight