Hello, unicorns! How are we doing this week, in this world without David Bowie? Let’s catch up on some of this week’s interesting news stories…
If you need a reason to eat ALL the cheese, then this is the Friday News Bites for you. Let’s get started:
President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday had its fair share of highlights, and we’ve also got updates on the situation in Yemen, a found Mars lander, and much more. It’s time for Friday News Bites…
We’re on an LGBTQ bent again with this week’s newsy roundups, along with news about the Malaysian Air flight that was shot down and some recent obituaries. Let’s get to it.
While the snow came down, the ladyblogs blogged and the readers read. Which is just about all snow is good for facilitating in my opinion. Here’s what we read this week.
Today’s newsy roundup inspires a lot of, “WTF is wrong with you?” commentary, but I’ve got some good news, too. Come, gather ’round; let’s talk about what’s happening in the world.
Happy Friday, everyone. Perhaps the biggest news story this week is that of the U.S. government shutdown, in which all but “essential” employees are not working (or being paid) until further notice. Hopefully this does not make life difficult for too many of you reading, and if it does, we send our utmost sympathies.
I’m going to try a new format this week: bad news, good news. Hopefully we’ll all feel a bit more cheerful at the end of it.
Well, well, well. Welcome back you delicious, delectable intelligent beings.
Compared to last week, the news today is downright cheerful. And that’s not saying much, because it still makes me want to find an island populated entirely by kittens.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock with no TV, internet, or outraged relatives, I’m sure you’ve heard that the Affordable Care Act was declared constitutional last week by the Supreme Court by a 5-4 margin. Huzzah! But what does that really mean for you and me? Let’s look at some of the numbers to […]
Rejoice, citizens of the United States! As of yesterday, the United States Supreme Court, as you’ve undoubtedly heard by now, upheld the Affordable Care Act.
Well, well, well, look what the kittens drug in.
You may have experienced this before: the feeling of an alien creature latching onto the base of your skull, sending pain shooting into your cranium and through your brain, or maybe it feels like a crazed sociopath suddenly plunged an ice pick into your head, lodging it firmly behind one of your eyes. Maybe it
I work in healthcare IT (Information Technology) as an Interface Analyst. It is my job to make disparate healthcare computer systems talk to one another using an interface engine. Think of an interface engine as a translator. It sits in between two different computer systems, and it does translations. Some simple, and some complex with […]