“In evolving with us for tens of thousands of years, maybe dogs became not just exemplars of happiness but, like humans, emotionally fragile creatures.” At Longreads, author Richard Gilbert paints a lighthearted portrait of Belle Krendl, his weird rescue dog.
A few months ago, I was featured in a USA Today article entitled Life-changing travel: Bloggers share their magical moments. In it, I talked about my trip to Machu Picchu – a destination that was a first for me on many fronts. A few weeks later I received an email from Marilyn Ball, a vivacious […]
“Survival is the new American Dream.” At Foreign Policy, Sarah Kendzior writes about the widespread economic disillusionment among young adults in the US.
“But instead of being a place of respite, the people who live on Joyce Taylor’s land find themselves in a technological horror story.” At Fusion, Kashmir Hill uncovers what happens when IP mapping goes very wrong.
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Everything you observe is also happening in relation to you This applies for “un physical” realms of thought Your thoughts themselves travel beyond your physical image of reality but ar…