Month: October 2017

#BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book Reviews

I am absolutely delighted to have blogger extraordinaire, Linda Hill of Linda’s Book Bag as a guest on the blog today to share a little more #booklove. Linda is one of my favourite bloggers and she covers such a variety of books that I can;t wait to see her choices. But first off, lets learn […] via #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book … Read More #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book Reviews

Muse Vacation — writing to freedom

Muse Vacation Muse Brad and I will be heading to Virginia to visit my mother and brother for a couple of weeks. We probably won’t be writing, posting, or reading many blogs. We’ll miss you, but probably need a break from writing deadlines. Muse Brad has convinced me we need time off from writing to […] via Muse Vacation — writing to freedom

Belly Over Mind — Discover

Ankiet’s Saveur award-nominated recipe blog pushes the boundaries of what a home cook can do with local and seasonal produce. via Belly Over Mind — Discover

My favourite place in the world!  — Mrs W in the making

It was the winter of 2008, and I was living in the most beautiful place I could imagine. I was 19 years old, and living life to the full. I had managed to secure myself a job as a nanny in a crèche for the winter season and I loved it! It was my day […] via My favourite place in the world!  — Mrs … Read More My favourite place in the world!  — Mrs W in the making

WCLK Atlanta

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Jazz24

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Jazz Groove

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A.I. — Itsmylife

The news did not miss my attention, though it was on the inside pages of the newspaper. The Scientists at Facebook switched off the robots they were developing, since the robots started communicating between themselves in a entirely new language which was gibberish to the humans developing them. Initially the Scientists were under the impression […] via A.I. — Itsmylife

African-American Soldiers of the Pacific War – Intermission Story (16) — Pacific Paratrooper

MacArthur was one of the few theater commanders who welcomed black troops into his command. However, “colored” units in the Pacific were almost never employed in a combat role. One exception was 93rd Division. Despite the skepticism of many senior commanders, the division had performed satisfactorily in training and in the Texas-Louisiana maneuvers of 1943. The 93 Division was ordered to Hawaii in December … Read More African-American Soldiers of the Pacific War – Intermission Story (16) — Pacific Paratrooper

Micro-Poetry: Breathless — Urban Poetry

A Micro-Poetry, “Breathless.” After all this time, after all the mountains we have climbed, after all the raindrops we have spilled, you still leave me breathless. Goosebumps rise at your breath upon my neck and your whisper of “I Love You.” via Micro-Poetry: Breathless — Urban Poetry

Women and Computers in WWII – Intermission Story (22) — Pacific Paratrooper

Before the invention of electronic computers, “computer” was a job description, not a machine. Both men and women were employed as computers, but women were more prominent in the field. This was a matter of practicality more than equality. Women were hired because there was a large pool of women with training in mathematics, […] via Women and Computers in WWII – Intermission Story (22) … Read More Women and Computers in WWII – Intermission Story (22) — Pacific Paratrooper

FilmGrab — Discover

Are you a movie and/or photography buff? At FilmGrab, cinephile Donnacha is building “a growing archive of stills from the best films ever.” via FilmGrab — Discover