Month: December 2017

Popcorn Strings – #poetry #DecemberWriting #Christmas — Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos

The Christmas tree was lit Only one thing left to do String together popcorn To create the perfect view I carefully threaded the needle Making sure it was nice and strong One by one, I gathered them To make the strand grow long There was just one problem My tree was much too tall I […] via Popcorn Strings – #poetry #DecemberWriting #Christmas — Night … Read More Popcorn Strings – #poetry #DecemberWriting #Christmas — Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos

One More Christmas — Muddling Through My Middle Age

We were sure that last year would be our dog Lucy’s very last Christmas. She was fifteen years old, and had survived a couple of serious health issues. Signs of her aging were obvious: stiffness in her joints, hearing loss, and worst of all, a digestive system that obviously could no longer handle the variety […] via One More Christmas — Muddling Through My Middle … Read More One More Christmas — Muddling Through My Middle Age

Intellectual Chocolate Interviews Dr. Darnisa Amante, Co-Founder of D.E.E.P.

Desserts for Christmas — Cooking Without Limits

Today I made a list of possible sweets I want to make for Christmas. The first one is a must, because I just love the crunchy feeling in that dessert. Also, it is so easy to do and with no great skills. How about your list? Is it long, short, easy or difficult? Chocolate baklava […] via Desserts for Christmas — Cooking Without Limits

The Last Christmas — Hugh’s Views & News

What do you leave out for Father Christmas on Christmas Eve? via The Last Christmas — Hugh’s Views & News

Story Telling With Food — 7 Saffron Street

Some of you know that I had this wonderful opportunity to speak at a ‘CTPPA (Connecticut Professional Photographers Association)’ about food photography recently. “Tell Your Food Story Stunningly” was the topic I chose to package my knowledge and experience with food photography and deliver to a group of very talented and accomplished photographers. The amazing […] via Story Telling With Food — 7 Saffron Street

Eulogy For an Aging Book Guy — Discover

“Because to everything there is a season, and the season for ‘trying on identities like costumes’ is somewhere between the ages of seventeen and twenty-six. Anything beyond that, and all you’re actually doing is simply ‘wearing a costume.’” via Eulogy For an Aging Book Guy — Discover

Michael Dell doesn’t buy the hype about killer artificial intelligence and tech dystopias — Tech Insider

Michael Dell, the billionaire founder behind Dell Technologies, expects technology to continue to yield “tremendously positive outcomes for humans.” No matter how smart computers become, they will always be fundamentally different from human brains, Dell argued. Dell’s comments, made to an audience of executives at a conference hosted by the software company Pivotal, come at… via Michael Dell doesn’t buy the hype about killer artificial … Read More Michael Dell doesn’t buy the hype about killer artificial intelligence and tech dystopias — Tech Insider