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Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

Multigenre UK children's author Lucy Coats blogs about books, mytholog...

 
Silent CacophonySilent Cacophony

Chase March is an elementary school teacher, a writer, a hip-hop historian,...

 
My Portis Wasp saysMy Portis Wasp says

My Portis Wasp says is a mixtape of Photography, Models, Film and TV Review...

 
Hunk du JourHunk du Jour

Hunk du Jour is a worksafe look at handsome and noteworthy men from all ove...

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
Planet MondoPlanet Mondo

planet mondo is the first stop for pop culture bytes. Featuring soul stompe...

 


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Since 2001, the Innocence Project New Orleans [IPNO] has freed 33 innocent people from spending their lives in prison in one of the very harshest states in America. We spoke to Jee Park, the group’s executive director, about racism and the quest fo...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Kaushik Macharla is a true techie, in every sense of the word. He has spent his illustrious career thus far … The post Product Design Expert on What Makes UX Work first appeared on TechSling Weblog.

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Richard Garriott is a robot. The creator of the Ultima series (including Ultima Online, one of the first massively multiplayer online games) runs his Austin company Portalarium from his home in New York. He telecommutes via Beam—a Segway-like robot...

If you're just starting out as a filmmaker, deciding if you should attend a traditional film school is something you need to decide. And it's a costly decision - some of my friends here in Los Angles are over fifty-thousand dollars in debt... The po...