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Road Kill Blogs


When I was initially trying to figure out this whole Blogosphere thing, I spoke with a few friends and colleagues who told me, with  their chins a little up in the air, that yes, they already had Blogs. 429 more words

In The Stream Today

Jet Blue's Climate Change & Tourism Scholarships

The JetBlue Foundation is offering two scholarships for students to attend the Centre for Responsible Travel (CREST) and the Puntacana Ecological Foundation’s Innovators Think Tank. This is a unique opportunity for students to learn about key issues involving climate change and tourism. 236 more words


Online Vs Reality: Be your own kind of beautiful

Its been a while since I haven’t blogged, because I really haven’t figured out the content variation that I would like to post. Originally I wanted my blog to be about travel, culture, beauty and lifestyle but I have decided to live in the moment and express myself in accordance to how I feel . 482 more words


Featured Book: The Heart of Applebutter Hill by Donna W. Hill

The Heart of Applebutter Hill

14-year-old Adiaphoran refugees Baggy and Abigail are a bit cynical, as they are alone in a new country. Rounded up with other refugee kids, they live in Transition House at the Plumkettle Learning Center until they are placed with guardians. 800 more words


Something about this Cuba poll just ain't right

Atrios flagged this Washington Post op-ed on the failure of President Obama’s diplomatic overtures to improve human rights conditions in Cuba. He notes the hypocrisy of the concern for human rights in Cuba when the US regularly does business with countries with human rights records that are worse than Cuba’s. 688 more words