Editor's Choice

23 Jul 19
Back2work Project

Ana talks about becoming a job share evangelist, preferring practical help to mentoring, and why freelancing is too often the only answer for working parents.

23 Jul 19
Mahmudul Hassan

Link of FRP Bypass Google Account Manager 5.1 Google Account Manager 6.1 Developer Settings Quick Shortcut Maker Remote Android 7.1 GAM 6 Bypass FRP Bypass FRP Lock on Any Phone- mahmudul What’s the Google Account Verification and how it works? Let’s say that you just lost your phone and another person finds it. Normally, this person will […]

23 Jul 19
Financial Post

BEIJING — While China doesn’t want to intervene in the summer-long protests that have shaken Hong Kong, that doesn’t mean it won’t. The movement, now in its seventh week, has veered into more dangerous territory on two fronts. Protesters, who had previously besieged the city’s legislature and police headquarters, directed their ire at China itself […]

22 Jul 19
WAL Reader

As I write, there are several thousand non-European refugees outside Calais, all trying to enter the United Kingdom. Because they are disrupting travel across the Channel in the main holiday season, the British media has no choice but to report on their presence, and to keep reporting. Their presence is followed by the British public in part because of the disruption, but mainly, I think, because of what they visibly represent.

Britain, together with every country like Britain, is faced with an inward movement of peoples no smaller in extent than the mass-emigrations from Europe that settled North America and Australasia, and perhaps as great in its effects as the incursions from across the Rhine and Danube that transformed the Western Provinces of the Roman Empire. We face a mass-immigration from the Third World that may eventually double or treble our populations, and that will, by inevitable force of numbers, make us minorities in what we have so far considered to be our homelands.

What have we, as libertarians, to say about this?

22 Jul 19
Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Oops! this was drafted on July 19th, then the weekend came, and I forgot to publish it! The following notes were taken from my recording of the July 18th (week #29) Product Meeting. Once again, this meeting had a focus on Avatar 2.0 and also on the proposed upgrade path to it for creators. Quest […]

22 Jul 19
The Indian Perspective

 Since time was invented, people have fallen into three main categories: Chronically early, on-time, or late. You don’t need mental illness to put things off until the last minute and it doesn’t take anxiety to get things done well ahead of schedule. But, there’s also no denying that living with mental illness can – […]

22 Jul 19
The Millennial Source

In May 2019, the World Health Organization officially listed workplace burnout as a medical syndrome. The health risks are real, so it’s critical to learn how to get your mind back in balance:

1) Meditate
2) Get organized
3) Get some fresh air, rehydrate and breathe deeply
4) Arrange time to talk with a family member, friend or therapist
5) Exercise, stretch or do some yoga
6) Take a mental health day

22 Jul 19
Vita Brevis Press

EDITOR’S CHOICE AWARD: Bringing some of my favorite previously-published poems back to the front page. Poetry by William Rieppe Moore I hated them that give my Paa hard case of the whooping cough.We had to aspirate his vomitwith an empty can of Sterno besidethe bed. He couldn’t even drink.He threw it right back up. Betweenfits […]

22 Jul 19
National Post

BEIJING — While China doesn’t want to intervene in the summer-long protests that have shaken Hong Kong, that doesn’t mean it won’t. The movement, now in its seventh week, has veered into more dangerous territory on two fronts. Protesters, who had previously besieged the city’s legislature and police headquarters, directed their ire at China itself […]

22 Jul 19
Kick-butt Kidlit

Welcome to Kicking Back with Kick-butt! We’re chatting with Gail D. Villanueva, the author of MY FATE ACCORDING TO THE BUTTERFLY When superstitious Sab sees a giant black butterfly, an omen of death, she knows that she’s doomed! According to legend, she has one week before her fate catches up with her — on her […]

22 Jul 19
Broadswords and Blasters

(Editor’s Note: Anthony Perconti lives and works in the hinterlands of New Jersey with his wife and kids. He enjoys well-crafted and engaging stories across a variety of genres and mediums.  His articles have appeared in several online venues and can be found on Twitter at @AnthonyPerconti.  If you’d like to submit an article, send […]