Musing

20 Feb 19
IntoTemptation.....jewellery musings

Bottega Veneta lost designer Tomas Maier as its creative director in mid-2018. He’s been replaced by Daniel Lee, who has changed the look of the bags and accessories. While Maier played heavily with the woven leather that is BV’s signature, Lee seems to be paring things way down. This necklace features three charms on a […]

20 Feb 19
Climate Collections

Reblogged from Musings from the Chiefio: Posted on 19 February 2019 by E.M.Smith I ran into a lot of maps and folks showing them in web pages when I searched on “Ice Age Glacial Map”. They show an interesting image of the world as it was, that is likely how our world will become. Remember […]

20 Feb 19
Musings, et., al

Today, I feel all these pain again—the discomfort, the confusion, the butterflies in my stomach, the breaking and the gradual healing. God seems to be in a rush. My seasons are changing in a haste. The process has been long. Some seasons were idle because I learned that God wouldn’t meddle unless we let Him. […]

20 Feb 19
Maura Intemann

Themes about the ethics and capabilities of artificial intelligence are abundantly explored in Louisa Hall’s novel Speak. The different voices that comprise the narrative of the novel often leave us asking questions about the line between humanity and technology, the realities of a future where AI is commonplace, and the implications of artificial memory on relationships […]

20 Feb 19
Musings from My Garden

Here is a link to my latest article for the Homeschooling with Heart blog: Mamas, Let’s Show Each Other Some Grace  

20 Feb 19
Midnight Musings

Let’s talk coffee for a HOT minute. I am not a huge coffee drinker. I don’t NEED it to survive. I don’t wake up in the morning  thinking to myself I MUST have a cup of coffee to start my day. I don’t even have one of those fancy coffee makers at home.  There is […]

20 Feb 19
Musings of a Potential Journalist

Coming less than six months after Sweetener, a musically diverse album produced by Pharrell Williams, Grande makes a successful return back to pop royalty.

20 Feb 19
DhAnAnJay ParKhe

A VC – Musings of a VC in NYC Remove The Weekly Email · Save By Fred Wilson, 13 hours ago · One of my favorite moves that I have seen founders do in the early stages of their company (think pre-seed, seed, and possibly into the Srs A stages), is the w.. Read More → Feld Thoughts Remove Meet RVR from Sphero · Save By Brad Feld, […]

20 Feb 19
Tai-Chi Policy

One of the things that I’ve been musing about the past few months is how different the Democratic Party has become in the past several decades, and how few of their voters I think really understand that.

20 Feb 19
john's musings

So I want to take a break thinking about the Project. I want to talk about the music I am doing lately. So for the past few years I’ve been focused on trap beats to sell them and work with rappers around here. I have met many so far at Pierce and it’s been awesome […]

20 Feb 19
Fantastic Movie Musings and Ramblings

GARGOYLES (1972) TV-Movie Article 3352 by Dave Sindelar Viewing Date: 9-3-2010 Posting Date: 10-18-2010 Directed by Bill L. Norton Featuring Cornel Wilde, Jennifer Salt, Grayson Hall Country: USA What it is: Monster movie A skeptical writer and his daughter encounter a race of gargoyles, evil minions of the devil who want to take over the […]

20 Feb 19
The Musings of Apple Juice

Have you ever done anything in your life that was questionable, but you did it to keep yourself afloat? If you have then you can relate to the story of Lee Israel in Can You Ever Forgive Me. Helmed by Marielle Heller in her directorial follow up to her 2015 debut (Diary of a Teenage […]

20 Feb 19
Musings of a Potential Journalist

This essay aims to critically analyze the main issues addressed in Walia’s arguments and apply them to the movement for justice for missing and murdered Indigenous two-spirited people, women and girls.

20 Feb 19
Musings of a Potential Journalist

“Part of that is to raise awareness on campus about this issue. The other part of it is to let survivors on campus know that there is support and we believe them,” she says. “We wanted to do something powerful.”