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Kimmy Schmidt, The Bunker and How What Is Wrong With You Can Help Make It Right

July 31, 2015

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Here’s a headscratcher. Sooner or later, it dawns on you that your greatest assets are also your most vulnerable liabilities. It is just true. And one of mine is kind of a superpower with built-in Kryptonite. I am the Great Pretender. On my second re-watch of Kimmy Schmidt, I am struck once again by my […]

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My Plea to My White Friends and Family in South Carolina

June 19, 2015

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If you are friends with me IRL or online, my political leanings are not in anyway hidden or tamped down. They rarely have been. I’ve been opinionated and passionate about politics for almost forty years (true story). There are many of you who do not agree with me politically about very much. Typically, we just […]

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What Twitter Taught Me About The Charleston Shootings

June 18, 2015

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Originally posted on The Boeskool:
Last night, nine people died while worshiping in church. The church was Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, one of the oldest black congregations in the country. An unknown man, described as a white man in his early 20’s wearing a hoodie, went into their Wednesday night prayer service, prayed with them…

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Why Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Is My New Favourite Series

March 11, 2015

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Originally posted on This Seems Dangerous:
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is the new Netflix original show, and it’s actually AMAZING! It’s completely insane and hilarious, and weirdly uplifting, and it gives great life advice, AND the theme is catchy and sing-a-long-able! What more could you POSSIBLY want from a TV series?! By the way, I know…

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This Guy Paints Random Characters Into Old Thrift Store Paintings

February 25, 2015

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Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
? David Irvine is the talented artist behind the Gnarled Branch. The self-professed illustrator and crafter is known for his whimsical furniture, his Gothic sculptures and what he describes as ‘Re-Directed Paintings’. Featured below is his ongoing series of re-directed paintings where Irvine finds old and/or discarded thrift store paintings and…

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The art of choosing “One Thing”

January 2, 2015

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Originally posted on Lisa Pote:
Today, bravery looks resolving to do only one thing. The one thing that will make today different from yesterday, the one thing that will be a contribution to you and to your life in the coming days. Yes, only ONE thing. Some people use a marker such as New Years to stake their resolution…

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Banksy: A Documentary, A Tour of Favorites and A Stab At Identifying the Famed Street Artist

November 10, 2014

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Learn More Here: Roundup of well-known works: And coming soon: And for extra credit: Read and discuss: Why Banksy Is Probably A Woman

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Your Brain Said It Was Ok To Stretch It

November 7, 2014

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I spoke with your brain privately, and one message was unmistakable: Feed Your Noggin. Hacks for Start-ups: https://twitter.com/GrowthHackers/status/530512536974921728?s=09 Help with navigating grammar: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/530443200834830336?s=09 Go to college or graduate school…for free: https://twitter.com/Awkward_Duck/status/530432044388872193?s=09 And if knowledge fails, at least smell good. https://twitter.com/DangerMindsBlog/status/530442397004886016?s=09

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Strategy. Story. Social.

October 20, 2014

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What Matters: Doing Digital Right Telling a good story Sharing it smartly Retelling it interestingly Resharing it differently Recognizing the audience you have Getting them to be ambassadors Growing your audience Deepening online connections Finding natural allies Collaborating effectively so that everyone wins Whether it is a project, an event, a campaign or an idea, […]

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LA MEDIA NARANJA

October 17, 2014

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Originally posted on Margaret Ellis :
There is an expression in Mexico, “La Media Naranja.” Literally this means half the orange, but like most things in español, it isn’t a literal translation. It simply means, the better half, or soul- mate. It sometimes seems that the world is full of people who are looking for the…

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