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People are always fascinated by infidelity because, in the end – whether we’ve had direct experience or not – there’s part of you that knows there’s absolutely no more piercing betrayal.

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Project Eavesdrop: NPR's Story About Our Unintentional Sharing

Just what can our Internet activity tell about us, and who can find the information? What do we unintentionally share? We tell our children not to share specifics kinds of personal information, but much of that information is somewhere — in the digital ether — a result of our various digital footprints, searches, apps settings, and smartphone connections, and waiting to be discovered. 246 more words

Parents And Technology

Q&A: How is the Native College Experience Different?

You don’t often hear about the challenges that Native Americans face when going through college. This young Native American woman sheds some light on a situation that many of us don’t realize exits. 20 more words


Margot Alder NPR Journalist and Wiccan High Priestess

I thought this was the best thing I could write today. It’s a very sad to hear of Margot Alder’s passing. She was an amazing women and a huge part of the pagan community. 35 more words

Artisans Corner

Don't Call Me That

Because I check my LinkedIn page once in a while, I am exposed to articles about how to get ahead on the job, networking, advances in medicine, and sometimes the results of research or surveys. 276 more words

NPR's Michel Martin on telling no more

I may nod my head clean off reading Michel Martin’s piece on The National Journal website. Martin, who lost her NPR show “Tell Me More,” 360 more words

Being Black