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Cover Review: An Etiquette Guide to the End Times by Maia Sepp

For all of you who own an e-reader, you are probably also accustomed to the emails that the company sends you about promotions and ‘recommended books’. 234 more words

Books

Fuck this week.

Good evening, Kathy. It’s Friday.

Today sucks. This whole week sucks. I just wrote a big long rant about how much this week has been awful, culminating in being sick today. 164 more words

Real Life

Coyotes Are Moving Into New York City

Wall Street Journal, April 23rd, 2015

FULL TEXT:

Wildlife experts said New Yorkers might as well get accustomed to seeing more coyotes after two of the animals were spotted recently in Manhattan. 554 more words

E-Mails

Terra Incognita

Some years ago, I had an e-mail address–with a provider which is now defunct–that was forever inundated with spam. ( I have the nasty suspicion they sold my address to various and sundry unsavory operators.) I discovered the crooked e-mails contained scraps of random prose. 132 more words

Poetry

How about we discuss uninterrupted work time?

There are about 24.2 million hits on Google for “uninterrupted work time,” so it feels like something people are interested in and others are putting out content around. 843 more words

Fundamental Explainers

DoD Warns Troops & Families to be Cyber Crime Smart

Posted on April 13, 2015 by Yolanda R. Arrington

Defense Department employees and their families should be vigilant when guarding personal and work information from expanding cyber-criminal activity, and to know how to recognize scammer tactics, according to DoD’s chief information officer. 482 more words

Department Of Defense (DoD)