I’m a little late on the posting schedule today, but I really wanted to think this blog post through. I might come across as having an adamantly single view on this topic, but I promise you, I’m open to discussion! 863 more words
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Happy Friday, all!
I’m excited not only because the weekend is upon us but also for this post, a brand new article published after months of drought. 913 more words
You’d think one wouldn’t have to justify a movement that promotes the welfare of 50% of the world’s population. But here I am.
Last week I mentioned that the wave we are currently going through is facing backlash and obstruction in a surprisingly similar fashion to its predecessors. 1,026 more words
Now available: an online archive of Edwardian-era postcards. “Described by researchers at Lancaster University as the social media of its day, with features of Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Messenger and SMS texts, the ‘hands-on’ database includes 1000 postcards, written and sent between 1901 and 1910, together with transcriptions and carefully researched historical data about the people who wrote and received the fascinating cards.”