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In this moment, Earth is once more passing that point in space and time where day and night are equal all over the planet; the equinox. 55 more words


Shutterfly Biometric Privacy Face Off Gets Go-Ahead

The latest question in privacy law is not what’s in a name (or IP address, PHI, TV viewing activity, etc.), but what’s on a face. 398 more words

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“the wordless, most unassembled spread of oak”: new poem at Amethyst

Many thanks to Sarah Law over at Amethyst, a journal focusing on poetry and the sacred, for publishing my poem on the sanctuaries of the Gauls in ancient France. You can read it here.


Until Dawn Comes

“….my sacred landscape is the foothills of the stars – I go there often to sleep …” 
John Geddes – A Familiar Rain

It’s 4.30am this morning … I’m at home reading my Twitter news feed, with its mixed bag of international and local political dramas, tragedies, opinions and diatribes, and planning the week ahead. 163 more words

Wordpress Photo Challenges

Mapping the Network: SOC 310 Intro to Women's and Gender Studies

In my Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies course, students work on Campus Press to build a blog that serves as a repository of knowledge about women’s and gender studies. 322 more words

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Assessing Attitudes about Municipal Water Conservation

The City of Hays has served as a trailblazer in western Kansas in its efforts to promote municipal water conservation. The City provides many opportunities for residents to participate in programs intended to promote sustainable use of water resources, even offering financial incentives to increase participation in select programs. 468 more words

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