An inadvertent companion piece to Suzoz’ earlier find from New Scientist (A guide to the Perplexed on Climate Change), from Gristmill comes How to Talk to a Global Warming Skeptic. a complete listing of the articles in “How to Talk… Read More ›
Month: May 2007
Further to last month’s effort, I bring you this month’s soapblogging! Once again, rubbish camera, poor light, yadda yadda. Feel free to enthuse about the “artistic” effect. Raspberries ‘N’ Cream
Lauren is guest-blogging this week at Feministe. Her review of a book about marketing to children, and her discursion about her own rules for buying toys for her son, is a cracker of a post.
A few people are blogging about the tenth anniversary of the Bringing Them Home report, and the the 40th anniversary of the referendum that decided that Australian indigenous people are human, that they should be counted in the Australian census…. Read More ›
In another case of the disappearing agent, Australian newspapers have been breathlessly reporting the amazing case of an intrepid Australian doctor “performing” the delivery of a healthy baby with nothing but a first aid kit and an oxygen mask –… Read More ›
When I stop writing about music and art and try to be cute I reveal myself as a gigantic arsehat.
Crossposted at Larvatus Prodeo I blogged a few days ago about the recent Nandos ad, the blatant sexism of which means that I won’t be eating their food. I’ve previously blogged on why Dolce and Gabbana and other businesses that… Read More ›
This is the first in an occasional series: as I find especially appealing timesinks I will share them with you all. The first: The Paper Art of David Callesen: A4 Papercuts (Callesen’s index page)