Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments. Misogyny in Music: Art vs Science – “Generally what happens is this: I’m driving along, listening… Read More ›
Month: February 2010
That’s still a solid lead for Labor and for Rudd as preferred PM.
All rain and slow internets makes tigtog something something…
Morbidly concerned with appropriate discipline for a teen who downloaded several gigs of Youtubes the other weekend for a start. I’m on 64kbps until next Monday unless I dive into my netbook’s mobile broadband allowance. How was your weekend?
From the Things I Love files today: Beautifully covered cookbooks. Sure, the other cookbooks get pulled out plenty for their content. Mrs Beeton’s, the C.W.A. Cookbook, The Cook’s Companion, Complete Vegetarian, How To Eat, 101 Muffins, Trattoria Pasta, the Women’s… Read More ›
Femmostroppo Reader – February 6, 2010
Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments. Shaking hands with Death – “Terry Pratchett recently had the honour of giving the Richard Dimbleby… Read More ›
Carnival! We’re TWENTY-ONE!
The Bumper Coming-of-age Twenty-First Edition Down Under Feminists Carnival is up at The Radical Radish!. Check it out now. The range of posts tackles domesticity, race, trusting women, respect, politics, activism, body image, sexuality, media, movies, SF, fashion and rape… Read More ›
Otterday! And Open Thread.
It’s Otterday! Today’s river otters were photographed at Yellowstone – please go check out the rest of the photos at Laurie’s Blog. Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Is there anything great… Read More ›
For Haiti Orphans, Cross Nursing Can Save Lives: ILCA, UNICEF, WHO, PAHO
For those wondering how on earth aid to a disaster area can exist without huge-scale donations of infanf formula from the United States, or wondering how to explain this to others, this press release from ILCA, and the links therein… Read More ›
Hey, let’s send people who don’t speak the local language – what could go wrong?
Unable to speak Spanish except for a few phrases, the CIA team had difficulty calling off the operation.
Driving Under The Influence Of A Uterus
logansrogue (napalmnacey) points out an ad for AAMI insurance’s “Safe Driver Rewards” programme. The ad features a series of people in the aftermath of crashes admitting to culpable driving, to the tune of “What About Me”. Check it out: Transcript:… Read More ›