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The Grand Tour

Muddy Colors has a tour of brilliance. The ability to carve the above is almost beyond comprehension.

Gorilla Killed After Toddler Falls Into Enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo

A toddler fell into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday. The incident ended with the 4-year-old boy being rescued, and the 400-pound animal being shot dead. The boy fell 12-feet into the gorilla habitat on Saturday afternoon … More » The post Gorilla Killed After Toddler Falls Into Enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo appeared first on EveryJoe.

European Multiculturalism and Islam

Here is the first part of a speech by journalist and author Bruce Bawer on Islam, multiculturalism, and Europe. You can find links to the subsequent portions near the YouTube video.

Jeff's Back!

It is great to see that View From the Ledge has returned.

How to Run a Successful Internship Program

At their best, internships provide students with invaluable experience working alongside professionals in a “real” business. Yet they remain the butt of many jokes and the bane of many managers’ existence. If the thought of some snot-nosed...Show More Summary

The Law School Blues

Althouse and others on the intellectual diversity problem at law schools. They don't believe in intellectual diversity and, unless there is economic pressure, they won't change.

"A Clean, Well-Lighted, Place to Blog"

This series at Eclecticity Light always sparks a smile and some envy.

London for Books

My trips to London have always involved visits to bookstores, large and small. It especially is fun to discover authors whose books are rarely seen in American bookstores. Foyles is a tradition; a glorious hodgepodge. Check out some of its stories here including the famous one about a letter to Hitler. What are some other bookstores that should be on my list?

Frequent Introspection

What are your strengths and how may they be weaknesses? What are your weaknesses and how may they be strengths? How can the fast be slow and the slow be fast?

Quote of the Day

Do not let us mistake necessary evils for good. - C.S. Lewis

12 Ways Every Entrepreneur Should Protect His or Her Brand

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 1. Show More Summary

3 Creative Ways to Boost Your Career During Your Commute

The average American commutes 24.5 minutes to work—that’s nearly an hour a day. Some may see their commutes as a hassle, but the truth is, a commute can be a great opportunity to dedicate time to activities you normally don’t find time for at home or work. In fact, if you use these in-between moments wisely, […]

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Until I was thirteen years old I lived at home and was taught by my father. Lessons occupied only two or three hours each morning, otherwise he left me to my own devices, sometimes helping me with what I chose to do, more often leaving me to work it out for myself. Show More Summary

No Peace for Pax Dickinson: On Being a Cultural Warrior

Pax Dickinson, co-founder of WeSearchr and former CTO of Business Insider, has been battling social justice warriors for years, and he has no intention of stopping anytime soon. This week, he faced off against Anil Dash on Twitter in defense … More » The post No Peace for Pax Dickinson: On Being a Cultural Warrior appeared first on EveryJoe.

"He is universally despised...."

True West magazine has a "few quotations we shouldn't forget."

Your Mind’s Biggest Challenges

If you have a minute, I’d love it if you would share your answer to the following question via my contact form: What are your biggest problems or challenges with respect to the way your mind seems to work? In other words, does your mind...Show More Summary

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