Welcome back to weekly feminist cheat sheets. Here is our first for 2018. I’m not sure about you, but this week for me, was basically trying to keep on top of the allegations against Aziz Ansari, the unsurprising but outrageous backlash, and the array of smart, thoughtful pieces delving into the coercion(s) women experience — […]
Detroit was seriously busy this year, so here's a cheat sheet in case you missed anything.
If you’re a Google user, learning the ins and outs of its many apps can make you a power user on the internet. But who has the time? Psst, instead of a crash course, peruse these cheat sheets to level up. These aren’t necessarily printable cheat sheets, and they come in all forms. Show More Summary
...#7 is my favorite. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. I’m about to tell you the truth. But, are you willing to hear it? We all think we’re good leaders but the fact is most aren’t. Let me explain… The owner’s kidShow More Summary
I admit I read Rise and Shine from Chalkbeat every morning. It's kind of a cheat sheet to find out what education stories I might want to see every day. Also, they email it to me every morning around 7 AM, when I'm sitting with my computer in a department office. Show More Summary
By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam Team Natalie Coughlin has some tough choices to make before Austin, including whether to start #7 overall pick Melanie Margalis as an IMer, breaststroker or in the flex spot. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Austin Pro Swim Series: SwimSquad Battles Preview/Cheat Sheet
You can hardly blame Lorde for getting in a diplomatic brouhaha, celebrity singers are too young and too busy to be political sages. So here’s a cheat sheet Give us today our daily outrage: the pop star Lorde has decided – after much consideration – to cancel her concert in Israel after a letter from BDS (boycott, divest, sanction) supporters. Show More Summary
Be the smartest student in your class (and raise some important stats) with this cheat sheet.
Since Apple didn't give you a manual listing the gesture changes you have to get used to when you switch to the iPhone X, use this cheat sheet to familiarise yourself with what you need to know.
Here's a look at which teams might rest starters in Week 17, and which teams seem intent on playing it out as usual.
It's time to bring the championship home. Our best analysis and game-flow predictions for each Week 17 game meshed with a confidence scale will help you put your best foot forward on Sunday.
With each new holiday season the reach of ereaders expands, as a new crop of Kindles, Nooks and iPads are fired up. The first thing to do is download a few books. Just a few years after ebooks and ereaders first emerged as futuristic curiosity, they are fully mainstream now. Show More Summary
It feels utterly bizarre to write this: this is our last cheat sheet of 2017. Here is what we’re reading before ringing in the new year. This year, Maha Hilal writes, has “shaped a new era of overt Islamophobia in American politics.” Here are five ways the administration waged war at home and abroad. If […]
If you're playing for a championship this week or the chance to play for one next week, our deep dive into the stats, game script and game film is designed to help you make good lineup decisions.
To make sure your relatives get the best advice on complicated tech topics, here is a cheat sheet for explaining everything from the iPhone X to the Equifax hack.
With two weeks to go in the NFL season, five teams have clinched playoff berths. But no team has clinched a playoff seed, and 19 teams remain in contention. How to keep it all straight? Take a look at our cheat sheet for this week’s games, telling you which ones have playoff implications for both [more]
Another long 2017 week (only two more left!) but this one had some highs. Here is what we are reading: Net neutrality — or safeguards preventing internet service providers to interfere with our access — was repealed this week. Here’s what comes next. This isn’t the only instance of our government doing corporations’ bidding. The Environmental […]
Don't know who to start or sit? Don't worry, we've got your back. A week's worth of analysis, game watching and stat analysis will help you win in Week 15.
Oh, Jax. What did you do this time? Well, we now all know what he did: Jax Tayloradmitted to cheating on longtime girlfriendBrittany Cartwright on Monday night's episode of...
When you're in the zone, banging your fists against the keyboard trying to knock out that brief, stopping to open up the list of "symbols" and scrolling through them can be a real flow killer. Luckily, there are a few options that you may not even realize exist. If......