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Guest Post: Why You Cry, and Why It Is Something I Can Never Do

Please enjoy this guest post from a T-800, written just before descending into a vat of molten steel! Guest Post: Why You Cry, and Why It Is Something I Can Never Do originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

Announcement: Lean Blog is now “Lean Buzz” with Listicles, Polls, and MORE CATS!

Hi, Dr. Les Muda here. You might know me from DoctorMuda.com and my occasional “guest appearances” here, including the one post I was brave enough to write here at LeanBlog.org under my own name. Be sure to check out my new post on Deming’s 14 Points. My new post is a “listicle.” What’s that? Read on… […]

White House Releases Plan to Lower Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale The press release from the White House, Office of the Press Secretary is here.  It reads: FACT SHEET: U.S. Reports its 2025 Emissions Target to the UNFCCC State Department Submits President Obama’s Ambitious 2025 Target to Cut U.S. Climate Pollution by 26-28 Percent from 2005 Levels To view the INDC submission,…

Nick Stephanopoulos on the Alabama Redistricting Case

Here is a guest blog post from Nick Stephanopoulos: The rapidly congealing conventional wisdom is that last week’s Alabama redistricting case was no big deal. And the conventional wisdom is mostly right. The case confirmed the prevailing understanding of racial … Continue reading ?

Russia – perhaps more restrained and less powerful than you think?

The following is a guest post by political scientists Brandon Valeriano (University of Glasgow) and Ryan C. Maness (Northeastern University). Debates about the origins of Russia’s intervention into Ukraine have typically taken as given Russia’s position as a muscular, capable regional power, engaged in what Realists regard as power maximization. Show More Summary

Guest Post: Burning Down The House: Land, Water & Food

Submitted by Luke Eastwood Burning Down The House: Land, Water & Food I’m sure when Talking Heads wrote "Burning Down The House" that they didn’t exactly have financial collapse and environmental degradation in mind. Although with a verse like “Hold tight wait till the party's over. Show More Summary

No One More Surprised Than Hillary Clinton At Her Ability To Handle The Inconvenience Of Using More Than One Device At A Time

[guest post by Dana] Remember when Hillary Clinton claimed that it was for reasons of “convenience” that she exclusively used personal email on a single device while at State and we all laughed? Yes, well about that: Hillary Rodham Clinton emailed her staff on an iPad as well as a BlackBerry while secretary of state, […]

Caliber Truck Co presents Bay Days

the street side of Caliber Trucks. Starring: Kyle Smith, Cameron Revier and special guest Sean Imes The post Caliber Truck Co presents Bay Days appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.

Lessons in Supplier Development: The Apple Watch

Categories: Guest Post, Supplier Management Tags: Apple, BravoSolution, Supplier Development Spend Matters is pleased to feature this guest post by Mickey North-Rizza, VP Strategic Solutions at BravoSolution. April 24, 2015, marks the release of the long-awaited Apple Watch. Show More Summary

‘New Girl’ Renewed for Season 5, John Cho and Taran Killam to Guest Star

New Girl is renewed for Season 5, and it's bringing in John Cho and Taran Killam as guest stars! Get the full details here: The post ‘New Girl’ Renewed for Season 5, John Cho and Taran Killam to Guest Star appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.

Getting to Know You: The Women’s Center for Creative Work

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Guest post by Crystal Baxley.   Greetings from sunny Los Angeles! After 17 years, I’ve recently relocated to Los Angeles from Portland. It’s not fucking easy[1]; but I’m generally really stoked on the whole thing. I’ve got a lot to learn about L.A. art, and there’s a hole in B@S L.A. coverage – so here […]

Miracles of Human Language

Below is a guest post by Marten van der Meulen, who is a teaching assistant for this course. On March 30th, the Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) Miracles of Human Language: an Introduction to Linguistics will start on Coursera. The course is facilitated by Leiden University, and is given by Marc van Oostendorp, professor at […]

5 Things Decision Makers Expect From Your Band's Online Presence

The music industry is a very symbiotic one. Artists, journalists, publicists, and labels all depend on one another to stay afloat. Is your band's online presence catching the attention of industry decision makers? Guest Post by Tyler Allen on Sonicbids Blog Artists depend on entities for coverage, distribution, and support,...

5 Ways Musicians Should Be Using Periscope

Have you heard about the latest social media trend? It’s called ‘live broadcasting,’ and while there are two companies dominating the marketplace, Periscope is emerging as the leader. Guest Post by James Shotwell on Haulix Blog One of the competing companies is called Meerkat, and until a few weeks ago...

When sponges take over

Below is a guest post by UNC student Kati Moore: Overfishing, pollution, and most of all, climate change, are destroying corals, causing the collapse of ecosystems and fishing industries around the world. “Corals are the backbone of...Show More Summary

Jon Stewart’s Successor And The Jews: Yeah, I Know It’s Supposed To Be Funny …

[guest post by Dana] So 31-year old comedian Trevor Noah has been named heir to the Daily Show. Jon Stewart, who will officially leave the show later this year, is said to be thrilled at the selection of Noah. Noah, himself, was also very excited upon being informed that he would succeed Stewart: “You don’t […]

Paul & Joe Protecting Pressed Powder Prepares Pet Assistant Cheeks for Busy Schedules

The following guest post was written by Tabs… You can forget about opening this compact with your paws because, sadly, it is made for human hands only. Paul & Joe’s new spring 2015 Protecting Pressed Powder is not for powdering tabby noses. Show More Summary

Social media helps dictators, not just protesters

The following is a guest post from University of Toronto political scientist Seva Gunitsky.  It is related to his research for a recent article published at Perspectives on Politics, and which has been ungated (made available for free) to readers of The Monkey Cage. Since its euphoric beginnings, the Arab Spring has followed a path all […]

Putting The Proverberial Lipstick On A Pig

[guest post by Dana] It’s a smart tactic when advocates (and people in the business of making money) take a divisive issue and attempt to normalize it in order to remove its stigma and garner public acceptance. But, if one is honest about it, whether an abortion involves a cold, sterile operating room with a […]

More than half of 60 Minutes devoted to “Killing Cancer” but still no independent perspective

The following is a guest blog post from a member of our editorial team, Tom Watkins, who worked at CNN for more than two decades.  He has a strong background in health/medical/science journalism. ————————— CBS News’ “60 Minutes” devoted a massive amount of time, resources and airtime to a story about an experimental treatment underway [...]

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