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ISIS 'More Dangerous Than People Realize,' Says Author Who Traveled to Iraq, Syria

A German author who recently traveled to the Middle East has declared that the Islamic State terrorist organization is "more dangerous than people realize."

Thank You!

As we enter the home stretch of the holiday season and the end of 2014, I want to thank you for being a part of our Fundraising Authority community.  Most of all, I want to thank you, and everyone at your organization, for the good work you are doing each and every day. Whether you […]

Conrad Black: The Saudis Fear Western Alliance With Iran; Crashing Oil Is Their Retaliation

Authored by Conrad Black via The National Post, Responses to the decline in world oil prices have been mystifying — flummoxing, in fact. The secretary general of OPEC (the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), Abdullah Al-Badri, said last week that speculation was to blame for the decline by 15% since the last increase in production. Show More Summary

ICANN was hacked, but critical data was protected

Hackers breached the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization that coordinates unique web addresses all across the world, but luckily didn't hit the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, an important...Show More Summary

Blank on Blank Creates the ‘Tom Robbins on Jitterbugs’ Video

6 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

The Blank on Blank organization has created an animated video starring Even Cowgirls Get the Blues author Tom Robbins. The video embedded above features outtakes from a previously unheard interview conducted with Tod Mesirow that took place in 1994. Show More Summary

Experience the Famous New Year’s Eve Celebration in Times Square with Spectacular, Live Commercial-Free Webcast

Times Square 2015 Organizers and Ustream Present Embeddable Webcast of New Year’s Eve Festivities in Times Square with Returning Host Allison Hagendorf and Special Musical Performances by O.A.R. and American Authors. Full details after the jump! New York, N.Y. Show More Summary

Richard Dawkins Says Faith in God Makes People Capable of Evil Like Pakistan School Massacre

Atheist professor and author Richard Dawkins has said that it is faith in God that makes organized groups capable of great acts of evil, such as the Pakistan school massacre earlier this week where the Taliban killed 132 children and nine staff members.

Interview with Amy Jo Martin on Innovation

Innovation looks good on paper, but few established organizations are able to make it happen in practice. When I interviewed Digital Royalty’s founder Amy Jo Martin, the bestselling author of Renegades Write the Rules, she explained why the effort pays...

The age of miracles is over -- even for the religious

The modern world can be hard on devout religious believers. Its pluralism denies any one faith the power to organize the whole of social life. Its skepticism about authority undermines the efforts of churches to impose doctrinal discipline on their own members, let alone impose it on those outside the fold. Show More Summary

BookTrack: Why Soundtracks For Books Are Great For Readers And Authors

I just did a fantastic event in Auckland, New Zealand, so a big thanks to everyone who came! Plus a big thanks to BookTrack who sponsored and organized the event, as well as Auckland Libraries who hosted it. So what is Booktrack? First up, watch this quick video to get the idea about what it […]

Tech and Media Companies Back Microsoft in Privacy Case

last weekTechnology : Bits

A broad array of organizations in technology, media and other fields — including Apple, Amazon, National Public Radio and Fox News — rallied behind Microsoft's effort to block American authorities from seizing a customer's emails stored in Ireland.

Setting Up a Bogus Shell Corporation Is Really Easy

Mossack Fonseca headquarters in Panama. Photo by the author One of the simplest ways to crack down on ?organized crime and money laundering, most cops or FBI agents will tell you, is to make it harder for crooks to ?create so-called "shell"companies. Show More Summary

Recap the Movie History of SPECTRE with This 'Classic 007' Trailer

"World domination - same old dream." Last week it was announced that the new James Bond movie is titled Spectre, and it will be re-introducing the infamous evil organization (called S.P.E.C.T.R.E.) first created by Bond author Ian Fleming that was also a key part of the early Bond movies from the 60s and 70s. Show More Summary

Avoiding Content Marketing Spam: Content & SEO Culture, Process, Ownership

Before you map your 2015 content and SEO strategy, understand the different types of content that your organization needs, and have processes in place for authoring and production of different types of content.

ADHD & Adults: Help for Organizing Your Household

Almost every symptom of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) plays out in the household, said Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW, a psychotherapist and author of the book The Queen of Distraction: How Women with ADHD Can Conquer Chaos, Find Focus and Get More Done. Disorganization and distractibility lead to lost papers, unpaid bills, piles of laundry and […]

An Open Letter to the Recipients of My Mom's Donated Organs

3 weeks agoLifestyle : xoJane

The letter that the Organ Donations Authorities deemed too “specific,” “identifiable," and “personal" -- here's what I would say to the recipients of my mom's donated organs if I were allowed.

Advocate for the autistic

Mom of an autistic son, Rosanne Small-Morgan has written regularly about the ailment, authored book and started an organization.

Mexican Enough?

I’m from South Texas. I’ve taken Chicano literature courses. I’ve helped organize symposiums featuring Mexican and Mexican-American authors. But I had never heard of Amado Muro.

Search for Missing Ohio State Lineman

Authorities, family, and friends have organized a search for an Ohio State University football player who has been missing since early on November 26. OSU walk-on senior defensive tackle Kosta Karageorge's family say the player hasn't been seen since Wednesday morning, the day before Thanksgiving, and fear that he may be in danger of harming himself. Show More Summary

BLACKOUT: 11 Queer Black-Owned Business/Organizations You Can Support Today

3 weeks agoLGBT / Lesbian : Autostraddle

Plus a list of queer authors and artists of color, and information about hundreds of ways to support BLACKOUT.

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