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The Best Games To Get For Your New Gaming System, Phone Or Tablet 

Get a new gaming system for Christmas today? Or a new phone or tablet that plays games? We've got some recommendations for you so you can play some games (and maybe ignore your more annoying relatives in the process). Read more...

Good Energy Reading for the Beach?

Here are a couple books I’ve come across or that colleagues have recommended. Any thoughts, loyal blog readers? If you’ve read these books, which would you recommend? Any others to add to the list? read more

'A Year in Reading' at The Millions

The Millions entertaining A Year in Reading: 2014 series is finally complete, so there the link to check out all 74 entries, an enjoyable variety of recollections and recommendations from a whole lot of people; see also A Year in Reading:...Show More Summary

Novels Everyone Should Read: INFOGRAPHIC

What fiction books do you typically like to recommend? Designer David McCandless created an infographic called “Novels Everyone Should Read” for his new book, Knowledge is Beautiful. Some of the titles featured in this image include To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, and Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. Show More Summary

Load up your iPad with 2014’s best comics

From perfect superhero books to quirky indie hits, the comics scene circa 2014 is about as varied as it’s ever been. If you’re looking for some four-color reading recommendations over the holidays, look no further than Cult of Mac’s list … Read more ›

Dispatches from Ladyblogland

Here’s a few things we recommend reading over the break. Black women are leading the way at #BlackLivesMatter protests. For Harriet A history of sex-ed movies. Collector’s Weekly Why is Hollywood scared of Wonder Woman? Bitch Magazine A brief history of cheerleading. Show More Summary

FDA to Ease Blood Donor Ban, Still Sticking to One-Year Abstinence

There will be an opportunity to air concerns and recommendations by the public in a new policy to ease the ban on gay and bisexual male blood donations. read more

The Drag Performer Gift Guide You've Been Waiting For

Lady Bunny, Yara Sofia, Alyssa Edwards, Landon Cider, and more recommend stocking stuffers for drag performers. read more

Chicago Public Library Names Its Favorite Books Of 2014

Snuggle up over the holidays with on of these nationally-acclaimed great reads officially recommended by the CPL. [ more › ]

Relevance and Context

Caveat: this post is my interpretation of readings and studies therefore errors and omissions are mine and mine alone. It is highly recommended one fact check the data for clarity. My effort here is self-clarity toward a fuller understanding of the subject matter. Show More Summary

5 Book Recommendations for Nonprofit Networking and Data Nerds

There’s lots to enjoy during the holiday season – from gathering with friends and family to the festivities and fun.   But it is also a quiet time of year and a good time to catch up on reading.    Also, if you are looking for a last minute gift for the nonprofit networking and data nerd in your life, here’s some book recommendations.… Read More

The Monday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by frost.Recommended Reading:Prison Culture: [Content Note: Carcerality; violence; racism; misogynoir] 13 Things That We Re-Learned About the Prison Industrial Complex in 2014Jim: [CN: Homophobia] Taiwan...Show More Summary

With Help from Nicky

Recommended Reading: Joel Landmine’s Nervous Breakdown self-interview.

4 grammar lessons from our most beloved, old-timey holiday songs

Read more on this story at Mental Floss. Listen to more of The Week's podcasts: Your weekly streaming recommendation: The One I Love The great paradox of the greatest rock 'n' roll showdown of all time This week I learned your coin toss...Show More Summary

Unbreakable

Recommended reading: A profile of Laura Hillenbrand and the effects of chronic fatigue syndrome on her writing in The New York Times Magazine, just in time for the release of the film adaptation of Unbroken.

Podcast Transcript Ahoy!

This week’s podcast transcript is ready, so if you’d like to read a truly epic list of young adult, teen and young reader recommendations from Maureen of Confessions of a Bibliovore, head on over. Happy reading!

Recommended Reading: The life and death of 'The Colbert Report'

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read. Stephen Colbert Is Dead....

Recommended Reading: Venezuela's Notorious Tower; Hours in Tel Aviv's Bus Station

Welcome to Curbed's weekly roundup of architecture, real estate, and urban planning-related feature stories. Please be in touch if you have a story to recommend. Photo of the Tower of David via Wikipedia. 1. Residents are moving out of the...

The Friday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by foil.Recommended Reading:Elena, Neha, and Jean: [Content Note: Misogyny; harassment] MIT Computer Scientists' Reddit AMA Proves the Point about Gender in STEMScott: [CN: Rape culture; harassment; intimidation]...Show More Summary

Kata in Three’s

Caveat: this post is my interpretation of readings and studies therefore errors and omissions are mine and mine alone. It is highly recommended one fact check the data for clarity. My effort here is self-clarity toward a fuller understanding of the subject matter. Show More Summary

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