We all know that we can’t believe everything we hear and read, don’t we? Yet many of us are naturally trusting, leaving us open to fraud in the most unlikely of places. Let’s look at two real-life work scenarios in...
Christie Ledger editorial:Gov. Bigfoot: Christie vetoes paralyze Trenton, frustrate legislators. Ledger editorial: Christie misses a step on Ferguson. Really, Governor? You're going to go out on a limb to say trust the authorities and criminal justice system right now? Okay, Mr. Show More Summary
Here's an interesting exhibition which will open at La Galleria, 30 Royal Opera Arcade, London, on 29 September. it's an open charity art exhibition entitled Injustice, presented by London Legal Support Trust in association with Arts for Justice. Show More Summary
Paul Ford: Politeness buys you time. It leaves doors open. I’ve met so many people whom, if I had trusted my first impressions, I would never have wanted to meet again. And yet? — ?many of them are now great friends. I have only very rarely touched their hair. Such a lovely piece. ?
On July 31st I filed an open meetings complaint with Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s office. I was guest hosting a radio show for WDAY that morning, but a SAB reader had tipped me off that the State Board of Higher Education had requested that the public leave an open meeting at their retreat on the...
By allowing a telecom company to spin off part of itself into a real estate investment trust, the I.R.S. has opened a window to a way for many corporations to have lower tax bills.
It sounds like Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are going strong. Blake admitted to E! News that her husband has been a trusted advisor for her new lifestyle website, Preserve. She also discussed their plans for their second wedding anniversary. RELATED: Blake Lively debuts new website, Preserve. Blake told E!: He’s incredibly involved. We’re involved […]
The Bismarck Tribune today has an editorial about the growing gulf between legislators and the university system (my story yesterday about the utter lack of trust between the two sides on open records requests illustrates this too). The editorial itself isn’t all that interesting, but this paragraph detailing what the university system wants in exchange for...
A 'kitemark' that identifies randomized-controlled trials reviewed by specially trained peer reviewers would improve public trust in the robustness of clinical trials, according to an opinion piece in the open access journal BMC Medicine. Show More Summary
Now don’t laugh. I see what you’re about to say: this project looks like a mess. But trust me when I tell you this thing could be slapped to your face sooner than later, provided you prefer not to trust Google with your location, photo, and activity data and provided you’re a lover of open source hardware. Show More Summary
Benches shaped like open books have popped up all over the capital for Londoners, families and visitors to find and enjoy. ?Books about Town?, launched by the National Literacy Trust and Wild in Art, brings 50 unique BookBench sculptures...Show More Summary
Launched in May 2014, Hewlett-Packard Helion is a part of the company’s OpenStack offering. A free and open-source cloud platform, OpenStack is derived from a series of similar projects, including processing, storage, and networking applications. Lisa-Marie M. Namphy and Bill … Continue reading ?
“My parents hate me slash don’t trust me, so they sent me to boarding school 15 minutes from my house,” LizaBanks Campagna deadpans on stage at Science Club’s open mic night. Her parents have to trust her, though. She is an unsupervised teenager at a bar in Dupont Circle doing a stand-up comedy set. […]
As Congress considers legislation to avoid a shortfall of the Highway Trust Fund, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and 11 of his predecessors offered the following open letter to Congress.
Chicago had cows, St. Louis has cakes and now London has benches that look like opened books. The National Literacy Trust, along with public art promoter Wild in Art, has commissioned and placed 50 benches around town that are painted to look like pages and scenes from famous books. Full piece here.
Please post your open nonprofit marketing positions here Alumni Marketing & Communications Manager, Poly Prep Country Day (Brooklyn, NY) Chief Marketing Officer, National Trust for Historic Preservation (Washington, DC) Communications...Show More Summary
Bitcoin by Bitcoin, the Winklevii ETF Inches Closer to Reality (Bloomberg) It looks increasingly like the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (COIN) will actually launch. If it hits the market later this year, it will come a decade after the inception of the world’s largest gold fund, SPDR Gold Shares (GLD). Show More Summary
Conservation easements preserve ecosystems, open spaces, and appearances. Almost all states have legislation allowing a landowner to donate or sell described developmental rights to entities such as land trusts or government. When donated, a taxpayer may seek a charitable tax deduction. Show More Summary
A series of 50 benches shaped like open books and painted to represent major works of literature are appearing all over London in the National Literacy Trust's Books About Town project
27-year-old Oklahoma native Mike Turner fits every terrible media definition of an Entitled Millenial: he lives in his childhood home, he has a large trust fund, and his parents are funding his career ambitions. Namely, they opened a super PAC, poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into it, and used the money to buy television ads supporting their son.