Blogging, Bonds and Bathrooms

If I were an ambitious securities regulator or prosecutor, I would spend a few minutes each morning reading blog posts with titles like “Why I Quit my Investment Banking Job to Start a Tech Company.” There seem to be new ones every day, and you never know what you might find in them. For instance, if the author discusses his time as ... Read More »

How to Create an Exceptional Blog for Your Business

Does your business have a blog? If not, now is the time to start building one. It can provide a ton of benefits for your business. Here’s why you should create a blog for your business: [Source”cnbc”]   Read More »

We’ll Be Live-Blogging Apple’s WWDC 2017 Keynote, Right Here

It’s WWDC time and that means Apple’s ready to show off some shiny new software. We can expect to see updates to macOS and iOS as usual. But as a special treat, the rumour mills say that Tim Cook and friends will introduce some new hardware, too. Will it be a Siri speaker? (Maybe.) Will it be a MacBook update?? ... Read More »

Emergence Of Blogging As New Career Option

Blogging makes space for women with popular catalogs such as lifestyle, fashion, etc. What was perceived as a hobby has now been transformed into a medium to earn money. With easier accessibility laden with visuals, Blogging has emerged as a tough competitor to magazines and newspapers. Implications from surveys According to latest findings by India Blog Trends 2016 Survey, 60 ... Read More »

Poll: Should The Cowboys Bring Back Darius Jackson?

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports It was December 13th, 2016 when the Dallas Cowboys upset a large contingency of Cowboys Nation by waiving one of their sixth-round picks, Darius Jackson (who was subsequently picked up by the Browns). Only 170 days later, Darius is looking for an NFL home once again. View image on Twitter There are a lot of thoughts ... Read More »

HRC Recognizes Blogging for LGBTQ Families Day

Post submitted by Kimmie Fink, Welcoming Schools Consultant HRC is proud to participate again this year in the 12th Annual Blogging for LGBTQ Families Day. This annual event, which was started by founder Dana Rudolph, is an opportunity for LGBTQ-headed families and allies to show their support for LGBTQ families. You can join in by sharing photos, experiences, videos ... Read More »

Poli-sci blogging has come far, and has far to go

This post is part of Mischiefs of Faction, an independent political science blog featuring reflections on the party system. It has been five years since the founding staff of the Mischiefs of Faction posted its inaugural blog post. I’d like to take this opportunity to talk a bit about how the role of political science blogging has changed since 2012. ... Read More »

Five Dallas Cowboys Players Who Have The Most To Prove

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports As the Cowboys just wrapped up their first of three OTA sessions, fans finally got a glimpse of some on-field action. With so many intriguing story lines out there, the craving for details is almost uncontrollable. There should be some sort of Cowboys junkie rehabilitation clinic to help you get your fix. Oh wait, you’re on ... Read More »

Blogging at the time of dictatorship

The Tunisian Internet Agency is responsible for harming national memory. Questions need to be answered and those responsible need to be held accountable. Peter Zschunke/DPA/PA Images. All rights reserved.For decades before the revolution, the ruling regime in Tunisia dominated public space, monopolized the media, confiscated the voices of dissenters, and spent a lot of effort and money to produce a ... Read More »

Cowboys OTAs: Dak Prescott Shows Up To Camp Stronger And Faster

Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images Last year at this time, fourth-round rookie quarterback Dak Prescott was sitting at the kids table. Buried on the depth chart behind Tony Romo and Kellen Moore, Prescott was just a young player trying to prove himself. Then, over the next few months, fate would intervene and yada yada yada, he was the starting quarterback ... Read More »