People who call climate activists “prophets of doom” are dead wrong: Climate change is here and now. It’s already endangering the lives of people (disproportionately, the poor) and wiping countless species of plants and animals from the planet. The so-called “prophets of doom” are talking about today’s problems. These activists don’t focus on doom. Rather, … More An Illustrated Tribute to Most Endangered Plant in Every Us State
The Oscar nominations for 2020 are out. By now it is no surprise that the movies shortlisted by the Academy reinforce the status quo of representation in front of and behind the camera. What does this mean for emerging filmmakers from underrepresented groups? Continue reading at Sip Film Festival.
Television is a big, big deal in 2019. The chief of the BBC has just declared “a second wave of disruption” is to hit the industry, even as the preceding disruption still ripples through our living rooms. The arrival of new streaming services from Apple and Disney are sure to be a game-changing, and not just … More The World’s Favorite TV Shows (According to IMDb)
Remember those cringe-worthy corporate training videos they used to make in the 1980s? Today they still resurface on YouTube and TV compilation shows, and a few key ingredients are guaranteed: wooden acting, a creaky script, Dad jokes, and more cheesy video effects and titles than you could fit on a floppy disk. While the technology … More Corporate Training Videos: Everything You Need to Build Great Content
Ticks are blood-sucking insects, a bit like spiders, which attach to your dog and cause all sorts of trouble. It’s not uncommon for them to crawl into your dog’s paws. They can bite animals and humans, spreading infections, microbes, and bacteria. Continue reading at Wamiz.
The final academic year of the decade is a pivotal moment for higher education. Challenges are being met by increased technical and pedagogical innovation, plus increased revenue from philanthropical sources. So just what does the 2019/20 year hold in store? And what does it mean for students? Continue reading at MasterStudies.com.
The 26th of August is National Dog Day in the USA. “But I treat my dog like my Valentine every day of the year,” you protest. “Surely this is just a ploy by the greeting card industry!” Well, perhaps your dog gets the royalty treatment when you’re at home or in the park. But while she may be … More Why Your Boss Should Allow Dogs at Work