Abby Martin - The Bonobo WayThe Bonobo Way Abby Martin on The Dr. Susan Block Show this Saturday This Saturday, April 18th, 2015, 10:30 pm PST The Dr. Susan Block Show will present a special evening with Abby Martin, the controversial American journalist, an important voice in alternative media, former host of Breaking the Set on RT America network, co-founder of the citizen journalism site, Media Roots and member of the board of directors of the Media Freedom Foundation which manages Project Censored. An avid fan of Abby Martin's paradigm-breaking journalism and passionate peace activism, Dr. Susan Block looks forward to an in-studio interview that is sure to enlighten her audience and make war apologists cringe. "An Evening with Abby Martin" on The Dr. Click Here to RSVP to attend this show in the “Speakeasy” studio audience or call 310.568.0066. Call-In During the Live Broadcast: 1.866.289.7068.Tweet comments and questions @RadioSUZY1. This week’s live broadcast sponsored by Agwa Cocoa Leaf Liqueur, Dirty Tequila, The Dr.
A List Of Fallacious Arguments attacking the person instead of attacking his argument. For example, "Von Daniken's books about ancient astronauts are worthless because he is a convicted forger and embezzler." (Which is true, but that's not why they're worthless.) Another example is this syllogism, which alludes to Alan Turing's homosexuality: Turing thinks machines think. (Note the equivocation in the use of the word "lies".)
How journalists use Twitter | Articles | Public Relations I've tweeted three times in the last 12 days. Three. Yet I'm on Twitter constantly. I have 15 active columns on TweetDeck. At any time I have a dozen Twitter app alerts on my phone. What the hell am I doing, and how do I source stories without tweeting much? 1. As a senior editor at Thrillist, I oversee our four biggest editions: San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. 2. Type this into the Twitter search bar: bar opening near: "san francisco" within: 25mi. You'll get any tweets mentioning the words "bar" and "opening" within 25 miles of San Francisco. 3. If you don't include hashtags in your tweets, you're doing something wrong. 4. Say we want to write about a new whiskey, but there's no contact information for the brand anywhere except a fledgling Twitter account. 5. I get 1,000 emails a day. A zillion times out of a zillion I'll reply on Twitter, and here's why: Being forced to distill a pitch down to 140 characters or fewer is the ultimate PR exercise.
Making an Ancient Egyptian Mummy Making an Ancient Egyptian Mummy The ancient Egyptians believed that, after death, the body was the home of the individual's spirit as he or she journeyed through the after-life. If the body was destroyed through decomposition, there was danger that the spirit would also be destroyed. Preserving the body in as close to its life-like condition would assure the preservation of the individual's spiritual essence. It is believed that the process of mummification was developed at least 2,500 years before the birth of Christ. The Greek historian Herodotus described the ancient Egyptian methods of mummification around the year 450 BC. "The embalmers, when a corpse is brought to them, show the relatives wooden models of dead bodies, as accurate as a painting. "First, they remove the brain through the nostrils with a curved iron implement, getting some of it out like this and the rest by pouring in solvents. "That is the most expensive way.
Triangulation 107: Poet Philosopher Jason Silva How I Taught Brian Rose the Muscle-Up It’s a cold winter Saturday morning and I'm finishing off a workout at Primrose Hill in one of London's finest outdoor exercise areas. Out the corner of my eye I spot the founder of London Real, Mr Brian Rose. Being a fan of the YouTube show, I introduce myself and ask him what he's working on. "The muscle up,” he replies. The bar muscle up can end up being the bane of a man's life. To master it, let’s break it down from a functional point of view, with the main priority being to get you over that bar in one snappy movement. The first thing Brian learnt when we started was a new pattern of movement. For now, I want to solely focus and refer to this movement as the ‘elbow press’. The elbow press is ‘NOT A PULL’. Below I have broken down exactly what I taught Brian. Movement 1 Can I have a knuckle up grip on a bar?
Knowledge Bottle You can get the book here: The Parkinson's law is basically saying is that "Work expands to fill the time available for its completion."This law teaches you how to be productive while working and also can serve you in a day to day life.You can apply this law and use it you your advantage. Knowledge Bottle offers people a new perspective about well-known books and ideas, the perspective being served in an animated way for a better comprehension and also for FUN! “Tim and Eric” directed this lightbulb ad for GE, starring Jeff Goldblum, and it's awesome This commercial for GE Link Light Bulbs starring Jeff Goldblum was directed by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, bizarro-discomfort comedy performers and directors best known for the Cartoon Network Adult Swim programs “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!,” “Check it Out With Dr. Steve Brule,” and “Tom Goes to the Mayor.” Tim and Eric and Dr.