Monroe trending reflects stereotype of blonds still popular with natter class

Every morning, emboldened by my first cup of coffee, I check out the natter class on Twitter because I find it more useful on breaking news now that Drudge has changed up link curating. This morning I saw ‘Marilyn Monroe’ was trending. Why? Continue reading “Monroe trending reflects stereotype of blonds still popular with natter class”

Sweeney’s Twitter question evoked memories of poetry on the road

Jon M. Sweeney is one of the Twitter folks I follow because his page is always interesting. He’s rarely off-putting as so many other writers can be. Recently he asked a question that brought back memories of poetry on the road, and I was surprised at how the question stuck with me even after I answered, “Nope.” Continue reading “Sweeney’s Twitter question evoked memories of poetry on the road”

Does just-discovered shipwreck hold pieces of unsolved Amber Room mystery?

If you’ve ever been curious about the unsolved mystery of the Amber Room, now there’s a new development that will increase your curiosity. A shipwreck of the non-military vessel Karlsruhe has been discovered off the coast of Poland and there’s a small chance some of the cargo could be pieces of the Amber Room that went missing around 1945 when the Nazis took a remarkable work of art and beauty apart, hiding it from the world presumably forevermore. Continue reading “Does just-discovered shipwreck hold pieces of unsolved Amber Room mystery?”

If your device is an Android, infected apps list demands attention

Today must be Tech Day here at Indie Art South. I came across an article warranting my attention. You may want to remove at least one or more of 16 apps you may have on your Android device because those apps contain Joker malware. Continue reading “If your device is an Android, infected apps list demands attention”

Tyler Childers’ angst feeds viral marketing of new album, anger in some quarters

Tyler Childers dropped a surprise new album ‘Long Violent History’, but he didn’t just slide the album onto the market. He also dropped a video aimed at explaining the album. Whatever your response, and responses have been varied, you have to hand it to Childers. This indie musician’s angst is boosting album sales and publicity in a powerful way and that is smart marketing. Continue reading “Tyler Childers’ angst feeds viral marketing of new album, anger in some quarters”