Wikipedia is honest about potential for ‘errors’—be aware

Years ago a young student asked me for help with her research paper. I told her to come up with a draft and we’d talk. When she brought the paper to me for discussion, I immediately asked her where she got her information about the topic. Her answer dismayed me. (Article continues after image).
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Showbiz death raises questions about South Korea’s suicide problem

Do you follow K-pop news? It’s very interesting and although music and film stars have wealth in common with their US peers, they have something else in common and most US media ignore it. With another death in the showbiz community in South Korea, at least one major news outlet is raising questions about suicide. Continue reading “Showbiz death raises questions about South Korea’s suicide problem”

In our house, Charlie the Golden is top dog on video

I bumped into a YouTube channel, Charlie the Golden 18, and as a result, Charlie is the top dog on video in our house. Even my husband, self-proclaimed dog lover skeptic, laughs aloud at Charlie’s antics. It’s not just the charisma of the pup and his fellow critters, though. Continue reading “In our house, Charlie the Golden is top dog on video”

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”