Options: 1. Should I have a separate blog for each subject? 2. Should I have one blog with a separate page for each subject? 3. Should I leave it more or less as it is, a single stream of posts on a wide variety of subjects, and let a viewer choose what to read or not … Continue reading Your comments please. SHOULD I blog about everything?
Thank you #395398 to new viewers, and vote for Lesley Carter!
People are still finding my site somehow. Thank you. YOU are fascinating, innovative, and talented. I am in awe. (As always, apologies to anyone I've missed.) [Please take time to vote AGAIN for Lesley Carter in the Bucket List contest via the sidebar.] monicaali FASHION. (How are women of fashion stumbling upon my site?! (http://evelinagalli.wordpress.com, Hannah … Continue reading Thank you #395398 to new viewers, and vote for Lesley Carter!
Thanks to recent viewers
Yet a few more viewers have stumbled upon my blog. THANK YOU! I want to acknowledge you and refer people to your own blogs, which I find outstanding without exception. I will probably overlook mentioning someone. SORRY. DON’T FORGET LESLEY CARTER. This woman is really going for it in living life to the fullest. Check … Continue reading Thanks to recent viewers
T.O.T.N. (Thoughts On The News) 24 Feb. 2013. Taxes?! Of COURSE we need taxes! [UPDATED. See end of post.]
It is not often one can berate the WSJ (SHAME on the Wall Street Journal re: Payroll Tax Whacks Spending) but one can ALWAYS find some die-hard liberal cause jumping from the pages of the NEW YORK TIMES. While catching up (discarding actually) recent digital back-issues, I came across this House Editorial (unsigned piece (who DOES … Continue reading T.O.T.N. (Thoughts On The News) 24 Feb. 2013. Taxes?! Of COURSE we need taxes! [UPDATED. See end of post.]
Politics and the Brain
A fellow blogger I follow, conservative judging from her posts, recently posted this reference: Red brain, blue brain: Republicans & Democrats Process Risk Differently "A team of political scientists and neuroscientists has shown that liberals and conservatives use different parts of the brain when they make risky decisions, and these regions can be used to … Continue reading Politics and the Brain
Thank you photographer viewers, and viewers non-photography
At least another 1/2 dozen people have viewed my site. I'm gob-smacked. Almost every viewer does some photography, many do a lot. Following are some of them. They are from all over the world. Their photos are great. Their websites are great. Have a look. Lily La [Most recent viewer. Vietnamese Londoner on her way to … Continue reading Thank you photographer viewers, and viewers non-photography