A Little Dance — rabirius

Some people like to do a little dance on a horse… …do you like to do it as well?

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The IT Era and the Internet Revolution — Discover

“The truth is there is no one to blame for the demise of newspapers… The entire linchpin of the newspaper business model was controlling distribution, and when that linchpin was obliterated by the Internet, it was inevitable that the entire apparatus would collapse.”

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It Is All Now Part of America — Joel D. Hirst’s Blog

There are places which are old – infused with history and time and tradition until they stand alone, boldly buttressing the story of mankind. Those of us who have lived in the East, who like to talk about Mount Vernon, Monticello and Jamestown forget that these are not the first tales told in our Americas. […]

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It’s Never too Late to Change Who You Are. Here Are 7 Ways You Can Turn Your Life Around Today (For Beauty, Travel, Writing Bloggers & More!) — The Millionaire’s Digest

1. Develop a strong work ethic. In terms of building a successful career, work ethic trumps everything. What that means is doing your job and getting it done come hell or high water. It means striving to be better than anyone. It means working your a** off, meeting your commitments and making your boss, customers, or […]

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Survival Tactics for Type-A Travelers — The Life of a Traveling Wife

I didn’t know how we’d pull it off, but we’re doing it. The Mr. and I are 6 days into our second cross-country road trip within the past 5 months. Our first 2400-mile journey took us from Seattle, WA to Helena, AL in a 16-foot Penske moving truck, smack dab in the middle of December. […]

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Review: 4.48 Psychosis at The Royal Opera House — gilded mirrors

Philip Venables’s opera of Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis was absolutely breathtaking. Quite literally. As I left the theatre I felt myself take a deep breath – as if surfacing from water – such was the immersive and completely all-consuming nature of this piece of opera. Unlike Katie Mitchell’s production of Cleansed, this piece did not contain […]

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