• Business
    I’m An Introvert, And It Makes Me A Better Journalist

    By Alice Bradley This article first appeared on QuietRev.com A version of this story was first posted on the blog Ninja Journalism. When I say I’m a reporter, the looks I get are priceless. When people see this soft-spoken, high-voiced young woman who routinely spends entire evenings reading and sipping coffee, they never guess I […]

  • Poles held in Sweden asylum centre plot

    Fourteen Polish far-right activists are arrested in Sweden accused of planning to attack asylum seekers with axes and knives, police say. …read more Read more here: Poles held in Sweden asylum centre plot

  • Business
    5 Things to Consider Before Planning a Startup Marketing Campaign

    By Jose Vasquez It’s tempting to jump in immediately, but your marketing campaign should be the product of careful consideration. When you first start a business, you’re excited. You want to grow as fast as possible, get through as many tasks as you can, and sacrifice whatever it takes to preserve your forward momentum. Unfortunately, […]

  • Business
    What You Can Do

    By The Love Summit By John Perkins It has been nearly twelve years since the release of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man. People have wondered how the publication of that book has affected me and what I am doing to redeem myself and change the EHM system. They have also questioned what they themselves […]

  • Tax Season is Rolling Along – Smoothly Now!

    By Mark Steber Every tax season is unique and 2016 is shaping up to be one for the record books. We dodged a bullet with the new tax law legislation that passed “early” in late December, which allowed an on time start to tax season without many changes to systems because the extenders passed – […]

  • Art & Culture
    A New Violent Image: Laura Poitras at The Whitney

    By Christian Hendricks To say that cameras are powerful tools is an aging understatement. Since their invention, cameras have been used to document significant events and moments, providing evidence and illumination intended for critical impact on large audiences. The original violence of the camera was exposure, and then the subsequent incitement of action, such as […]

  • Art & Culture
    “Dreams of Dali”: The Surreal in the Virtual

    By Lilia Ziamou Dreams of Dali can be experienced in the Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination exhibit at The Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FL through June 12, 2016. For a 360-video version of Dreams of Dali visit Dreamsofdali.org. I have recently experienced Dreams of Dali, an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience that allows […]

  • Business
    Super Bow ‘L’ — Who’s Got Your Number?

    By Johanna Wise Super Bowl 50 demonstrated an aversion to the letter L. For the first time in Super Bowl history, the National Football League shunned the traditional use of Roman numerals to record this mighty progression of annual pigskin fests. This year’s league chose to name the game using Arabic numerals. What’s this all […]

  • Latino In America
    Learn More About The Studies On Zika Virus And Birth Defects

    By Anna Almendrala CHICAGO, Feb 9 (Reuters) – At Roberto Santos General Hospital in Salvador, Brazil, Dr. Antonio Almeida and a team of specialists are closely following two groups of women: Those who deliver babies with abnormally small heads and those who deliver apparently normal babies. The hospital is one of three in this city […]