This blog is an archive of things I've read online. I post things here when I read them, and automatically when reading articles through Pocket (http://getpocket.com).

A link here does not mean I agree with the article, only that I read it. I read a lot of things I don't agree with to keep myself from being in a bubble.



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Sep 2, 2014
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7 Simple Meal-Planning Strategies for the Plant-Based Kitchen »

Back when my kids were growing up and I still was in the midst of the classic juggling act, I was a lot more disciplined about meal planning. I found that it really did buy me time and sanity. For our family of four, I planned three meals per week. via Pocket


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Sep 2, 2014
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Review of the play *MMF*, and other poly theater pieces »

Well, some of you went, and here’s a review. A key excerpt: Mike Mizwicki, Courtney Alana Ward and Andrew Rincón gave a compellingly stark and believable portrayal of anguished individuals in interaction. via Pocket


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Sep 1, 2014
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The PhD experience: this far, and no further »

Who would do a PhD? Who would willingly submit to spending endless hours, over three or four years, in the laboratory or library, racked by self-doubt and money worries, in preparation for a career for which vacancies were never more oversubscribed? The answer, it seems, is plenty of people. via Pocket


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Sep 1, 2014
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pressing pause »

This week, my daughter starts her first week of Kindergarten. I cannot believe she is already heading off to school or how quickly the time has passed. via Pocket


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Sep 1, 2014
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Female Tech Titans Model Lingerie While Coding »

Julie Sygiel, founder of pretty-but-functional lingerie line Dear Kate, isn’t one to mince words. via Pocket


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Sep 1, 2014
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Looking Ahead: Challenges for the Open Web »

At the end of this week, I’m moving on after six amazing years at Mozilla. On August 25, I’ll be joining Reddit - another global open source project – as their first user experience designer. I’m ecstatic to help shape and design the future of another incredible community. via Pocket


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Aug 31, 2014
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Op-ed: In Defense of Celibate Gay Christians »

While there are still some conservative communities that encourage so-called reparative therapy, most religious spaces have come to the understanding that sexuality is an innate part of identity, and that attempting to change it is harmful. via Pocket


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Aug 31, 2014
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Feminist Perspectives on Objectification »

Objectification is a notion central to feminist theory. It can be roughly defined as the seeing and/or treating a person, usually a woman, as an object. In this entry, the focus is primarily on sexual objectification, objectification occurring in the sexual realm. via Pocket


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Aug 31, 2014
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Gordon Ramsay In Limbo: Comics Alliance Reviews The ‘Constantine’ Television Pilot »

Matt Wilson got to review The Flash, because he’s the in-house Arrow guy. Chris Sims got to review Gotham, because he’s the in-house Batman guy. via Pocket