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  1. delagar
    delagar August 28, 2013 at 9:46 am |

    Eleanor Arnason, one of the best SF writers working today, runs a blog called Eleanor Arnason’s Web Log. Today she has a post on the real importance on the anniversary of the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington. “The 1963 Civil Rights March.”

  2. michael
    michael August 28, 2013 at 11:49 am |

    [CONTENT NOTE: cyberstalking, identity theft, reputation management scammers] a blog from a man whose wife is enduring revenge pornography sites, she was stalked on the internet and posted on these sites.

  3. Grace maker
    Grace maker August 28, 2013 at 2:19 pm |

    [Moderator note: this is not the self-promotion thread - that happens on Sundays. This is the selfless boosting thread - please promote other people on this thread, not yourself.]

  4. Fat Steve
    Fat Steve August 28, 2013 at 4:53 pm |

    I’ve been enjoying the blog K.O Rasoi

    In the words of blogger Sanjana:

    K.O Rasoi (pronounced K. O. RAsoy): a perfect balance of flavour on two ends of a weighing scale. On one side sits Kalidas Parmanand Modha and on the other sits Odhavji Haridas Thanky – two top East African chefs and my beloved grandfathers. This place was created for them and their knockout food.

    K.O Rasoi (‘rasoi’ from the Gujarati word for ‘cooking’) represents the harmony and togetherness of the family in the form of cooking. I use this as a place of reflection upon what I cook at home. Inspired by the Indian and East African dishes my mum taught me to cook as a girl, I embark upon some weird and wacky experiments.

  5. AGP
    AGP August 28, 2013 at 6:33 pm |

    In an ironic balance of feminism, as Hugo Schwyzer goes offline for personal/MH reasons, a blog at the other end of the feminist spectrum draws itself to a close with its final post.

    One representing a very liberal pov, the other a firmly radical one. They even interacted at times.

    Highly controversial and at extreme odds with Feministe’s style of feminism, the thoughts that Femonade provoked were at the least interesting and at times profound.
    Farewell, FCM!

    It would be interesting to read an article about the larger context of these contrasting events.

  6. JetGirl
    JetGirl August 29, 2013 at 12:30 am |

    Emily over on XOJane has a very moving post about the case of the teacher who got 30 days after the 14-year-old student he raped committed suicide. All the trigger warnings:

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