A Harvard linguist [Steven Pinker] reveals the most misused words in English
from INC., by Jessica Stillman, Inc., Dec. 17, 2015
An excellent list for writers/authors, readers, speakers, anyone who loves English and wants to use it correctly. Thanks, Jessica and Steven!
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I had such a great response to including a music video with last week’s Sample Saturday that I decided to do it again. This is a tiny snippet from my current WIP. The song is “Tramp on the Street,” from a live performance by bluegrass greats Rose Maddox and Vern Williams. Enjoy! After supper, the […]
via Sample Saturday: Bayou Fire Sneak Peek — Sharon E. Cathcart
The world continues to mourn the passing of Leonard Cohen, who died at 82 earlier this week, but the singer’s iconic rasp and brilliant writing lives on in cinema. Cohen’s poetic oeuvre has been an emotional highlight on the big screen. Here are some of the best Cohen-set music cues in film.
via The Best Leonard Cohen Music Cues in Cinema — Flavorwire
This post talks about two interesting effects to do with the way it get dark after the Sun has set. The first one, which anyone who has travelled to places lying at different latitudes will have seen, is that the closer you are to the equator the quicker it gets dark after the Sun has […]
via The long summer evenings — The Science Geek
Compiled by a group of Indigenous scholars and activists and settler/POC supporters, the #StandingRockSyllabus gathers reading material on #NoDAPL, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and Indigenous history in the United States in general.
via Standing Rock Syllabus — Discover