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dk-christi's picture
Aug.16.2010
Ghost Orchid D.K. Christi as reviewed by Long and Short Romance Reviews  This story has more twists and turns than many mountain switch-back roads. Just when you think you have it all figured out, Ms. Christi leads you off down another avenue. Her descriptions of the sanctuary had me zooming...
stephen-pearl's picture
Jul.29.2010
SAVING THE WORLD, SAVING OURSELVESThis is the first in a series of blogs based on research I did for my novel, Tinker's Plague, and information I've gleaned over many years of interest in environmental technologies. Like most of the answers that present themselves to the problems of human excess on...
dk-christi's picture
Jul.20.2010
Inspiration to Publication – A Ghostly Experience by D. K. Christi. Ghost Orchid, published by L & L Dreamspell in September 2009, is a case study in taking an inspiration to publication. Authors often respond to the question: Where do you get your inspiration? There are a plethora of...
mariette-ana-papic's picture
Jul.12.2010
It was a few years ago now that I met a man struck with the ability to remember virtually anything and everything he read. It started while he was teaching his daughter math and it kept on going into telephone books and random applications, groups like the audience at the lecture earlier. It was...
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Jun.27.2010
If you’ve ever slathered your skin in the healing, mineral-rich mud of the Dead Sea, you may want to stop reading now.More than 8 million gallons of sewage from East Jerusalem is pumped downhill to the Dead Sea, raw and untreated, every day. That’s not just a little icky for those of us who like to...
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Jun.23.2010
A friend of mine recently was working on something and she was truly jazzed about everything 2.0. Internet, democracy, capitalism; all the leaders of note were talking about the next thing, 2.0. They're realizing it's time to overhaul whatever it is that they do. Now, I think this is great, I'm all...
tim-wise's picture
Jun.17.2010
In the end, a president known for his ability to craft language like no politician in the last half-century may be undone by a speech: in this case, his presentation Wednesday night from the Oval Office, in which he sought to address the unfolding ecological catastrophe on the Gulf Coast. For...
james-g-workman's picture
Jun.16.2010
So you think you can tell Greens from ‘browns,' activists from executives, environmental doomsayers from sunny corporate CEOs? Can you tell someone who is on your side of the climate change debate from someone to oppose? Then go ahead, take this easy quiz. Identify who's behind these extreme...
michelle-hoover's picture
Jun.14.2010
As we watch in horror as blundering BP sits on its hands while wildlife suffocates in the never-ending Gulf of Mexico spill, there’s a perhaps equal menace that occurs every summer in the same waters—a “vast tomb containing millions of bottom-dwelling sea creatures,” (World Resources Institute)—...
amy-king's picture
Jun.14.2010
Poets for Living Waters – New Statements / Poems I don’t have the answers. I barely have the questions.  But I’m not egotistical enough to imagine I can come up with a solution or complete understanding on my own.  I also don’t think sitting in front of the TV, feeling angry and impotent, is the...