Archives for March 2011

The Zen of Getting Started Online: How to Get Started Without Losing Your Mind

by Linda Lee Askmepc Getting started online consists of several components. First, you will need some type of online presence, such as using a WordPress blog as your website. Now breathe and just realize that this is not as hard as it looks. People have lots of fear around working online. Some of the things […]

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The Ticking Clock: An Egyptian’s First Hand Account of the Protest in Tahrir Square

by Taher Medhat   In the 1946 Alfred Hitchcock film, “Notorious”, Cary Grant’s Nazi-infiltrating T.R. Devlin scours through a wine cellar belonging to the host of a party which is going on upstairs. As Grant searches for the evidence to implicate his dastardly Nazi host, the viewer is treated to a classically Hitchcockian device: The […]

Salvaging the Sea: Podcast Interview with Sustainable Coral Grower, Ian McMenamin

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by Patricia V. Davis I love Generation Y. They are redefining everything from how we communicate to how we overthrow governments.  And today, HS Radio interviews one Gen Y’er who is revolutionizing how we do business. Ian McMenamin is both an entrepreneur and an environmentalist. Not too long ago, it would have been hard to […]

How to Win Your Office March Madness Pool

by Andrew Skaggs The greatest month of the year has arrived, at least for college basketball fans. That, of course, is the month of March, and along with it comes March Madness. It is an 18-day span of buzzer-beaters, legendary upsets, and the college atmosphere that accompanies each game. The tournament starts with 68 teams […]

Against All Odds: On Being Dragged Against My Will By My Teenage Daughter to See James Franco’s New Movie

by Lorrie Goldin Would you cut off your right arm to save your child? That’s a no-brainer. Of course you would. OK, something harder, then: Would you go watch a movie about a guy who cuts off his right arm when your 18-year-old begs you? Hmmm. Even parental self-sacrifice has its limits. “Can’t we see […]

TRUE GRIT Part Two of Into Africa: A Journal of a New Life in Uganda

by Sharon Walling No – this isn’t a movie review…but it is a moving review.  There is a strange phenomenon that I’ve experienced every single time I have eaten out in Uganda. Yes, even at 5-star restaurants at the Serena Hotel.  And that is, always, without fail, I will bite into a piece of bone, […]

You Did Not Just Say That!

by Maria Karamitsos Last year I had a miscarriage. I had the kind of miscarriage that could cause other health problems – and it did. I’m still undergoing treatment, so the wounds still run deep. There’s not been any opportunity for closure. Hopefully you will never experience the grieving process that follows losing a child. […]

Harlots Sauce March Book Reviews

All Her Father’s Guns by James Warner ISBN: 978-0984260027 Trade Paperback: 200 pages Vox Novus (January 7, 2011) 13.95 USD   reviewed by Nigel Voight   They say “don’t judge a book by its cover” and in this case that adage is indeed apt. James Warner’s All Her Father’s Guns is a cleverly-orchestrated story of […]

The Perfect Glimpse into an Addict’s Mind (based on a real dream)

by Hannah Whitman photo: The House was a Part of Her, and Now She’s a Part of the House, by Lydia Selk I had a dream there were alleyways that stretched across the earth, Cobblestone hallways sweating condensation since the darkness’ birth. Shivering, dripping I walked under the sinking moonlight, All those times we’d talked […]