Saturday, March 14, 2015

Around The Blogsophere, Weekend Edition 14 March 15

"Around the Blogosphere" was a daily feature on my blog during about the mid 2000's - these days I don't have the time I used to to check out a lot of other blogs and usually when I find something cool, I share it via twitter or weibo. While I can't promise I'll put one out every weekend, I will post "Weekend Edition" from time to time. These are some of the blog posts I ran across during the week that I found particularly interesting, and i hope you do too!


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Strangled with Her Own Scarf: A Student's Murder Haunts Kyrgyz Society

As the anniversary of 19-year-old Camilla Duishebaeva's murder approaches, many believe the investigation has been deliberately impeded.






And when all the websites are the same, they're all going to go down in flames eventually. Thanks, Obama.

MascaraMavenAndMore
Has one for Ladybloggers: to help spread the blogger love and learn a little bit more about the people behind the blog… Click here for details...

Megan Glaros
There is an awesome new social media campaign to draw attention to bullying.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Megan-Glaros/107444233832

Stacy-Ann Gooden
Mommybloggers: The idea of praising young children has become a trending topic in the news recently. Some feel that it’s a good idea to tell kids how great they’re doing to help motivate them to become better at a task. But others argue that praising a child could backfire and lead to failure in the long run.

Eric Yutzy
Daddybloggers turn! Scarring my 6 year old son for life. A Walking Dead Dad fail story. New blog post.



"I guess people have been waiting for my response after The Big Gushcloud Exposé. Most of this blog entry was written weeks ago. I just didn't know if I should post it so it just sat in draft form."


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