Animal Voices, Carol Glasser episode

Posted by Dindrane on January 27, 2011 in alerts, animals & wildlife, links |

I invite anyone interested in animal rights or social activism in general to listen to the 11/2/2010 episode of the Animal Voices podcast. Their guest is Carol Glasser, a PhD candidate in sociology, who is looking at the efficacy of militant activism in the cause of animal rights; she’s interested in how much and what […]

Collected Tweets and News

Posted by Dindrane on January 14, 2011 in alerts, animals & wildlife, food, links, news |

1. Thanks to @Wolven and @unknownbinaries: The many faces of Gary Oldman 2. Photo: It would almost be a shame to cut into one of these cakes. ALMOST. (Thanks to @CupcakeGoth) 3. Save the Bees: Tell the EPA to ban Bayer’s toxic pesticide clothianidin. 4. Los Angeles Times attacks egg industry price-fixing. (thanks to @VeganDotCom) […]

7 Ways to Use Technology to Help Wildlife Impacted by the Gulf Oil Spill

Posted by Dindrane on May 12, 2010 in alerts, animals & wildlife |

7 Ways to Use Technology to Help Wildlife Impacted by the Gulf Oil Spill.

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Dino Mummy Discoveries

Posted by Dindrane on December 5, 2007 in alerts, animals & wildlife, links, news |

Awesome–I want a stripy dinosaur quite badly now: WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the most complete dinosaur mummies ever found is revealing secrets locked away for millions of years, bringing researchers as close as they will ever get to touching a live dino… …The study is not yet complete, but scientists have concluded that hadrosaurs […]

A Viking Landscape: The Mosfell Archaeological Project

Posted by Dindrane on December 2, 2007 in alerts, news |

As always, much of my work shows up on Needcoffee.com: Notice about a fascinating film that looks at a Viking landscape. From the Mosfell Archaeological Project and the Archaeological Legacy Institute.

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Violence in the Animal Rights Movement

Posted by Dindrane on December 2, 2007 in alerts, animals & wildlife, news |

Interesting editorial on violent methods in the animal rights movement. Is there ever a reason for terrorism? Say, in founding a new country and throwing off the oppression of an old one, called, say, Great Britain? Or does this sort of thing really do more harm than good to the Green movement? Can you be […]

great ideas for 2008?

Posted by Dindrane on November 4, 2007 in alerts, challenge, links |

Idea the First: I really like this idea: 50 Crafty Projects in 2007. The blogger basically did just that–made 50 crafty things over the course of the year and posted her results. I’d like to try that for next year; it would basically be just about 4 items per month. Art or craft would apply, […]

Working for the Man Every Night and Day…

Posted by Dindrane on November 4, 2007 in alerts, links |

Here’s a quiz related to a new book on surviving cubicle farm living, that helps you figure out in very funny, no uncertain terms, how you feel about your job and if you should quit now or risk going on a tri-state killing spree. (If we all hate our jobs, why can’t we all work […]

woot!

Posted by Dindrane on November 3, 2007 in alerts, news |

Woo-hoo! Louisiana-Lafayatte, my beloved Division 2 foozball team, scored a touchdown against the mighty Tennessee Volunteers! http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaf/boxscore?gid=200711030071

the dangers of dressing as a tomato

Posted by Dindrane on October 16, 2007 in alerts, links, news, WTF?! |

Leapfrogging mayor bruises tomato By Bryce McGarel BBC News The Lord Mayor of Belfast has apologised to a council worker left with back injuries after he tried to leapfrog her during a photoshoot… [read more here] This is really tragic and shouldn’t be funny, but oh, it is.

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