“A 90s Kid’s Christmas List” just because it’s awesome. I’m glad I grew up in the 90s and the possibility of me having a cell phone didn’t occur until after the age of 12.
There was a local meeting in Minneapolis held to discuss “solutions to end gun violence.” I applaud the community leaders who decided to hold that meeting. It seems to me that communities can be far more effective at ending gun violence than legislators.
Cheney, at age 71, had a heart transplant. I didn’t think it was normal for people of that age to get transplants, but I was mistaken. I really appreciated the explanations offered in this article about transplants and how age factors in.
Supervised parent visits – a lot of the MSP headlines today seem to be reflecting national issues. This one would probably have come up on its own, but the case in Washington just brings it to greater prominence.
Are employers seriously asking for potential employees’ social network username and password information*? Or did this happen once or twice and somehow get national attention? Other articles about it can be found here, here and here. I would never share my login information. Not ever, and the only things I put on Facebook that might turn employers off are that I’m an atheist and that I blog about political topics. I wouldn’t share that information because doing so would compromise the security of my account and because my Facebook activities are not part of my professional life.
*That’s messed up.