- Ask essential questions
- Only then get started
Gender balance in science is key to innovation: Northwestern
While this is primarily for former co-workers…has the publishing industry updated its myths about the mental health of writers and other creative people?
The untold history of black bourbon – BBC Travel
Reminds me of how women were the beer brewers for thousands of years, until greedy men figured out how to make money from it – and took brewing away from women.
Something to think about, whether you’re looking to hire, or looking for a better job.
Content creator’s on the list, too.
How to tell a great story to motivate others
And here’s an entry for #DEI, Craig!
Also, if you made a phonecall today, it went through something my sister developed and patented.
Well, as long as employers continue to treat workers with the “same-old, same-old” abuse and mistreatment – why keep working there?
Chromophobia: The greatest conspiracy in ancient art
There’s also, I think, the heavy bias in art photography: That only black and white photos are “fine art”.
My favorite visual art in high school has pencil drawing. Sharp lines, smooth, detailed shading, no color.
I also did watercolor. It was color, but with shading and blending.
I tried oilpainting. I think a key skill there is mixing colors – and I was terrible at it.
What sculpture I did was made from items that already had their own colors.
So what about you and color in art?
Something to apply to historical fiction, and medievalish fantasy.