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Binta Niambi Brown is a corporate/tech lawyer, startup adviser, human rights advocate, nascent angel investor and bass player. After working for a technology startup, she worked exclusively on technology and Internet IPOs and transactions at the law
45 pm The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is out on DVD today, and to celebrate, JJ is giving away the actual prop backpack that star Ben Stiller used during filming! Now, were giving ONE lucky ready a chance to win this awesome prize!
Sexual narcissist men are likely cheaters New York, April 14 : Are you dating a narcissist who carries an unrealistic sense of possessing sexual skills to satisfy anyone in bed? Be alarmed that such a person is more likely to cheat on you. Research
When something awful happens, it is easier not to stare directly at it...And these days, those edges include What Happened On Social Media afterward...Those pieces are almost but not quite the story, but they are easier to talk about. Something awful
In this day and age, seeing a celebrity marriage that goes the distance is like spotting a yeti or having coffee with the Lochness monster (FYI, he takes it with cream and sugar). In fact, long-term celebrity marriages are so rare they are often
Ridiculously Easy Tips to Defeat Perfectionism If you are like most of us, you are doing more with less . Most businesses take pride in the ever increasing productivity of workers...And, pretty much everyone is sleep-deprived, caffeine and sugar-high,
The latest issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology is devoted to critical work around the world. Augustine Brannigan (Calgary): Stanley Milgram's Obedience Experiments : A Report Card 50 Years Later...New Paltz): Evolution Integrated Across
Research suggests that those who regularly communicate on Twitter are more narcissistic than those who keep their Facebook statuses updated. Writing in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour, Shaun Davenport and his colleagues wrote: "Although '
Reasons My Kid Is Crying , published April 1 by Three Rivers Press, is a compilation of children throwing tantrums, captioned with the trivial reasons they're upset like "I wouldn't let him dig through the trash" and "I played the wrong Jungle Book
I'd all but given up trying to fight foolery with Keeping it 140 because truthfully, it seems like folks are bound and determined to act like fools on social media. From posting every bit of your business on Facebook to sticking a new close-up of