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Around the World in Eight Photos NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 5 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
Tour the world in eight photos, courtesy of the photographers of WordPress.com.
WordPressers Making a Splash NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 5 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
From new books to appearances in major media outlets, five WordPress.com writers have been busy these past few months.
Longreads Exclusive: The Decline of the Oral Roberts Dynasty NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 10 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
Kiera Feldman | This Land Press | September 2014 | 34 minutes (8,559 words) This Land PressWe’re proud to present a new Longreads Exclusive from Kiera Feldman and This Land Press: How Richard Roberts went from heir to his father’s em...
Gmail Password Leak Update NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 3 Days, 20 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
We've taken extra steps to protect WordPress.com members.
Basis, Edin, and Forefront: A Look at Business Themes NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 4 Days, 5 Hours, 22 Minutes ago
Get inspired by these customizations of three professional themes.
How to Spell the Rebel Yell: The Sound of Civil War History NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 4 Days, 20 Hours, 17 Minutes ago
Elena Passarello | The Normal School | 2010 | 14 minutes (3,470 words) The Normal SchoolOur latest Longreads Member Pick is a deep dive into the sounds of history, from Elena Passarello and The Normal School. The essay also is featured in Passarello&...
Imagine: On Bravado and Humility NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 5 Days, 8 Hours, 27 Minutes ago
On the eve of 9/11 2014, President Obama admitted, “Still, we continue to face a terrorist threat,” adding: We cannot erase every trace of evil from the world, and small groups of killers have the capacity to do great harm. That was the c...
An Open Letter to J. K. Rowling on Scottish Independence NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 5 Days, 23 Hours, 13 Minutes ago
by Allan Crosbie, PT English, Edinburgh Dear Joanne, You won’t remember me but nearly 20 years ago we worked together briefly in a school in Edinburgh. Your talents have since made you a lot of money and given you considerable status and influe...
Blogging 101 and Writing 101 Are Back! NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 5 Days, 23 Hours, 22 Minutes ago
Just started blogging, but not sure how to take your site to the next level or solidify that writing habit? Our free Blogging U. courses, Blogging 101 and Writing 101, start on September 15th. Get registered!
America’s Best Burrito NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 6 Hours, 51 Minutes ago
America es un gran burrito, a giant tortilla stuffed with dreams. Or so it seems to me, now that I’ve eaten my way across it. Early this year, FiveThirtyEight evaluated 67,391 burrito-selling establishments, huddled with food experts and select...
Disinformation NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 7 Hours, 43 Minutes ago
What nobody tells you as an artist is that every project starts at the beginning. Not just the blank page, the empty stage, but that you have to re-establish your credentials and your quality every time. You can coast on reputation a little, but it d...
The Meaning of Happiness Changes Over Your Lifetime NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 8 Hours, 22 Minutes ago
The following is a scientific and personal article written by CAH member Troy Campbell about happiness. One lovely afternoon, I began chatting to my grandpa. I was completely unaware he was about to say something that would change my view of happines...
Height Bias and the NHL Draft NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 12 Hours, 37 Minutes ago
I have something of a vested interest in researching how NHL teams view short players, and to what extent any height bias is warranted. In recent years, a number of the Winterhawks’ most prolific players have been on the shorter end o...
Influences: Peter Bourke NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 15 Hours, 53 Minutes ago
In 1991 we moved to a house in Brixton, south London. Of all our welcomes, that of our neighbour, the actor Peter Bourke, was the warmest. Rather unimaginatively we called him Peter the Actor. Peter is and was one of the most consistently cheery peop...
The Cycle: On the Ray Rices We Know NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 19 Hours, 22 Minutes ago
  Apparently the easiest way to start blogging again is to say you’re done blogging.  Kind of like writing.  Kind of like running.  Kind of like everything.  Last time I said “I’m done with men!” I got...
Join Us in the Fight For Net Neutrality NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 1 Week, 6 Days, 23 Hours, 46 Minutes ago
The internet we know and love is under attack. Support the free and open internet by enabling our “Fight for Net Neutrality” plugin on your WordPress.com blog.
Kicking Puppies and Taking Names: Why We Misbehave in Elevators NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 2 Weeks, 5 Hours, 8 Minutes ago
If I could ride in an elevator with anyone, either living or dead, I would most definitely pick Sigmund Freud.
Eight Things I Learned From Travel NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 41 Minutes ago
As I write this post I am sitting in the Caltrain, passing through various suburbs of the San Francisco Bay peninsula on my way to the city. It’s comforting to be surrounded by so many familiar sites once again. My wife and I have had quite a j...
Love & Squalor in the Middle East NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 51 Minutes ago
As the trauma in Israel/Palestine rages on, I try to keep my focus on growing peace between people, far from politics, wherever I see the light. Meet Tali Goodfriend. Her life story is more stunning than most, but it is what she does with h...
Body Parts You\’ll Use to Make Your Online Life More Secure NEW
Blog von Andreas Grieß 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 5 Hours ago
First the good news: “password” is no longer the most widely used password. Now the bad news: it’s been knocked off the top spot by “123456.” Banks and online retailers—who have the most to lose from hacks—kn...