Indian Onion Bhaji (Healthy Recipe)

Enjoy crispy, light, flavorful homemade Indian onion bhaji with just one tablespoon of oil per 4 fritters! Combining thinly sliced onions with a spiced chickpea flour batter and pan-fried until crispy, these onion fritters are gluten-free, egg-free, vegan, and a healthy appetizer … | Continue reading | 23 minutes ago

Dreaming Primer: Lucid Dreaming, Dream Recall, and Exploring Dreamscapes for Creativity

The average human being will sleep approximately 229,961 hours over the course of their life.  Dreaming, including working on dream recall and lucid dreaming, can offer us gateways to cultivating a rich inner life and in supporting our spiritual and … | Continue reading | 25 minutes ago

Sunday Poem

Ode to H2O three atoms, covalently bonded a simple elixir to keep bodies nourished; one which allows cells, tissues, organs to regulate body temperature as well as cook pasta, boil meat, or even bubble a human in the form of a bath or jacuzzi; and sure, in frozen form a cube to p … | Continue reading | 43 minutes ago

Carole Sloane (1937 – 2023) Jazz Singer

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Sylvia Syms (1934 – 2023) Actor

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Disney Springs Foodie News Roundup for Feb. 2023: Valentine’s Day, Gideon’s Flavors, and More

If you’re a foodie visiting Disney Springs at Walt Disney World, you’ll find so much to enjoy whether you prefer sweet or savory, including many flavors of the month and special food and drink events. February 2023 brings Disney Springs foodie news of new limited flavors, limited … | Continue reading | 54 minutes ago

Paco Rabanne (1934 – 2023) Fashion Designer

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The 6 Best Hostels in Rio de Janeiro

Posted: 2/5/2023 | February 5th, 2023 Founded by the Portuguese in the 16th century (though several indigenous groups have lived in the area for millennia), Rio de Janeiro is the second-largest city in Brazil. It’s also one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere an … | Continue reading | 55 minutes ago

DIY Spin the Bottle Dog Toy Perfect for Curious Pups

If your dog loves treats, then we have the cutest DIY dog toy we are calling “Spin the bottle”. This simple DIY dog project is a dog play station that can keep curious pups busy for a really long time! Our dog loved this DIY dog treat station so much that we just had to... The po … | Continue reading | 56 minutes ago

Fun Aquarius Facts Coloring Pages

Aquarius is the 10th largest constellation… but how much do we know about Aquarius natives? If you are an Aquarius woman or Aquarius man and want to know some fun facts about this airy sign, keep reading! We are sharing the most interesting facts about the sign of Aquarius in pri … | Continue reading | 56 minutes ago

I Tried the Reddit-Famous Invisible Banana French Toast

I only wish Id known about it sooner. READ MORE... | Continue reading | 56 minutes ago

This Single-Serve, One-Pot Cookie Cheesecake Is the Weekend Treat You Deserve

You just need four simple ingredients. READ MORE... | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

A practical example of the social construct of race

I've been reading lots of books about race, justice, and history. One of the things which confused me when I started this journey was the notion that race is a construct. But then I started reading about how Blumenbach literally invented the concept of distinct human races. And a … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Sunday February 05, 2023

Full moon over the ridge an hour before sunrise turns fuzzy as thin, high clouds move in, fading out instead of setting. A dog barks in the distance. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

A Weekend with Maximilien Luce’s ‘muscular’ paintings 2

By the start of the 20th century, he had abandoned Neo-Impressionist for Post-Impressionism, and continued painting well after the First World War. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

5 Things I Do “Wrong” in the Kitchen That I Just Refuse to Change — Ever

Here are the rules I break with zero shame (and why you should, too). READ MORE... | Continue reading | 1 hour ago


Typewolf Site of the Day for January 30, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago


Typewolf Site of the Day for January 15, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago


Typewolf Site of the Day for January 31, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Opening Line

Typewolf Site of the Day for February 2, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Dwell House

Typewolf Site of the Day for February 1, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Carolina Bucci

Typewolf Site of the Day for February 4, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago


Typewolf Site of the Day for February 3, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Tyler McGillivary

Typewolf Site of the Day for February 5, 2023. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Watching Paint Dry

In February of 2020 I sanded and stained the back deck and bought some new outdoor furniture. I was on the fence about whether I was going to rent the property again. This house was always meant to be a country retirement destination. In the meantime I was renting it for extra in … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Linguistic Laws

Today's SMBC: Mouseover title: "This is the greatest Jakubinskij joke in the history of this medium. I believe the Eisners are taking nominations right now." The aftercomic: Jakubinskij's Law does actually exist — as Wikipedia explains, "Jakubinskij's law governs the distribution … | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

The Chinese Spy Balloon Over My House

Walter Kirn on the floating intruder Montanans weren't supposed to notice. | Continue reading | 2 hours ago

Silent Sunday

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“What’s next?”

The way we think about our priorities makes a huge difference. Leaders of every stripe make one thing more than any other: decisions. In any environment with constraints (which is, actually, any environment), the decisions about time and resources–about what to do next–change eve … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

The Fight, the Flow, and the Fetish

I set an alarm. But this half-hearted effort to write daily doesn’t always make sense to me. There are too many days where I wake with nothing on my mind and then, while typing, thoughts form on their own – and I am not sure they are mine. How healthy is that thought when you […] | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Sunday Musings on The 5th of February

The shortest month is here. Even only three days fewer than January still seems to make it fly by much faster. ————————————————————————————– I am taking a break from posting Serial Fiction for a while, so you may notice less posts overall from me this month. ————————————————————— … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

Mechanical Library: A Trip to the U.K., Ireland, Europe & Some Former British Colonies

In today’s look at a smallish section of the loosely organized Covington Mechanical Library (it becomes looser every time I look at a shelf and bemoan the mis-shelving), we’ll travel to the United Kingdom and a few of her former colonies, as well as France, Estonia (via the CIA), … | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

"My Work Feels More Like That Of A Detective Than An Editor"

Photo by Ed Robertson on UnsplashThere's a growing band of people digging through library stacks and second-hand bookshops in search of lost classics. I'm one of them. Wobbuffet posted Lucy Scholes' Meet the archive moles about surfacing worthy forgotten or overlooked books for r … | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

Sundial Collection is 2D Printed

We see a lot of clocks, and many of the better ones have some 3D printed elements to them. But [Carl Sabanski] shows us his kits for making sundials for either hemisphere using a conventional print… | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

WOW Wardrobe Of the Week – January 29 – February 4, 2023

February 5, 2023 Yes, I’m wearing a lot of the same clothes over and over – and part of the reason is the way our apartment is furnished! In our main room, we have THREE dining tables! Our table is behind the sofa, with the leaves dropped, and with candles and a lamp on it […] Th … | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

Netlify adds some HTML to forms and images as additional inputs and trailing slashes. The HTML validator now gives a warning for trailing slashes. Which is good, but a bit annoying when I can’t edit the HTML. | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

Last Week on My Mac: Why are security updates still so unreliable?

Of the 16 security software updates in the last 8 months, only 3 have installed correctly. But isn’t the purpose of the Content Caching server to make updates quicker and easier? | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

Fwd: Happy #BlackHistoryMonth!: a Thread [US, socjust]

Over on Mastodon, mekka okereke ( posted an excellent thread that I thought my readers would appreciate, so with his gracious permission, I am reposting it here, entire. It is as follows.Posted 2023 Feb 03 10:55: mekka okereke … | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

Best Feb Best fed

very little about fud, though; sorry gourmandsBest fish n chips in AlaskaEver bode shud read Ovid  ♬ ♫ ♩ ♪Grace Petrie on IkeaRozalén el dia que yo me muera [don't worry if you've no Spanish: the signer explains all] Adopting orphan lamb [cw: wet] another use for feed-sackRural m … | Continue reading | 6 hours ago

YOUTH SPORTS: West Seattle Little League offering softball clinics next weekend

With spring just weeks away, youth-sports leagues are getting ready for this year’s fun. Among them, West Seattle Little League, which is welcoming softball players this year too. Next weekend, WSLL offers two clinics for players who’ve signed up for the upcoming season: WSLL is … | Continue reading | 6 hours ago

#89: 10 rules of productive online communication - gen Z edition

Lessons learned with (no) blood and (all) tears | Continue reading | 6 hours ago

German city ranked 4th most disappointing in the world

If there is any hype surrounding Germany, we now officially know that it doesn’t deliver. In a new ranking, Munich, Berlin and Hamburg have been rated as some of the most... | Continue reading | 6 hours ago

Archiving in the Time of Streaming

Jason Scott: Where possible, save the original. Where possible, digitize the original or maintain a digital copy. Ephemera and transient content is just as important to maintain as products and projects. Digitize at the highest resolution and fidelity possible, but realize you’re … | Continue reading | 7 hours ago

Logseq Times 2023-02-05: New website, query examples, workflow, contributing life.

This week we will look at the new website, Logseq Updates update, workflows and what it is like contributing to Logseq. | Continue reading | 8 hours ago

MUNI Floppy

SF's Market Street Subway Is Running on Reagan-Era Technology: "Our train control system in the Market Street subway is loaded off of five-and-a-quarter inch floppy drives," SFMTA director Jeffrey Tumlin told KQED's Priya David Clemens this week. "We have to employ programmers wh … | Continue reading | 9 hours ago

BIZNOTE: Happy 1st anniversary, Animated Café – with a gift for families: New story time

(WSB photo, November 2022) Three months ago, we photographed Animated Café founder/proprietor Melanie (aka “Ana“) just after her coffee stand moved to 4518 Fauntleroy Way SW. Today, she has a new cause for celebration: It’s been exactly one year since she opened (originally at 35 … | Continue reading | 9 hours ago

Finished reading: The Dragon Republic by R. F. Kuang. Not sure I’m going to continue the series. There’s great stuff here but I’m no longer feeling much sympathy for the main character. 📚 | Continue reading | 10 hours ago

Revisiting Exchange Market Pressure

Linda Goldberg and Signe Krogstrup have a revised version of a paper entitled “International Capital Flow Pressures and Global Factors”. They write: we revisit these issues by recognizing that the observed responses of quantities of capital flows, exchange rates, and domestic mon … | Continue reading | 10 hours ago