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The Morning After. What Have We Done? The morning after.I Tweeted vociferously last night in my stupor and despair. Most of my tribe emoted publicly, too, any many more countless others texted me constantly in disbelief.I haven’t felt

Sweet and Spicy Lettuce Wraps Let me just state publicly that I am a carb lover to the core. While I eat them in moderation and generally try to eat whole grains, I adore bread, … Read More

And Then They Came for Me … Yesterday was Halloween in the United States where children dress up and try to scare people as they “trick-or-treat” for candy. Yet the only horror I experienced was watching Peter Thiel stand in

The Most Thoughtful Human Story of the Election I’ve Read I received this email from a friend. He gave me permission to publish it but asked to do so anonymously. It was so thoughtful, so gracious, so explanatory — I felt you would all enjoy reading it

Why Computer Vision Has Become a Major Investment Theme for Me Computer Vison Startup NanitIf you follow me on Snapchat (msuster) you might already know that I’ve been looking at and investing in a number of companies in the computer vision space. My thesis is

Why You Can’t Search for a Job From a Remote Location I’ve had this conversation many times. A friend calls me up from: Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, wherever and says, “I’m thinking about moving to Los Angeles (or SF, NY, etc) and I’

50 Writing Prompts for All Grade Levels Sometimes students need a little push to activate their imaginations.

How to Start Blogging if You Fell off the Wagon a Long Time Ago People always ask me how I’ve built up such a huge audience for my blogs. Part of my secret sauce? I’ve been blogging for well over a decade now. But not everyone has been blogging for years, and

Nobel Laureate André Gide on the Freedom of Expression and the Vital Role of Art as Both Insurgency and Acceptance "The sole art that suits me is that which, rising from unrest, tends toward serenity."

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eulalie willa ludwikowski | a home birth story …And ah! less bright The stars of the night Than the eyes of the radiant girl, And never a flake Their lustre can make Of the vapor and gold and pearl Can vie with the sweet young Eulalie’s most u