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Corolla Wild Horse Fund Featured Vlogger of the Week – February 12, 2020

I chose Corolla Wild Horse Fund as this week’s Featured Vlogger of the Week. YouTube Channel: Corolla Wild Horse Fund – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvxcNYkT0SIcAOieZJA4Srw/ Stats: 10 subscribers,  Joined Apr 1, 2019, 530 views, 3 videos About: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvxcNYkT0SIcAOieZJA4Srw/about Description Official channel of the Corolla … Continue reading

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Mace Windu Purple Lightsaber – February 10, 2020

I saw this post earlier today – https://pictink.wordpress.com/2020/02/10/star-wars-11-mace-windu/ and had not planned on sharing it until I saw this article on Facebook – https://comicbook.com/2020/02/09/star-wars-samuel-l-jackson-george-lucas-purple-lightsaber-watch-the-moment-when-asked/. By Aaron Perine – February 8, 2020 09:18 pm EST   Samuel L. Jackson is still … Continue reading

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Popsicle Society – Featured Blogger of the Week February 7, 2020

This week I chose Popsicle Society as this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week – https://popsiclesociety.com/. I started following her blog for one reason – the name. I loved popsicles growing up and the blog name appealed to me. I … Continue reading

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Atomic Underground Featured Vlogger of the Week – February 5, 2020

I updated this post February 6, 2020 as somehow WordPress overwrote the post in large part. I was able to find the earlier post in History and restore it. I chose Atomic Underground as this week’s Featured Vlogger of the … Continue reading

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WifeBlah – Featured Blogger of the Week January 31, 2020

Update – corrected a link I missed. This week I chose WifeBlah– https://wifeblah.com/. After seeing her post earlier today – Been away, what a shame. I decided a good welcome back present was choosing her at this week’s Featured Blogger … Continue reading

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Should Your Church Use Social Media? January 30, 2020 Part I

Should Your Church Use Social Media? This is a common question/debate in many churches. The size of the church doesn’t appear to make a difference as I have visited ranging from a handful of regulars to churches with several hundred … Continue reading

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the dark side of youtube – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall

I saw this on YouTube – the dark side of youtube – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T160JJXGWjY (about 20:10 minutes long). It’s sad Isabelle has to make this point and it happens to her on other social media as well. … Continue reading

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Clary Rouge – Featured Blogger of the Week January 24, 2020

One year anniversary, technically tomorrow, of starting the Featured Blogger of the Week. This week I chose Clary Rouge – https://clarrouge.fitness.blog/. Posts I have re-blogged: 11 New Year things to inspire yourself and others — clarrouge Original post: https://clarrouge.fitness.blog/2019/12/30/11-new-year-things-to-inspire-yourself-and-others/ Dazing … Continue reading

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23andMe to Layoff 14% of Employees

I saw this last night on Facebook – https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/23/23andme-lays-off-100-people-ceo-anne-wojcicki-explains-why.html. Published Thu, Jan 23 20201:15 PM ESTUpdated Thu, Jan 23 20205:54 PM EST Christina Farr@chrissyfarr Key Points 23andMe is laying off 100 people, as consumer DNA tests are down. CEO Anne … Continue reading

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Petition to Implement Informed Consent at GEDmatch — The DNA Geek

Now that GEDmatch is owned by the forensics company Verogen, there are concerns. Can a for-profit corporation that boasts they are “solely dedicated to forensic science” be good for genealogy? That is, can they serve two masters—genealogists and law enforcement—at … Continue reading

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