As expected, "SNL" dove right into the Petraeus scandal with its cold open on Saturday. But instead of spoofing Petraeus himself, the sketch focused on Paula Broadstone, imagining what an honest reading of her book "All In" would have been like.
Soup for thought
Feminism is not a 4 letter-word
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A roundup 10 infographics with useful stats, information and suggestions about online marketing.
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This is Thanksgiving weekend in Canada and as a proud Canadian, I wanted to share with you some interesting facts about this national holiday. Set on the second Monday in October, as oppose to the U.S. where Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday in November, Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated almost the same way as the American one.
Activists argue that prejudice against black women is ignored by mainstream feminism. What are the corrosive stereotypes behind it?
At the heart of this concept are two corrosive stereotypes. black people as animalistic, uncontrolled or uncontrollabl The second is that black women’s bodies are hypersexualised: the “sexy black woman” is all tits and twerking.
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When a behavior feels like second nature, it's hard to imagine that it could be learned. But here are some of the many facts that challenge the idea of biological gender roles.
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If your partner: has a face That Could curdle milk, you-have only yourself to blame. Scientists found que le-have faces fancy we are shaped by our personal experiences more than genetics or --other influences. Their study into facial attraction Showed That When It cam to rating people have hot or not, Even identical twins Who Grew up together disagreed. In fact, genetics turned out to explain only a fifth of the variation in people's tastes, Meaning very little Was inherited. The greatest impact on people's preferences Was Their Own life experiences - a mass of factoring That Could include the friends They make, the odd a chance encounter, and Even the face of Their first love. "If you think about your first romantic relationship, That person's face, or someone Who looks like them, might be attractive to you for years to come," Said Laura Germine, a psychologist Who co-led the study at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. "On the one hand, it's common sense That our individual experiences Will importantly be for Who we find attractive, aim it Reviews the other hand, we Know That people's Ability to Recognise is faces Almost Entirely down to differences in genes, "she said. Some aspects of beauty are we Widely Agreed. For example, MOST people find symmetrical faces more attractive than wonkier ones. Facial symmetry is thought to Reflect Good and development to find attractive it might be written in our genes.
So when marketers talk about how much they work with numbers now that we’ve entered the sci-fi1 age of Internet data collection, I cringe. Let’s just say I’m glad I’m covering marketing for a living rather than actually doing it.
But just because numbers may be marketers’s new best friend, that doesn’t mean they’re all good. Some, in fact, are a bit terrifying.
And because I’m a sick bastard who wants you all to feel my mathematical pain, I’ve gathered 13 stats that should send chills down any marketer’s spine. Just to be clear, all of these statistics have pros and cons, and some stats may not have an impact on your marketing strategy. But hopefully at least one of them will get you to jump. Enjoy....
We all definitely know social is a large part of most digital marketing efforts. And, social has the power to drive traffic, both organically and via paid channels.
So, what real impact do social signals have on our SEO efforts in 2015 and beyond?
BMC Software has tied up with Wings Travel Management to deploy Sakhi, Indias first women chauffeured cab fleet for its women employees.
One step forward
Play Your Part Ambassador Lynette Ntuli is breaking the mould for young women in business, mobilising youth leadership and igniting a passion for active citizenship and social cohesion through Ignite SA, her dynamic multimedia network of young...