“Blocking ads can be devastating to the sites you love.”
[I now] suggest some hard-won guidelines for responsible reviewing. For instance: First, as in Hippocrates, do no harm. Second, never stoop to score a point or bite an ankle. Third, always understand that in this symbiosis, you are the parasite. Fourth, look with an open heart and mind at every different kind of book with every change of emotional weather because we are reading for our lives and that could be love gone out the window or a horseman on the roof. Fifth, use theory only as a periscope or a trampoline, never a panopticon, a crib sheet, or a license to kill. Sixth, let a hundred Harolds Bloom.
(John Leonard The New York Times. 18 July 2004).
“Companies can’t rein in the conversations happening on social networks and blogs, but they can respond to their most vocal customers.”
Many Moroccan and Middle Eastern recipes call for preserved lemons, lemons that have been pickled in salt and their own juices. It’s quite easy to do, though takes at least three weeks before the lemons are ready to use.
“Cookie bars, with rich shortbread crust and a golden, creamy caramel center, enrobed in milk chocolate.”
“Dark green, earthy kale contrasts with the mild yellow potatoes, but you can use fresh spinach in place of kale. “