Genetically Modified Cows Produce Human Breast Milk
Finally, a part of the “buffalo” that the Native Americans might not use.
Writing and Social Media Blogs
Must read! Check out Kristen Lamb’s interview of James Rollins. James Rollins–N Y Times Best-Selling Cyborg or Human Geek Like Us? It’s not just a great interview with the hard-writing, hard-gaming author of the Sigma Force series, it’s a hysterical look into the down-to-earth personality of this top New York Times bestseller.
NYT Best Seller James Rollins–Cyborg or Geek?
Lonny Dunn over at ProNetworkBuild gives us the straight skinny on the new Google +1 at Google Goes Social (Again) with Plus 1. Check out his other blogs, too. He has some great advice on building your social networks.
Blogs and Articles that Caught My Attention–In No Particular Order
Here’s one that’s near and dear to my heart, having lost my first husband to mental illness. Deborah Bryan shares a bit of her experience with her mentally ill mother. Six hands for lifting: on my mom, mental illness, fear & hope
Super fun new blogger Catie Rhodes has this terrific walk down memory lane with Songs that became Movies. From Ode to Billy Joe to Harper Valley PTA, and yes, I know the words to all of them.
Every Tuesday I look forward to Tiffany A. White’s Tele-Tuesday. As something of a pop culture junkie, I appreciate the way she keeps me up to date with the TV happenings. This week, she’s going for blood with her Tele-Tuesday: TV with Bite in which she takes a look at favorite TV vampires, past and present.
From the Queen of Green, Shawna Coronado, we have How to Make a Light Fixture into a Recycled Green and Sustainable Strawberry or Vegetable Planter. . . . Who’d a thought? What a great idea. Check her out on YouTube at The Casual Gardener.
Meet Buster, an amazing lost dog who journeyed over 1200 miles from Colorado to California. Rumors are that he was with another dog and a cat who had bummed their way from Canada, but those are totally unsubstantiated.
Buster–I think I’d be lying down, too.
Druids Part I: Druid Origins is an interesting blog by Lyn Horner over at Writers In the Storm which explains a few basics of the Druidic religion, which is not the same as Wicca, and it’s origin with the Celts.
For SNL, Michael Bolton, and/or Pirates of the Caribbean fans, or if you just want a good belly laugh, check out this Andy Sandberg video featuring Michael Bolton and his tribute to Captain Jack Sparrow.
What do you think? Is breast milk from cows a great breakthrough? Or is this just messed up?
All the best to all of you for knowing what’s in your milk this week.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse