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Lawrence Ferlinghetti Turns 100: Hear the Great San Francisco Poet Read “Trump’s Trojan Horse,” “Pity the Nation” & Many Other Poems

It has been a season of mourning for literature: first the death of Mary Oliver and now W.S. Merwin, two writers who left a considerable imprint on over half a century of American poetry. Considering the fact that founding father of the Beats and proprietor of world-renowned City Lights Bookstore, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, turns 100 on March 24th, maybe a few more people have glanced over to check on him. How’s he doing? He's grown "frail and nearly blind," writes Chloe Veltman at The Guard...
Tags: Google, New York, Navy, Washington Post, College, Poetry, San Francisco, Charles, UC Berkeley, Chinatown, Columbia, City Lights, Trump, Coney Island, Ginsberg, Edward Gorey


Changes in Bread Baking I've seen over 50+ years

Changes in Bread Baking I've seen over 50+ years Submitted by msneuropil on March 20, 2019 - 1:33pm.  The Hole Truth! I grew up in Texas but live in the Pacific NW now. I was raised on home canned foods,hanging beef, and fresh slaughtered pigs, fresh baked baking powder biscuits and cornbread daily, but my family didn't bake yeast breads hardly ever unless it was salt rising (go figure). I of course loved it when visiting someone's Mom or Granny's farm that made yeast bread...al...
Tags: Texas, Germany, Canada, New Orleans, Baking, Heidelberg, Julia Child, Ginsberg, Pacific NW, Rye Baker, Ortiz Village Baker


Anyone have an idea of the hydration of this dough in video?

Anyone have an idea of the hydration of this dough in video? Submitted by msneuropil on March 18, 2019 - 11:05pm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98z0W-GuOW8I notice he does not score the bread, or use "steam".  I am curious as to what his dough hydration might be that he does not need to score...or use the "steam" we are told we need for an artisan bread.   This scoring does not occur with the smaller loafs either that appear to be different style.Reason I am even bringing this up ...
Tags: Baking, Ginsberg


Details for temporary homeless shelter in Wilmington set to roll out next week

After months of debate, plans for a temporary homeless shelter in Wilmington are set to be unveiled next week. But after an enthusiastic July 2018 launch of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s A Bridge Home program and with new funding in place, the city’s ambitious efforts to move the homeless off of local sidewalks has hit some snags, including rising costs and a slower pace for building permanent housing and community opposition delaying some of the proposed temporary shelter sites. Only one Bridge Home sh...
Tags: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Local News, Eric Garcetti, San Pedro, Homeless Shelters, Ginsberg, Wilmington, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Griffith Park, Olvera Street, Eubank


Case study on the Ginsburg conspiracy theories in action

#WheresRuth. Even as the answer – working from home while recovering from cancer surgery – was covered by journalists and confirmed by the Supreme Court itself, this hashtag and similar ones populated Twitter in January and February. False allegations about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s status ranged from standard political rumors (e.g., that she planned to announce her retirement soon) to massive conspiracy theories (e.g., that she was in a medically induced coma or that her death was being hid...
Tags: Post, Featured, Nbc, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, Fox News, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Collins, ABA Journal, Woods, James Woods, Miller, Ruth, Ginsberg


Supreme Court Tells Songwriters: “You’ll Have to Wait”

In a further bit of bad news for music creators, the Supreme Court recently ruled that artists who are victims of copyright infringement must wait, in some cases for as long as seven months, before they are able to file they are able to file a lawsuit. _______________________________ Guest post by Stephen Carlisle of NOVA Southeastern University Consider this problem. You’ve just finished recording your latest batch of songs. The very same day they are released, you go online and ...
Tags: Music, Supreme Court, Congress, United States, Guest Post, Ginsberg, Copyright Office, U S Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit, Stephen Carlisle, Eleventh Circuit, Time for Congress, Protection of Literary and Artistic Works Paris, Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp, Wall Street Com LLC


Episode 30: Chicago-Kent’s Debbie Ginsberg on the Value of Women in Legal Tech

On the 30th episode of The Geek In Review, we talk with Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at the Chicago-Kent Law Library. Debbie was recently quoted in law.com’s “Where Are All the Women in Legal Tech?” So we cut right to the chase and ask that question to Debbie. She says that there are lots of women in legal tech, but that those putting on tech conferences need to take more action toward actively recruiting women for speaker and presenter opportunities. One profession where w...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Chicago, Women In Tech, Jason, Conferences, Ginsberg, Greg, Debbie, Cho, Debbie She, American Association of Law Libraries, Law Librarians, Marlene, Obama Presidential Library, Zena Applebaum


Return Mail: We start from the baseline that the government is not a person

by Dennis Crouch [Oral Arguments Transcript] Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the business method review case of Return Mail Inc. v. U.S. Postal Service.  The basic question in the case is whether the United States government (here the USPS) counts as “a person who is not the owner of a patent.”  If the US is a person, then it has standing to file a petition for inter partes review, post grant review, covered business method review. See 35 U.S. Code § 321.* Question presented: Wh...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, US, United States, US Postal Service, Usps, Uspto, AIA, Patent, Ginsberg, Stewart, Stevens, Ginsburg, U S Postal Service, PTO


Robert Willig, RIP.

Right after my wife and I moved to this neck of the woods, I made the rounds of the local bookstores, and my hands-down favorite was Troubadour Books, then in North Hatfield, just across the river; I wrote about my first visit back in 2007, featuring its generous and knowledgeable owner, Bob Willig. A few years ago I posted that Sam Burton of Grey Matter Books would be running the store (now in Hadley), since “Willig is blind and has been in bad health.” And this morning I was saddened to read...
Tags: England, California, Uncategorized, Linguistics, Bob, Alfred Hitchcock, Dante, Ginsberg, George Washington University, Hadley, Toni, Dario Argento, Willig, Grey Matter, Sam Burton, Robert Willig


RBG STRIKES BACK: Ginsberg Returns To Work

The Supreme Court associate justice had been working from home after receiving treatment for cancer.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Ginsberg


Why Amazon canceled its plan to build HQ2 in NYC

Amazon had spent years on a controversial campaign to select cities where it plans to build giant corporate campuses.In November, the retail giant announced plans to build its so-called HQ2 in Virginia and New York.On Thursday, Amazon cancelled its plans to build in New York following backlash from local lawmakers, union leaders, and protestors. None Amazon has cancelled its plans to build a headquarters building in New York City after facing backlash from local lawmakers and others opposed in t...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Politics, New York, Government, Virginia, Milwaukee, New York City, Investment, Policy, Innovation, Bill De Blasio, Jeff Bezos, Wall Street Journal, Foxconn, Cuomo


Match Group fully acquires relationship-focused app Hinge

Last year, Match Group in the relationship-focused dating app Hinge, in order to diversify its portfolio of dating apps led by Tinder. The company has now confirmed that it fully bought out Hinge in the past quarter, and today owns 100 percent of the app which has been gaining momentum both inside and outside of the U.S. following last year’s deal. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Match believes Hinge can offer an alternative to those who aren’t interested in using casual apps, lik...
Tags: Social, TC, Apps, Europe, New York, London, Australia, Tech, Match, Bumble, Hinge, Match Group, Ginsberg, U S U K Canada, Tinder Ginsberg, Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg Hinge


Match fully acquires relationship-focused app Hinge

Last year, Match Group in the relationship-focused dating app Hinge, in order to diversify its portfolio of dating apps led by Tinder. The company has now confirmed that it fully bought out Hinge in the past quarter, and today owns 100 percent of the app which has been gaining momentum both inside and outside of the U.S. following last year’s deal. Match believes that Hinge can offer an alternative to those who aren’t interested in using casual apps, like Tinder. As the company noted on its ea...
Tags: Travel, TC, Europe, New York, London, Australia, Match, Bumble, Hinge, Match Group, Ginsberg, U S U K Canada, Tinder Ginsberg, Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg Hinge, Bumble Hinge


The Secrets Inside the C.O. Bigelow Apothecary (Est. 1838)

Over the last 180 years, the Ginsberg family has amassed more than 10,000 pharmaceutical and beauty items.
Tags: News, Family Business, Ny, Ginsberg, Cosmetics and Toiletries, Drugstores, Drugs (Pharmaceuticals, West Village (Manhattan, C O Bigelow Apothecaries


Why is Pelosi Delaying the SOTU?

Well, here's an interesting theory that actually makes some sense: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1230543/pg1 The Supreme Court is always in attendance at a SOTU speech. But Ginsberg would either be absent, or have to have obvious life-support. Neither image is one that Pelosi and the rest of the Dems want on national television. Hmmm. Woodrow Wilson was paralyzed by a stroke in December 1919, and his wife and doctor kept the extent of his disability a secret, even from his Cabin...
Tags: Supreme Court, Weapon, Political News and Discussion, Ginsberg, Pelosi, Woodrow Wilson


SCOTUS: Ginsberg Is Cancer-Free but Will Miss Oral Arguments Next Week

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will miss oral arguments again next week but is now cancer-free, the Supreme Court announced Friday. “Post-surgery evaluation indicates no evidence of remaining disease, and no further treatment is required,” said Supreme Court spokesperson Kathleen Arberg in a statement, which noted that Ginsburg is “on track” in her recovery from surgery to remove two cancerous spots in her left lung. This week, Ginsberg missed oral arguments at the Court for the first time in her...
Tags: Science, Supreme Court, Ginsberg, Ginsburg, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Kathleen Arberg


Costume Designers Help Establish a Film’s Point of View at First Look

To look at Felicity Jones as the young Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the opening scene of “On the Basis of Sex” is to glimpse a microcosm of the next two hours: Outfitted in a 1950s-silhouetted dress, jacket and seamed pantyhose, Ginsberg is one of the few women at a Harvard Law School introductory seminar among […]
Tags: Spotlight, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Roma, Ginsberg, If Beale Street Could Talk, Harvard Law School, Felicity Jones, Mary Poppins Returns, The Favourite, On the basis of sex


Ginsberg on the bench at all costs...

A past prognostication... shows the limits Progressive Libtards will go to keep Ginsberg on the bench.
Tags: Jokes, Weapon, Humor & Music, Ginsberg, Progressive Libtards


Ginsberg Underwent Pulmonary Lobectomy, ‘No Evidence’ Of Remaining Disease

"Post-surgery, there was no evidence of any remaining disease," the Supreme Court said.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Ginsberg


McMahon and Ginsberg of Summit Realty Partners lease 26,000 s/f to Altitude Trampoline Park at Horace Mann Plaza

Franklin, MA Summit Realty Partners is pleased to announce a recent lease signing on behalf of Franklin Shoppers Fair, I...
Tags: Radio, Ginsberg, McMahon, Horace Mann Plaza, Franklin MA Summit Realty Partners, Franklin Shoppers Fair


Tinder fires comms head and other employees who sued company

Tinder has fired its vice president of marketing and communications Rosette Pambakian, as well as other employees who sued Tinder’s parent company Match Group and its controlling shareholder IAC earlier this year. The Verge first broke the news of the firings. A Match Group spokesperson confirmed that a number of Tinder employees have been terminated, though they did not identify them or say how many were involved. The lawsuit was filed by Tinder co-founders Sean Rad, Justin Mateen and Jonath...
Tags: Google, TC, Apps, Tinder, Sean Rad, Tech, IAC, Match Group, Ginsberg, Josh, Greg, NDA, Barry Diller, Rad, Mandy Ginsberg, Greg Blatt


Tinder fired its VP of communications and a 'number' of other employees who participated in a $2 billion lawsuit against the dating app's owners (MTCH)

Tinder has fired its VP of marketing and communications, Rosette Pambakian, and a "number" of other employees who participated in a $2 billion lawsuit against the dating app's owners, according to a report by The Verge.  Tinder employees involved in the lawsuit, including Pambakian, had been put on leave back in August, but were recently let go because they "unable to fulfill their job responsibilities." In August, a group of 10 current and former Tinder employees sued the dating app's par...
Tags: Sean Rad, Trends, Match, IAC, Match Group, Ginsberg, Board, Greg, NDA, Mandy Ginsberg, Greg Blatt, Rosette Pambakian, Pambakian, Tinder Ginsberg


Rye sour starter from Stanley Ginsberg's 'The Rye Baker'

Rye sour starter from Stanley Ginsberg's 'The Rye Baker' Submitted by Mark Sealey on December 16, 2018 - 12:03pm. Hi!I am following the instructions on pages 36, 37 of Stanley Ginsberg's  for the starter sour to the letter:on Thursday I mixed 70g Bob's Red Mill Dark rye with 70g water at 104F° (using a yoghurt thermometer, whose tip did not touch the pan's bottom) etc in this jar. Everything very clean (I think). Left the lid closed - but not sealed with the clip - in t...
Tags: Baking, Bob, Ginsberg, Stanley Ginsberg, Mark Sealey


'People in their 20s really never used dating apps until Tinder:' Match Group CEO talks about the changing dating scene at IGNITION 2018

Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg was interviewed Monday at Business Insider's IGNITION 2018, where she discussed the changing scene of online dating and the tech industry's "bro culture." Companies under Match Group include Tinder, Hinge, and Plenty of Fish, online dating platforms that Ginsberg said are helping the company transform dating. Ginsberg has taken steps within her own company to ensure she's treating women equally to men in the male-dominated tech industry. Just a few days into Man...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Bumble, Match Group, Ginsberg, Mandy Ginsberg, Crystal City Virginia, Tinder Hinge and Plenty of Fish, Tinder Ginsberg, Nevertheless Match Group, Match com Tinder, Monday Match Group


Match Group's CEO audited the company's payroll to make sure she was paying women equally and was surprised at the results (MTCH)

When Mandy Ginsberg took over as CEO of Match Group she vowed to make sure the company was welcoming to women. She knew she had to audit the company's payrolls to make sure that women were paid equally to men. She hired an outside auditor and was so shocked when they told her that Match was paying women 100% equally that she made the auditor double check the results. She now credits one of her long-held leadership practices on how to deal with employee pay. When Mandy Ginsberg took over as CE...
Tags: New York, Trends, Salesforce, Match Group, Marc Benioff, Ginsberg, Cindy Robbins, Dara Khosrowshahi, Mandy Ginsberg, Business Insider s IGNITION, Syndio, Business Insider See Salesforce HR, New York Match


Ginsberg will finally retire in January!

Oh, please, please Lord, let it be true. :thumb: https://www.smobserved.com/story/201...2019/3658.html Article says her cancer has come out of remission.
Tags: Weapon, Political News and Discussion, Ginsberg


Tinder doubles down on its casual nature, as Match invests in relationship-focused Hinge

Tinder has never really shaken its reputation among consumers as a “hook up” app, instead of one designed for more serious dating. Now, it seems Tinder is planning to embrace its status as the default app for younger users who aren’t ready to settle down. According to Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg, speaking to investors on its Q3 earnings call this morning, Tinder is preparing to launch its first-ever brand marketing campaign that will promote the “single lifestyle” with billboard campaigns ...
Tags: Social, TC, Mobile, Apps, New York, London, Tinder, Tech, Dating, Match, Hinge, Match Group, Ginsberg, Mandy Ginsberg


SoftBank Hires Ex-Time Warner Exec Gary Ginsberg as Communications Chief

Japan’s SoftBank Group hired Gary Ginsberg, formerly Time Warner’s top marketing and communications exec and key lieutenant to Rupert Murdoch at News Corp, to head communications for the telecom and technology conglomerate. Ginsberg will join SoftBank as SVP and global head of communications, effective Thursday, Nov. 1. He left Time Warner this past June along […]
Tags: Asia, Japan, News, Time Warner, Softbank, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp, Ginsberg, SVP, SoftBank Group, Gary Ginsberg, SoftBank Hires Ex Time Warner Exec


Death Metal Grandma

This is an amazing story. Death Metal Grandma follows the story of 96 year old Holocaust survivor, former WW2 spy and famous songwriter Inge Ginsberg as she decides to pursue a new career: Death Metal. Its filmmaker, Leah Galant, writes: I found her story remarkable. Growing up in Austria, on the eve of World War II, Ms. Ginsberg fled the Holocaust and landed in a refugee camp in Switzerland. After the war she and her husband, Otto Kollmann, moved to Hollywood and built new lives, composing for...
Tags: Post, Video, Hollywood, News, Austria, Switzerland, Death Metal, Ginsberg, Doris Day, Holocaust Survivor, Inge Ginsberg, Leah Galant, Don't be like sheep, Nonagenarian, Otto Kollmann, Dean Martin As Ms Ginsberg


SCOTUS future

Okay, so now that it's a near certainty that Kavanaugh will be confirmed tomorrow, Saturday, it will bring the Court to a solid 5-4 Conservative Constitutional framework. It's clear that Ginsberg and Breyer (both liberals) made severe (selfish) tactical errors in waiting to retire, which they should have done to benefit liberals back in Obama's era. I suspect they were counting on a Clinton win. Oops. Ginsberg is 85, and appears in frail health. Breyer is 80. I also think they must be ...
Tags: Obama, Senate, Court, Weapon, Political News and Discussion, Clinton, Trump, Ginsberg, Thomas, Alito, Breyer, Kavanaugh, Oops Ginsberg