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LA Hump Day Links: May 30, 2012

It’s time to sing goodbye to May…with some reading reflections. Enjoy, and send us your comments and thoughts! “Why We Lie,” by Dan Ariely at The Wall Street Journal. What’s the truth about human dishonesty? Which liars and cheaters should … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: May 16, 2012

We are roughly a month away from another summer solstice (and less than a week away from the highly publicized NATO Summit). Take your mind off any worries and slip into a summer state of mind with these hot LA … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: April 11, 2012

“Nobody Says I Love You Anymore,” by Sarah Hepola at The Morning News. From Dallas to Austin to New York back to Dallas. Sarah Hepola describes our love-hate relationships with our original locales in an eloquent “how-to” guide on coming … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: Feb. 8, 2012

“Why French Parents Are Superior,” by Pamela Druckerman at The Wall Street Journal: An interesting look at cross-cultural ways of child rearing. Notice how the author notes French parents emphasize reading/talking to their kids, exploring nature, and the overall importance … Continue reading

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