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Erin Finucane's picture

VOF Week 3: (Proof in the Crash: No (Wo)man is an Island)

I’m writing this post from my favorite café in Washington. It’s warmly lit with a wall of windows that open onto a busy, bohemian street that could easily be Hemingway’s Paris. … Read More»

akhtarjournalism's picture

"VOF Week 3: (The Importance Of Being Earnest)."

The Importance Of Being Earnest … Read More»

Bonnie J. Stone's picture

I'm still female, no matter what I wear

I have been, periodically, attempting to recapture some femininity in my wardrobe-I seem to be desperate for it, and every time this happens I look at traditional skirts and dresses etc. … Read More»

Bonnie J. Stone's picture

VOF Assignment Week Three (Keeping Motivation)

Challenges and barriers to blogging, for me, seem only to be within myself. … Read More»

LUMA's picture

“VOF Week3 (Speaking up rightly and timely but ethically)”

Blogging! What an incredible medium of communication. … Read More»

alampioska's picture

"VOF Week 3: (Give Blogging a Chance)."

I introduced myself to the idea of blogging couple years ago. And I’ve seen it becoming more and more popular as time passes. … Read More»

jadefrank's picture

Women: United We Empower Ourselves

For me, finding World Pulse at first seemed like good luck. Now it feels like a larger power within the universe led me here. … Read More»

MWANA WA MKE's picture

VOF Week 3- Blog Spot Central

Blogging is an activity I restrict only to World Pulse. Prior to this, blogging was a word I associated to computer geeks who had nothing better to do than stay glued to their computers. … Read More»

Halima Mohamed Abdel rahman's picture

"VOF Week 3: (Blogging in Riyadh; Resting in Khartoum)"

Have your say before it dies. Inevitably it will force its way. It does not matter when, why, where or how. Life has taught me to wait, because there is always a chance! … Read More»

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My first real encounter with computers was when I joined high school. I was 13 years old. Technology has come a long way since then. … Read More»

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