In previous posts, content curation tools and blogging tips were shared and one of those tips was join the Tsu social network. But, to quote Francis Bacon: If Mohammed will not go to the mountain, the mountain must come to Mohammed.
So for those who have never participated in the Tsu network (“the mountain”), let me tell you, the blog reader or visitor (who is in this instance, “Mohammed”), about a fellow member on that network who goes by the name White Feather. The information this member shares is so eye-opening and fascinating, the temptation to re-share is irresistible. You must be pointed in the direction of the paths he takes online and see the world through his lens. From his Tsu profile, found my way to his website and the other links below were posted to his Tsu timeline. All I can say is … his content curation skills are way better than mine! 🙂
Official Website: Writings of White Feather
The article of interest suggested for your review is:
- How Crazy Horse Treated Refugees : Wisdom from a Native American warrior (Applicable to the refugee crisis facing Western nations today?)
Just wanted to contrast and compare to my opinion piece which was published via Daily Two Cents, titled: Syrian Refugees Go Home!
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Started my spice website and embarked upon foodie travels via the Internet. World cuisine or ethnic cuisine has become a subset of my culinary escapades so this link-share about a particular food that “ranked seventh on CNN’s list of the World’s 50 best foods in 2011” which discussed the food history and how there are now three different but flavorful variations of this popular dish was very informative reading.
- Banerji, Urvija. “How Intermarriage Created One of the World’s Most Delicious Foods.” Atlas Obscura. Site Founders: Joshua Foer and Dylan Thuras, 08 Jan. 2016. Web. 19 Feb. 2016.
There was also another post from that same website to an article about the guy who accidentally invented the American hardshell taco.
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Since the United States and Cuba are trying to improve relations and put 50 years of poor foreign affairs behind them and at the same time, we’re having a “bee crisis” – i.e. use of pesticides resulting in declining bee population in other parts of the world; I was curious to know what this was all about. Cuba’s organic bee industry is pesticide-free. Noteworthy quote: “Cuban honey producers believe they could be on the verge of a lucrative era.”
- “Organic Honey Is a Sweet Success for Cuba as Other Bee Populations Suffer – Cornucopia Institute.” The Cornucopia Institute. Founders: Mark Kastel and Will Fantle, 17 Feb. 2016. Web. 19 Feb. 2016. Reprinted From: The Guardian.
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It’s raining fish in Ethiopia! Now here’s something you don’t read about every day. They can’t seem the solve the mystery of why this occurred but the more important question is: “Would you eat fish that fell from the sky?” Especially if your country was suffering from a drought and a food shortage. (Not sure this report is from a reliable source. But it could be used in a movie script!)
- Seaburn, Paul. “Two-Headed Calf Born in China and Fish Rain Down in Ethiopia.” Mysterious Universe. 8th Kind Pty Ltd, 17 Feb. 2016. Web. 19 Feb. 2016.
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Final link-share. Who doesn’t love butterflies and want to save them? 🙂
- Breyer, Melissa. “How to Make Money by Saving Monarch Butterflies.” TreeHugger. Narrative Content Group, 18 Feb. 2016. Web. 19 Feb. 2016.