Murphy Daley is a long-time BlogCritic. Murphy’s first book The Parable of Miriam the Camel Driver draws from her experience in corporate America to examine the bigger questions about balancing career and creativity. Currently she is working on a travel memoir in Claremont, Ca.
Sometimes, you just need that one thing from a story.
How did you think peace on earth and goodwill towards men were supposed to happen?
What Hitler and Gandhi have to teach us about the history of charismatic leadership
KCET will have to create their own programs to fill the schedule.
Imagine, a hundred years ago when radio was taking off, what those people might think of our world now.
How did advertising gain such prominence in our imagination that products are more vivid than people?
It is impossible to find out how many times a job candidate or university applicant was rejected due to their internet presence.
No way would a child of mine be playing with these dolls that truly belong in the virtual reality section of an Adult DVD store.
A sweet little fable about oranges.
This economic crisis is a challenge to the European Union's newly achieved economic status.