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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court today became the nation's first state supreme court to rule that same-sex couples have the legal right to marry.
If a link forms in the woods and no one's there to see it, does it still exist? What's the difference between having a person in your extended social group who you don't much like (someone you see in person and actually spend time with) and a person who keeps reappearing as your "friend" due to the sheer number of people you have in common online?
When I read Urban Tribes, the sections that interested me the most concerned how women were employing and benefiting from the concept. Then, considering some recent “chick lit”, I started to see common threads within and around the urban tribes concept. I asked Ethan for his input.
The Virtual Book Tour takes authors on a whirlwind weeklong trip across time and space to promote their books. VBT III is now in progress, and on Saturday, 15 November 2003, Blogcritic Shannon Okey is hosting Ethan Watters, author of Urban Tribes: A Generation Redefines Friendship, Family, and Commitment. You are welcome to submit questions and comments to the author... (read more)
Continuing the Halloween theme, comics-style!
Is your dog a pimp? Or does he or she just want to dress like one?
What I'd like to tell the big-media film critics can't be displayed here. It's a family blog.