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I can haz exploitation?

To quote Tavi's kick-ass post about Terry Richardson's pervasive perversity: And, let's clarify: you don't love women just because you have sex with them and like taking pictures of their ladyparts. I'm not saying that's all Richardson does, but "love" entails "respect" and also "the basic human decency to not use pictures of someone's lady parts for your photography show without her permission" and also "the basic human decency to not pressure a girl into giving...

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Reading Round-up: Sleazy photographers and amusing infographics

Working from home can get a bit lonely, but it sounds like the trade-off is worth it. Plus, you can always post your outfit on your blog if you don't want your cat to be the only one to see it.  The Beat Goes on, Minus the Glitz I could go on about this for days: Fashion Brands and Social Media ROI: Are the traditional measures really relevant? The ideas presented in Getting Serious About Social Media...

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Reading Roundup: Learning from old white dudes and something better than a Snuggie

The socio-economic implications associated with style of dress makes fashion a topic worth talking about in my opinion, but this post about Why Fashion is Worth Blogging About does a great job of breaking it down for those who don't quite get it.  Be sure to check out some of the comments, too. "You should be passionate about what you do for a living, and don't let any fool tell you otherwise." Advertising copywriter Derek Walker's...

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Reading Roundup: From Internet addiction to blogger stereotypes

There was an interesting discussion on Yuli Ziv's post about Fashion Blogger Stereotypes. Did you know that believing you can be smarter can actually make you smarter? The next time you run into a stumbling block in your work, studies, or hobbies, remember your smarts aren't set in stone. This photo of Chris Brown and Jean Paul Gaultier is really, um...

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