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A husband and wife each published an article. It became a case study in online harassment
By Emily Crockett, Staff Writer, Vox.Com

Insults and rape threats. Writers shouldn’t have to deal with this
By Jessica Valenti, Staff Writer, Guardian US.

Violence Cannot Be The Price Women Pay To Be Online
By Catherine Russell, Former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues

Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet
By Amanda Hess, David Carr Fellow at the New York Times

Women Of This World Are Constantly Fighting Against A Hatred That Men Do Not See
By Kim Bellware, Reporter, Huffington Post

Links to music, cookie recipes, and more:

Oofdah is a Scandinavian-American exclamation of astonishment, surprise, relief, or dismay.

Inflation Calculator, so you can tell how much prices in 1971 would be in today’s dollars:

Shingle Creek (photo):

Mozart, Queen of the Night aria cadenza, from The Magic Flute, as sung by Diana Damrau. Jill sang only the parts without words for her first lesson with Viola:

“La Vie en Rose” as sung by Edith Piaf in English:

“La Vie en Rose” as sung by Louis Armstrong in English:

“La Vie en Rose” As sung by Bing Crosby in English:

“La Vie en Rose” jazz version 1, French Jazz Project:

“Tennessee Waltz” as sung by Patti Page:

“Auf dem Strom” (“On the River”) music:

“Auf dem Strom” (“On the River”) words:

Beethoven Folk Songs as sung by Ezgi Saydam:

“Marching through Georgia” as sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford:

“Marching through Georgia,” words:

“Summertime” as sung by Ella Fitzgerald:

“Gretchen am Spinnrade” (“Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel”) music:
As sung by Jessye Norman

“Gretchen am Spinnrade” (“Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel”) words:
(Scroll down on website for English words)

Toscas, Swedish almond tarts:

Pepparkakor, Swedish spice cookies:

Sigtuna main street (photos):

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, “Cantilena,” as sung by Anna Moffo:

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, “Cantilena,” English translation:

Kanel Kakao Droppar, Swedish cinnamon cocoa drops:

Vaniljkakor, Swedish vanilla cookies:

Igbo, First Grammar Book

“Skada Att Amerika,” sung in Swedish by H. C. Andersen (“Too Bad America Is So Far Off”)
(Selection #4 on website)
Originally a Danish folksong, it was widely popular among Scandinavian immigrants. It dates back to a Danish opera from 1836.

Igbo City of Oka

Igbo Kingdom of Nri

Igbo Music

Igbo Names and Meanings

“Å Jnta Å Ja” (“My Girl and Me”) sung in Swedish by Bosse Larsson
“My girl and me, my girl and me, In a beautiful green grove, I got a rosy, red kiss, And asked her to marry me.”

Upside-Down Stamp: Love and Trouble

“Barndomshemmet” sung in Swedish by Anna Nordqvist (“My Childhood Home”)
Swedish immigrants sing about how they miss the beauty of the old country and the friends and family they left behind.

Havreflarn, Swedish oat cookies

“So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh,” background information,_It’s_Been_Good_to_Know_Yuh

“So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh,” Pete Seeger lyrics

“So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh” as sung by Pete Seeger

“Die Fischerweise” (“The Fisherman”) Sung by Elisabeth Grümmer

“Die Fischerweise” (“The Fisherman”) English lyrics

“Der Erlkönig” (“The Goblin King”) sung by Christa Ludwig

“Der Erlkönig (The Goblin King) lyrics

“Der Erlkönig” (“The Goblin King”—a capella rock version!) sung by Maybebop

Cantaloupe Crate Shelves (photo)

Cantaloupe Crate Desks (photo)

US Mail Letter Box, an endangered species (photo)

Castro Street Theatre (photo)

Vulcan Stairs, San Francisco (photo)

“Die Forelle” (“The Trout”) sung by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

“First Full-Size Anatomical Model of a Clitoris”

“The Internal Erect Clitoris” (picture) Museum of Sex, New York

“Cliteracy” (TEDxSalford Talk) by artist Sophia Wallace

“What Science Tells Us About the Clitoris” By Laurie Mintz, PhD

“Someone to Watch Over Me” sung by Amy Winehouse–q2GPNo

Saab 96, 1961 (photo) (Lisa’s car. Click left arrow for close-up)

Performing Lieder, Importance of Frequency

“Du bist die Ruh” (“You Are My Peace”) sung by Elly Ameling

“Bridge Over Troubled Water,” Simon & Garfunkel

“Honeysuckle Rose” sung by Ella Fitzgerald

“What Is This Thing Called Love,” Scott Hamilton, horn

“Sweet Georgia Brown” sung by Sarah Vaughan

“St. Louis Blues” with Eddie Higgins, pianist

“Ain’t Gonna Study War No More” sung by Louis Armstrong

“Ain’t Gonna Study War No More” sung by Saskia Dian

“Skylark,” as sung by Nnenna Freelon

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