Some dog trainers use a kind of shorthand when they are describing dogs. Dog trainer Eric Brad thinks that some of those common terms can unfairly shift the responsibility for success or failure off of the trainer and onto the dog.
Archives for December 2011
Let’s face it. Science fiction is great. It covers a vast canvas of human thought, inspires some of our brightest minds to invent new technologies, and has the unique ability to laugh at itself. But who are the artists that shape this genre? Who are the folks that create these fantastic visions of other worlds […]
From Bread to Delicate Omelettes and Immunosuppressive Drugs. Julia McLean takes us on a journey through the UK, France, Italy as she explores the many uses of mold and fungi.
How a chance meeting on twitter leads guest author Susan Jones to connect with writer TAL11K resulting in a poetic, insightful and creative collaboration on the subject of graffiti.
Here is what New York Times critic Vincent Camby wrote about True Confessions when the movie came out in September 1981: “Quite simply it’s one of the most entertaining, most intelligent and most thoroughly satisfying commercial American films in a very long time.” I have to agree that this is indeed a nearly flawless film. […]
On a dive around Molinere Bay in Granada, George Burden explores the art works of British artist Jason de Caires.
Author Lisa Lucke, a self-avowed atheist writes about her own spiritual awakening in the context of Ram Dass Fierce Grace, the poignant film that meditates on spirituality, aging, being conscious and living in the now.
In Support Of The Arts – Life As A Human, the online magazine for evolving minds is excited to announce a brand new site!
Sometimes words are not enought and, yet, sometimes they are all we have. Donna Leskosek reaches out in her writing about the unfairness of cancer and the way that we drift from social circles and become familiar with the unthinkable.
When training dogs, it’s sometimes helpful to prompt them for the behaviour we are looking for. Trainer Eric Brad cautions that “prompts” can be as much a distraction as a help. Knowing how to “fade” them out of the picture can be just as important in good training.