Tweets by CommonSense 17 Apps and Websites Kids Are Heading to After Facebook Social media apps that let teens do it all -- text, chat, meet people, and share their pics and videos -- often fly under parents' radars. While it may seem more complicated to post photos on Instagram, share casual moments on Snapchat, text on WhatsApp, and check your Twitter feed throughout the day, tweens and teens love the variety. You don't need to know the ins and outs of all the apps, sites, and terms that are "hot" right now and frankly, if you did, they wouldn't be trendy anymore.
B is for brand names waxing and waning. C is for calming the mother who has the curious journey before her.
D is for the deep difficult devotions of the explorer. E is for encouraging Edwina to move every tree slightly but exceptionally. F is for feeling fundamentally fine when standing alone at the sea. Safety on the leeside gestures smoothed in tidal field rowing rowing rowing G is for generational gap and the ghosts of the family tree.
Ghosts with a gazelle ease jumping back and forth and back across implied barrier of future present and past H is for having friends constant. I is for nothing good being instant. J is for junk. K for never liked punk. L is for Lulu and the simple sins that caught her.
P Is for every day being a good day or maybe even perfect. Q is for questions that are almost never indirect. S is for trying to do something hearty. As in heartfelt and full of art T is for two minutes max at this party.
U is the urgent urchin hiding beneath urbanity. V for varying the velvet leash of vanity W for appreciating obsolete technologies like wawa and white-out The unlimited choices an owl or a creek a rush of wind coos and falls a complex case of white noise X again followed by O is "love" at the end of a sign-out.
Y is for the ambush of youth and escaping it year by year. Z is for zero, derived from the Sanskrit word meaning empty nothing more to fear. He had given me the the proofs of Pass Thru Fire--telling me that, in his opinion, it was the work of the greatest living poet in the English language.
And when I read the book on the plane back from New York, I was able to see just how much he was telling the truth. Soon afterwards, I decided to publish the book in French in my collection in a bilingual edition, with a translation that as a rule stuck to the original text as closely as possible.
And so I called Andrew Wylie, at the end ofto close the deal. Several minutes later, he called to tell me that Lou Reed wanted to meet me, and that he was about to catch a flight at JFK to do a concert in Paris.
Chance was on our side. The next day, while seated at my desk in the calm of a gray morning, I received the incredible call.Words for Lou The Apollo December 16, Laurie Anderson. Intro. Welcome dear friends. We're meeting here this evening because it's a very special day it's the fiftieth day after Lou's death.
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