Time Magazine

If You Want to Help Africa, Don't Send Money

Zambian author Dambisa Moyo proposes a refreshingly original, and correct, take on the state of African affairs: that developing countries plan their own futures and not depend on foreign aid -- that excessive aid fosters dependency, inhibits enterpise, leads to corruption and too often results in tyrannical governments and massive poverty.

Time (Magazine) to Move On

Even though it feels like old news already, I can't ignore the headline grabbing Time magainze cover controversy. But there was so much more that caught my attention this week -- like cottagedreams.ca, Savvy 'momisms', parties and wall stickers.

Can Breastfeeding Save Time Magazine?

When was the last time you discussed Time Magazine around the dinner table? Probably last week, when they published the one with the mother and her older child... breastfeeding (shhh, not so loud). Why did Time run with such a controversial cover story? They need to sell magazines.

In Defence of TIME's Person of the Year

In the year 2011 around the world people from all walks of life started to stand up and speak out. Just because one doesn't stare down the barrel of a gun to have one's voice heard doesn't mean that there's no value in that exercise, or worth to that voice.