Facebook's instant personalization
Katie Hinderer | 2 Jun 2010
An interesting part of this whole debate, and one that is not readily known in the new Instant Personalization function. This new function automatically connects your Facebook account to your Pandora or Yelp account. At first glance it’s a great tool. You can be logged into Facebook and then automatically logged into Pandora. You can like a song on your Pandora playlist and it will show up on your Facebook account. Wow!
Tight Pant Ban
Katie Hinderer | 29 May 2010
Today news outlets around the world are covering a ban that the Indonesian government has put on women and their attire. Any woman caught wearing pants, a tight skirt or a mini-skirt will be apprehended and given a more appropriate skirt to wear. Authorities in the Aceh province are passing out 20,000 long skirts and have outlawed stores from selling tight pants and skirts.
American Idol and virtuous America
Katie Hinderer | 27 May 2010
Despite what American Idol’s producers think, the show is actually about the virtue and wholesomeness of the average American.
Clothed Much: a modest fashion blog
Katie Hinderer | 25 May 2010
Clothed Much is written by Elaine, a Mormon living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her blog reviews the modest options at fashion events around the world and features her personal style.
Katie Hinderer | 24 May 2010
I began to notice more and more that many women, and men, have poor form.
Happy Birthday YouTube
Katie Hinderer | 18 May 2010
Sometimes it’s hard for me to believe how young some components of modern technology really are. YouTube, for example, is celebrating its fifth birthday.
How to make Facebook private
Katie Hinderer | 14 May 2010
After last week’s post about the dangers of having your info on Facebook a number of people have asked me how difficult it is to make your information private. Let’s walk through the process. It’s actually pretty simple. I suggest you change nearly every setting to ‘Only Friends.’
Guys: speak up, go shopping
Katie Hinderer | 10 May 2010
Dads, brothers, close friends or relatives need to take advantage of the situation and speak up when they see a girl close to them dressing or behaving in a way that is not in keeping with their true worth.
The dreaded M-word
Katie Hinderer | 6 May 2010
When I talk to different groups about fashion there is always one word I refrain from using at all costs. The dreaded M-word… Modesty.
Parents need to ask the hard questions
Katie Hinderer | 4 May 2010
Last week’s post about attire and the male versus female mind has drawn a lot of comments. All the discussion got me thinking about where the solution can be found. I was toying with the role parents’ play when Carlos hit the nail on the head; saying girls “need strong fathers to say NO and strong mothers to explain why!!”