33 Degrees

20 Feb 19
Emma's Blog

  The get started conference was held on February 12th, 2019 in the helix, in Dublin City University (DCU). This conference was based on entrepreneurship and getting started with a business. We had a great mixture of successful entrepreneurs; business men and women speak at the conference. The people who really stood out for me […]

20 Feb 19
COMMUNITY NAP

The theory behind the “Readymade” was explained in an anonymous editorial published in the May 1917 issue of avant-garde magazine The Blind Man. An art and Dada journal organized briefly by Henri-Pierre Roché, Marcel Duchamp and Beatrice Wood in New York City. It read: “Whether Mr Mutt with his own hands made the fountain or […]

20 Feb 19
Anderson Valley Advertiser

ABOUT 7:07 A.M. TODAY, a woman reported that multiple “kids–approximately 17 to mid-twenties” were shooting up her property in the Covelo area of Mendocino. Later, the woman said that “all four subjects had pistols” and said that they might be trying to come in her back door. Eventually, she reported that the suspects fled in […]

20 Feb 19
SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

The Frilled-Necked Lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii) is a medium-sized reptile. It is also known as the Frilled Agama or the Frilled Dragon. It is an agamid (a dragon lizard).  The Frilled-Necked Lizard has a large frilled collar around its neck. The frill stays mostly closed, but will open up when the lizard is startled, and also for courtship. […]

20 Feb 19
Paper Or Plastic

***WINTER STORM WARNING*** NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: A thick band of moisture stretching several hundred miles is approaching the metro area. The precipitation is expected to intersect with the preexisting layer of cold air from the north. Heavy snow expected. Temperatures not expected to reach above 34 over next 7 days, while steady stream of moisture […]

20 Feb 19
Error Statistics Philosophy

In recognition of R.A. Fisher’s birthday on February 17…a week of Fisher posts! ‘R. A. Fisher: How an Outsider Revolutionized Statistics’ by Aris Spanos Few statisticians will dispute that R. A. Fisher (February 17, 1890 – July 29, 1962) is the father of modern statistics; see Savage (1976), Rao (1992). Inspired by William Gosset’s (1908) […]