1. “Oh our network radio – such a mine of linguistic solecisms! Pedanticus had already almost choked on his panino at “dwin-der-ling” and “our Island (sic) correspondent” and “twice as near” so I was surprised to see him rock with mirth at “legs akimbo”. What on earth could be funny about that?” Arms akimbo means […]
What Is Pi
Here’s a draft of an article I’m working on for the Wasatch Fall magazine. Sneak peak for my loyal readers? Using Projects to Connect Students to Real People “When am I ever going to use this?” While this question has plagued teachers since the beginning of formal education, it doesn’t seem to get asked as […]
Up Close & Personal with Michelle Neasbitt of Polish ‘M
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Dear Reader, Simple, quiet, stumbling over me; our love story unlocked. There is no doubt in my mind that the season Tavin was brought to me was the timing and grace of God. I remember meeting Tavin perfectly; so clearly. It was a dreary, snowy morning. Normally, I did not work in the mornings; but […]
Someday this present may be the subject of study as another of the historical moments of transition between two epochs. One in which we learned to read, or not, how robotization and artificial intelligence were going to move the foundations of our society. Of all the plentiful, expert, opposite and necessary opinions that Miguel Ángel […]
Gary Washburn chats.
“Nigeria: Ritualists Invade Cemetery, Made Away With 49 Heads” “Police Arrest Cemetery Attendant With Human Skull” With headlines like these, I really shouldn’t be in a cemetery with my cousin again today, at 8pm on this damp, warm, Wednesday night. “Dem don dey come, dem don dey come,” Tidime shout-whispers to me and we quickly […]
Recently I began a uDemy ethical hacking course. One of the exercises involved breaking into a router with WEP encryption. However my router at home did not have an option to use that form of security because of how insecure and obsolete it is. In order to be able to perform the exercise I decided […]
Today’s Moon: The Moon is in Aquarius until 2:07 AM, after which the Moon is in Pisces. The Moon is void until 2:07 AM (since yesterday at 8:50 AM). The Moon is waning and is in its Waning Gibbous phase until 12:33 PM, after which the Moon is in its Last Quarter Moon. The […]
ENGLISH | CATALÀ New York. The last stop of my trip. The City of Dreams. Admittedly, the weather I had on my stay was not very dreamy at all, but if there’s one place that can be enjoyed regardless of the weather, that’s New York. This was actually my second visit, the first having been […]
Overall, First Grave on the Right was a fun read if you want some light laughs and don’t want to think very hard.
24.05.2019 (Berlin, Germany) – When I was wrapping up my time in high school, we had this one day where the boys would dress like girls and vice-versa. Basically, I did drag for a day. And my name was: Chantal Europa. Chantal, because it’s a trashy name usually found in lower-income, lower-education families in Germany, […]
Justin Burke gives his top recommendations for this week’s viewing on the box.
“Flashback Friday is a weekly tradition started over at Bookshelf Fantasies, focusing on showing some love for the older books in our lives and on our shelves. If you’d like to join in, just pick a book published at least five years ago, post your Flashback Friday pick on your blog, and let us all […]
Happy Friday fellow fans of biodefense! We hope you had a lovely week and are ready to get your dose of all things health security…starting with the role of investors in pushing restaurant chains to cut antibiotics in the meat supply. Summer Workshop – Get the Early Registration Discount! Just a couple more weeks to […]