Early Math

16 Jun 19
MotionForward

Hello, Are you awake? Of course, you’re reading this, right? I mean, are you conscious of the world around you? The people around you? Do you have a sense of balance? What is balance anyway? … Hi everyone, These are some of the questions I’ve been asking myself, or rather, began to ask myself a […]

16 Jun 19
Journal Products of International Daydreamincomics inc.

Atari TOS Version 1.0 Screen Shots TOS is the operating system designed for the Atari ST and TT series of computers. The Atari ST and TT use a Motorola 68k based CPU (The same CPU used by early Macintoshes) and was first manufactured in 1985. The operating system consists of two parts. TOS – “The […]

16 Jun 19
Fortune

He bought the parcels beginning in 1998 for less than the current price of a two-bedroom condo in Trump Tower.

16 Jun 19
TOO LONELY TO MAKE SENSE - AGELESS POETRY

If I bore you then I am sorry. I have been trying to piece together the story for twenty years now and the only way of making sense of it, it seems, is by putting it on paper. I’m not much of a writer I know. So apologies in advance if the logic doesn’t match […]

16 Jun 19
The Trial of Miles

“The high school, the junior high, the elementary school, we went down six times a year. And not just me, the whole school went down to watch the National Symphony. And that’s where I learned that I had no interest in classical music. But it was an effort! It was arts in the school. And […]

16 Jun 19
Olivehickmott's Blog

Dreading my turn to read – Entering the school system, in the UK, at age 4, my literacy was progressing, fitfully. By the age of seven, I was really struggling. My report at 16 says: “Hampered by lack of vocabulary and atrocious spelling, she has an inability to express herself clearly. It really would help […]

16 Jun 19
Ordinary Times

Okay. Time to close the cover on another Ordinary Bookclub. We read Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality. Our kickoff post is here. The last of the 10(!) different recap threads is here. If you read the book with us, I’d kinda like you to go back and re-read the conversation that Vikram and […]

16 Jun 19
ACSH100: Academic Communication in the Social Science and Humanities

In Brennan and Adamson’s (2014) report, they discuss the government’s arrangements for financing mechanisms of ECEC services whilst Biddle (2016) deliberates the benefits of attendance in ECEC. Despite huge efforts to develop an education system aligned with more defined policy objectives, subsidies and financing are not the only factors that ensure inclusiveness for Indigenous groups […]

16 Jun 19
GREENGROUND IT

In 1981, many of the world’s leading cosmologists gathered at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, a vestige of the coupled lineages of science and theology located in an elegant villa in the gardens of the Vatican. Stephen Hawking chose the august setting to present what he would later regard as his most important idea: a […]

16 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

The Sperminator strikes again – this time donating his seed to an 18-year-old who lives in a New York homeless shelter. Her daughter, two July 12, will make it baby number 49 for this serial sperm donor. Ari Nagel, the 43-year-old math professor who gives his sperm to women across the globe for free, has […]

16 Jun 19
The Frugal Bastard

Becoming obsessed with savings rate is not a unique experience. I’m willing to bet it’s kept many of us awake at night after learning about it’s importance in the pursuit of financial independence. To me, it feels like something that I should have complete control over, but I’m not sure that’s realistic. It’s a love/hate […]

16 Jun 19
Front and Center

The following is the tribute I gave at my father’s memorial service. Micah 6:1-8 Hear what the Lord says: Rise, plead your case before the mountains, and let the hills hear your voice. Hear, you mountains, the controversy of the Lord, and you enduring foundations of the earth; for the Lord has a controversy with his people, and he will contend […]