Borges, una vidaEdwin WilliamsonSeix Barral (Planeta) Uno (mi comentario) Jorge Luis Borges fue un excéntrico que paradójicamente logró convertirse en el centro excluyente de la literatura argentina del siglo XX y en un escritor universal. Todo ha sido escrito sobre él. Edwin Williamson, académico estadounidense, publicó en 2004 esta biografía documentada, entretenida y polémica que […]
Reviewed by Dan Correll This picture book was originally published by acclaimed children’s author and illustrator Jeremy Tankard in 2008. Tankard has published other picture books such as Grumpy Bird, Boo Hoo Bird and Hungry Bird. The author/illustrator is known for his simple yet colorfully exciting illustrations and story lines, which should catch any child’s […]
The best motivation comes from within. I chose these inspirational and motivational quotes because they can help you find and nurture the strength within you. They hold the simple secret of success. You can’t always choose your circumstances, but you can choose how you respond to them. Start taking responsibility for your life, your happiness, […]
Radiants went into Fridays encounter having collected just one point from their 4 previous matches.
The Ronald Reagan administration was covertly selling arms to Iran in exchange for the release of seven American hostages by pro-Iranian groups in Lebanon(Image by strategic-culture.org) Details DMCA – Advertisement – A largely ignored story reported by the Lebanese magazine “Ash Shiraa” on November 3, 1986, soon blossomed into a major scandal involving the covert […]
Most of us struggle with criticism. No one is immune to criticism. Some of the admired and revered leaders the world has ever known have all been subject to harsh and unfair criticism. Edwin Stanton, a lawyer, was a severe critic of Abraham Lincoln. Stanton publicly despised Lincoln and mocked him, calling Lincoln “a low, […]
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation hosted an autonomous vehicle technology demonstration on Feb. 20 along “low-volume” roads in and around Quonset Business Park in North Kingstown; part of what the agency calls its “Little Roady” pilot program, named after the “Little Roady” self-driving all-electric shuttle bus being tested. The Little Roady shuttles – capable […]
Types of Genetic Engineering As you read this, remember, “The best insurance against possible abuse is a well-informed public.” So, with that in mind, let’s look at four types of genetic engineering. First, and lest controversial, is somatic gene therapy. The way I remember what somatic refers to is by remembering that soma is the […]
What’s up to the few fans I have that read this and to my parents who use this blog as a means to make sure I’m taking care of my physical and mental health during this overloaded month. Last update I gave I was justifying this month that we are in and all the tournaments […]
Claire Askew has kindly answered some of my question about being an author and her novel ‘All the Hidden Truths’ ! I hope you all enjoy and I greatly appreciate the time Claire took to answer these questions. Claire Askew is the author of the poetry collection This changes things(Bloodaxe, 2016), which was shortlisted for an Edwin Morgan Poetry Award and the Saltire First Book Award, among others. She is also […]
For years we have suffered from the incredible volume of junk mail delivered by our carriers. Usually, after each mail delivery I stand by the trash basket and sort through the material. Most of the items are immediately assigned to the trash, and more than half of the remaining items are discarded after examination. Finding […]
I’m not ashamed to admit that I binge watch programming on Netflix. And not just once in awhile. Regularly. In fact, with a couple of exceptions, I no longer see the merit of watching TV any other way. Binge watching is an immersive experience. You don’t have to conjure up details from a week or […]
NEW ORLEANS DATA NEWS WEEKLY — Carnival 2019 is in full gear and Mardi Gras Day is steadily creeping upon us.