Fusion

17 Jun 19
Opher's World

Messages from concerned individuals.   Tilly and Zeb were sitting in the twilight of their local narcodive drowning their sorrows with a narcojuice or two. Tilly took a gulp of the green fluid and shook her head. ‘He means it you know. He’ll do it.’ Zeb sighed miserably and sipped his juice, glancing over at […]

17 Jun 19
Jobs List

UAE – PRA KSA – Nures Kuwait – Nurse Qatar – Waiter UAE – Cashier UAE – Pharmacy UAE – Architect KSA – Camp Boss Kuwait – ACCOUNTANT UAE – Accountant Kuwait – Accountant KSA – HR Manager KSA – HR Officer Qatar – BIM Manager Kuwait – Sales Agent Kuwait – Receptionist Kuwait – […]

17 Jun 19
Making A Scene!

Dave Wilson Quartet One Night at Chris’ Self-Released There are two rather odd things one notices when viewing the CD jacket for this live album from saxophonist Dave Wilson and his quartet at Philly’s Chris’ Jazz Café. The firs tis the choice of rock cover songs, not often heard in a jazz format. They include […]

17 Jun 19
James Milson - Writing & Things

As the old song says — “In the good old Summertime!”  Welcome to summer in our part of the world. What are you looking forward to the most, or not looking forward to at all, perhaps? Sunscreen and sun-splashed trips to the beach, or sunburns and hot sands burning your toes?  Long saved for and […]

17 Jun 19
Letters To A New Developer

Dear new developer, I am happy and amazed when new developers help out other developers. I’ve seen several new folks go back and mentor at a bootcamp. Or present at a meetup. This is great, because everyone has something to teach. You may think to yourself: “No! I am learning so much right now. I […]

17 Jun 19
tonny's blog

The speech by President Uhuru Kenyatta at Karasani displayed a charismatic personality of self. Although, it was deemed to be controversial politically but at least through affirmation his native dialect tried to mean a point. The head of state has challenged youths who think communicating in first language is an awkward way of life. Some […]

17 Jun 19
Slackerjack

The wasteland before my eyes bore little resemblance to the thriving, bustling Boston suburb that I had known. Vegetation and weather had not been lax about performing their work upon the battered remnants of mankind’s highest civilizational achievements. There was a feeling as though death itself pervaded the very air I was breathing. Everything I […]

17 Jun 19
Eugene H Kim

This first week of orientation serves as a microcosm of things to come.

17 Jun 19
notesfrommoremi

About two years ago, friends (Ali Mufuruki, Rahm Mawji, Gilman Kasiga) and I wrote a book, themed: Tanzania’s Industrialization Journey, 2016 to 2056. The book attempts to suggest possible solutions on how to go about industrializing our nation – moving from agrarian to a modern industrial state. In the soft side of this attempt is […]