Women in general are under-represented, the report said, without detailing the reasons. It said that while they account for 30 percent of high-tech workers, women hold just 23 percent of “core tech” jobs such as software engineers and only 16 percent of managerial positions. “The potential of women in tech is probably double these numbers, […]
All- Here is the schedule for 12-17-18. We have a good amount of requests and a handful of possibilities tomorrow. Justin will be at Fazio. Have a good night! First Last Course 12/17 Craig Anderson F 8:00 Sabo Matt Campbell F 10:30 Heise Greg Carroll F 10:00 Candus Herrera F 9:10 Crudgington Jimmy Rohrig F […]
Running Swan River Press can be a difficult job. The hours are long, usually after returning home from my day job (also weekends), and any financial risks are wholly my own. The victories are incremental, only often partly enjoyed with my attention fixed on what the next challenge might be. That’s why it’s nice to […]
“ohhh… you fucking morons! (why not listen to Uri fucking Gellar!) … here boys… WE NEED TO TALK!” “there was a time when every Nobel Prize winning physicist was Jewish… then along came Quantum, came from German Nihilism… the same philosophies that gave the world the Nazi Third Reich… … fucking morons!” Israel Sets Up […]
Introduction RevApp is the free mobile application provided by Revenue. The app is meant to give Irish tax payers the ability to manage all of their tax affairs while on the go, through their mobile device. It provides a range of services to any customer that needs to pay, manage or enquire about their taxes. […]
We set out from Hurley in the rain and it intensifies as we reach The River…big, heavy stair rods and within a couple of minutes we’re soaked! By the time we reach Temple Lock it’s eased off to a fine drizzle but the damage is done…I’m wet!
We head north from the River Thames, eventually picking our way up onto Marlow Common. There really isn’t much to report about this walk. Don’t get me wrong, it’s enjoyable and, as always, the conversation is good but we’ve completed lots of enjoyable walks through Chiltern woods and this is another of those. By the time we’re descending into the Hambleden Valley it’s early afternoon, the rain has eased and the gloom only serves to enhance the lime greens, canary yellows and copper browns of the beech trees. I think it’s the best display of this year.
Haylee Holley English 1001 Judy Hampel October 23, 2018 Bullying’s effect on creativity In present times, social media is a part of many people’s lives everyday life. Social media is one of the best ways to stay informed. It is a great outlet to reach the minds of young people to make a real difference, […]
Sunday, December 16, 2018 9:03 AM December 16, 2018 Victory! Final farm bill does NOT include NEA-opposed measures Once again, your advocacy is getting results. Not only did Congress pass the farm bill with strong bipartisan support – the vote was 369-47 in the House and 87-13 in the Senate – it protects the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), […]
"Hier sind alle Mütter und Väter, die ihre Kinder aus den richtigen Gründen zu spät aufbleiben ließen." „Ich bin kein Schauspieler, ich bin ein [movie] Star [with nothing to promote]! Vertrauen geht weit. Ob weil er nicht dabei war SNL Um irgendetwas besonders zu fördern, oder weil er seit seinem letzten Hosting-Gig im Jahr 2002 […]