So, yeah, Trifecta Talk took a bit of a break. After all, Casey’s life gets busy and all that jazz. But we are back, and better than ever. Today, we have an interview by our new Sports editor, former Music editor and avid fan of a certain Michigan school: DesertSpartan! A great quizmaker, in addition to […]
She held her head high To feel the sweet embrace of the cold air Then wrapped a blanket of memories around herself To warm her frozen heart… ROZ IS WEARING: *Penelope Hair by MAGIKA *Clementine Outfit by LES SUCRERIES DE FAIRY now @ TLC *Arya Heels by REIGN. *Snow Angel Ring Set by YUMMY MISCELLANEOUS: […]
A long-awaited succour came to the officers of the Nigerian Police as the Federal Executive Council led by President Muhammadu Buhari recently approved a salary upgrade to motivate them for improved service delivery. Inarguably, the new package will, however, comfort the officers and make the job attractive for young job-seeking graduates. Sensibly, Police remunerations ought to be attractive and inspiring on account of countless hazards related to the job. Without a doubt, the workforce would appreciatively give thumbs up to federal government on the upgrade irrespective of scope.
From APNA President Anne Cooper: Dear Neighbors: Just a few notes and updates from the meeting last Tuesday. Page Repp, promoter of the Dusk festival was at the meeting to hear feedback from the neighborhood regarding the festival. Brent Dennis (Parks and Rec) and Greg Jackson (City Manager’s office) as well as Steve Kozachik were […]
I’ve had a lot going on recently, which I’ll discuss in a later post, so I have fallen behind on my industry reading and personal projects. In an effort to get back into practice, I finally sat down and went through my massive backlog of “to read” articles. I’ve compiled the ones I thought were […]
I’ve been putting off posting this update because it’s not as encouraging as I had hoped… but the struggle continues and these posts, if nothing else, help me re-focus each month and initiate some good conversations between Brenden and I. If you’re new to our blog, welcome! We’ve been posting our monthly expenses and budget […]
Yes yes, we know we just hit ya right in the spot.Let it be a 30 minutes journey or an interstellar voyage if you see an empty window seat you awake your inner Sheldon Copper with ‘Thats my spot’ or atleast hope for there will be at least an empty space right beside that precious […]
Happy weekend to everyone! Hopefully you are all staying safe out there in The Hunger Games: Shopping Edition. I was out in the rush to finish my shopping but now I am DONE! That’s a record for me, as I am usually shopping on the the 24th. The first of December I started a challenge. […]
These two systems took a lot of calculation but ended up not as complex as I thought. With the gas system, I went for the smallest 3L Gaslow bottle. The company sells refillable LPG bottles that can be filled at any petrol station that provides LPG. At around 60p per litre, LPG can save you […]
the divorce between the appellant and the respondent under the Divorce Agreement dated 18.4.2004 was a Talak in the Ahasan mode and, therefore, the appellant was not obliged to undergo Halala prior to the second marriage. In our opinion, even in case of a divorce by Khula, the wife is not obliged to undergo Halala before contracting remarriage with the same husband.
By Audrey Callaway Scherer, Staff Reporter Photo by Audrey Callaway Scherer/Chronicle photo Balkissa Ouedraogo, Richard Parcel, Tiffany Madrid and Jasmine Madrid enjoyed their food from the Hot Meal for The Holiday event. The SSC 108 Community, which includes ECOS (CNM’s student government) and the departments of Student Activities, Job Connection Services, Adult Basic Education, […]
When building an ETL pipeline to import data from a text file, it’s very common to have the incoming data spread across multiple files. For example, if you are ingesting files generated on a periodic basis (per day, per hour, etc.), you could have dozens or hundreds of files with identical structure. This is an […]
All of the money you bring in each month is called Income. Your salary, rips and even money that you get on a regular basis from family, investments, or anything else. Income doesn´t include gifts, bonuses, and things of that sort. So leave them completely out of your budget. Necessity items are the items that […]
Another end of year roundup, this time looking at data visualisation design. Information is Beautiful Awards 2018: The Winners Let’s raise a glass to dataviz that pushes boundaries, illuminates truth, and celebrates beauty. Thank you to everyone who joined us on the Information is Beautiful Awards journey this year – now see which entries took […]