Phase Eight

16 Jun 19
HlaMin

Updated : June 16, 2019 Silicon Valley Culture Complementary Skills Robert Floyd First Pagoda in the USA Dreams Oral and Written History Jubilees RIT Spirit My Facebook Pages and Websites No Last Journey for us SPZP and Alumni Activities Encyclopedia of AAFF Blog Email History and Historians Aung Bar Lay Lottery Rangoon Turf Club Guardian […]

16 Jun 19
Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

The words in the image above form part of the conclusion to Arthur C. Clarke’s 2010: Odyssey Two, the sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s collaboration with Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and itself made into a film by Peter Hyams. They come as the alien force responsible for the strange monoliths that triggered the events of […]

16 Jun 19
Elle's Triathlon Training Diaries

From having all your equipment race-ready and checking out the course, to fuelling right and getting enough sleep, here are some of my best tips for preparing for triathlon race day.

16 Jun 19
Blogs For Moms

Now that you know you’re pregnant what’s next? You went through the happy, excited kind of scared, but still ecstatic phase, got through the oh my goodness I’m actually pregnant stage after your first doctor’s visit so what’s next? … for me the next stage was shopping! Buy! Buy! Buy! though I didn’t know what […]

16 Jun 19
The Floating Circle

Our exclusive Q&A with artist Peter Ford RWA…

16 Jun 19
TOO LONELY TO MAKE SENSE - AGELESS POETRY

POLITICS It is sure that you don’t understand why anyone would want to kill me. Well I tell you there is a thing as knowing to much and fear amongst the idle rich like Vice-Chancellor Breakwell/Kobus (who got her security clearance from Jan Viroslav, Head of MI5 and Chair of the Bath Tory Party and […]

16 Jun 19
Avril Marie Aalund

One question I am asked frequently about my writing process is why I write the first draft of any project by hand. In this digital age where we have mini-computers in our pockets at any given point, laptops, tablets, and other devices, some people find it strange that I like to carry a notebook and […]

16 Jun 19
The Art of Chaos

Started out productive, got rough mid-week, but smoothed out towards the end. Then it crashed. Really need to work on managing emotional flashbacks better.

16 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Flying in all-electric mode … This perspective still belongs to the realm of dreams. In the current state of technology, 180 tons of batteries would be needed to power electric engines delivering the same power as the reactors of an Airbus 320 or a Boeing 737. However, the market load of these airliners n That's […]

16 Jun 19
Comrade Finnegan

I have seen the piles of human skulls. I have heard the stories about the Cambodian killing fields. Obviously a number of people died at one time. But the story of Pol Pot trying to eliminate all opposition, even those with glasses, always sounded a bit fantastical to me. Sure, it could be. Strange then, […]

16 Jun 19
Sport Archives

If there is fun in the English Midlands, Gary Stead wants his Black Caps and their families to look for it. The New Zealand coach dismissed his indictment for the next two days before they would gather in Birmingham to prepare for their next cricket match against South Africa on Wednesday (9:30 PM NZT). Phase […]

16 Jun 19
BSVU

How to Prove to be an Online Review Geek Not so long ago, when you were found to be ready to uncover your creating, your solely option might collect a few creative people who have printouts of the manuscripts and bring them with each other in the same place.

16 Jun 19
Rob Thomas' European Analysis

On 24 May Theresa May, under pressure from backbench MPs and losing the support of her cabinet, announced her resignation as leader of the Conservative Party. She formally stepped down as party leader on 7 June. The process of choosing a new Conservative Party leader is now taking place under the supervision of the backbench […]