Replicas

19 Mar 19
Venus

Design Toscano Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1881, Canvas Replica Painting: Sma – Buy – Design Toscano Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1881, Canvas Replica Painting: Sma

19 Mar 19
Mags Forum Technology

So we ran the most recent GitHub Enterprise version update(2.6.14) but what’s strange is on the web admin interface, it shows that the primary and 1st replica are up and running and 2nd replica is not. However, if I SSH into the 1st replica, it says replication service isn’t even started (when I run ghe-repl-status) […]

19 Mar 19
Kite Dreams

     I first came to Yucatan in the early 1980s and it was all about hanging out on the beach and shopping for souvenirs in San Miguel de Cozumel.  I didn’t learn anything about the Mayan people and culture until years later. When I became interested in Mayan history, I went back to Yucatan, […]

19 Mar 19
2019 Spirit of Volunteerism Awards

Honoree: Linda Epperley Honored by: Pretend City Children’s Museum Cause Area: Education Pretend City Children’s Museum is a rich environment focused on healthy child development and school readiness that is accessible to all children. Designed with the insight of child development experts, business leaders, and community groups, Pretend City is an interactive child-sized replica of […]

19 Mar 19
random walk through intelligent universe

Jack Forscythe followed several very nervous, very agitated Secret Service men towards the president’s private chamber in the executive residence. The reason for the agitation was the unusual nature of the meeting: an inexplicable incident of domestic terrorism which was hurting the president in the polls. Forsycthe and the president had met on the subject […]

19 Mar 19
Cerebral Defenestration

  by Nathan Goldschot   – 9 –   “You abandoned your company, private,” said Sergeant Danz, leaning over me. “It pains me to know I had a coward and deserter in one of my units.” “I didn’t know any of this was going to happen, I swear,” I stammered, trying not to show my […]

19 Mar 19
pondering the past

It is somewhere people used to come for healing. I pass by while on my own restorative, health-giving pursuit. A slight haze hangs in the air, giving the place a mysterious quality. I think it beautiful and appropriate. Later I learn there had been a warning of polluted air in the city. So perhaps the […]

19 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

click to enlarge Concept art about Legoland Florida 2019 will be one of the most memorable years of tourism in Orlando. On Highway 192 in the new Margaritaville a brand new water park will be opened. Universal opens the first major Wizarding World tour without Harry Potter. Disney is planning a whole year of new […]

19 Mar 19
RB Abroad

The Alsace region of France has been on my travel bucket list ever since I saw pictures of Colmar. I wasn’t sure we were going to find a time to go, but circumstances aligned in March this year, making it the perfect time to visit this area. Every year, Belgium has a one-week school holiday […]

19 Mar 19
Little Green Suitcase

Duration: 1 night Price: TBC (a colleague booked it!) Facilities: Two beds, a well-placed hair dryer with a plug socket for hair straighteners There are a lot of hotels in Manchester. As a charity we’ve started having some of our team meetings in the city so we’re gradually working our way round all the Mancunian […]

19 Mar 19
Hitvibz

Since the return of Zinedine Zidane, there have been loads of transfer news surrounding the Spanish giants of late.

19 Mar 19
Chasing the Museum Train

The best trains are green. And not just Southern Railway green… I don’t think there are many of us in the museum profession who question anthropogenic climate change. We’re in the business of knowledge and anti-science really has no place in our mission. With that, we’re all aware of the need, not only to educate […]

19 Mar 19
Odd Grain Custom Woodwork

03/19/2019 Blank walls have a tendency to make a room feel incomplete, but you’re feeling like you’ve outgrown the Pulp Fiction and Bob Marley posters. Time to buy some art to look cultured for your guests. Art on the walls is often the last step of furnishing the house, the icing on the cake. Picking […]

19 Mar 19
Mee Leven

Memories frame my stories I wrote. An old button box, marbles and cows. Triggered family memories. Where was the button box and where were the marbles? Cow silence. I learned the button box had been a lunch box in its first life. It was one of two identical lunch boxes my two oldest sisters used […]

19 Mar 19
el drago informico

HS2 will not just reduce the North-South divide but is the only way to do so. Today the NEF (New Economics Foundation) has been paid to say that HS2 is rubbish and has dutifully done so. In a study with methodology that can only be described as murky they proclaimed that 40% of the benefits […]