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17 Jun 19
Tina L Porter

Last night, I tried to finish reading On Being Human, by Jennifer Pastiloff. I was more than a page into the last three pages, the very last chapter, when I just couldn’t read anymore. No, it wasn’t a brain aneurysm, or an emotional overload–it was time to make dinner for the big St. Faudrey’s Day* feast. […]

17 Jun 19
starsinclayjars

Right before we left residential college, our spouses group enjoyed an away day with a guest speaker; a lovely lady who had been married to a Vicar for a long, long time and had come to share her anecdotal wisdom. Whilst useful in parts, the main thing that stuck with me about this interview, however, […]

17 Jun 19
The Galaxy Girl's Guide to Confidence

As the founder of this website, it was only right for me to share my confidence story with you, so here’s my journey… Have you always been a confident person? No, growing my confidence has been a long journey and I still work on it every single day. I feel like I had quite a […]

17 Jun 19
And the greatest of these is...

SERMON – Stretching the Imagination – “The Wild and Wonderful World of God”     Harry Potter sermon series, #1      I want to welcome you this morning to a special realm where almost anything is possible.  This is a place where giants roam and unicorns play. In its pages we come face to face with dragons, […]

17 Jun 19
Chelsea's Big Brother Blog

As we all know, summer is fast approaching! That means a new season of Big Brother is about to be graced upon us, and a whole new set of house guests are currently being sequestered in preparation for a summer they will never forget. This morning, Jeff Schroeder held the long-awaited “Meet the House Guests” […]

17 Jun 19
Las Vegas Nonfiction Book Club Discussion Questions

Jared Diamond, the bestselling author of Collapse and Guns, Germs and Steel surveys the history of human societies to answer the question: What can we learn from traditional societies that can make the world a better place for all of us? The World Before Yesterday explains that existing tribal societies offer a window into how our ancestors lived. Examining […]

17 Jun 19
cocoblanch

I was very nervous coming into New Media this year because I didn’t know what to expect. I had a background of regular boring English classes and I was ready for something new. I’ve always enjoyed expressing my opinions through my writing and I really got the opportunity to do that this year. I also […]

17 Jun 19

Climate Red Team Argument Heats Up: Koonin Responds to Schmidt http://bit.ly/2Y30gks By Steve Koonin Gavin Schmidt has posted a commentary on the video of a talk I gave recently at Purdue University. I’m grateful for his attention and comments, as I’m always trying to improve my presentations. It seems that I failed to get my […]

17 Jun 19
Iowa Climate Science Education

By Steve Koonin Gavin Schmidt has posted a commentary on the video of a talk I gave recently at Purdue University. I’m grateful for his attention and comments, as I’m always trying to improve my presentations. It seems that I failed to get my points across in some crucial places, so I’ve got work to […]

17 Jun 19
UseTheBitcoin

The recognized economist and crypto critic Nouriel Roubini believes that Facebook’s crypto project is different than current cryptocurrencies in the market. Facebook is expected to be releasing a digital currency to the market as soon as tomorrow, June 18. Nouriel Roubini is known for attacking Bitcoin (BTC) ad an asset. Nouriel Roubini Says Facebook’s Libra […]

17 Jun 19
Little Reading Coach

My favorite genre is 10000% YA. I’m fortunate where I get to share my love of these amazing texts with my students. During our class discussions we often compare works to Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, The Hunger Games, and Divergent. I’m always on a quest for the next series to completely suck me into a […]

17 Jun 19
Watts Up With That?

Note: Dr. Schmidt argues points he doesn’t seem to fully grasp, perhaps purposely, then again, Schmidt is no stranger to pettiness. – Anthony Guest essay by Steve Koonin Gavin Schmidt has posted a commentary on the video of a talk I gave recently at Purdue University. I’m grateful for his attention and comments, as I’m […]

17 Jun 19
Vita's Little Journey

Right now I am looking outside the window of our local hospital into the summer sky. I would like to go outside, but I am connected to the parenteral nutrition and in too much flank pain anyway. I am very grateful for the nutrition and a wonderful room that the great doctor here organised. I […]