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Depuis : 16/08/2015
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Divergente 2 : l’insurrection Télécharger Film Complet En Français

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#StudioY Week 11 Reflection

Systems change continues to be elusive. Following a week with another confusing conversations about the SNP challenge I’m reminded of the importance of creating clarity around what you’re doing and not relying on external circumstances to define your purpose. In that vein Liberal MPP, Dr. Eric Hoskins, gave us great advice when he visited - get

In The Beginning

My name is Kelly McKenzie, I’m an electrical engineering and physics student soon to enter my third year at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and I’m leaving in nine days for a study abroad in Pamplona, Spain with two of my UofA peers and a bunch of people from the University of Kentucky. My home is in a tiny rural town in Arkansas ca

Syncretism in Hinduism

From what has been said it might be supposed that religious forms are unimportant to Hindus. This is far from being the case. All over India they are loved and worshipped and taken with great seriousness. No one who has watched Indians passionately celebrating the birthday of Lord Krishna or Lord Ganesha could suppose that Hindus are indifferent to

#8 Residential Harvesting

Growing up, I would go to my uncles house to pick peaches, plums, apples, grapes, and the list goes on…because if we didn’t pick and eat them, they would rot and go to waste. It would be so much fun, but I would always wonder what he did with all the leftover crop he didn’t sell. We had a big family, but I know we didn’t always eat it all.

Don’t Fear the Reader

I was hesitant to publishing this article right from the beginning and even more so after reading Letter to a Young Haskell Enthusiast. I wrote this post mainly for myself, because explaining a concept to someone else is oftentimes the best way of understanding it yourself. I decided to still put it out there because I’ve personally benefitted a

Why kitchen-cabinet?

Last night I was at the San Diego DevOps meeting, and kitchen-cabinet came up. Some people were ‘skeptical’ about its usage. There are half a dozen or so tools that do the same sort of thing - meez, berks init, etc. Obviously its useful to use one of these tools - who can resist having to do less manual work! So what makes kitchen-cabinet speci

Idiot Day!

Have you ever wanted to just repond to the ridiculous people that communicate online with hate, ignorance, and stupidity? There are so many times that I find myself writing responses that I will never send. I call these therapy letters. I work out my feelings and then politely file them away. They are never sent. They are used to work out my frustr

You never did math in high school

As a teacher I encounter all of the typical kinds of students. There s one kind of student I routinely encounter, usually in a freshman calculus course, that really boils my blood: the failing student who “has always been good at math.” Oh it’s so annoying! And its even worse to hear because the stuff we teach in calculus isn’t really math

Constant Catch Up

Week Four at Enspiral Dev Academy So its the end of week five and Im writing my week four blog post. I think this is highly indicative of my time at EDA. Time is the scarcest commodity we have these days and I run to a strict interpersonal prioritizing regime. Unfortunately last week blogging fell very low in the hierarchy as I tried to grapple wit