By Melissa Luz T. Lopez, Senior Reporter THE CENTRAL BANK is looking to set a standard for quick response (QR) code payments by June, with the regulator eyeing two options for the new e-payment platform. Vicente T. de Villa III, officer-in-charge of the BSP’s Financial Technology Sub-Sector, said industry players are considering the EMVCo and … Continue reading Central bank to set standard for payments via QR code by June | BusinessWorld
If you’ve been watching the news recently, you may be aware that tensions between India and Pakistan are at an all-time high, following a terrorist attack on Indian military forces in Kashmir, Indian strikes in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and Pakistan’s capture of an Indian pilot. I’m not here to offer any political analysis, but something I have noticed on Twitter and other social media is jingoistic, hypermasculine nationalism, calling for strong military responses on both sides.
Caught in the middle, as has been in the case for too long, are the voices of Kashmiris — the people who are most affected by conflict between these two nuclear powers. Let’s not forget that Kashmir is the most militarized region in the world, and for decades Kashmiris have been unable…
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It’s that time of the year again, for the most special of retrospections… year-in-review lists. Google’s top trending searches of 2018 show that natural disasters and celebrity deaths were atop our minds again this year, though nothing trended quite as much on our keyboards as the exciting World Cup.
Tomorrow, a week after the one-year anniversary of Billy Graham’s passing, Billy Graham: An Extraordinary Journey will be available on Netflix.
Recapping the life of the worldwide evangelist, this 72-minute video reveals how a man followed God’s call and took the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
From his humble beginnings as a farm boy to taking the stage in front of millions, viewers can witness how God worked through Billy Graham to transform lives over seven decades of ministry.
With an inside look at Billy Graham’s spiritual and personal life, this film features rare footage and interviews from presidents, celebrities, family and close friends. In addition, the video covers a variety of historical events that occurred throughout his 99 years, including the Civil Rights Movement and 9/11.
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Attitude is everything. Mindset if key. I bet you hear this frequently. You may even grasp the concept. It’s natural to be thankful when all is going well. But how do you maintain a grateful heart, even in the midst of trying times?
We go through seasons when life is good. Circumstances seem to align perfectly. The future feels brighter than ever, and everything falls into place.
It’s lovely to imagine a perfect world. It would be wonderful if every day were a sunny day. But it’s more likely that you’ll face some hard times along the way. Life happens. Trials come. Whatever the case, an attitude of gratitude keeps you on track.
Positivity isn’t something you catch. It’s a choice. Being thankful with a negative mindset is hard. In the same way, a positive mindset makes you more aware of the blessings in your…
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Today, I am delighted to host fantastic author Jim Webster as he is going on a tour of the Blogosphere for his new release, The Plight of the Lady Gingerlily.
Without further ado, I shall pass you over to Jim!
We shall start with a photo, and the story that was inspired by it!
A casual observer might have assumed that Benor Dorfinngil was in a good mood. He had a spring in his step and might even be whistling a merry tune.
There was good reason for his high spirits. Things were going rather well.
He had funds. Admittedly he’d ended up giving two of the ten alar coins to
Shena, on the grounds that the costs entailed in purchasing a dress might well come within the definition of legitimate expenses incurred during the investigation. On the other hand, he’d been firm with Tallis. Benor couldn’t see…
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“How we respond to the opportunities and challenges of the outside world now determines how much the outside world values us.”
– Seth Godin, Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
The Future of Digital Workforce Automation
I think about the future of work in the intelligent enterprise a lot. I have two brilliant kids just entering the workforce and a bright three year old. I’m always amazed by their creativity, resilience, and engagement in the mashed up real and virtual worlds they were born into. Disruptive technologies such as process automation with RPA and conversational AI offer the hope that my kids will never have to cut and paste across devices, apps, and reports.
Less mechanics, more design, faster time to market. That’s what scales. Orchestrating dynamic interactions among employees, intelligent bots, and robots is the quickest way to build your digital workforce.
In this segment of our podcast series, we discuss…
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Anyone who called for Marco Rubio to suffer Gaddafi’s fate would probably be arrested on the spot. From Caitlin Johnstone at caitlinjohnstone.com:
Influential US Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Marco Rubio has tweeted a blatant death threat and incitement of violence against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro. As of this writing the post has 13 thousand shares and counting.
The tweet consists of a “before” and “after” photo of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, who in 2011 was mutilated to death in the streets following a US-led NATO intervention in Libya which was launched on false humanitarian pretexts. The first photo depicts Gaddafi alive and confident with a smile on his face, the second depicts him covered in blood following his capture by a militia group minutes before his death.
The only data corporations and the government don’t want is that which is purely trivial, like how much belly-button lint you gathered last week. From John W. Whitehead at rutherford.org:
“We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less know what you’re thinking about… Your digital identity will live forever… because there’s no delete button.”—Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt
Uncle Sam wants you.
Correction: Big Brother wants you.
To be technically accurate, Big Brother—aided and abetted by his corporate partners in crime—wants your data.
That’s what we have been reduced to in the eyes of the government and Corporate America: data bits and economic units to be bought, bartered and sold to the highest bidder.
Those highest bidders include America’s political class and the politicians aspiring to get elected or re-elected. As the Los Angeles Times reports, “If you have been…
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Another newsletter from yesterday.
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The Educational Equity Imperative: Leveraging Technology to Empower Learning for All The Speak Up National Research Project annually polls K-12 students, parents and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school. For the past fifteen years, Project Tomorrow’s® annual…
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California professor reprimanded for saying police ‘need to be killed,’ reports say
via The Military Industrial State Confronts Russia and China
A couple really good columns on this a couple weeks ago.
First, Jamelle Bouie:
Next came the president’s address to Congress. And this week at a rally in El Paso, Tex., Trump went after the “radical left,” blasting a caricature of progressive climate policies. “I really don’t like their policy of taking away your car, of taking away your airplane flights, of ‘Let’s hop a train to California,’” he said, bizarrely adding that under the Green New Deal resolution introduced by liberal Democrats, “You’re not allowed to own cows anymore.”
The clear expectation is that many or most Americans will recoil at any hint of “socialism,” either on principle or because of its association with Venezuela, which the administration has tried to elevate as a major adversary. That might have been true in Trump’s cultural and political touchstone, the 1980s, when Ronald Reagan’s hard-line anti-Communism defined American foreign and domestic policy…
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MainOne (www.MainOne.net) has announced a metro fiber infrastructure project in two states of Nigeria, with support from Facebook. The infrastructure collaboration is part of Facebook’s efforts to connect more people to broadband internet. As part of this project, MainOne is building and operating approximately 750 km terrestrial fiber infrastructure in Edo and Ogun States, two of Nigeria’s fastest… Read more on https://mainone.africa-newsroom.com/press/mainone-and-facebook-announce-openaccess-fiber-network-in-nigeria?lang=en
“I read books to read myself,” Sven Birkerts wrote in The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age. Birkerts’s book, which turns twenty-five this year, is composed of fifteen essays on reading, the self, the convergence of the two, and the ways both are threatened by the encroachment of modern technology. As … Continue reading Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction
She never dress to seduce! She never dress to attract! She never dress to show her breast! She never dress to showcase! She never dress because she is a celebrity! She never dress because she is wealthy! KEEP YOUR CLASS ASIDE AND DRESS LIKE *MEGHAN MARKLE*
February 26, 2019
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States sent two Navy ships through the Taiwan Strait on Monday as the U.S. military increased the frequency of movement through the strategic waterway despite opposition from China.
The voyage risks further raising tensions with China but will likely be viewed by self-ruled Taiwan as a sign of support from the Trump administration amid growing friction between Taipei and Beijing.
The movement comes as U.S. President Donald Trump said the United States and China were “very, very close” to a deal to end a months-long trade war that has slowed global growth and disrupted markets.
The U.S. Navy’s passage through the Taiwan Strait also came just days before a summit between Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.
“The ships’ transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the U.S. commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific,” the U.S. Pacific Fleet said in a…
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MASSIVE ELECTORAL FRAUD IN THE NIGERIA 2019 GENERAL ELECTION!!! Nigeria Presidential Elections Results 2019 Live Coverage Nigerians went to the polls on 23 February, with President Muhammadu Buhari (APC) expected to face a strong challenge from Atiku Abubakar (PDP) in the presidential contest. To be declared the winner, a candidate needs a majority of votes … Continue reading Nigeria Presidential Elections Results 2019 – BBC News
Do you believe there’s power in one small step? And if you do, what’s stopping you from taking the first step?
I’ve been asking myself that very same question for close to 20 years. I’ve known all along what I was good at, what I wanted to do and what I felt I was supposed to do. Still, I couldn’t build the courage to take even the smallest of steps.
Yes, there were times when I dreamed about it. I thought about it. I visualized it. But every time I went to take a step something would stop me.
When’s the last time you set out to accomplish a goal? You were determined to lose weight, get in shape, go back to school, start a business or look into new job opportunities. You thought about it. You talked about it. But, when you went…
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As China is continues to block India’s efforts to take action against terrorists in Pakistan. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-affiliated Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) has written to PM Narendra Modi for banning Chinese social media and e-commerce apps, like TikTok and Helo, which have recently become popular.
[Thanks to Peter Jordens for sharing this compilation of winners in the Caribbean category.] Caribbean category winners are mentioned below; for full voting results, see the links provided.
Best Caribbean Attraction: Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbour, Antigua and Barbuda https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-attraction
Best Restaurant in the Caribbean: Graycliff Restaurant, Nassau, The Bahamas https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-restaurant-in-the-caribbean
Best Caribbean Beach Bar: The Soggy Dollar, Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-beach-bar-2019
Best Caribbean Rum Distillery: Topper’s Rhum Distillery, Cole Bay, St Maarten https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-rum-distillery-2019
Best Caribbean Golf Course: Old Quarry Course, Santa Barbara Golf & Beach Resort, Curaçao https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-golf-course
[Photo above from https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-caribbean-rum-distillery-2019.]
Friday the Trump Administration said it will prohibit taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from referring women for abortions. The policy — certain to be challenged in court by abortion rights supporters — was released Friday by the Health and Human Services Department.
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(Natural News) Turmeric is one of the most famous superfoods in the entire world. This golden spice has a wide range of benefits from supporting brain health to protecting the heart from disease. Recently, scientists from different research institutes in Sao Paulo, Brazil found another use for this superfood. In their study, which was published … Continue reading Why turmeric is truly a gold superfood – NaturalNews.com
The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) is a villainous bunch of #patent extremists. Here they are trying to tip/train #patenttrolls and the likes of them how to rig the process in #edtx # #txedhttps://www.patentdocs.org/2019/02/ipo-webinar-on-patent-venue-issues.html
Like many others, I like to go on vacation. Going on holiday can be quite expensive, but you must not stay at the most expensive hotel, go on the most expensive restaurant or rent the coolest rental car.
There are many mix reasons to go on vacation, here I have 7 reasons out of 100 😉
1. New cultures
On vacation you can experience many different cultures that you didn’t know existed and that you couldn’t have experienced otherwise.
2. Sleep better
Because of no worries from everyday life, you sleep better. At least I do 😉
3.Memories/experience new places
Maybe you’ve always wanted to see historical things and places? Or just go over Besseggen in Norway?
4. New friends
You may be surprised at how easy it is to get to know people on vacation. Maybe you visit them in their home country on your next vacation?
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- Princess Reema was vice president of women’s affairs at the General Sports Authority since 2016
- She has spoken publicly about the inclusion of women in the Saudi work force
Princess Reema bint Bandar Al-Saud, a leading entrepreneur and philanthropist, was named ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the US by royal decree on February 23, 2019,
Prior to her appointment, she was vice president of women’s affairs at the General Sports Authority (GSA), a position she held since 2016. She was also named president of the Saudi Federation for Community Sports in 2017 and appointed to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in August 2018.
Princess Reema’s father was a former ambassador to the US, and she spent several years there during her youth. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in museum studies from George Washington University.
When she returned to Saudi Arabia in 2005, she assumed CEO positions for Al…
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They were in a bottomless pit
A demon with broken teeth began to drum
And all the other demons echoed
Deception and deception
In a moment a lady called worldliness and immorality took the stage
The reddishness of her lips
Was more inviting than Adam’s apple. Youths, even the old shook their waist
Dancing to the music of hell
Anger came suddenly to the stage
And unforgiveness held his hand like a newly married couple
Jealousy hurried up to the stage
Cause she had eyes for anger
And they began to sing
Causing the world to sin
With a melody that made the world to dance vigorously
Dancing to the music of hell
No one knew that drunkenness could sustain a note
Until he ended the note
And all the drunkards kept nodding their heads
To his meaningless songs
Lust hid herself in a secret chamber
Whispering into many hearts
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Our base parish has been so thankful these past two weeks. Last April, our active duty priest assigned to our base retired and we have been without an assigned priest since then. A very kind priest from town has been coming to help fill in, but has to basically fly in, say Mass and then zoom straight back to his parish to make the times work. We were grateful for the gift of the Sacrament, but there wasn’t much time for pastoral care. After much prayer, a civilian priest volunteered to come fill the void and his homilies the past two weeks have been very, very good.
His main point this week was so good, I had to take a minute and share it with you all. He asked us a question at the start: “In all our readings today, there was a man before God. Was he chosen, though…
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WQXR, a New York radio station, used to give an “Announcer’s Test” that goes like this:
The old man with the flaccid face and dour expression grimaced when asked if he were conversant with zoology, mineralogy, or the culinary arts. ‘Not to be secretive,’ he said, ‘I may tell you that I’d given precedence to the study of genealogy. But since my father’s demise, it has been my vagary to remain incognito because of an inexplicable, lamentable, and irreparable family schism. It resulted from a heinous crime, committed at our domicile by an impious scoundrel. To err is human … but this affair was so grievous that only my inherent acumen and consummate tact saved me.
Read the 25 italicized words and see how many of them you can pronounce correctly. It is said that getting 20 out of 25 of these…
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The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, has provided initial financing to SunFunder’s $85 million Solar Energy Transformation Fund which supports businesses providing solar solutions to some of the millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa and India who lack access to electricity. The financing is part of a $25 million commitment… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/the-overseas-private-investment-corporation-opic-provides-initial-financing-to-sunfunders-solar-energy-transformation-fund-to-expand-access-to-beyond-the-grid-solar?lang=en
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I had a health scare last week that slapped me, once again, into awareness that I’m alone. I no longer have a husband; I no longer am married. After 56 years, I no longer have someone at home who’s there for me the minute something goes wrong.
There have been many challenges as I’ve assumed this role of widowhood, but they’ve been doable. Mostly. I’ve not finished yet with collecting tax documents, and that’s stretching my sanity; I much prefer working with words than numbers.
This health scare, though, was not doable, alone. The doctor’s office called that I needed to have a repeat mammogram. In my 77 years, I’ve never had to have a repeat. You can imagine where my mind went—all the way from the repeat test itself to the grave.
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More on citizenship-by-investment and the incentives for expatriates in the Gulf who have no pathway to citizenship to pursue options:
There has been a huge increase in the number of wealthy expatriate residents in the UAE who are willing to spend hundreds of thousands to millions dirhams in exchange for a second passport — and the privilege to travel the world freely — despite allegations of fraud against some immigration firms.
In 2018, requests made in the UAE to obtain an alternative citizenship went up by 30 per cent compared to the previous year, according to Citizenship Invest, a Dubai-based company.
The bulk of these applications are from Asian and Middle Eastern nationals residing in the UAE, with Syrians topping the list and accounting for 14 per cent of total demand.
Many Pakistani nationals are also interested in acquiring residency rights from other countries, with their applications accounting for 12…
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On 19 February Ambassador SigutÄ JakštonytÄ participated at the first European Union (EU) – Southern African Development Community (SADC) Economic Partnership Agreement Joint Council meeting that took place in Cape Town. Amongst other issues the Council discussed the implementation of the agreement, the possibilities to facilitate customs procedures, to promote trade and to reduce the application… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/the-first-meeting-of-the-european-union-eu–southern-african-development-community-sadc-economic-partnership-agreement-joint-council-took-place-in-cape-town?lang=en
Hierarchical model–view–controller (HMVC) is a software architectural pattern, a variation of model–view–controller (MVC) similar to presentation–abstraction–control (PAC), that was published in 2000 in an article in JavaWorld Magazine, the authors apparently unawareof PAC, which was published 13 years earlier.
The controller has some oversight in that it selects first the model and then the view, realizing an approval mechanism by the controller. The model prevents the view from accessing the data source directly.
The largest practical benefit of using an HMVC architecture is the “widgetization” of content structures. An example might be comments, ratings, Twitter or blog RSS feed displays, or the display of shopping cart contents for an e-commerce website. It is essentially a piece of content that needs…
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But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8
In a surprise announcement, former Foreign Secretary and staunch Brexiteer, Boris Johnson has announced plans to accede to the throne after The Queen has died.
Writing in his Daily Telegraph column, the famously ambitious Johnson, said: “I can conceive of no earthly reason why I should not be made Queen after the death of Her Majesty.
“I went to a good school, my Latin is at least on a par with Rees-Mogg’s, and even if I do say it myself, I have a certain regal bearing.
“I can’t see there being any objections from the royal family, to be honest. In fact, they’ll probably welcome my ascension to the throne
“It will give William the chance to go back to flying helicopters and Harry will be able to concentrate on getting rat-arsed and shagging that fine-looking colonial filly he’s shacked up with.
“At the end of the day, post-Brexit, this…
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The proclamation of my heart about my feeling and this responsibility that I carry within, to communicate to the world how important is the great role that women play in this universe and in the life of man. I ask all the men of the planet, to recognize the value of women, to respect and to love that wonderful being that has given us the divine creator as companion of life and to administer the earth and to feel that woman life and all things are beautiful. Not to abuse the woman and recognize her dignity and her good name, that of us and for us was created by God to give true meaning to our existence and so that the purpose of the Lord on creation could be fulfilled. No to the mistreatment of women. By Derwell J Fallu
https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/02/19/the-differences-between-cryptocurrencies-virtual-and-digital-currencies/ The differences between cryptocurrencies, virtual, and digital currencies
https://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2019/2/i-dont-want-a-perfect-man-i-want-an-honest-man-toyin-abraham.html I don't want a perfect man, I want an honest man- Toyin Abraham
Recent news articles show that MSPs are now being targeted by criminals, and for a variety of nefarious reasons. Why is this happening, and what should MSPs do about it?
The post Criminal hacking hits Managed Service Providers: Reasons and responses appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
THE ECONOMY OF PAKISTAN
If you have ever browsed the Cold Medicine aisle of your local drug store, you know that it can sometimes feel overwhelming. With so many products available and each containing different combinations of active ingredients, how do you know which one is right for you? Perhaps you mainly have a stuffed-up nose and cough and would like to select the most appropriate product so you don’t end up taking unnecessary medications. Which one should you choose?
If you have ever wondered this, this fundamental guide to cold medications is for you. Read on, and shop like a pro the next time you need one.
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A bomb of southern culture, Birmingham has lively nightlife bursting with music venues for the rowdy, galleries and museums for the more refined, and arguably some of the best American food (think burgers, hot dogs, and fried chicken) in the country. Don’t miss: The Civil Rights District, a 6-block portion of the city encompassing famous … Continue reading The Coolest City to Visit In Each State
A newsletter from this past Friday that features a podcast that I participated in.
Top 10 Issue #221, February 15, 2019
Dear Thought Leader,
How cool to be in Ottawa on Canadian Flag Day facilitating a virtual reality project of the the Parliament of Canada Centre Block for high school students, partly inspired by a major reno over the next 10 years. Stay tuned! Coming to a high school near you this fall!
Three highlights of the week to share with you!
1. Featured MindShare Moment Podcast Dr. Michael Barbour Approaches toeLearning: Dr. Michael Barbour’s Survey of K-12 E-Learning in Canada;
2. Rescheduled major event due to SNOW STRORM! EdTechTO MindShare Startup Incubator Program Launch & EdTech 2019 Trends Report Meetup tomororw in partnership wtih Parkdale Centre. Join us as our guest at the MindShare Workspace February 16th! Register here!
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Source, https://www.varindia.com/best-online-pc-magazines-in-india.html A latest type of frauding of its kind using the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) platform is grooming through online platform and The Reserve Reserve Bank of India has cautioned all banks and payment system operators about a new modus operandi allegedly used by scammers to target customer phones. In an alert dated February … Continue reading RRI Fraud Alert: ‘Anydesk’ App Can Wipeout Your Bank Account…!!!
A proper digestion process is the key to a healthy life. If your digestive process has issues, then it can lead to some major issues in the long run. Fortunately, there are some tips with which we can naturally improve the process.
And the best part perhaps is that these tips are easy to implement in real life without much effort. So with that said, here are some tips which can help you to improve digestion.
Have more prebiotics: Prebiotic food items can help boost the growth of good bacteria in your gut. This can, in turn, result in better digestion and easier weight loss.
Chew your food: Eating slowly and chewing your food is the key. It helps in breaking down the food properly before it reaches the digestive system.
Fibre-Rich food: Just like Prebiotic food, Fibre-rich food items are great for the gastro-intestinal tract. It…
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https://www.lindaikejisblog.com/ Linda Ikeji is one of those bloggers I do respect in Africa. She is from Nigeria and a billionaire blogger.
https://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2019/2/again-tomb-of-legendary-philosopher-karl-marx-vandalized-in-london.html Again, tomb of legendary philosopher Karl Marx vandalized in London The tomb of legendary philosopher, Karl Marx in Highgate cemetery in London has been vandalised for the second time in the space of a month. The words “doctrine of hate” and “architect of genocide” were found daubed in red paint across the Grade I-listed … Continue reading Again, tomb of legendary philosopher Karl Marx vandalized in London
I’m going to take a minute to move away from the awards and the nominations and talk blog business.
Who out there would like to blog or write full-time?
Cause here’s the thing, with the exception of paid advertising, most marketing and business activities you do aren’t directly measureable. That’s a problem if you’re a blogger, author or writer trying to build a business and ‘go full-time.’
How can you tell if what you’re doing is effective? I guess that’s hard or maybe impossible.
Does that mean you shouldn’t do those activities? That you should side line networking for the sake of measureable impacts?
No, no it does not.
Because networking has been THE single most effective tactic I’ve used in my career to date. I make a point to attend as many conferences as I can. I regularly attend the Annual Bloggers Bash, the London Book Fair, 20…
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This is amazing!
does anyone else find it interesting that
Africa – the continent that, thus far, is home
to the oldest human remains (the birth of consciousness) is shaped like a…
subtle, it is… subtle, subtle, subtle…
I mean, if you want to call making a continent look like your heart subtle and all
Air Canada has announced it is upgrading service and boosting capacity on key trans border routes from its Toronto and Montreal hubs.
These enhancements are in addition to Air Canada’s recent announcement it will launch new daily flights from Montreal to Raleigh and increase capacity by deploying larger aircraft with Business Class and wi-fi options on its Toronto to Raleigh and Charlotte flights.
Upgraded services this summer peak include:
2 daily flights effective June 1
152 daily seats
76 seat CR9 operated by Jazz Aviation LP effective June 1
3 daily flights effective May 1
228 daily seats
76 seat Embraer E75 operated by Sky Regional effective May 1
1 daily flight effective May 1
76 daily seats
76 seat Embraer E75 operated by Sky Regional effective May 1
3 daily flights effective May 1
228 daily seats
76 seat Embraer…
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INEC AND THEIR ELEVETH HOUR SURPRISE! The Nigeria General Election scheduled to be conducted today 16-2-2019 by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) have been postponed. This postponement was orchestrated by the elites intention to rigg the election. Click here to see the sufferings of NYSC members before this day in preparation of this election … Continue reading INEC AND THEIR ELEVETH HOUR SURPRISE!
Love! If valentine is the true love that JESUS preached while he was on the earth, then it should not be used as the day of defilement of the flesh!
Charlotte-based Atrium Health has released its annual report for executive compensation. Atrium’s top 10 executives took home more than $21.8 million in combined compensation in 2018. That’s roughly $800,000 more than in 2017. The total number does not include compensation for Terrence Akin, CEO of Atrium’s partner system Cone Health. The data also includes pay for Debra Plousha Moore, the former chief of staff who is now retired. Atrium Chief Executive Gene Woods took the top spot with $6.06 million…
from Charlotte Business News – Local Charlotte News | Charlotte Business Journal https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2019/02/14/what-did-atrium-health-s-top-execs-earn-in-2018.html?ana=RSS&s=article_search
Google will spend more than $13 billion on U.S. data centers and offices in 2019, CEO Sundar Pichai said Wednesday, marking “the second year in a row we’ll be growing faster outside of the Bay Area than in it.” “These new investments will give us the capacity to hire tens of thousands of employees, and enable the creation of more than 10,000 new construction jobs in Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Virginia,” Pichai wrote in a blog post. Pichai said that data centers…
from Charlotte Business News – Local Charlotte News | Charlotte Business Journal https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2019/02/14/google-to-spend-13b-on-u-s-expansion-this-year.html?ana=RSS&s=article_search
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From yesterday’s inbox…
Science labs online?
Yes, it’s possible!
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“I didn’t know how much I didn’t know until I completed the OLC Online Science Labs Mastery Series Program. I feel more prepared to better serve students, which was my goal!” says Shannon McGurk, Director of Distance Learning at Carolina Biological Supply Company. Read more about Shannon’s experience.
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by Sheri Rose ShepherdYou are the light of the world– like a city on a mountain, glowing in the night for all to see. Don’t hide your light under a basket! Instead, put it on a stand and let it shine for all. – Matthew 5:14-15
The first time I was invited to speak came from a woman who had totally humiliated me at the dinner table in front of my husband’s Bible professors. There I was, already intimidated by the educated people at the table, when one of the woman at our table said loudly, “I heard you were fat, Jewish, and on drugs. How did you ever become a Christian?” Of course all eyes were suddenly on me as I felt forced to share my life story in front of a table of strangers. I am not proud of my life before Christ…
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A doctor specializing in gynecology is not only known for providing the right treatment and care for women through their phase of pregnancy but also for assessing and examining the female reproductive system or any parts in the female anatomy related to the same in cases other than pregnancy as well. Therefore the need for a gynecologist can arise at any hour of the day.
Role of a Gynecologist Doctor
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The need for a doctor arises when a particular health condition arises. In women, it could be more intimidating as they are usually the home makers of the family even if they would be having a job as well. When the woman of the house falls sick the entire routine of the family gets adversely affected in case she does not have the benefit of any other domestic help.
Any problem related…
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Soon flights will start landing in the new Ramon International Airport, which is situated about 20 km north of Eilat. Until then, flights are still landing in Ovda Airport, 60 km away from Eilat, which only makes it a little bit longer to reach the sunny city at the southern tip of Israel.
Eilat lies between the colorful mountains, the flat yellow Arava and the beautiful turquoise Red Sea. I’ve spent much of my childhood in Eilat and still visit the area once in a while, so I can assure you, there’s lots to see there! If you only have 3-5 days and want to experience the Israeli desert and the sunny city of Eilat, here are some travel ideas which could help you plan your trip:
(Almost) Just Hiking:
Planning to come on the tightest budget and to hike through the beautiful landscapes of the Eilat Mountains and Arava?
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Can you determine the next pattern in this pattern sequence?
In every row, the three images depict lines with 0, 1 and 2 intersections. That is, each row must contain an image with 0 intersection, an image with 1 intersection, and an image with 2 intersections.
The number of intersections of the images for the first two rows are in this order:
0, 2, 1
As for the third row:
1, 0, ?
It’s now easy to conclude that the answer has to be a figure that depicts 2 intersections. From the choices, figure C is the only choice that has 2 intersections.
A friend emailed this puzzle to me earlier this morning as a challenge. He said that only a “genius” could solve it (you know, like those claims you see on puzzles from Facebook). While I would admit that this made me think for a…
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Well hello again Peeps! Have you got that drink ready? My chai is waiting!
- If we were sipping chai together I’d tell you that the illnesses seem to have subsided, but there are still coughs and sniffles abounding. We’ve had other staff off sick, and on Friday, there were only 10 children at my afternoon nursery session!
- If we were sipping chai together I’d tell you that work has been mega busy nevertheless, as, with staff shortages, it means a whole lot of juggling the human resource we have to fit the craziness of the timetable! But we coped. I’m writing this, aren’t I?
- If we were sipping chai together I’d mention that I had an interesting conversation with my Headteacher… about my future… and hopefully soon enough, I can tell you what might be on the cards for teacher Mrs Bhathal, aka me!
- If we were sipping chai together
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“Perception” is the way we look at things. It can be A Problem, A Person, A Phenomenon or even Life. What matters in every situation of our Life is our Perception.
Perceptions can be either Positive or Negative but can’t ever be categorized as Right or Wrong which is exactly what we do.
Not liking the way one sees things, we consider that perception to be a wrong one and often tend to tell the person that he lives with a wrong point of view. When in reality it’s not wrong but different than our’s. This assumption creates a kind of hatred towards us in the person’s mind, thus building walls between the two.
Rather, why not try building bridges instead of walls by accepting the others person’s perception as different and not wrong…
We are misguiding ourselves by differentiating Perceptions as Right or Wrong. Perceptions differ from person to…
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A lot of folks approach the art of blogging as if it’s just about information. It’s about knowing who your readers are and helping them achieve their goals and dreams. It’s about offering them the information they need to go from point A to point B.
Well… did you ever have a teacher who was just awful? Boring? Made you hate whatever it was he was teaching?
Yup. Being a blogger(a good one at least) is not just about being a teacher…
Your content has to be entertaining.
If you don’t learn to entertain while you inform, your readers will find a blogger who can.
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On 11 February, the United Nations, partners worldwide, women and girls will mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Why does it matter?
Recent studies suggest that 65 per cent of children entering primary school today will have jobs that do not yet exist. While more girls are attending school than before, girls are significantly under-represented in STEM subjects in many settings and they appear to lose interest in STEM subjects as they reach adolescence. Debunking the myths that girls do not like the sciences and other and gender stereotypes, along with investment in teacher trainings, gender-responsive technology and innovation can reverse these trends.
With Sustainable Development Goal 9, part of the Global Goals that world leaders agreed to in 2015 with a deadline of 2030, countries around the world have pledged to “build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”. Yet, a look…
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This is better!!
After surviving the long, cold winter cooped up indoors, there’s nothing that we want more than to get back outdoors and do some exploring. Spring is a time of renewal, making it the perfect season to get out of your rut and go on a vacation to discover new places. You don’t have to wait until Spring Break to take a trip though. Here are five of the best weekend vacations you can take this spring.
New York, New York
New York City can get pretty chilly in the winter, but in the spring the bustling metropolis comes back to life. The Big Apple can be reached by plane, train or car, making it easily accessible no matter where you live. Spring signals the beginning of baseball season, so diehard Yankees fans can hope to catch a game at the legendary Yankee Stadium. Beautiful…
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The best thing about detox is that you can use any combination of vegetables and fruits, i like to add some coconut water in my juice, because is just taste so good and has some benefit as well.
Cleaning yourself is just a first step to go, after that is much more things to follow, but is already very good start, if you are ready to pay a lot of attention for every single food you eat or drink that you drink, you will be able to lose a lot of weight and burn all the fat from your body.
- 6pieces of ginger
- half of grapefruit
- half lemon
- quarter of pineapple
- quarter of leek
Wash all ingredients well and pat dry, cut fruits and vegetables, don’t forget to remove any peels, place all in a juicer. You can add water or coconut water.
After your detoxification, your…
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https://rosannastarr.com/5-most-common-questions-about-seeds/ By rosanna starr 5 Most Common Questions About Seeds. - My Secret Garden Seeds can get expensive, especially when you’re an addict like me. It might just be because I buy too many though. I’m going to answer a few questions people usually ask before shopping for seeds. Since gardening season is just around … Continue reading 5 Most Common Questions About Seeds. – My Secret Garden
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Resilience – You Can’t Succeed Without It
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By Empower Great Success
There are many attributes that are associated with successful people. In my opinion one of the most valued is resilience. Resilience is defined as the the ability to recover from something. Oh how I love that word!
When I was younger I would set out to achieve a goal and give up because it didn’t happen as quickly as I thought it should happen. I would give up and start something else. As I got older, I realized that excellence takes time as well as hard work. That simple shift in my mindset changed the way that I looked at failure.
I’ve learned that whenever you start something new, you have to go into it with the mindset that it may take several attempts before you succeed. More often than not you should be prepared to ride it out until you succeed. As you start your planning stage, you should…
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The real Deal
By Orlando Espinosa
We’re drawn to the real deal, people who actually walk the talk and are comfortable in their own skin. Expressing yourself takes courage and when you focus on keeping it real with yourself at all times, you will achieve:
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From [Renard M. https://wp.me/p9ZWxE-jz%5D
A personality will vary from person to person and it is no huge secret, that bloggers are people too.
This blog post, in particular, was created for you to do a bit of introspection.
Now, if you are a seasoned blogger, you will without a doubt, know the type of blogger that you are.
However, if you have just started out blogging, you might not be entirely sure of what type of blogger you are.
So, without further ado, let us cross-examine the various types of blogging personalities.
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Nigeria in a High Risk of Colossal Economic collapse And The possibility of Using Technology And Manpower to Boost it Again. 47 million bank accounts go dormant - Vanguard News Nigeria *See - https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/02/47-million-bank-accounts-go-dormant/ It's too derogatory to find Nigeria in the lists of countries facing economic crisis. Who will agree with me that Nigeria … Continue reading Nigeria in a High Risk of Colossal Economic collapse And The Possibility of Using Technology And Manpower to Boost it Again.
Infatti la parola di Dio è vivente ed efficace, più affilata di qualunque spada a doppio taglio, e penetrante fino a dividere l’anima dallo spirito, le giunture dalle midolla; essa giudica i sentimenti e i pensieri del cuore. Lettera agli Ebrei 4:12 NR06
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World Language Implementation Guides for Blended Learning, Fully Online, or Independent Exposure
Sample Instructional Models to Fit Your Setting
Whether your student is learning in a blended learning, fully online, or an introductory setting, Fuel Education’s world language courses utilize authentic materials so students gain a strong base of comprehension and accelerate language acquisition.Take a look at a sample instructional model from our blended learning classroom implementation:45 minutes, 2-5 days per week
- Whole Group Instruction – teacher explores theme, vocabulary, and module on interactive board
- Individual Student Work – students complete online activities independently
- Small Group Work – students practice language exchange together
- Whole Group Wrap-Up – teacher summarizes lesson and answers questions
- Check Understanding – students answer an “Exit Ticket” question linked to…
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