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Somewhere out There

If last month’s election taught us anything it’s that nobody really knows anything. For many years now I’ve been saying that the sign of an educated person is s/he admits how little s/he knows. Socrates may have beat me to … Continue read...

Not Quite Dead

Extinction is a cause of fear. Having evolved a certain level of self-aware consciousness, we fear becoming the next tyrannosaurus-rex or spinosaurus, or whatever the next top predator turns out to have been. We’re here to stay. So we like …...

An ancient underground city, 5,000 years old, discovered in Turkey

An ancient underground city, about 5,000 years old, antique used by tens of thousands of people to hide from invaders, was recently discovered in Turkey, reports dailymail.co.uk. Turkish builders discovered by chance one of the largest and most compl...
by We care about your travel on Jun 28, 2016

World of Color

Albinism occurs across species. In human beings, suspicious and superstitious lot that we are, it’s sometimes an excuse for prejudice. I’ve confessed in the past to reading Weird N.J. (Long story.) When we first moved to the Garden State a …...

Techno-Paradise

I’m building a robot priest. I’m not sure what he does. He has to be a man, though, since we all know that if God existed he’d have been a male. These thoughts come to me courtesy of the Washington … Continue reading →...

God’s Rain

Music has been in the news this week with the death of the artist formerly and forever known as Prince. Also, in a lesser covered story, Bono’s friendship with Bible translator Eugene Peterson. This post will focus on the former … Continue re...

Llamado a intervenir en Venezuela por el periódico The Washington Post

Bajo el título “Venezuela necesita desesperadamente una intervención política”, el periódico The Washington Post en su editorial de este miércoles apela a la activación de la Carta Democrática Interamericana aprobada por la Organización d...
by Islamía on Apr 13, 2016

A corporate director gives employees 7,500 dollars to go on holiday

In 2012, Bart Lorang, co-founder and CEO fullcontact technology has reinvented the concept of “rest leave” pay. Beyond the 15 days paid leave, the company gives employees $ 7,500 each to enjoy the holiday properly, writes Business Insider...
by We care about your travel on Apr 10, 2016

A corporate director gives employees 7,500 dollars to go on holiday

In 2012, Bart Lorang, co-founder and CEO fullcontact technology has reinvented the concept of “rest leave” pay. Beyond the 15 days paid leave, the company gives employees $ 7,500 each to enjoy the holiday properly, writes Business Insider...
by We care about your travel on Apr 10, 2016

Así trabaja el editor de audiencias en The Washington Post

Ryan Kellett, editor de crecimiento de audiencias en The Washington Post, explicó cuál es su rutina en el diario. “No tengo dos días iguales debido a la actualidad noticiosa y […]...
by Letra Nueva on Feb 4, 2016

La derecha se desespera: Cuba avanza

Norelys Morales Aguilera.-- El más reciente editorial de The Washington Post confirma la desesperación de los grupos de la derecha de Estados Unidos, que han visto con muchas dudas el cambio de estrategia en la política de Barack Obama hacia Cuba.
by Islamía on Feb 3, 2016

The Washington Post le da importancia al contexto en las notas electorales

Backdrop es el nuevo botón pop up de The Washington Post que será incluido en las notas electorales. De esta forma, el diario le da la importancia que merece el […]...
by Letra Nueva on Jan 28, 2016

Creepy and Narcissistic Politicians Infect Both Parties

Americans should  know by now, the current crop of candidates of both parties running for President are narcissistic and many of them and their family members  are actually a bit creepy. There are creepy politicians in both parties as the f...
by Catalpa Grove on Jan 25, 2016

A corporate director gives employees 7,500 dollars to go on holiday

In 2012, Bart Lorang, co-founder and CEO fullcontact technology has reinvented the concept of “rest leave” pay. Beyond the 15 days paid leave, the company gives employees $ 7,500 each to enjoy the holiday properly, writes Business Insider...
by We care about your travel on Jul 26, 2015

An ancient underground city, 5,000 years old, discovered in Turkey

An ancient underground city, about 5,000 years old, antique used by tens of thousands of people to hide from invaders, was recently discovered in Turkey, reports dailymail.co.uk. Turkish builders discovered by chance one of the largest and most compl...
by We care about your travel on Apr 6, 2015

Rep. Aaron Schock Bought Katy Perry Tixs and Jet Rides On Taxpayer Dime

All is not well in the halls of Congress on this gloomy Tuesday afternoon. Rep. Aaron Schock’s ass is about the hottest thing smoking after a tough Associated Press article revealed he spent thousands of taxpayer dollars on concert ... Read Mor...
by Prune Juice Media on Feb 24, 2015

Best Bet for Senior Fall Prevention: Swimming

As senior care providers consider new ways to reduce hospitalization-infucing falls within their communities, new research suggests that one specific type of exercise is proving to have more success in fall prevention than others: swimming.  One in...
by Senior Housing News on Dec 12, 2014

How To Engage Young Readers

It’s been said you can’t motivate others… …unless they want to take your cue and motivate themselves. There’s an articles in The Washington Post that speaks to rousing kids’ self-motivation to read—Seven ways...
by Notes from An Alien on Dec 9, 2014

Le immagini della protesta di Hong Kong sul The Washington Post

HONG KONG - Continuano le manifestazione a Hong Kong con la polizia che ha arrestato il leader studentesco di 18 anni Joshua Wong. L'articolo Le immagini della protesta di Hong Kong sul The Washington Post e' copyright di Notizie IN - VIETATA LA RIPR...
by Notizie IN on Nov 26, 2014

Philly Low-Income LGBT Seniors Housing Sets National Bar

A new Philadelphia-based building that caters to low-income seniors in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community may soon inspire similar models nationwide. The John C. Anderson apartments, a six-story building that opened recently...
by Senior Housing News on Sep 16, 2014


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