Even now, some 30 years later, Yago Colás remembers the jump-shot fundamentals he learned back in eighth grade.
Wolf Pascoe’s son gives him an intelligence test—with predictable results.
Despite parents of the you-can-be-anything-you-want persuasion, Emily Heist-Moss absorbed the misguided notion that math and science were not going to play a role in her future.
While you might feel more skilled for incorporating more complex ideas from others into your work, you will actually receive more praise and demonstrate better skill simply by using the necessary citations and ensuring that all sources are referenced appropriately.
These are the 4 most common types of actuators that are being used in various appliances to produce motion.
You don’t need to know everything about beer to enjoy it’s benefits, but here’s 10 things that might be useful to get a free one or two.— —Photo credit: Flickr/Steve Baker
With rising prices of premium beer many people are turning to home brew. Here’s the beginners guide.—Want to learn how to home brew your own beer? I did, too. This video helped guide me brewing my first batch of beer, which was great! Source: 30dB.com – Home Brewing—Photo credit: Flickr/Carmen
The history of Saint Patrick is a little different than you might have imagined. Or maybe you’ve never thought about it, but now you can know is three easy minutes. —I have never given much thought to the history of Saint Patrick or a holiday named after him that has become synonymous with partying and staying…
Alejandro Flores was an insulting and emotionally abusive partner to the person he most loved. He reflects back on the darkness of those times, and on the light ahead.
Tom Morgan helps organizations and executives adjust to new cultures around the world, and he learns compassion and non-judgment in the process.
JJ Vincent likes how random and unexpected his Facebook connections with people in past parts of his life are.
The first time your baby signs “more” during a meal, you will flip out.
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine has published the Sadness Ghost in it’s January, 2012 issue.—In the summer of 2011, here in New York City, an eight year old boy was murdered. He got lost walking the few blocks home from day camp. It is a chilling story. Even more so for parents of young children.When I read about it,…
“Education is the miracle. I’m just the worker. I’m a teacher. And that’s what we do.”
Recently, I boarded my first cruise ship. It sailed from Galveston, Texas and made the loop down to Mexico. I did it to attend an seagoing conference related to my profession and I did it in spite of my nearly 100% certainty that the experience was going to be pretty creepy. I won’t name the…
About 18 months ago, Saliha, my son and I did this drawing called the Button Game. No doubt there were hundreds of conversations that let up to this drawing. As with everything in life, we arrived at this moment by taking a million tiny steps over time. But it is this kind of creative culmination…