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PANDAMONIUM

Pandas – Fun Facts and Cool Pictures of These Adorable Creatures

Written by Laura Han

Who doesn’t love to look at these furry, cute creatures? The author has created an early chapter book with beautiful photographs that will appeal to children in kindergarten and the early elementary grades. 285 more words

Book Reviews

The United States of LEGO

Have you seen these Lego scenes as captured by Canadian photographer Jeff Friesen? He has done a “brick tour” in his new coffee table book… 27 more words

Humor

NEW training videos!

Please take some time to view our video training page; the videos available are great step-by-step guides of how to carry out common tasks.

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It's Been a Challenge (or why I haven't been blogging)

Let’s get real around here! This last month has been really, really hard and I haven’t had the best time here in Greece. It is approaching eight months since I left home and it has been five weeks since I last wrote a blog post. 711 more words

Travel

PROFile: Alexander Murphy

The first few lectures in a course taught by Alexander Murphy can sometimes be a little intimidating for students. The renowned University of Oregon political geographer says that students often come into his classroom the first day believing they are there to memorize place names, but soon he manages to “change their views.” With his aid and expertise, students discover that the… 103 more words

Profiles

More Serious Stuff

Last time I posted I was trying to keep the tone cheerful, despite the news trying its best to make the world sound like it was on the edge of armageddon! 945 more words

Miscellaneous Musings

A little geography lesson...

Interested in learning more about the geography of The Hollow March and At Faith’s End? Like any bit of fantasy, it can sometimes seem like there’s a lot of names being tossed around therein, so it never hurts to provide a little point of reference for the undertaking. 648 more words

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