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Smallsats, Cubesats, and Chipsats: Klein, Aber Oho!

Nope, you aren’t seeing things.  There’s some German in the title there.  The phrase essentially means small but mighty (like my wife).  And the phrase describes, in a nutshell, the explosive growth and growing capabilities of these miniature mighty man-made moons.   215 more words

John Holst

New Bibliography on Teaching Grammar-In-Context

Zak Lancaster and Andrea Olinger have released an updated bibliography to new research on teaching grammar-in-context in the college writing classroom. The bibliography offers the most recent research on using grammar in the classroom and offers suggestions for further reading along with annotations on what each piece offers.

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Growing Opportunities for Job-hunters in the Space Business?

Working with space launch and satellites should be exciting, right?  Well in my latest Clearancejobs.com post there’s a short list (definitely click on Sofge’s list within the post to find more) of some companies who might want more “space operations” expertise.   9 more words

John Holst

My writing process blog tour

Hi everyone. Well you are all very lucky to not only receive two blog posts in two days, but also two writing updates in a month… sort of. 1,481 more words

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Anglo-Saxon palace complexes

After the initial migration period of Angles and Saxons in the 5th and 6th centuries there was a shift from chieftainships and petty kingships with small territories to larger kingdoms (such as the kingdoms of Deira and Bernicia which themselves joined to make the larger Kingdom of… 1,376 more words

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On the need for librarians to speak out...

“People are powerless precisely in proportion to their willingness to sit quietly and think positive thoughts. Librarians are powerless to the extent to which they silently read the memos saying that there are cuts coming, they are powerless to the extent that they hold read-ins at the library instead of sit-ins at the mayor’s office, they are powerless to the extent that they allow a mayor to make cuts and then allow that same individual to attend a gala at that same library. 97 more words

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