Most popular books read definitively. Frameworks developed and justified are presented as infallible.
Yet there’s also the general truth that you can’t believe most of what you read. 76 more words
In the book “Non è Francesco” published by Mondadori, the influential Catholic writer and thinker Antonio Socci argues that Pope Francis’ election was invalid due to a procedural violation in the counting of the votes, quoting the Argentinian journalist and Vatican expert Elisabetta Piqué. 91 more words
Do you know people who complain about their circumstances but don’t do anything to change them?
We can all fall into the tendency to ‘play the victim’ – to stay ‘safe’ by taking sympathy from others, yet not owning the choices we have as grown adults. 583 more words
As we know, Pseudo Code is an informal descriptive language which helps human being to understand the code, rather than just only machine readable. CSS pseudo-classes… 307 more words