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Marriage and happiness

We are evolutionarily, and biologically wired to form social connections. And these social connections boost our well-being. The most important of our relationships are romantic relationships. 333 more words



Post 29 on the TeachThought 30-Day Blogging ChallengeHow have you changed as an educator?

I’ve changed a lot as an educator. I think back to my early days when I was so young it was hard to believe that parents took me seriously. 158 more words



The middle muppet came home yesterday telling me that his music teacher had asked him and some other students to do a performance the following day. 776 more words


What has neuroscience done for machine intelligence?

Today on the twitters, Michael Hendricks asked, “Why do AI people bother with how animal brains work? Most good inventions work by doing things totally unlike how an animal would.” 384 more words


Local Libation


According to their website this Apple Mead is made with a special mash of Indian Ladder Farms apples combined with fermented honey.

It looked seasonally appropriate for an almost fall evening. 194 more words

SAM Is A Wireless Electronics Kit That Wants To Make Coding Connected Objects Super Simple

Meet SAM, a wireless electronics kits that’s aiming to make it easier for kids or indeed anyone with an idea for a connected project to get building — using a series of Bluetooth connected pieces and a drag and drop software interface for linking the hardware together. 158 more words


Aligning learning to the organisation

The subject of ensuring the alignment of learning with the organisation has attracted a lot of attention recently. Learning managers and professionals are becoming alert to the need to ensure that “learning” – whether it be the activity or the organisational function – really meets the needs of the organisation it supports. 2,304 more words

Organisational Development