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Kicked out of the Nest

Making good on my vow to venture out, I’ve now completed three cross-country flights – all within two hours of home. My early concerns were how my… 395 more words

Google: Waze can't 'track' police officers' movements

”Real-time traffic app Waze’s police spotting feature is a deterrent for dangerous driving, not a tool that can ‘track’ police officers, company officials said in response to concerns from the Los Angeles police chief,” Joseph Serna and Richard Winton report for The Los Angeles Times. 191 more words


3 Examples of Cool Menus in a WP Site

In thinking this blog assignment would be a quick one to complete, I was surprised at how long it took to locate three good navigation menu examples. 314 more words


16th century Europeans: great at exploring/pillaging/colonising, terrible at geography

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Your majesty, if you will just give me a huge pile of money, I will find a new trade route to the Indies, a western route, one that is not controlled by the infidel Mohammedans. 234 more words

Going somewhere new

Last week we were given a task of going somewhere new and to reflect upon our experience of going to a new place. Did we need to follow directions? 582 more words

A sense of direction

Orienting myself in a new place, be it city or wilderness, is always a conscious effort. Growing up I worried about the day when I would have to drive around town and have to know how to get places instead of just magically arriving there by someone else’s power. 1,250 more words


Trusting the monopole...the driver of my vehicle.

I had my first human design chart reading in December 2014, and what a wonderful gift it has been so far. I try to listen to my recording several times a week, going over the gems of understanding and doing my best to truly assimilate how I can live according to my design via strategy and authority. 1,153 more words