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39: keynote-topia and advice from Twitter sketchnotes

Today, I used Keynote for the first time. It’s AWESOME!

I ran around the office to show teammates its magic. They’re shaking their heads in disbelief that I’m using a Powerpoint alternative as a design tool, but they couldn’t deny its lean effectiveness. 167 more words


Behavioural Economics Reading List

Behavioural economics is a new branch of the discipline which combines insights and methodology from psychology to answer economic problems. Even for those without an academic interest in the field would no doubt find the insights of this branch of economics fascinating, with many surprising real world applications and the books listed below provide an engaging read. 332 more words




I have been wanting to re-read this book ever since I saw a girl reading it while commuting the metro. She was weeping silent tears while reading and was lost in a different world. 1,323 more words

Book Discussions

October 2014 - Bright's Passage

by Josh Ritter
Date: 28 October 2014
Venue: 7pm @ Offshore


Henry Bright has newly returned to West Virginia from the battlefields of the First World War. 107 more words

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Dose Of X41 - Reading Lists

This is the part of the site where we take minuscule issues and turn them into major first world problems just because we can and we have nothing better to discuss. 265 more words


2014 Reading Schedule

2014 Reading Schedule

January 18 Longbournby Jo Baker – moderated by Gracia Fay

February 15 Jane Austen’s LettersDeirdre Le Faye’s 4th edition is recommended; Letter #41… 123 more words

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Dear Readers,

It is October! Instead of drinking PSLs and eating Pumpkin Pie (not out of Pumpkin Protest but because of dairy intolerance), I will be reading all kinds of spooky, crime, suspense, and mystery novels. 57 more words