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Way Of Life!?

At this point of time, people all over the world will be living their life either on their own terms or they are compelled to live the life they have to live; so we are all living our life till the final call, happy or sad, liking or hating. 244 more words


Mews: Cat Behaviours Explained - infographic

Hi everyone,

Today we have a special infographic on Cat Behaviours for you. This one has been kindly provided to us by Sainsbury’s Bank. 27 more words


cat2chat reblogged this on Cat Chat and commented:

This is very useful, we have to show our humans >^..^<

Walking Talking Exams

The 15 Minute Forum tonight was led by science teacher, Jody Chan.  The idea of ‘Walking Talking Exams’ (WTE) came from a PiXL meeting, attended by my Deputy Head colleague, Jane Squires.   956 more words

15 Minute Forums

Patricia Kokkinos reblogged this on #TeachGeog.

The Resourcefulness of Teachers.

Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.” Isaac Newton

I’m sure there must be other professions that are similarly prone, but it does seem to be that schools are particularly susceptible to the latest trends and fashions. 639 more words


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Mews: Why do cats have 9 lives #infographic

Hi everyone,

Today we have a guest post from Ed H. from Pet Moneysaver who kindly sent us permission to post his fun and cute infographic on how we humans started to believe that cats have 9 lives! 9 more words


cat2chat reblogged this on Cat Chat and commented:

Very interesting article for humans >^..^<

Why Google May Be More ‘Evil’ than the NSA: Interview with Taylor Lincoln of Public Citizen

Abby Martin speaks with Taylor Lincoln, Director of Research at Public Citizen’s Congressional Watch Division about a new report detailing how Google is invading users privacies and becoming the most powerful and influential political force in Washington.’ … 70 more words


Mike reblogged this on This Got My Attention and commented:

It's hard to imagine anything being worse than gun toting thugs having all of your phone and internet communications. The real question is, why hasn't Congress acted to pass laws that protect out privacy? Legislatures in Europe are acting. Why not here in the USA? Who owns this information is a matter of law not nature. It's time for upgrading this country's privacy laws.

16 Ways To Identify Someone Who Is "Selectively Social"

1. You are very frank and loud at home or when you are with your friends but you turn into a timid shy ball when you are with people you hardly know. 650 more words

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