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Cool HTML editor from Adobe: Brackets

Cool editor from Adobe, open source and extensible developed specially for HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

The video below is an excellent introduction to all that the little editor offers. 59 more words


How Lloyd's Register shipped mobile app on mainframe by Joe Curtis

Oracle helped Lloyd’s Register have an IBM mainframe support a mobile app.

Lloyd’s Register (LR), the global shipping classification organisation is using its IBM mainframe to support a speedy mobile app used by thousands of surveyors after turning to Oracle’s Mobile Application Framework (MAF). 263 more words


The Gospel and the Greeks

The books of the Bible were written within a specific context, at a specific time, in common language.  The New Testament was written in Koine (common) greek language, to a people under Roman Rule, living in a hellenized/greek culture.   395 more words


Destroyed Berlin in 1945

Thanks to Facebook, I have found this interesting online collection of photographs from Berlin sometimes shortly after the end of the war. This collection has few interesting shots of military equipment but primarily documents the destruction inflicted upon the city during the final weeks of the war. 40 more words


Breakfast blend?!

“The President falls off the wagon after 15 years of clean living, and you want to serve him breakfast blend?! Breakfast blend?!”

Like if you get the reference! 8 more words


Baking Soda v. Baking Powder

Here's another great question from reader Pauline all the way over in New Hampshire, on a topic that probably doesn't get asked all that often; 1,136 more words

Spice, Seasoning, Etc

Professor Recommendation Letter

December 20, 2014

FR: Charles J. Wigley III, Ph.D., J.D.
Professor, Canisius College

RE: Megan E. Smith

“Megan E. Smith was enrolled in two of my classes at Canisius College, viz., COM206: Introduction to Research Methods (Spring Semester, 2014, Grade A) and COM318: Organizational Communication (Fall Semester, 2014, Grade A). 392 more words