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Refocusing the USGCRP

by David Wojick

Our goal here is to begin to articulate a research program into the role of recent long-term natural variability in climate change. 734 more words



a quiet placid photo
of a pond in fog serene
taken with my nikon
when the dawn was breaking keen

the eye relaxes happily
as it scans the scene… 87 more words


Lead Generation Attribution

When generating leads, it’s important to attribute those leads to a source.  You want to measure the effectiveness of each lead generated, so that you can eventually calculate the ROI on a given lead generation method.   245 more words

The Organised Mind, by Daniel Levitin.

Multi tasking is not actual multi tasking. It is switching attention from one task to another very quickly. Our brains are bad at doing this, and the more we do it the less well we perform. 135 more words


The Importance of Getting Credit for Your Work

As creators, and as humans, one of the most frustrating things we experience is when someone else takes credit for something that we’ve done. Whether it’s who did the dishes, who completed this work on time, or who created this photograph that sold for $24,000. 378 more words


20 Ways to Source Images Online for Free

In part 1 of this series I discussed the ‘6 Do’s and Don’ts of Using an Artist’s Work.’ But, if you need to source an image for your website, blog, book, etc. 651 more words

What's The Story?

6 Do's and Don'ts of Using an Artist's Work

And by Artist I mean anyone who created something.

In this post I’m not going to go into the ins and outs of copyright, that’s for another day – today is simply about having respect for creators. 537 more words

What's The Story?