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No human being can keep permanently afraid: fear goes at last to the back of one’s mind, accepted, and shelved, and done with.

(H. G. Wells: The War in the Air) 209 more words



« Plantez en votre cœur Jésus crucifié, et toutes les croix de ce monde vous sembleront des roses : ceux qui sont piqués par des épines de la couronne de Notre-Seigneur, qui est notre chef, ne sentent guère les autres piqûres. 

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First Infographic: Citation Styles

I have made my first infographic! I’ve always wanted to do this, and now I’m happy to know how. I created this Citation Styles infographic on… 270 more words


Sheriff's office helping crack down on rural address signs

ALBERT LEA, Minn. – They may not be your idea of a great yard decoration, but if you live in a rural home, the blue address sign in your yard is there for a reason. 264 more words

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Is there science in scientific writing?

Image credit: “Piled Higher and Deeper” by Jorge Chan www.phdcomics.com

As scientists, we spend a remarkably large fraction of our time writing. An obvious question immediately arises: do we apply science to our scientific writing? 1,168 more words

Scientific Writing

“Tu aurais pu d’ailleurs t’exprimer d’une manière un peu plus romantique.
Chaque mot que je t’écris en réponse à ta lettre m’est pénible. C’est ton père qui t’a tenu la main pour écrire.

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Concert Sans Orchestre

Hierarchies Help Source Organisation, Analysis and Citation

Jill Ball’s recent hangout on air entitled Let’s get organised caused me pause and think. The question of how to organise the physical and digital ‘stuff’ we accumulate during genealogical research is a common one that elicits a wide variety of responses. 1,215 more words

Genealogy Issues