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#ThursdayDoors Gates Seen in Cordoba

I live in Cordoba, Spain, which is surrounded by hills, called Sierra Morena. Towards the north of the city, away from the historic Old Town and the busy modern town centre lies a residential area, where I often go for long sunny walks. 60 more words


Walk Old Derry’s Walls

In 2013 Derry celebrated as the UK’s first City of Culture. 2013 also marked the 400th anniversary of the commissioning of its City Walls. 1,208 more words


Thursday Doors - April 27, 2017

This week’s submission to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors.

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. 210 more words


When GATES did the dirty JOB - I

Episode – I

The concept of Personal Computer (PC) was nowhere in sight till mid 1970’s. The computing resources were only meant for GODs of Tech. 926 more words

Feature Series

Why There Was No Windows 9

It was a dark and cold night at the Gates house. The lights were off, the billions of dollars rustling in the vault, and the three McDuck brothers were resting in their beds. 302 more words


Will Fordham Institute Tenure Die?

On April 19, 2017, former president and board member emeritus of the Thomas B. Fordham (TBF) Institute, Chester Finn, published a piece entitled, “Will Teacher Tenure Die?” 1,564 more words

Common Core

How to Keep Toddlers in Bedrooms Without Gates

Cuddling provides your toddler with a sense of security.

A nightly battle is being waged in bedrooms across the United States, and unfortunately for many harried parents