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Week of November 16, 2015

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Two of A Kind: John Calipari and Mike Krzyzewski

John Calipari stands for what’s wrong in college basketball, while Mike Krzyzewski represents what’s pure about the game. 741 more words


The History of Tattoo quoted in an article

One of my articles about the history of tattoo have been quoted in another article on the same subject. It’s always an honour to be quoted, especially when it’s from an article that I’ve spent many hours researching and writing. 141 more words


Leonid, Part 6

Tomorrow, I’m not scheduled to work until 5 p.m., “so I’m going to sit here and enjoy it, and Ghost Dad was the best Word of the Day from Dictionary.com – … 153 more words

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Another Reason Why Science Is Cool

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The nuclear strong force binds the smallest bits of matter together to form atoms, thereby making our material world possible. Now physicists at Brookhaven National Laboratory have made the first-ever measurement of a similar strong force for antimatter — the mirror image of regular matter that lies at the heart of one of our biggest cosmological mysteries. 42 more words


Social Media to Social Life: It's All About Signals

Social media has been working its way into our everyday lives for over a decade and as the years have gone by more and more of our personal data is now online. 584 more words

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This Week in Links: November 2 - 6

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Five Ways for Self-published Authors to Use Video to Promote Self-Published Books – via ALLi – Read how author Laxmi Hariharan uses the moving image to help build her author platform while having a lot of fun. 247 more words


Therapy Dogs Really Do Help Cancer Patients - Gizmodo Australia

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Therapy Dogs Really Do Help Cancer PatientsGizmodo AustraliaParents of kids in the control group, who didn't get dog visits, said that their anxiety levels fluctuated wildly during treatment, but parents of kids who had therapy dog sessions reported more stable levels…