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Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs - October, 2016

Welcome to October, 2016 edition of Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs.

We have already taken up the following topics for the familiarisation of different elements of new version of ISO 9001- 1,052 more words

Blog Carnival

I Have a Confession To Make...

I was tempted (in church)…of all places.

Sometimes negativity can have a stronghold over my thoughts.

Sometimes it’s repetitive.

Sometimes not.

I often wonder ‘how this even happens.’ 73 more words


First Debate, a Train Crash, and More of the Same - Tragedies Last Week

America has been depressed for a long time. It’s had many cries for help, but no one listened. Lately, America has been coping with it’s depression in a self destructive way. 597 more words

Weekly Recaps

My Favourite Wattpad Books

Quite a while ago, I wrote a post about why I thought Wattpad was relevant to book blogging, and I mentioned that I planned on doing more posts about Wattpad on this blog. 771 more words


Today in Tragedy History: Millennials and 9/11

You can’t really have a website about tragedies without talking about September 11th. I mean it would be a pretty massive oversight, wouldn’t it? And if such a site were going to return from and unexplained 2 week hiatus this would be an appropriate time. 963 more words


Human Factors at The Fringe: My Eyes Went Dark

Written and directed by Matthew Wilkinson. A thrilling modern tragedy about a Russian architect driven to revenge after losing his family in a plane crash. Cal MacAninch and Thusitha Jayasundera give electrifying performances in this searing new play about the human impulse to strike back.

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Tragedies Last Week: Fires, Droughts, and Broken Legs

This is the regular feature of Tragedy Weekly. Every Monday we will take a look back at the tragedies of the previous week. This way you can stay up to date on the ones you missed or learn something new about the ones you know. 536 more words

Weekly Recaps