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How to stop thinking by analogy in your daily life ?

Every action you take, every decision you make are usually based on comparison with previous experiences or with existing ideas.
You are raised to follow models, to imitate their behaviours to avoid being isolated or feeling ashamed of thinking out of the box. 199 more words


Day 64 (Friday 09/12/16)

In audition prep I was again told more about my casting type and it came out more or less the same: Villain. But interestingly I was told I could play the guy who gets friend-zoned. 75 more words

Wider Knowledge

House Sitting Week 4

The biggest lesson to learn is that time is different

Technically, I’m not on holiday. I’m supposed to be setting up and building a new life, new career, new focus. 642 more words

Problem Solving

A Lot of Thought

I came across this puzzle the other day and found myself running through all of the strategies I use to figure out math puzzles. I am generally good at these types of puzzles and knew I could figure it out. 325 more words


White House announces boost to computer science education

The White House announced on Monday new initiatives to bolster computer science in K–12 education. Citing the rapidly expanding demand for technology jobs, the Obama administration outlined new efforts by two federal agencies: The National Science Foundation plans to spend $20 million on computer science education in 2017, on top the the $25 million it spent in 2016, with an emphasis on training teachers.  170 more words

Computer Science

How To Find A Creative Solution To Your Problem, Men.

I have a mystical solution to your dilemma if you are searching for a creative solution. It comes from the Rosicrucians and the lips of many great men in history. 298 more words


Pleased to recover from loss of internet access

Our iPads, my iPhone, and my laptop computer all are swimmingly connected to the internet. Sadly my wife’s laptop had the message ‘WiFi invalid IP address’ when trying to access the internet. 123 more words