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Food for Nerds (like me)

I can’t stop signing up for courses on Coursera.  I’m such a nerd. Now I’m drawn to this Archaeoastronomy course.  I suppose there are worse things to do with your time. 20 more words

Art Of Living

Twitter to bring pre-roll ads to Periscope videos

Pre-roll ads will be shown on both live videos and replays.

Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.

Make me an offer: Rating the effectiveness of common email offers

Free shipping or a percentage off fail to impress these days, so which subject line offers actually work? Columnist Jason Warnock discusses the email offers and messaging that will resonate the most with your subscribers. 8 more words

The Implications of Genetic Testing

Recently, my husband and I got our DNA testing done. We figured that in order to give our daughter, Ladybug, the best chance in life, it made sense to know what our genes had in store for us. 471 more words

Personal Life

7 powerful SEO & management tools to make your social media efforts more effective

Looking to give your social media efforts a boost? Columnist Jordan Kasteler shares info about his favorite SEO and management tools so you can add them to your arsenal. 8 more words

Scientists Convert Spinach Leaves Into Human Heart Tissue

What the actual HECK!!! Mind blown!

Believe it or not, but scientists are working on using spinach leaves as a way to repair damaged heart tissue. 73 more words


Jeju 제주 : Jeju Starlight World Park and Planetarium (제주별빛누리공원)

Tonight I had to work a bit late so I skipped a few scheduled places and went straight to Starlight World Park and Planetarium.

It is opened from 2 pm to 10 pm during winter and 3 pm to 11 pm during summer. 397 more words