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The hole is deep enough

I’ve just put myself through the second of Kezia’s interviews from this weekend.

Oh my fucking god, why would you do that to yourself? She repeats he same lines re party unity again and again and just looks foolish.When will politicians learn that people do not want to hear the same soundbite. 564 more words


Helping Someone Choose a Computing Device

Two things motivated me to write what follows. – (1) experiences at a public library helping people with their computing devices and (2) a very positive experience that I had with the purchase of a machine from System76. 1,970 more words

How best to educate 'poor, bright kids'?

I included in my last post, on the selection green paper, a set of seven draft principles to inform national policy on educating high-attaining learners from disadvantaged backgrounds. 340 more words


Celebrate Autumn in Japan, with kay me

Ask any Japanese person what they love about their country and one of the top answers is guaranteed to be Japan’s four seasons – while this may not sound unique to many of us around the world, Japan does boast very distinct seasons which have in turn been a great influence on traditional culture. 297 more words

Contemporary Kimono

How to secure good recruitment and selection process in business?

How to attract and attain good candidates in a competitive marketplace? This is a relevant question for many organisations when competent personnel is seen as an advantage for business. 1,601 more words

HR Practices


(Source: www.timeout.com)

As classic rock songs blare over the stereo, tuck into Chef Tim Ross-Watson’s less than classic creations. With novel dishes you won’t find anywhere else, Chef Tim upcycles ingredients and makes sure nothing ever goes to waste. 141 more words


International Psychometrics Training for Nepal Public Services Commission Officers in Bangalore

Psytech International Psychometrics training was conducted in Bangalore, December 2013 for Nepal Public Service Commissions Officers. This program was funded by DFID as an introductory and exploratory training for the senior team of Nepal PSC. 58 more words