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Geelong drivers are the most... to say the least!

Car drivers in Geelong are unbelievable and not in a good way. I was in the Geelong CBD today and riding home at around 2 o’clock at the traffic lights on the corner of Moorabool and Brougham Streets, I was crossing the road, one person beside me and four coming from the other side and this driver in a station wagon came barrelling around the corner from Moorabool in to Brougham. 166 more words


Twitter Townhall

The Advertising Club (TAC) and Twitter India in partnership are all set to launch their digital initiativeTwitter Townhall’ on 12th February, 2016. Aimed at facilitating inspiring interactions with industry leaders for young minds, this virtual Twitter Townhall will boost the growth of digital India. 113 more words

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This is not an exam. This is not an exam. This is not an exam.

No matter how many times I tell myself this, my committee meetings* always feel like they are indeed a final exam. 648 more words

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On this day in History - January 3rd

On this day in History

The Motorola StarTAC, the first clamshell mobile phone, was

released and went on to become one of the first mobile phones to gain… 10 more words


Degrees of Separation

The red line is many degrees away…the red light turns Green, Interstate ahead…MPH-0, RPM-0–Pedal down, rolling on, and sudden energy matriculating rapidly…spinning pistons and firing spark plugs…the needles rise to life from 0 to 90 degrees in a blink…shifting-at red- brings the distinct separations to parallel…brief moments of nuanced similarity in 2’nd gear, 30 and 4000…then one degree, two degrees– ten degrees-shift again-to 3’rd- 45 degrees and 45 m.p.h. 42 more words