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Spring into summer

I submitted the last of my Spring semester grades on Monday but have spent the rest of the week in various faculty meetings and workshops: a flurry of academic obligations before everyone’s thoughts turn to summer. 124 more words

Flowers & Plants

Tempus Fuckit

It’s better to be 15 minutes late than 45 minutes early.

Seven Day Nature Photo: Day Five - Tempus fugit

I have been nominated by my friend Gilly, the very lucid Gypsy, to take part in a challenge of a photo per day for seven days, of anything from the natural world. 105 more words

Photography

50th Post!

Today was kind-of a big deal for me as a “writer”

Upon posting my latest entry this morning, I got a notification from WordPress that it was my 50th post! 313 more words

Holly Ulrich

Tempus Fugit - The Irreplaceability of Escaping Time!

When Roman poet Virgil wrote of ‘Tempus Fugit’, his words at first glance seem to simply imply that of time hurrying past. But I’m convinced that he was actually thinking of the loss of time due to a preoccupation with things of no true value that in turn steal precious time away from us. 117 more words

Artistic Expression

Tempus Fugit

You look peaceful lying there. Your wrinkled forehead is the smoothest it has looked in years, and there is a smile lifting the sagging skin of your cheeks. 549 more words

Fiction

Concurrency testing with tempus-fugit

Development for a highly concurrent environment is a tough technique. A programme with a good coverage of passing unit tests can fail miserably in production due to concurrency issues. 1,201 more words

Java