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How to Bounce Back

Sometimes life throws us more than we can cope with. Fortunately, while it’s ok to spend a little bit of time feeling beaten up and nursing our wounds, we don’t have to stay in that place of hurt or despair. 1,292 more words

Quality Assured: What It’s Really Like To Test Games For A Living

(Source: kotaku.com)

There’s an old commercial for Westwood College that’s become something of a running joke in the video game world. Two young men sit at a couch, hammering away at PlayStation controllers. 5,561 more words


Lyme/MSIDS and Psychiatric Illness

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Lecture to American Psychiatric Association NY Branch, Lenox Hill Hospital

This excellent video has Dr. Jane Marke discussing psychiatric illness in TBI patients, and while the technical lecture is given to psychiatrists it will be highly illuminating to patients.   979 more words


Study Tip from a High School Freshman: Group Chat Before a Test or Homework Due Date

Do you feel yourself stuck the night before the test without everything you need to study?

Or not sure of what the homework is for the next day? 217 more words

SSAT Practice Tips

Naming Conventions

Today I changed the domain of my blog to “Test Retreat”.

From one side – crazy thing to do, it is just a name and blog has been already linked. 271 more words


Glaze tests - high firing

Tests no.1 and 2 below are the same Blue grey speckle glaze as seen in the previous post with low firing tests. Here I fired them to 1260C rather than 1060C to find out what happened to earthenware glazes at stoneware temperatures. 104 more words