Category Archives: Education

Dr. Rosanne Welch speaks during Screenwriting Research Network Roundtable in Vienna via Instagram [Photography]

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The Hidden Engineering Protecting Getty Art from Earthquakes [Shared]

The safety systems at the Getty have always fascinated me. I am constantly discovering mounting systems and such which are so subtle – as they should be – that they don’t impact the enjoyment of the artwork at all. – … Continue reading

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The Agincourt Technology Rules via Three Star Leadership | Wally Bock [Shared]

History always has much to teach us, if only we think about its lessons and how to apply them. – Douglas Three Star Leadership | Wally Bock | The Agincourt Technology Rules In 1346, an English army of 16,000 defeated … Continue reading

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How to improve your handwriting via Austin Kleon [Shared]

My handwriting has never been the greatest – and I reverted to printing decades ago – but I have taken pains to improve my handwriting for special purposes and Austin provides a few more methods to finding your own way back … Continue reading

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How To Strategically Choose What Nonfiction Book To Read Next via Durmonski.com [Shared]

So many books and so little time. Here is one way of getting the most out of your non-fiction reading. – Douglas How To Strategically Choose What Nonfiction Book To Read Next – Durmonski.com Sorting your books alphabetically, assigning a … Continue reading

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Please, for goodness’ sake, start a mailing list via Austin Kleon [Shared]

No matter if you are just keeping up with friends, sharing interesting finds from the Internet, or building a business, keeping a mailing list (and a newsletter) is one of the best ways to keep in touch. – Douglas Please, … Continue reading

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Where do math symbols come from? via John David Walters on YouTube [Video] [Shared]

Where do math symbols come from? – John David Walters – YouTube View full lesson Math is full of symbols: lines, dots, arrows, English letters, Greek letters, superscripts, subscripts … it can look like an illegible jumble. Where did all … Continue reading

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Forget New Year’s Resolutions and Conduct a ‘Past Year Review’ Instead (#559) via The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss [Shared]

I may start doing this every month as well as each year. Reflection and review is a great way to figure out your future direction in life and career. – Douglas Forget New Year’s Resolutions and Conduct a ‘Past Year … Continue reading

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“Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils.” from For The Weekend…April 15,.2022

Subscribe and Forward This To A Friend Today! Read the entire newsletter in your browser Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils. The phrase ‘Live Free Or Die” (the motto of the State of New Hampshire) has … Continue reading

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“Evil and/or Stupid” from For The Weekend…April 15,.2022

Subscribe and Forward This To A Friend Today! Read the entire newsletter in your browser   Photo by Brandi Alexandra on Unsplash Evil and/or Stupid I came across this excellent long review article on the nature of evil this week and it led … Continue reading

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“Life” Intrudes This Week from For The Weekend…April 8, 2022

Subscribe and Forward This To A Friend Today! Near Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles Read the entire newsletter in your browser   “Life” Intrudes This Week Life often intrudes and makes a mockery of the “best plans of mice and … Continue reading

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🥐 ➡️ ⛩ From street cafes to sacred sites: using A Pattern Language via New_Public [Shared]

More than likely, I discovered A Pattern Language during my time at Walt Disney Imagineering. I can’t really say for sure, but I do have my own copy, and while I am not an architect I often use it for generating ideas … Continue reading

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“It only takes one person. Why not you?” from For The Weekend…April 1, 2022

Subscribe and Forward This To A Friend Today! Nasturtiums in the Garden Read the entire newsletter in your browser   It only takes one person. Why not you? As can clearly be seen from history and current events. it only … Continue reading

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How to Make Smart Decisions Without Getting Lucky via Farnam Street [Shared]

How to Make Smart Decisions Without Getting Lucky – Farnam Street Few things will change your trajectory in life or business as much as learning to make effective decisions. Yet no one really teaches us what it means to make … Continue reading

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“Our systems are too slow for our reality” from For The Weekend…March 25, 2022

Subscribe and Forward This To A Friend Today! Flowering Now: Cherry-leafed Plum Blossoms In The Neighborhood 1 Read the entire newsletter in your browser Our systems are too slow for our reality Looking back over my 58-year lifetime I can … Continue reading

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