For most of us, these troubling times will make this Christmas like no other. Yet, what greater gift can one give than sacrifice for the love and well-being of each other. Sacrifice, more important than ever, with new found-hope on the horizon. An early Christmas gift from science. — A gift for all mankind. Continue reading “A Christmas Wish of Hope”
The world of blogging, as it turns out, is much akin to the world of politics. Socializing is a must and back-scratching the avenue to advancement. And much like how success in politics cannot be garnered without a large faithful following — blogging is much the same. The number of followers amassed, dictates the perception of one’s success. It’s a numbers game! — Follow Me! The Blogger’s obsession! Continue reading “Follow Me! The Bloggers Obsession”
We are a very inventive species. Our capacity for innovation seemingly limitless and ever progressing. Yet new technologies that lead to modern inventions, quickly become commonplace in a society already spoiled with life-easing innovations. Nevertheless, we are always thirsting for the next new thing. The lure of new product innovation, irresistible, a must have in the eyes of the all to eager consumer. Not to mention, a huge profit making cash cow to those selling it. So, what about you? Ready to ride the inventive gravy train to success?
Continue reading “Your Quirky Inventions — Patent Pending”
In light of the pandemic, we were asked to shrink our traditional thanksgiving to in-house family only and this I did without complaint. After all, common logic dictates that we all must do our part in helping to reduce the spread of this virus. Yet the way things are going, it wouldn’t surprise me if Christmas Too will soon be on the restricted hit list. The question is, with a vaccine just around the corner, how many of us are willing to now also restrict our Christmas as well? Will you be celebrating a Covid-Christmas this year? Continue reading “Covid-Christmas: A Gift of Political Pandemic Control”
Remember cramming for a final exam? Reading and studying for hours trying to memorize the answers to the questions that you thought might appear on the next day’s final? Then the next day, as soon as you finished it, what you forced yourself to remember the night before would slowly start to float away like a light blown feather on a soft gentle breeze. Leaving only a vague memory of its existence. Continue reading “Learning is Memory: How to Retain what you Read”