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Hinter dem etwas kuriosen Albumtitel RPM10 verbirgt sich nicht mehr und nicht weniger als die Abkürzung von Revolutions Per Minute 10th Anniversary Edition. Also sozusagen das zehnjährige Jubiläum der Revolutions Per Minute Scheibe von Rise Against als schicker Digipack mit ein paar Extra Goodies wie Demo Versionen einer Stücke.
Da Rise Against aber sowieso keine über produzierte Band
The Resistance Rise From Treason The Restistance präsentieren ihre erste EP Rise... read more »
This past weekend was Mothers Day and I spend my Saturday volunteering on behalf of Womens Drop In Center assisting a organization called Help A Mother Out (HAMO). Help A Mother Out held their annual tea over at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel (which is gorgeous but that is another post later on). Help A Mother Out is a non profit based in read more »
One of the things I love most about having a 5 year old in the house is the excuse to do all kinds of arts and crafts projects. Recently I found this really cute picture on Pinterest of a robin made from a child's painted foot print...
(via)Since Davis, Matt and I have been seeing robins every time we walk on the Bradford Rail Trail a few blocks from our house, I though this would be a great project to do with Davis.He wasn't so sure about having his foot painted at first, but he got into it and made ... read more »
In search of some fun new activities to do with Davis, I started reading a few books from the library, the first book I checked out was 365 Activities for Fitness, Food, and Fun for the Whole Family by Julia Sweet. I picked this book mostly because it had a lot of activities and because it is aimed at the whole family, not just kids. After reading through most of the book, I was a bit disappointed with the majority of the activities. Many were just ways to get your kids to exercise with you or do aerobic... read more »
Anyone familiar with home repair can tell you that there is usually some kind of debris left over. No matter what the project, anytime something new goes in, something old is discarded. That said, there are some unexpected recyclables hidden among your home repair rubble, and with a little extra effort, you can help ensure [...] read more »
Ive been spinning for a few years now, and my stash of hand-spun yarn keeps growing and growing. I know this is not news for any of us that spin our yarn, but Im selling and using less of my stash and producing more. When I want to knit something in particular, it gives me a special joy [...] read more »
If you wanted to get large numbers of people actively engaged in helping to solve global warming, how might you go about it? For years, the main approach in the environmental movement has been to sound the alarm bell and implore people to consume less, switch to green products, recycle, and speak up to companies [...] read more »
When you've been around businesses and projects for a while, you start to see patterns emerge. One pattern I see on a regular basis is management who think they're solving a problem, but it's really just the Hawthorne Effect at work.
If you've never heard of the Hawthorne Effect, all you need to know is that people who know they're being monitored will be more productive than those who aren't. It's common sense really.
The most frequent scenario I see is this: Let's say senior management are absent a... read more »
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