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Thursday, June 25, 2015
As parents, do we find ourselves in situations where we are physically with our families but not present? The following is an interesting article, that makes you think.
Full article (resistanceandrenewal.net)
Full article (bbc.com/capital)
"If you’re anything like me, your precious time is gobbled by a pinging phone, a bouncing email icon and the ubiquitous stack of admin."
End the work week on a high
Use the hours before you shut down to become that clean desk person. Attack your do-do list with vigor and plough through your emails.
Plan something fun
Plan an activity, such as a hike or meal with friends, but do not overbookThe Sabbath Manifesto is a creative project designed to slow down lives in an increasingly hectic world.
Here is the near future with Apple operating systems. We are not suggesting updating to these systems as soon as they are released. Just wanting to keep you in the loop of what is ahead.
The school will advise our community what is the best option for SFS.
At present it is:
Mac laptop: Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9) and at least Snow Leopard (10.8)
- Tour the lava tubes on this South Korean island and World Heritage Site.
- Walk up to the Great Sphinx and gaze at the Great Pyramids in Cairo.
- Get a fish-eye view of the most extensive coral reef system in the world.
- Peep a 360-degree view at the top of the snow-covered mountains.
- Take a drive down legendary Route 66.
- Examine dozens of 3D animal skulls—from the California Grizzly to the Amazon River Dolphin.
- Step inside Ford’s Theatre, view artifacts like John Wilkes Booth's derringer, and get a history of the building itself and the fateful night that put it in the history books when President Lincoln was assassinated.
- See the evolution of the spacesuit at this Russian manufacturing organization.
- Neither Rome nor the Eiffel Tower was built in a day, and this digital exhibit walks you through the entire process with stories, drawings, and amazing photographs of the tower as it was built.
- From the Museum Victoria, this exhibit contains images that show in stunning detail a variety of natural history illustrations from 1850 to 1900.
- Queensland Museum has the F.P & A.P. Dodd Collection of Tropical Insects from Australia and New Guinea with elaborately arranged cases of colorful beetles and butterflies.
- Jump from room to room and floor to floor in an empty, virtual version of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
- If people are your passion, scope the collection at the National Portrait Gallery.
- The closest thing to an internet art museum, the Art Project page on the Cultural Institute site is a gallery of high quality images from around the world, across time and medium.
From an article at: http://mentalfloss.com/article/63148/15-best-pages-google-cultural-institute