electricity: that which converts a trailer house into a mini mansion.
keywords: progress, improvement, domicile, status, standard of living
(“We find and share the best tools to get whatever you want done, simply.”)
Here is the link to the site.
keywords: cyberspace, IT, Information Technology, search
Here is the link to their site.
keywords: education, instruction, training, teaching, learning, study, curriculum, online
Because of limited grammatical structures, you sometimes have to choose between grammatical clarity and technical exactness. For example, if I say “When the Sun goes nova, the first thing we will hear from administrators is that they are in ‘uncharted territory’.”, it is clear what I mean, but not technically exact, because ‘we’ will not be around at that time, having long since taken up the occupation of pushing up daisies. However, if I say “When the Sun goes nova, the first thing people will hear from administrators is that they are in ‘uncharted territory’.”, I cannot be criticized on technical grounds, but the grammar is weak, because it is ambiguous to whom ‘they’ refers to.
C’est la vie.
keywords: Linguistics, Language Arts, ambiguity, meaning
C’est la vie.
keywords: Linguistics, Language Arts, translation, resignation
“It is often advantageous not to be among those present.”
I carved this saying out of one of the quotes from P.G. Wodehouse, to fit the current ‘social distancing’ regime:
“a man who knows when and when not to be among those present”
— P.G. Wodehouse
Here is the link to where I found this quote.
keywords: discretion, coronavirus, disease, quarantine
Here is the link to the article.
keywords: education, instruction, training, teaching, study, curriculum
Anyone with a news-watching mentality can never be deeply creative. Such a person can at most create derivative works, e.g., riffing off one’s biography.
A habitual news-watcher is a special case of a spectator.
“It is given only to those in the spirit world to be spectators.”
“Without empathy, nothing works.”
— José Andrés
“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
— Theodore Roosevelt
keywords: life, progress, improvement, gifts, gifting