Monthly Archives: March 2018

I know what you did

“I know what you did” can be a terrifying, condemning statement. It can turn our panicked minds to those things we desire to stay hidden. It may expose secret shame and regret. Listen: It can also provide hope in a … Continue reading

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Shaken soda

Have you even seen the warning label “Contents under pressure”? It means the pressure inside the container is greater than the pressure outside the container. When the container is opened, it forcefully projects the contents from inside the container and the … Continue reading

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I’ve had enough

Have you had a committed relationship end? Have you reached the point where you finally said, “I’ve had enough, no more”? Have you been on the other end of that statement? Did your loved one slump her/his shoulders, drop her/his … Continue reading

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A logical AND

When learning to program a computer, a fundamental lesson is logical comparison. This enables decisions to be made in the code based on the user’s input. This comparison can take one of four primary types: AND, OR, NOT, and XOR … Continue reading

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Stephen Hero

I’ve been reading Stephen Hero by James Joyce. It’s an early version of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Joyce, not surprisingly, uses the main character Stephen to demonstrate his own love of language and words. He was … Continue reading

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