Art is that thread which often strings us together, as the language we all speak, and a passion we all enjoy to share, so it is with no surprise that I found an art exhibit, and auction, nestling in away in the composed Arcadia community. If you keep your ear to the ground well enough, … Continue reading The art in Arcadia
There is power in numbers…
If John has a shop and you buy bread from him at R20 five times a week…he is getting R100 from you every week.
If you do not buy for one day, he earns R80 rand from you (loses 20)
If two of you do this then instead of making R200, he is only getting R160 (loss 40)
If three of you do this then instead of making R300, he is making R240 (loss 60)
If four of you do this then instead of making R400, he is makingR320 (loss 80)
Do you now see that the more people join this campaign the more cellular networks will lose revenue? At some point they will have to budge. They rely on the naysayers to safeguard them from exploiting us. They need you to believe that this will never work. But this is simple maths guys. Capitalists work with numbers….there is…
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Presenting Bumblebee! An initiative by a group of awesome bloggers to blow away the world of blogging, with a magazine. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Refer to this post. So here are those amazing bloggers who now make an integral part of the Bumblebee Team! Darshan Harsh Dewni Cheila Debbie Anish Anindya Kerine Chris … Continue reading Presenting to you, Bumblebee! 🐝 — Words can’t fathom
Perhaps impatience is a product of youth, running rapid, not yet skilled in age, not quite used to the pace at which life evolves. These days I find myself ruled by emotions of distress, and so I write this poem to you knowing that we grow wiser with age, and stronger with time, I’m hoping … Continue reading Dear me, ten years from now
In all it’s grandiose of purpose, the education system has come to fail us turning us into these well educated people capable of reproducing the most sophisticated of sciences, yet lack of the capacity to originate new thought.
Upon our initiation into the education system in the primary grades we were taught all of the fundamental basics to study, in what was to be the beginning of a lifetime of learning, or at least what should have been a lifetime of learning, where we were sadly sold short on the true purpose of learning. Yes we were taught the ABC’s, and the 123’s, but where did they come from, why are they arranged the way they are? In this completely authoritative manner we were taught all of these grand concepts, but never instilled with a sense of curiosity, or actual vested interest in the act of learning. We’re able to…
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As a personal philosophy I believe in peaceful resolution, and calm approach, as the key to solving our conflicts, over violence and rage which only gets begets us more violence and rage. What fruit do the seeds of anger bare us? Often, when met with conflict, we rush to rage, and violence, as a means … Continue reading Peaceful resolution
Reality is mental. It's what you imagine it to be, whatever you imagine it to be, and why wouldn't it? Why wouldn't our reality be to our dictation? Reality is not inherently uniform. A wealthy man's reality is remarkedly different from that of a poor man's reality, and not because "they were just born like … Continue reading The nature of reality
Dear batali, it's been about seven years now since your passings, and I, gradually coming to grips with it, would say I'm quite proud of how I've been doing so far. I was in some form of denial at first, believing that coming to terms with the loss of a loved one meant carrying on … Continue reading Dealing is a process
Writers will write
True learning is a never ending pursuit. IT as an ever growing, ever dynamic industry is rarely lack of something new. What was relevant 20 years ago, has grown outdated today, and even still technology continues to develop something new every half-a-second. So believe that staying clued up can be a good idea, as a programmer.
Love to learn, because there’s always something new. If you ever get bored of Java, pick up some Csharp; if Ruby doesn’t do the trick for you, do CSS. IT is a huge industry still growing and with new technologies emerging every half a second. I’m not saying you have to learn the entire history, and syntax, of a coding language, that’s what textbooks and the internet are for, but at least go through a few tricks and trades of a language, and get the feel of it.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be…
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