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  • From Cow to Cone: ice cream technology
    From Cow to Cone: ice cream technology
    A college course about ice cream? Is this yet another frivolous course that exists only in order to acquire college credits? A professor who has lost their grip on reality a little?
  • Painting with words: the art of storytelling
    Painting with words: the art of storytelling
    Storytelling – in particular oral storytelling to a live audience – is the most powerful may we have of communicating ideas or feelings to other humans. Not only for getting our children to sleep, but also for business, the Arts, politics, and for keeping the social world turning.
  • Meditation for Entrepreneurs
    Meditation for Entrepreneurs
    The thing about meditation is we know it’s good for us, but we convince ourselves we don’t have time for it. Ironically, meditation can help to quieten down the very same stressful thinking that prevents us from doing it
  • Yay, I’ve got a new dog! Now what?
    Yay, I’ve got a new dog! Now what?

    Here’s a question: is it best to let your relationship with your dog develop on an ad-hoc basis, kind of warm and fuzzy and organic, or should you adopt a structured approach that lays down the gro

  • FileMaker in a nutshell: Relational Database training
    FileMaker in a nutshell: Relational Database training

    FileMaker is a relational database application that runs on Mac and Windows. It’s owned by Apple, Inc. via its subsidiary FileMaker Inc, formerly Claris.

  • There IS such a thing as a free lunch
    There IS such a thing as a free lunch

    Have you ever imagined yourself cast away on an island or lost in the jungle for weeks on end? How would you survive?

  • WannaCry: Infosec skills gap must be filled
    WannaCry: Infosec skills gap must be filled

    In the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack that began on May 12, it might be a good idea for individuals, companies and governments to get to know their enemy.

  • Juillard School launches online courses
    Juillard School launches online courses

    In 1920, textile merchant Augustus D. Juilliard bequeathed a large amount of money for the advancement of music in the United States.

  • Growing people: MindFood
    Growing people: MindFood

    Gardeners everywhere know the benefits of getting outside, getting their hands into the earth and, when the right time comes, enjoying the fruits of their labours.

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  • Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. Synth sounds are so commonplace now that to create new sounds, you need to know a few things about how they work, and learn a bunch of software, to see how you can push the envelope.

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