@lifebalance's Link Blog Mar - 14 10 th David Cameron unveils 5G internet deal with Germany at CeBIT 2014 | Daily Mail Online “'I see the Internet of Things as a huge transformative development.” http://t.co/yYFKU9p3VD 9 th TIL that "to suffer" is the Latin root for the word "passion". : todayilearned TIL that "to suffer" is the Latin root for the word "passion". : todayilearned http://t.co/3LLDmfduKw 8 th From Indian minds comes Jarvis, an intelligent OS inspired by Iron Man | The Indian Express From Indian minds comes Jarvis, an intelligent OS inspired by Iron Man | The Indian Express http://t.co/jH5Xooqchl 7 th Putin is using the fog of war to his advantage in Ukraine — Quartz “Exhibiting an ability to adapt to change successfully by learning new things is by far most important attribute.” http://t.co/vCc1j6V36u 6 th How Learning Works - Changing Higher Education “Ironically, expertise can be a liability as well as an advantage when it comes to teaching.” http://t.co/RmapiWjcBk The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking | The New Yorker "The key is not the will to win... everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important." http://t.co/hNNbIIthyT 5 th Modi rejects Chidambaram's jibe You are the trustee of the country’s resources, not its owner. For me, this much knowledge is enough.’” http://t.co/MyW3rO1Qi4 #Modi 4 th Google Debuts Education Tool Oppia for Teaching Others Google Debuts Education Tool Oppia http://t.co/6rZvtHGS6x 3 rd Children today are suffering a severe deficit of play | Aeon Essays “You can’t teach creativity; all you can do is let it blossom, and it blossoms in play” http://t.co/88LtccWHQy 2 nd How to Get a Job at Google - The New York Times “Too many colleges, he added, ‘don’t deliver on what they promise... It’s [just] an extended adolescence.’” http://t.co/vyFlovH4RN Tara Brach reads from Mary Oliver's "Dog Songs" by brainpicker | Free Listening on SoundCloud Tara Brach reads from Mary Oliver's "Dog Songs" by brainpicker via #soundcloud https://t.co/UL2nscZ7iq 1 st How to Get a Job at Google - The New York Times “You need a big ego and small ego in the same person at the same time.” http://t.co/WgCPaRLcWL Edge.org “‘I think it's the claustrum, Rama; it's where the secret is.’” http://t.co/r7YNSEOuDq Edge.org “Crick himself cautioned against the pursuit of elegance in biology - ...‘God is a hacker,’" he famously said...” http://t.co/r7YNSEOuDq The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking | The New Yorker “nothing wrong with getting lost in fantasy, as long as you aren’t ultimately hoping to indulge in the real thing. ” http://t.co/VWgrdyJ3ki The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking | The New Yorker “According to a great deal of research, positive fantasies may lessen your chances of succeeding.” http://t.co/VWgrdyJ3ki Feb - 14 28 th Do we still have an impedance mismatch problem? – Interview with José A. Blakeley and Rowan Miller. | ODBMS Industry Watch Do we still have an impedance mismatch problem? – Interview with José A. Blakeley and Rowan Miller. http://t.co/9qlihICWsD 26 th Inhabitat's Week in Green: carbon fiber 3D printer, mollusk shell glass and a self-sustaining islandEngadgetEngadgetsavesharesavesharesavesharesavesharesavesharesaveshareear iconeye icontext file “The truth is that the worst day in Beijing is really just an average day in New Delhi.” http://t.co/7Ed6fvBryB 25 th Did you know about that LINQ feature? I guess you didn’t! – a little bit of programming – by Marcin Juraszek “I would say, that code like that makes me feel pretty confident about other parts of .NET Framework.” http://t.co/W3QrkPUPSX 24 th the secret to jazz musicians' creativity “We have made it impossible for children to fall very far and...we have robbed them of the joys of climbing high.” http://t.co/MAADGzcO8u « First ‹ Prev … 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs mywave86h chintan39 John2Andresen SEONinad LawnMowerExpers Nerajkymar mydthshop777 mrzepinski kc9ldo AlanWaler Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!