@lifebalance's Link Blog Sep - 13 13 th Hopping Insects Use Gears to Jump | VideoLive ScienceLive Science “NASA’s Voyager...has left the influence of the Sun and entered true interstellar space, after 36 years of travel.” http://t.co/fCpHBkIRRJ The Difference Between a Fact and a Factoid “Mailer described a factoid as ‘facts which have no existence before appearing in a magazine or newspaper’.” http://t.co/pht7uOvd8T India Pavilion At Disrupt Showcases A Diverse Range Of Companies [TCTV] | TechCrunch "India Pavilion At Disrupt Showcases A Diverse Range Of Companies [TCTV] | TechCrunch" good read http://t.co/BtANEsCN1J Box CEO Aaron Levie Says The Industry Needs A More Prosperous, Innovative Microsoft | TechCrunch "Box CEO Aaron Levie Says The Industry Needs A More Prosperous, Innovative Microsoft" good read http://t.co/3YKCZ3ILET Feedly. Read more, know more. "Google Creative Labs Launches Coder To Turn Raspberry Pi Into A Basic Web Development Platform" #4thR http://t.co/3gRJ3b3naJ 12 th The Next Wireless Revolution, in Electricity - The New York Times Off-grid power aligns what’s good for the poor with what’s good for the planet. http://t.co/vYOAzNb7Ga 11 th C++ template programming: Embedding the lambda-calculus to show Turing-completeness @CompSciFact: C++ templates are Turing-complete http://t.co/VJ4OKp4Evp What Is College For? - The New York Times “But it results from a basic misunderstanding — by both students and teachers — of what colleges are for.” http://t.co/9ascvN0exQ What Is College For? - The New York Times “Good teaching does not make a course’s subject more interesting...makes them [students] more interesting.” http://t.co/9ascvN0exQ What comes after once, twice, thrice? | Oxford Dictionaries http://t.co/KuVnbhMBCJ via @OxfordWords (no title) 10 Skills of Effective Data Scientists http://t.co/GReuLng73n via @sharethis #4thR 10 th The Two Cultures of Educational Reform - The New York Times "Nothing will ever replace an enthusiastic, charismatic, exciting teacher. If only there were more of them." http://t.co/biwW5qvEDO 9 th The Two Cultures of Educational Reform - The New York Times @nytopinion: Stanley Fish tackles the brave new world of higher ed: http://t.co/szvLiUPqMx 7 th Sirius Programme – Launch Your Business Idea in the UK! | InnoCentive Challenge Sirius Programme – Launch Your Business Idea in the UK! http://t.co/2pJ5281ZOe via @InnoCentive @karthikrameskum Exclusive: Amazon Wants To Offer Its Smartphone for Free. Who Will Follow? – jessica lessin @GautamGhosh: Exclusive: Amazon Wants To Offer Its Smartphone for Free. http://t.co/VDO8oxEUYH Zite Startups – Zite.to @GautamGhosh: Cool! YCombinator Will Now Fund Nonprofits Too http://t.co/D3XWxYRCCj 1 st The Power of Process: What Young Mozart Teaches Us About the Secret of Cultivating Genius – Brain Pickings “To reap the fruits of genius, we must plant the seeds of practice and process.” http://t.co/BoS6RzeRGD Neil deGrasse Tyson and Neil Gaiman on the Secret of Genius – Brain Pickings “'What makes someone brilliant?'...the most important component of genius is...love and unrelenting cultivation.” http://t.co/j9jhzvo9pA Aug - 13 31 st The deeper meaning of Janamashtami - Official Website of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar “Become seriously joyful!” http://t.co/huTpIWjyrg 29 th How To Write Short How To Write Short | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce http://t.co/WUqc32ox4A « First ‹ Prev … 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs _shweta_agrawal Potentiam_io IshkaJain mywave86ab khey_onze Joybayatan craftstashcouk masnun SEOoptimizers Siddheshwar1996 Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!