Some More Tech-Related Headaches

The day before yesterday, I talked about a few troublesome tech problems that happened to me last week. I thought that my ordeal with technological annoyances is over, at least for a while. However, my optimism proved me wrong. Earlier, when I was using my computer, I encountered a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). Once […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Monthly Miscellany, July 2018

Random Ramblings Some Tech-Related Headaches Last Friday, while I was checking my external hard drives, I noticed one of them was acting strangely. I figured out that it’s on the brink of failing. This isn’t surprising as hard drives fail more times than we like to think. So, it’s not that big of a deal. […]

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Gleanings From The Past #60

Diplomacy Lord Wentworth gave some very cavalier advice to one going upon a diplomatic mission : he was up to the system of courts, or he would not have committed himself by such a satire. ” To secure yourself, and serve your country, you must at all times, and upon all occasions, speak the truth; […]

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Benjamin Franklin On Ignorance

While browsing on franklinpapers.org, I stumbled upon a letter written by Benjamin Franklin to John Lining of South Carolina, dated March 18, 1755. Franklin’s perspective about admitting one’s ignorance caught my attention: I find a frank acknowledgment of one’s ignorance is not only the easiest way to get rid of a difficulty, but the likeliest […]

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Gleanings From The Past #59

Empire of Silence The great silent men! Looking round on the noisy inanity of the world, words with little meaning, actions with little worth, one loves to reflect on the great Empire of Silence. The noble silent men, scattered here and there, each in his own department; silently thinking; silently working; whom no Morning Newspaper makes mention of! They […]

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6 Design Principles In Photography

This is a guest post by Carol James. A long time ago, a human tried to portray the best moments of his/her life in some way. This effort has led to the emergence of such art as photography. Since the first photo was made, this occupation became a favorite for millions of people. When you […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Blog Party: Share Your Blog Here (July 2018)

This is another edition of LearnFun Facts’ Blog Party. If you want to promote your blog or post, this is a great place to do so. The blogging community here is friendly and supportive so don’t be shy to join in. Also, to those of you who had joined in the previous blog party, feel […]

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Buggy WordPress

This post is just a way for me to test if my post would appear on the WordPress Reader. More than an hour earlier, I published a blog party post (where you can share your blog with us), but unfortunately, the post didn’t appear on the WordPress reader. I suspected that there was something wrong […]

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Five Ways Time Off And Attendance Management Can Drive Business Growth

This is a guest post by Gemma Reeves Image: Unsplash, by Markus Spiske Accurate tracking of the time and attendance of employees is a very essential part of any small and large business – but is more especially important for starting businesses. Unfortunately, though, not all business owners have realized this. Although this is a […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Monthly Miscellany, June 2018

Random Ramblings Mobile Phones I am planning to purchase a new mobile phone at some time in the future to enjoy the features of a newer smartphone. However, one thing prevents me from doing so. Currently, I have three mobile phones — a Samsung Galaxy S2 (bought in 2011), Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (bought in […]

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