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Guys, please naman oh. Please PM me or Fan mail me sa mga gustong tumulong sakin.
Naiistress na kasi ako. And wala akong tulog. Yung pinaghirapan ko na report, mali daw. And I have 6 hours to finish it. 12:40am na. Wala akong tulog kanina. May interview pa ako mamaya at may 2 quiz ako na worth 30% of our final mark.
Please naman oh. I’m begging you guys. Gagawin ko lahat ng gusto niyo, please naman oh Tulungan niyo ko. Naiiyak ako kasi nasayang lahat ng pagod ko, nasayang lang. WASTE LANG LAHAT NG YUN DAHIL MALI REPORT KO.
Please guys, please please please :”(
“The Singapore Ministry of Education has been surveying educators and parents about their concerns with the Singapore education system. The results reveal worries about a perceived over-emphasis on exams and grades that contribute to a high stress education system that overlooks non-academic talents.”—Singapore | International Ed News
MIT's Design Issues
Design Issues is a peer reviewed publication addressing ideas, developments and methodologies applied to design’s many applications and edited under the rubrics of its summative tagline: History Theory Criticism. It was established in 1984 and serves a readership comprised primarily of academics, students, and professional designers.
The journal is currently developing a segment dedicated to visual essays. Such an addition requires not only an editorial strategy but also a typographic and layout system which serves the unique requirements of predominantly image-based content. The system, the solution, will not be a template but rather a set of guidelines used to assist editors and graphic designers. It must meet two central demands: 1) given the potential for seemingly endless formatting options, the system much be robust and flexible; 2) the visual essay’s place within a larger publication requires a consistency of structure and appearance that connects it both with the section and the journal as a whole. This demand will be met by working from Design Issues’ established house style. It must be noted that a house style need not be a limiting factor but an opportunity. The final design (four pages) must view the inherent restraints as a process accelerator and, in a sense, celebrate the house style by utilizing its strengths.
And yes, I’ve subscribed. Can’t wait for my first issue to arrive. Ruth’s work will be featured which is quite exciting!
Federally Funded R&D Centers Spent $17.8 Billion in 2011
The nation’s 40 federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) spent $17.8 billion on research and development (R&D) in fiscal year (FY) 2011, according to a recent report from the National Science Foundation. More than $850 million of the total was supplied by funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Read complete report here: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/03/federally-funded-r-d-centers-spent-178-billion-2011
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While William Shakespeare claimed in his play Julius Caesar, “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars/But in ourselves, that we are underlings,” Peter Van Houten, the fictional author of a fictional book within this fictional book, contradicted him in saying, “There is no shortage of fault to be found amid our stars.” This is where the title of one of my favorite books, The Fault In Our Stars, came from.
I first read The Fault In Our Stars because I had read reviews of people saying it was amazing; their favorite book. But when I finished reading it, I wasn’t too impressed. It had been nicely written, but I thought that it was nothing spectacular I would choose over a book I might of already read. Then, a few months later, I received an amazon.com gift card and bought the book on a whim. Upon rereading it, it has become one of my favorites. I don’t know if it’s the story line I like, or if I subconsciously connect with the main character’s views of the world, but I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.
The Fault In Our Stars follows the friendship of Hazel Lancaster and Augustus Waters and their struggles with cancer. The truth in this book is something I enjoy; sometimes life throws things at you, but you have to trod on. I prefer fiction books in general, but looking back I’ve noticed they have been mostly extreme fiction. It wasn’t till I read TIFOS that I realized I can enjoy realistic fiction also.
In the six years that I have been reading actual, good books, I have found myself to be drawn in more by books in the first person narration. Aside from the Harry Potter series and a book called The Kid Comes Back, I don’t remember any third person narrated books that I particularly enjoyed. The Fault In Our Stars is told by Hazel; it expresses her emotions and feelings and out look on life. In my opinion, that’s hard to get with other types of narrations.
As Hazel once described, “Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.”
This is how I’m currently feeling about The Fault In Our Stars.
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