stars in the summit

When I tell people I’m really busy lately.

What they think : studies, exams, homeworks, work, assignments…

What I really meant :
- Mon-Tue : Hwarang, 1st Kiss for the 7th time, Kpop Star 6.
- Wed-Thu : Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Legend of the Blue Sea, Oh My Geum Bi.
- Fri-Sat : Goblin.
- Sunday : Abnormal Summit, Running Man, Infinity Challenge.

Such a busy schedule. 😂


‘Glyderau Wildcamp’ by Kris Williams

it is quiet and light and
so, no different
from the start. i’ve returned
bearing memories heavy on my shoulders
and dragging a pack full of battered weapons.
i suppose i’ve lost something, too,
something sweet and soft, slipped
into the black hole left
when my soul collapsed- i’m afraid
i am no longer a star, no longer
that celestial
i stand
                                                                          here on the summit
with empty hands.
—  at the dying of the year//ast.

Moonrise by hawaiiansupaman
Via Flickr:
Moonrise from the summit of Haleakala


‘Stood Between Giants’ - Glyder Fach, Snowdonia by Kris Williams
Via Flickr:
4:20am, amongst the boulders of Glyder Fach after the snowfall through the night on our wild-camp trip, with Helen Iles shooting the Milky Way at its best shortly before the dawn light. Saturn and Mars the brightest objects in the sky to the right.

 @alixiecivet second @badtechnician. The pearlidot, pls.

I already did it here…but I’ll get some s’good headcanons on what they’d do:

-they’d go on nice walks, Peridot particularly likes mountains and stuff and they like to go hiking and point out the nature things (although they aren’t really fans of snakes)

-the main appeal is that when they’re at a summit they can see the stars well, and they point out all the constellations and whatnot

-Peridot is just fascinated by nature in general

-I don’t really see them as movie buds, but they like going to cafe’s, maybe drink tea

-’what is this leaf water’ ‘it’s…relaxing’ Peridot now makes meep morps out of teabags

-they’re still science nerds don’t get me wrong

-’pearl i’m making pumpkin a mecha’ ‘peridot no’

-’…not without me’ ‘of course’

CUBAN: Don't go to school for finance — liberal arts is the future

(Billionaire investor Mark Cuban offered a perhaps bleak prediction on the future of jobs in an interview Friday.Bloomberg Markets)
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban offered a perhaps bleak prediction on the future of jobs in an interview Friday with Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson at the NBA All-Star Technology Summit in New Orleans.

Discussing the swiftly evolving nature of jobs due to automation, he noted that across a broad array of industries, robots will replace human workers.

Prompted by Johnson, he then made a bold proclamation about the types of skills and majors that will dominate in his version of the future labor market.

Here’s an excerpt of their conversation (emphasis ours):

Johnson: So essentially what you’re making the case for is education and job training for grown ups.

Cuban: No, no. I think that won’t matter. What are you going to go back and learn to do?

Johnson: What it takes, right? Whether it’s finance, whether it’s software programming.

Cuban: No finance. That’s the easiest thing — you just take the data have it spit out whatever you need. I personally think there’s going to be a greater demand in 10 years for liberal arts majors than there were for programming majors and maybe even engineering, because when the data is all being spit out for you, options are being spit out for you, you need a different perspective in order to have a different view of the data. And so having someone who is more of a freer thinker.

Cuban’s forecast of the skills needed to succeed in the future echoes that of computer science and higher education experts who believe people with “soft skills,” like adaptability and communication, will have the advantage in an automated workforce.

Cuban highlighted English, philosophy, and foreign language majors as just some of the majors that will do well in the future job market.

“The nature of jobs is changing,” Cuban said.

You can watch the whole interview here:

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‘Flip or Flop’ Stars Christina and Tarek El Moussa Reunite for First Joint Appearance Since Announcing Split

This couple isn’t letting relationship drama get in the way of their business.

Flip or Flop stars Christina and Tarek El Moussa reunited on Friday at the 2017 Investor Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. This marks the couple’s first official joint appearance since announcing their split last December.

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“Me and #christina on the #big #stage having #fun and teaching folks how to #flip #houses!!,” Tarek captioned a photo of the pair smiling on stage. “#goodtimes #lovespeakingtogether.”

Me and #christina on the #big #stage having #fun and teaching folks how to #flip #houses!! #goodtimes #lovespeakingtogether

A photo posted by Tarek El Moussa (@therealtarekelmoussa) on Feb 10, 2017 at 5:57pm PST

Christina shared a similar photo from the event on her social media, this time of the couple posing with some of their students.

“Fun event at #successpath #investor #summit … great meeting our students,” she captioned the photo.

Fun event at #successpath #investor #summit … great meeting our students ❤

A photo posted by Christina El Moussa (@christinaelmoussa) on Feb 10, 2017 at 6:21pm PST

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Christina was recently spotted out on the town with her new boyfriend, Gary Anderson, but sources tells ET that Christina and Tarek are keeping their work and family a priority.

“They remain committed to their children and co-parenting,” the source said. “Their children are their number one priority. They’ll always communicate. They’re going to be cordial for the best of their family.”

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I’ve just returned from a trip to Tasmania, in which I traveled around the countryside, seeing the the sights and taking photos. I was lucky enough to experience the aurora australis on the last night of the trip while staying up all night, shooting the stars after hiking to the the summit of Mt Amos, in the Freycinet National Park