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Is freelancing the biggest economic transformation of our times? Is it always a terrible idea?

Homeschoolers’ secrets for success?

Most homeschoolers are single-income families and live under budget constraints, so many save money by learning to repair everything from their cars to their garbage disposals to their computers. In the process, the children learn these skills as well and often take them to the next level.

Right brain vs. left brain hits trash heap of dead education ideas?

Historian Victor Davis Hanson on the good and bad news of how college must change

Why do some new words succeed and others fail?

Some examples of successes and failures of new coinages (neologisms) are instructive for the reasons why, especially if you have thought of a word that you hope will catch on.

Right brain vs. left brain hits trash heap of dead education ideas? Pragmatic Thinking and Learning: Refactor your Wetware Mung
OT: Stephen Meyer on the Orwellian censorship of ID at Ball state: Dr. Stephen Meyer on the Janet Parshall Program http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9lrKGNSS64&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL7Wwl5TzliiH9TlzXoYtryoVgA7bpkAHg bornagain77
OT: It seems that Intelligent Design is getting a lot of press for something that many mainstream scientists consider pseudo-science: Teamwork: New York Times and Science Magazine Seek to Rebut Darwin's Doubt - Casey Luskin September 24, 2013 Excerpt: It's now evident that, their previous denials notwithstanding, Darwin defenders have been unnerved by Darwin's Doubt. On the same day last week, both the world's top newspaper (the New York Times) and one of the world's top scientific journals (Science) turned their attention to the problem posed by Stephen Meyer http://www.evolutionnews.org/2013/09/teamwork_new_yo077071.html bornagain77

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