What is too personal? Where does one draw a line when blogging? Well yesterday I think my personal boundary was crossed. Posted something which was too personal and realized a few hours later that I was not comfortable with it staying up. The whole post is somewhat of a blur. I was feeling pain and … More Took down yesterdays post
Cheat sheets have a bad reputation, because obviously cheating is wrong in many contexts.. But the actual process behind using a so called “cheat sheet” is actually quite handy. Because essential it is only a tool to enhance memory recollection and ease quick information access. Found this website called Cheatography which essential has taken a … More Database for cheat sheets!
Here is some useful and less conventional Data on the region. Note this was very recently introduced so you will not find tons of info yet but in the near future this will be a extremely useful source on the region. http://geonode.igad.int/
Pretty cool info-graphics I must say! Enjoy. http://iliketowastemytime.com/2014/08/24/best-of-infographics-pt-1-11-pics
Found this interesting online course which begins in April and runs for 12 weeks. Estimated time spent on this course in the 12 weeks is 60 hours, so roughly 5 hours a week which is completely fine even for people who have a full time job. The fees are not too bad – between 350€ … More Security and Protection course for Human Rights Defenders and Social Orgs.
I’m sure a large number of you will have been this website. But for those who haven’t, this is a nice website where you’ll find a world population clock. The accuracy can be debated but it should be a “rough” estimate. Pretty interesting how we as a race have expanded exponentially over a few hundred years … More How many are we on this Planet?