Yesterday, I touched a pregnant belly for the first time. I felt the baby kick. It was a friend of my housemate’s, and she was five months pregnant. Advertisements
I’ve come across a lot of apps that make me go, “That is cool!” and then I see it is only available for iPhone, not Android. Plus, apps on Android sometimes have less features than their iPhone counterparts. Why is that? One source described the time it takes to develop Android apps– about 28% more… Continue reading Why do iPhones have better apps?
Tesla’s been in the news lately, with Elon Musk revealing his master plan today. So I’ve been binging on articles about Tesla and learned that we could have tens of thousands of autonomous cars on the road in two years! Here are the basics: Tesla makes fully electric cars with high-tech features. These cars are… Continue reading In Soviet Russia, Car Drives You
My coworker remarked that she suddenly smelled a familiar perfume she remembered from her childhood. She assumed someone had walked by wearing it. I happily suggested she might be having a stroke. It’s a tasteless joke, and probably wrong as well. I knew that smelling something that wasn’t there was a sign of brain trouble,… Continue reading Do You Smell That?
I attended a training for giving write-ups. We started class by pairing off and role playing a write-up, one of us playing the manager and the other playing the employee. We then learned a lot of things about write-ups, and at the end of the class, we returned to our partners and role played again… Continue reading Two Managers Per Write-up
I just started playing Animal Jam: Play Wild. It’s a virtual world designed for children. What do I mean by virtual world? Imagine you’re in a chat room. But this chat room isn’t a white box filled with text. There’s a thin box of chats at the top of the screen that can be hidden.… Continue reading How to Make a Room Full of Strangers Kid Safe
When I took First Aid, I was taught to do chest compressions to the beat of “Stayin’ Alive.” I learned tonight that in the UK, the recommended Music to Do Chest Compressions By is “Another One Bites the Dust.” Clearly, one country is more optimistic than the other. Source: wikipedia.org/wiki/Another_One_Bites_the_Dust