The tooth fairy versus the scientific method

The tooth fairy versus the scientific method

Our daughter is about to lose a tooth and she is really hoping that a tooth fairy will arrive at the appointed time. The question is whether we should maintain the illusion of a tooth fairy (or mouse)?

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Ok Google, show me how to get things done

I recently started experimenting with Google Keep, Calendar and Reminders to get things done. I’ve only really just dipped my toe in the water but it’s been interesting so far.

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No Flickr, I didn’t take my photos in Ramallah

Flickr’s OpenStreetMap integration is a bit screwy. It took photos that I geolocated in Modi’in and geotagged them in Ramallah. Totally different city.

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How Irish dancers from Riverdance do weddings

Irish dancers performing in Feet of Flames

I came across this fun video of Irish dancers at a wedding. The caption says they are Riverdance dancers and I can believe it.

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A return to a sense of belonging and the tragedy that preceded it

If anything, the global Jewish community should be looking for more ways to unite, no push each other away. Tanya’s story about her return to a sense of belonging is heartwarming.

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3 flavours of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck

Flavours of Thunderstruck

Sometimes you come across fun covers of well known songs and these two covers of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck are no exception.

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A story about leaving life-long extremism

Megan Phelps-Roper speaking about leaving life-long extremism

Megan Phelps-Roper grew up as a member of the Westboro Baptist Church. She shared her story about leaving life-long extremism and the role Twitter played in her education.

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Having standards and doing great work

Sticking with your standards

Standing by your standards can be a tougher road to walk but doing so is often a pretty good representation of the kind of person you are.

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