One of the many things I like about having a Chromecast is seeing images like this beautiful photograph of our home planet courtesy of NASA's Image of the Day initiative.
Corruption at the top doesn't seem to be limited to so-called "Third World Countries" anymore. Just like South Africa, America is going to have to decide whether to accept such blatant corruption or whether to hold its leaders accountable?
My father passed away 14 years ago, on 12 July 2003. After 14 years he is in my thoughts daily. To the extent I'm probably a better father, husband and human being, it's thanks to him.
Failure seems to define job hunting and it's not hard to see why. Most of your applications will fail. At the same time, recognising the successes along the way could well determine whether you will survive the ordeal and achieve that ultimate success - a job.
I've been using Feedly for many years. It is my go-to feed reader and it's a central feature in my information diet. Inspired by Richard MacManus' article, I thought I'd share my Feedly wishlist.
I had a couple things to do in the city this morning and my route took me past Park Annabe, one of Modi'in's central features. I was greeted with a pretty spectacular view and thought I'd share it.
The Open Web is not a hot topic for most people. It's pretty esoteric and it will probably remain the domain of a pretty small group of people for years to come. Still, it's an important cause.