Our son’s new interest in learning to code prompted me to think about how I could link this hobby to persuading him to read more. In doing so, it seems to me that there is a strong argument to be made for bribery.
Keith Enevoldsen’s “The Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words” is a must for parents with kids in school. It is a terrific resource for kids learning chemistry.
A discussion about feminism and a blog post by Gretchen Kelly got me thinking about what feminism and gender equality means to me. I wanted to share some of my thinking, even though it may offend many.
I started a little project yesterday called “Stuff to teach our kids” and it is basically a blog which I’m using to collate and share information about topics our kids ask me about.
I’m really looking forward to the movie, “The Martian“. The latest trailer looks awesome: As cool as the movie looks, the real-life #JourneyToMars is even more spectacular. NASA JPL released a retrospective video titled “50 Years of Mars Exploration” showcasing highlights from Humanity’s 50 year history exploring Mars. 50 years! NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs has […]
My son is fascinated by volcanoes and he asks me something about volcanoes several times a week. I came across a really cool National Geographic video about how their camera crew used drones to film an active volcano: I found a couple more links to volcano stuff on the National Geographic site which are pretty […]
Someone I was chatting to after the 2014 elections, last week, made an interesting comment. He said that if the old Apartheid-era National Party had educated all South Africans better (and not just white South Africans), the ANC under Jacob Zuma would have had a more challenging time selling themselves with all the corruption in […]
Rob Stokes and the Quirk team nominate back! Post by Quirk. Thanks to my brother, Asher, for sharing.