I have not tried any of this yet, FUTURE LEARN FREE COURSES but my hope rose astronomically when I found it, thanks to a link from Speccy. The beginning of their “about” page says At FutureLearn, we want to inspire learning for life. We offer a diverse selection of free, high quality online courses … More Learning for the Future
Originally posted on Broken Light Collective:
Photo taken by a contributor who suffers from both mood and personality disorders that often leave her feeling depressed or panicked. She uses art and photography as a part of her therapeutic process, in addition to therapy and medication. About this photo: “I dream of a day when I can feel free from the…
This is for family and all Rory lovers – her birthday was on Saturday, Easter weekend. All the other kids are those who happen to be on the island at the moment, we were just having a family get-together and then a lot of folk happened to be around. Hurray for spontaneous gatherings.
This morning – with a forecast of rain – another Crazy as a Coot birdwalk (Ocean View Foundation) But the rain held off, unlike the wind which blew damp and after the winter we have had, felt warm and fresh. All those beautiful muted colours of spring not quite there yet – but promised … More Spring Colours
Originally posted on [Complex Geometry]:
In mathematics, a Voronoi diagram is a special kind of decomposition of a metric space, determined by distances to a specified family of objects (subsets) in the space. These objects are usually called the sites or the generators (but other names are used, such as “seeds”) and to each such object one associates a corresponding Voronoi…
Hubris – Reflections – Way to go – Hubris first – I am about to give the last talk of the series on Emotional Education at the library next week. The title of this one is “Individual, Society, Leadership, Flourishing – or not?”. Even thinking I can do this, let alone setting myself up to … More Reflections/ hubris/ way to go