Ever think about where your friends are located? Here‘s an interesting map by Pete Warden that shows large-scale trends of connections of Facebook friends. Always interesting to see the big picture.
Instead, you could look for common ground. Or you try to understand how your perspectives differ, and what is driving your opponent’s response. Or you could use one of these: 38 Ways to Win an Argument
Check out these videos. Science. Math. Finance. Banking. Economics. Probability. Khan Academy. It’s all here.
Yesterday’s post dealt with semicolons. Today we’re going to cover spelling. Any particular reason? Nope, just pointing out a few fun pages at theoatmeal.com.
Ever use them? If you’re like me, the explanation in elementary school punctuation class was insufficient for comfort, and college professors seemed to be indifferent. Using a semicolon is actually straightforward; this site tells you how.