WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Oscillate AH-sə-leit Part of speech: verb Origin: Latin, early 18th century 1 Move or swing back and forth at a regular speed. 2 (Physics) Vary in magnitude or position in a regular manner around a central point. Examples of Oscillate in a sentence "'The pendulum of the mind oscillates between sense and nonsense, not between … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

14. International Day of Friendship – 30th July


This day is celebrated to honor those friends in your life that have made all the difference. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea: X Places to visit with friends once the lockdown is lifted Infographic idea: Foods that are perfect for snacking with your friend Video idea: X Best movies about friendships you should watch Podcast idea: How honest should … Continue reading 14. International Day of Friendship – 30th July

Interesting Days to Remember in July2020


As the pandemic continues to restrict our plans, global days and celebrations offer positive, near future events to focus on. Below are the key global days this July, accompanied by selected educational resources. Click the title of each day for detailed explanations and further resources. 4th July - International Day of Cooperatives  This year's theme is ‘cooperatives for climate action’. Explore climate protection projects … Continue reading Interesting Days to Remember in July2020

13. International Tiger Day – 29th July


This day is commemorated to raise awareness for tiger conservation. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea:  Here’s how you can differentiate between wildcats Infographic idea: What are the different species of tigers? Video idea: X Famous fictional tigers on screen Podcast idea:  What to do if you want to spot a tiger on your safari Brand campaign that … Continue reading 13. International Tiger Day – 29th July

12. World Hepatitis Day – 28th July


This day is celebrated to encourage governments to step up their response to the ever-present threat of hepatitis. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea: How can you differentiate between different types of hepatitis? Infographic idea:X  Foods you must avoid if you suffer from hepatitis Video idea: Here’s how hepatitis affects your liver Podcast idea: How can you boost your … Continue reading 12. World Hepatitis Day – 28th July

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Forenoon FOR-noon Part of speech: noun Origin: Old English, 15th century 1 The morning. Examples of Forenoon in a sentence "'Some of my pleasantest hours were during the long rain-storms in the spring or fall, which confined me to the house for the afternoon as well as the forenoon, soothed by their ceaseless roar and … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

11. Kargil Vijay Diwas – 26th July


This day commemorates the day Indian soldiers successfully conducted Operation Vijay. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea: Here’s how you can enlist in the army Infographic idea: Who were the heroes of the Kargil war? Video idea: How does India manage to keep its peace with her neighbors? Podcast idea: What is the role of the army in times of … Continue reading 11. Kargil Vijay Diwas – 26th July

10 People Stranger Than The Fictional Characters They Inspired – Listverse


Stories have to be bound by logic. Life does not. Authors usually draw upon interesting personalities for inspiration. For these ten people, the writers Source: 10 People Stranger Than The Fictional Characters They Inspired - Listverse

Varieties of disbelief by Seth Godin


Varieties of disbelief Everyone, without exception, has found some things to not believe in. Things that are demonstrably true that we just don’t want to accept. A bit like a fingerprint, each person’s pattern of disbelief is probably unique. You might believe that water is made of atoms, but that the moon is made of … Continue reading Varieties of disbelief by Seth Godin

SEASONED nuts quotable


“Good governance never depends upon laws, but upon the personal qualities of those who govern. The machinery of government is always subordinate to the will of those who administer that machinery. The most important element of government, therefore, is the method of choosing leaders.” – Frank Herbert

Ask yourself: What are you grateful for?


Ask yourself: What are you grateful for? “I already feel like I hit the action.” Her acknowledgment become a stupendous instance of the historic religious precept that anyone trying to find uplift in an nervousness-crammed apple might believe. Ask yourself a simple query: if your listing is brief — “My health, my household” — I … Continue reading Ask yourself: What are you grateful for?

Uddhav Thackeray govt to pay Rs 50,000 to each HC judge for spectacles


In a resolution, the MVA government in Maharashtra has approved an allowance of Rs 50000 annually for the spectacles of judges and their family members. | OpIndia News Source: Uddhav Thackeray govt to pay Rs 50,000 to each HC judge for spectacles

Top 10 Things You May Not Know About Popular Action Movies – Listverse


When it comes to action movies, bigger is always better. For this reason, directors must seek out new and exciting ways to create massive explosions, car, Source: Top 10 Things You May Not Know About Popular Action Movies - Listverse

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Pergola pər-ɡə-lə Part of speech: noun Origin: Italian, mid-17th century 1 An archway in a garden or park consisting of a framework covered with trained climbing or trailing plants. Examples of Pergola in a sentence "The wedding took place under the pergola covered in ivy and white flowers." "The only thing left in the garden … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

Ethical Alliance Daily News


Ethical Alliance Daily News United Kingdom: Judge orders seizure of £5m London flat linked to Petrobras scandal Jul 21, 2020 06:00 pm A high court judge has allowed the seizure of a £5m luxury London apartment allegedly bought by a Brazilian businessman using “corrupt funds” linked to the multibillion-dollar Petrobras “Operation Carwash” money-laundering scandal. Judge … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Daily News

Wisdom Quotes


Put your everything in even the smallest step and you'll be on the path to success. Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success. (Swami Sivananda) The intelligent know to belief only half of what they hear. The wise know which half. An intelligent man believes … Continue reading Wisdom Quotes

IDIOMs of the day


Stopping A Volcano With A Cork. --------------------- Fog On A Field Acts As A Shield. --------------------- The Smallest Toy Can Bring Hours Of Joy. --------------------- Checking Your Watch Every Minute. --------------------- Using A Hamster To Power A Plane. ---------------------

How Harvard’s Star Computer-Science Professor Built a Distance-Learning Empire | The New Yorker


David Malan, of the hit class CS50, was working to perfect online teaching long before the pandemic. Is his method a model for the future of higher education? Source: How Harvard’s Star Computer-Science Professor Built a Distance-Learning Empire | The New Yorker

Seasoned Nuts Quotable


“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s … Continue reading Seasoned Nuts Quotable

Delivery driver leaves man in tears with note on where to find ‘hidden’ parcel – Mirror Online


A delivery driver's note has gone viral after he attempted to hide a huge cardboard box under a customer's doormat - but it was actually the result of a funny exchange and done in jest Source: Delivery driver leaves man in tears with note on where to find 'hidden' parcel - Mirror Online

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Epoch EH-pək Part of speech: noun Origin: Latin, early 17th century 1 A period of time in history or a person's life, typically one marked by notable events or particular characteristics. 2 The beginning of a distinctive period in the history of someone or something. Examples of Epoch in a sentence "'Writing is perhaps the … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

Wisdom Quotes


The way you affect those around you is perhaps the most important question in life. Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?' (Martin Luther King, Jr.) To get success you have to get started. The secret of getting ahead is getting started. (Mark Twain)

11 ways to stop procrastinating—for good – Big Think


via 11 ways to stop procrastinating—for good - Big Think Most of us feel guilty or lazy when we put things off until a later date or time, but procrastination is normal and happens to everyone. The key is not to eliminate the word from your vocabulary, but to find ways to work and rest … Continue reading 11 ways to stop procrastinating—for good – Big Think

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Moon Day? This day celebrates the anniversary of the first landing on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, Jr. were the first people to walk on the moon. The Apollo 11 mission was launched on July 16 and returned to earth on July … Continue reading Did you know…

Doom scrolling – Seth Godin’s Newsletter


Doom scrolling Being informed is a virtue. It helps us make better decisions and encourages us to take action. Getting hooked on an endless scroll of media inputs is not the same as being informed. There’s long been a business model of urgent news (“man bites dog!”), but now it’s been leveraged, amplified and optimized … Continue reading Doom scrolling – Seth Godin’s Newsletter

Advertising concept & practice


The marketing thought and follow bore is geared toward college students without the above-mentioned capabilities of advertising and marketing. As such, it is designed to e-book contributors in the course of the simple ideas of advertising, and the way they reapplied in follow. In specific, it goals to supply college students with a theoretical and … Continue reading Advertising concept & practice

Wisdom Quotes


It takes courage to speak up when needed, but it also takes courage to listen. Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. (Winston Churchill) Desire is the seed from which all achievements are harvested. The starting point of all achievement is … Continue reading Wisdom Quotes

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Bloomers Day? In 1848, at the first Women's Rights Convention in Seneca, New York, Amelia Jenks Bloomer introduced the first liberating dress for women: loose fitting trousers. Mrs. Bloomer didn't actually wear them until three years later! 😉

Quotes of the week


Alexis de Tocqueville "There are many men of principle in both parties in America, but there is no party of principle." via Today's Quote https://ift.tt/301ewN7 July 13, 2020 at 10:57AM via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/alexis-de-tocqueville-quotes James Baldwin "People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them." via Today's Quote https://ift.tt/37j8U3I July 14, 2020 at 10:57AM via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/james-baldwin-quotes Lucius … Continue reading Quotes of the week

Today’s Inspirational Quote:


"We can easily manage if we will only take, each day, the burden appointed to it. But the load will be too heavy for us if we carry yesterday's burden over again today, and then add the burden of the morrow before we are required to bear it." -- John Newton

Commercial vulnerability – Seth Godin


Commercial vulnerability If you have a retail chain that offers: A variety of products at high margins that are easy to ship without being needed immediately in expensive retail locations where the in-person shopping experience isn’t particularly remarkable… Then you’re in big trouble. Even before the pandemic. Because an online retailer is going to offer … Continue reading Commercial vulnerability – Seth Godin

10. World Chess Day – 20th July


This day is celebrated to mark the date of establishment of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) in Paris in 1924. Content marketing ideas:     Listicle idea: Books on chess that you can read Infographic idea: X Different styles of chess you should know Video idea: The best finishing moves in chess Podcast idea: How can playing chess help children … Continue reading 10. World Chess Day – 20th July

Seth Godin’s NEwsletter


Inventing narratives That story in your head? It’s invented. It has to be. It might be based on some things that actually happened. The story we tell ourselves might be a useful predictor now and then. The story might even have been put there against our wishes, over time. But it can’t possibly be a … Continue reading Seth Godin’s NEwsletter

Brainpickings.org Newsletter


This is the weekly email digest of the daily online journal Brain Pickings by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — a young poet's love letter to our broken, beautiful world; Eleanor Roosevelt's reading of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights set to music, Coleridge on the sublimity of storms — you can catch up right … Continue reading Brainpickings.org Newsletter

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile's Birthday? The first Oscar Meyer Wienermobile hit the road on July 18, 1936, and is now on display in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The nephew of Oscar Mayer, Carl G. Mayer, invented the car. Trivia buffs: Drivers of the Wienermobiles are … Continue reading Did you know…

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Aureate OR-ee-eit Part of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, 15th century 1 Denoting, made of, or having the color of gold. 2 (of language) highly ornamented or elaborate. Examples of Aureate in a sentence "The aureate exterior of her jewelry box was only a preview of what was inside." "The book of poetry was written in … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY