WORD OF THE DAY Pulchritudinouspəl-krə-TOOD-ən-əsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: English, 15th century 1Beautiful.   Examples of Pulchritudinous in a sentence "Her pulchritudinous looks charmed everyone at the table." "The wedding planner provided lush, pulchritudinous flower arrangements."

Newsletters I like: Brainpickings.org

This is the weekly email digest of the daily online journal Brain Pickings by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — do people change, the art of ending painful relationships, Hannah Arendt on what forgiveness (really) means, poet Naomi Shihab Nye's advice on writing — you can catch up right here. If my labor of love … Continue reading Newsletters I like: Brainpickings.org


FS | BRAIN FOOD Sunday Brain Food: a weekly newsletter full of timeless ideas and insights for life and business. (Was this newsletter forwarded to you? Sign up here.) FS The problem is that our culture does not recognize that the true nature of math is art. So we teach it in a manner that would … Continue reading NEWSLETTERS I LIKE: FS Brainfood

Wisdom From the Kitchen of Julia Child

http://Wisdom From the Kitchen of Julia Child For many of us, one of our first memories of cooking is listening to the jovial voice of a very tall woman on PBS, chuckling as she methodically deboned a chicken or loaded a dish with butter. Julia Child was — and still is — an icon in the … Continue reading Wisdom From the Kitchen of Julia Child

Word of the day

WORD OF THE DAY Compendiouskəm-PEN-dee-əsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: French, late 14th century 1Containing or presenting the essential facts of something in a comprehensive but concise way.   Examples of Compendious in a sentence "Jared’s compendious recitation of archaic literature impressed his professors." "The book was a compendious study of film history. " WORD OF THE DAY Compendiouskəm-PEN-dee-əsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: French, late 14th … Continue reading Word of the day

How to build an effective threat intelligence program


* “Let the market fix it”

* “Let the market fix it” [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=179670557&f=1081591&c=7842865&u=5102652 %5D After all, the marketplace is scalable, independent, self-funding, convenient and persistent. Except there are problems that the market hasn't solved, and probably can't. A century into this worldwide experiment, the market hasn't solved mass education, it's made obesity and health problems worse, and it has dumped an enormous … Continue reading * “Let the market fix it”

English Channel Flight Day

Did you know... ... that today is English Channel Flight Day? In 1909, French aviator Louis Bleriot became the first person to fly a heavier-than-air machine across the English Channel. He did it in only 36 minutes. Be proactive for 36 minutes and see what you can achieve! ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "In matters of … Continue reading English Channel Flight Day

26 July

Kargil Vijay Diwas – 26 July 2021 This day commemorates the day Indian soldiers successfully conducted Operation Vijay. Content marketing ideas:    Listicle idea: X Movies about army operations you should watchInfographic idea: The most victorious army operations conducted by IndiaVideo idea: X Stories of Kargil war heroesPodcast idea: What were the events that led to … Continue reading 26 July