Looks like I'm going to let my CISSP lapse as I failed to get 20 CPEs in 2011. Just as well as it no longer aligns with my career goals of focusing on devops, automation and enterprise Linux administration
It's odd that many, if not most, Thanksgiving Turkey recipes still recommend washing the bird even though researchers have found that to be a very bad idea that won't do anything to kill the bacteria that may be on the bird. Plus with modern processing methods it's absolutely unnecessary.
I swear that thermodynamics must work differently in my kitchen than anyone else's. It's supposed to take 4 to 5 hours to cook a 19.5 pound turkey and in my kitchen it takes about 3. This is is doing 450 for half hour and 350 for the rest. Guess I need to start doing 325 for the bulk. I think next year we're going to tell people to arrive at time...
I think that it's pretty safe to say at this point that Bill Gates doesn't know jack about education and that his foundation is doing more harm than good in the space. But hey, thanks for ramming the Common Core down teachers' throats without using their input to craft it.
This dude puts a serious spotlight on the new Common Core education standards, why they won't improve education in this country and is a very targeted argument against just about everything that the so-called education reform movement stands for. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Dollar Shave Club? Sounds like a good premise, but I have one even better. Stop shaving altogether and just trim. A decent trimmer costs $30-$50 and I guarantee you'll have it for far longer than it would take to save money by not buying blades and shaving gel. Not to mention that your face will be far happier. No ingrown hairs, no razor burn, etc.
Remember when being a Boston Red Sox fan was about the same as being a masochist guaranteed to be disappointed yearly? Yeah, me neither. (For the record, I am not a Red Sox fan, but know people who are and who wore that yearly badge of disappointment and shame with honor, but happily took it off when the Red Sox won the world series)
That teachers get 2 months of paid time off a year has to be one of the more sinister myths spread about the profession. They are only paid for the days they teach plus the 10 or so holidays they get. If they actually got paid for those two months off, I don't think that we'd be having any conversations about how poorly teachers get paid.