These comments all make me feel much better. I sleep for around 3 hours after work (5pm-8pm) and then 3-4 hours before work (3:30am-7:30am). Obviously I don't have kids. I find that when I skip my post-work sleep I have to be doing something active to avoid being completely exhausted and useless. After my long nap/short sleep I am much more rested and can read and write more complicated things much more easily.
Everyone I know thinks these hours are weird, but it works so well for me that I intend to keep doing it as long as I can. These comments all serve to make me feel like a little bit less of an outsider. Thanks!
The New Yorker
Lapham's Quarterly (not news coverage, exactly, but still great)
(Canadian) The Walrus
(Australian) The Monthly
(Australian) Quarterly Essay
(India) The Caravan
(Spain) Catalan International View
Exactly. From TFA:
"These people announced on their Internet sites that they planned to come here and cause disruptions, and told their friends. We were able to contact other foreign ministries and simply give them links," Palmor said.
Facebook, the company, didn't permit Israel to do this. It was Facebook users who don't know how to restrict access to their groups and posts.
I don't have mod points, but that's ok because what I really want to do is buy you a beer. Interesting, reasoned comments like these are why I read slashdot -- thanks.
They must account for the games released during that time.
Precisely. And what was released on June 12, 2008? Metal Gear Solid 4.
And so I come to ask Slashdot: what can be done to help her? Are there any good resources out there that you're aware of? I'm trying to find things to get her excited about Science so she can pass that excitement on to her students, but she also obviously needs to beef up her knowledge of a subject she's not terribly fond of. Any suggestions on how to accomplish this would be greatly appreciated.