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Status Updated By Kristin Rutten
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Millions of Internet users utilize social networking sites, often connecting with friends and family through frequent “status updates.” Those of us with an interest in documenting our... More > everyday lives have at our disposal a fabulous tool we are already utilizing in the form of those status updates. The only problem is all of this wonderful documentation is lost once we lose access to those Web pages. That’s where {Status updated} comes in. This book exists to give you a fun and easy way to preserve your favorite status updates in a more permanent format. Create a lasting record of your everyday life that you and your family will be sure to treasure in the years to come. Book includes enough spaces to record one update per day for an entire year. Also available as a print-it-yourself download or writable eBook directly from LogYourMemory.com.< Less
Updated Portfolio By Mark Bearak
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Here is an updated copy of my portfolio.
Campus Updates By Leslie M Moore
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Published on Apr 25, 2017 LDM Campus updates and news are finally here. If you are a fan, international, and seeking admissions, registration, or class updates, then you really should read this... More > vpostcard and get the latest news. Thanks.< Less
Daily Updates By Kovatch Family
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My grandfather emails his family everyday, and has done this for the past 7 years. This book documents his daily updates to all of his children and grandchildren.
Update: Myths By Judson Smedley
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FROM Heresy Magazine 2 UPDATE: Myths 1. All beliefs are ultimately false to facts. Beliefs, however, change things. Humans can alter their beliefs beneficially. 2. Words have no intrinsic... More > meanings: at best, metaphors; at worst, liars’ tools. There are no "archetypes" except as intellectual boxes. 3. Mathematics is a language. Yet numbers do not really exist, except as figuring tools. 4. The truth appears paradoxical on many axes. 5. Time is more than one-dimensional. 6. Consciousness and the lifeforce comprise a fundamental paradox--similarly to matter and energy, and space and time--but in more dimensions. 7. Compassion is a healing force in those other dimensions. 8. There is no such thing as a force of evil either in or beyond nature, except as a destructive mental aberration readily explained behaviorally.< Less
Update: Myths By Judson Smedley
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FROM Heresy Magazine 2 UPDATE: Myths 1. All beliefs are ultimately false to facts. Beliefs, however, change things. Humans can alter their beliefs beneficially. 2. Words have no intrinsic... More > meanings: at best, metaphors; at worst, liars’ tools. There are no "archetypes" except as intellectual boxes. 3. Mathematics is a language. Yet numbers do not really exist, except as figuring tools. 4. The truth appears paradoxical on many axes. 5. Time is more than one-dimensional. 6. Consciousness and the lifeforce comprise a fundamental paradox--similarly to matter and energy, and space and time--but in more dimensions. 7. Compassion is a healing force in those other dimensions. 8. There is no such thing as a force of evil either in or beyond nature, except as a destructive mental aberration readily explained behaviorally.< Less
planner update By Jessica Watkins
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This planner isn't just for planning. It's a place to store your inspiration, record memories, and reflect.
updated portfolio By Robert Guerrero
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The Graduate Architectural Portfolio of Robert Guerrero.
Zeus Update By Jean Richert
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Dfferent perspectives on Space Junk from debris in outer space.
Fran’s Update By Frances Herrick
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"I am more than just cancer. I have cancer, but cancer does not have me. Cancer can kill people but it cannot kill love." Thus starts the insprirational blog of Fran Herrick's courageous... More > battle against breast cancer. Visited by many over the course of her 3 1/2 year battle, Fran challenges us to live each day as if it were the best day ever; to love, unconditionally; and to look death in the face, not without fear, but with the courage to say, "I'm not ready and I'm not going anywhere yet."< Less