Beer and kebabs. The only way to spend a wednesday if there are no films on.
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Clare has just about recovered from her adventures over the weekend at Formula Student where her team “kicked ass in the dynamic events, but sucked in the presentations”. Another team had some, shall we say, problems on the dynamic end, though it’s claimed the driver didn’t notice.
From a post on Workboxers entitled What I am learning from porn, some basic rules for running a successful site/ blog-
* More posts = more pageviews
* Original content = more pageivews (combine that with the above and you have a winner)
* Submit original content to other sites
* Link exchanges, if done properly, can pay huge dividends
* A great design helps a lot
* Have fun with it. Obviously this is my favorite site to work on.
* Don’t enter a crowded realm without knowing who your competition is.
I’ve been getting sidetracked by this whole work thing, but I hope to re-up the number of posts and original material soon (ish)
Charles Darwin liked to describe the origin of species as “one long argument,” but his extensive treatise in support of biological evolution now seems painfully brief compared to the argument that has followed in its wake. Indeed, never in the history of science has a more prolonged and passionate debate dogged the heels of a theory so thoroughly researched and repeatedly validated. And the end is nowhere in sight. Despite all evidence to the contrary, a large portion of the world’s population continues to cling to the belief that human beings are fundamentally different from all other life forms and that our origins are unique. It’s a lovely sentiment to be sure, but how is it that so many people continue to be drawn to this thoroughly discredited notion?