According to this test:
I’m a Lawful Neutral Half-Elf (5th Level)
In observance of Pi day, per suggestion from Wikipedia, you should celebrate today by eating pie, discussing the significance of the number π, or watch Life of Pi!
This is the beginning of the end. I’ve finally given in and started playing Minecraft http://enligneviagra.net/laction-medicament-levitra-generique/. All thanks to Chris Ogden buying me a copy for Christmas, and Troy Kristoffer setting up the server on our network.
As I expected, I’m quickly sucked into it, and can only spend my waking moments thinking about what I’m going to do the next time I play. I’m a huge sandbox game player and love to build. I suppose there are worse things to be obsessed about.
“Goodbye, cruel world. Goodbye, cruel lamp. Goodbye, cruel velvet drapes, lined with what would appear to be some kind of cruel muslin. And the cute little pom-pom pull ropes, cruel though they may be…”
– Futurama: A Clone of My Own (#2.15)
“Doomsday device? Aha! Now the ball’s in Farnsworth’s court. I suppose I can part with one and still be feared.”
– Futurama: Time Keeps on Slipping (#3.14)
Pretty good article with tips on how to ask questions effectively. Nothing ground breaking but good refreshers. Though, it missed an important tip: active listening. At a glance summary below:
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Great article on Harvard Business Review about the need to balance diplomacy with directness. Something I strive to do daily, but don’t always succeed. Most amusing quote from the article:
The classic feedback “sandwich” goes like this: good news, followed by bad news, ending with good news. Eating a sandwich with good bread, but bad meat in the middle, isn’t too enjoyable.