“Not only do we not have the originals; we don’t have the first copies of the originals. We don’t even have copies of the copies of the originals, or copies of the copies of the copies of the originals. What we have are copies made later – much later. In most instances, they are copies made many centuries later. And these copies all differ from one another at many thousands of places… Possibly it is easiest to put it in comparative terms: there are more differences among our manuscripts than there are words in the New Testament.” – Professor Bart D. Ehrman, Author of Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why
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Jakub Moscicki, researcher and software engineer at CERN, asked to use my artwork, Chaos from Order, for the cover of his book/PhD dissertation. Understanding and Mastering Dynamics in Computing Grids: Processing Moldable Tasks with User-Level Overlay is available as a PDF and can be downloaded by following the link.
I want to make one of these book chairs! SO BAD!
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The title in the URL says it all. The story is a snore.
Don’t waste your time by clicking.
You’ve been forewarned.
Who doesn’t love The Poky Little Puppy? I will smack you until you see the error of your ways.
This week, I show you my favorite sites for swapping textbooks, paperbacks, music and movies online. Going back to school? Swap last terms books for this terms!
Going back to school? I cover 5 sites (and list 10 more) where you can buy and rent new and used textbooks online for a fraction of the sticker price!
Five free sites that can help you keep your digital life organized when you go back to school. From class notes and schedules to gradebooks and collections, Stacy shows you how to keep it all tidy and access it remotely anywhere you have an internet connection!