Me...publisher, lifelong learner, all things rescuer, often gluten-free, all times chocoholic
Science is on my mind today. Ever wonder about those unwritten laws that are only experienced at inopportune times?
Randomly Funny lists 18 of the commonly experienced laws; I’ve chosen my favorite to list here. The full 18…
3. Law of Probability - The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.
8. Law of Close Encounters - The probability of meeting someone you know increases dramatically when you are with someone you don’t want to be seen with.
15. Law of Logical Argument - Anything is possible if you don’t know what you are talking about.
17. Oliver’s Law of Public Speaking - A closed mouth gathers no feet.
Which are yours?
I have no idea where the T-shirt may be purchased but it sure counters a great deal of those laws!!
I wish I could say, “Hey, y’all, I’m away from my desk this week due to an amazing vacation” or
“I’m having a blast at an awesome conference…”
Nope, I’m stuck close to home with some nasty, crazy vertigo thing. It’s already better than it was Monday, but frustrating enough to keep me from focusing.
In the meantime, I wish you all a great week filled with solid footings and no nausea!
More Sunday Funnies…
Connecting is important and it’s the theme of Sunscribe’s latest e-letter inSCRIBE. Here are two significant topics to cross my desk this week that are included in inSCRIBE’s second issue:
National Poetry Month kicks off today!
Seeking a visual concept for all ages, all skills levels?
Cover a classroom wall with white paper for “curriculum poetry” during April: encourage students to share poetry graffiti (classroom appropriate, of course). Want more? TeachersFirst has links to dozens of inspirational sites.
Plus, writers, where will you encounter ideas?
“Grab the closest book. Go to page 29. Write down 10 words that catch your eye.” The beginning of a poem? Perhaps, or maybe a short story, character, or setting. Your choice, your voice. More ideas at Kelli Russell Agodon.
Assembling boards on Pinterest?
Whether you’re searching for a recipe or vacation spot, there are oodles of choices.
How do you organize and publicize yours to stand head and shoulders above the masses?
Entrepreneur shares 11 tips to advance your Pinterest pins. Wait there’s more, who’s on top with the top networks?
Twitter’s prevalent publishers, according to News Whip, ranked by total Twitter shares of content published during February – Top Ten Tweets.
And Facebook’s Top Ten, from an earlier News Whip post, shows how much each social media site varies. See their take on FB’s prime publishers.
Excerpts are from our inSCRIBE issue two – are you signed up to receive a copy? Sign up for inSCRIBE today.
April 1 through April 7 is Laugh at Work Week. Wonder why and who founded this particular day?
Visit the site – Laugh At Work Week.
In the meantime, hearty belly hoots away!
Public mail has been around, well, almost since cavemen. Newspaper op eds almost as long. So why not have a public platform for public email? Old news. Fastnote, founded during the 2008 elections, is not cutting edge. Fast forward to a bigger, better application for teachers: or anyone who desires instant integration with an audience or participants – meet Todays Meet. The blog has real input, actual examples of usage by teachers and students…here.
And speaking of breakout ideas, let’s applaud Forbes contributor Geri Stengal for her January article about women entrepreneurs – and the year of the woman! Read Stengal’s article, then head on over to read how women are saying “YES” to the question, “Dare we?” in a post by Tanya Benedicto Klich . Plus, Ban Bossy, the movement to equip young girls to understand what it is to be strong women leaders, is gaining momentum – and criticism. More here…
One more before I say adios for the week: Many of Sunscribe’s team gathered earlier today for another meeting, but to my surprise, they threw me a birthday party! I am still giggling and wiping away happy tears. What a gathering! The best people on earth, or under the sun, yes that would be SUNSCRIBE – don’t miss a minute of the fun, sign up to receive inSCRIBE our informative eletter!! Many, many thanks, y’all are way over the top today! ;)