Archive | February 2014

The Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights In England, Scotland, Wales / UK [Feb 27, 2014]

Watch the aurora borealis light show over Scotland

BBC > Graeme Whipps Photo

 

 

Northern Lights illuminate the UK

 

BBC photo

 

Northern Lights Aurora Borealis Illuminate UK

8 stunning images as aurora borealis light up U.K. sky

 

 

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“Doge Weather” – So Wow, Such Inform!

I’m not one of those people tired of the “doge” meme from 2013. Some creative types have made “Doge Weather”  – the famous DOGE will give you a weather status, of sorts.

Check out these screen shots of the fun:

DogeWeatherClear DogeWeatherCold DogeWeatherSnowDogeWeatherMistVapor DogeWeatherMistCreepy

Roses, Roses, Roses

It might be irritating for those buried in Winter winds and snows (like me) to hear about Springtime and flowers and such, but in some parts of the United States, Spring buds are starting to form – Winter is on its way out the door.

In comes the roses…and I plan on taking even more photos of these this Summer!

Guest Blog with Us! – The Careerists

Guest Blog with Us! | The Careerists

For those of you who are great writers/bloggers, your articles could be featured on the The Careerists website!

What Topics are of Interest?

  • Check out popular categories on our homepage, TheCareerists.com
  • Leadership topics
  • Career & Job Search related topics
  • Topics of interest to professionals: Fashion, Food, Travel, etc.

Faces of the Fallen – The Washington Post

Faces of the Fallen – The Washington Post

If you haven’t seen this online “honor wall” from the Washington Post, please consider taking a moment to look at the wonderful men and women who’ve fought and died to protect our freedoms. Thank you.



"Faces Of The Fallen" screen shot from the Washington Post website, all rights reserved

“Faces Of The Fallen” screen shot from the Washington Post website, all rights reserved

6,781 U.S. service members have died in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom

About Faces of the Fallen

Faces of the Fallen is a collection of information about each U.S. service member who has died as a result of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn and Operation Enduring Freedom.

This information is updated at least weekly from military releases, news service reports and local newspaper stories. The photographs come from news services, local newspapers and family members. The Washington Post cannot give permission to allow for third-party use of the photos in Faces of the Fallen due to contractual agreements with other news organizations.

Research by Magda Jean-Louis, Greg Linch, Whitney Fetterhoff and Mary Hadar.
Application design and development by Sisi Wei, Jeremy Bowers and Wilson Andrews.

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