Spitfires close on play-off positions after delayed win
Not surprisingly the game lost all its shape and, with the clock ticking before 4.20pm, seven minutes of first-half stoppage time were announced. There was still time, though, for Eastleigh to create a decent late chance when Partington's goal-bound ...
April 11, 2015
Observing Report: The Herschel Sprint
This month marks the end of the first year of my stargazing adventure. Almost everything I look at is new, and a thrilling discovery to me. So when I saw an internet forum post referencing the S&T article on William Herschel's “Night of Discovery” of ...
April 1, 2015
The 101 Best Kanye West-Produced Songs That Don't Feature Kanye
It spans from the work Kanye did on forgotten Chi-town rapper Grav's Down to Earth album back in 1996, all the way up to his work on Madonna's Rebel Heart album from earlier this month, without a single rap from the late registrant featured. The ...
March 31, 2015
Fitbit Surge activity tracker review
stairs climbed and heart rate. Is that all you're asking? Yeah pretty much. Although most trackers can also track calories burned, distance and sleep, I really only care about steps, stairs and heart rate. Having said that, it's how it track those ...
April 6, 2015
"Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies"
They had suddenly appeared one morning, like strange stigmata, then grown and vanished over the next month, leaving large map-shaped marks on her back. Almost In the end, commonplace particulars make up Carla's memories of illness: the clock, the ...
March 26, 2015
Concerns raised over patient call bells at new MUHC site
A blue light will flash over the patient's doorway, but the hallways are L-shaped and these lights cannot be seen from the other side of the ward. Nor is it much better during a busy day — the alarms are about as loud as a low-volume alarm clock ...
April 7, 2015
The Night I Spoke Up About My #BlackSuicide
The most terrifying mornings were when I'd wake up to the alarm clock on my iPhone at 6 a.m., but was unable to turn over from my stomach; removing my bed linens was like digging myself out from under a quilt filled with concrete. . at Mama and me ...
March 22, 2015
I saw the title of this post on a social network somewhere, referring to the fact that if someone is raised from the dead you tend to refer to them as a zombie. We have had an utterly bonkers few days, I was off work on Friday and today. The first day off was spent preparing food and going down to visit Janice in Mandurah. On Saturday I took Josh to Garden City to exchange a new alarm clock that has issues with the display, works otherwise though. We swapped the clock, then had a look in Myers at the Octonauts toys (think that was the highlight for Joshua) then stopped for a drink, Joshy had a babycino and a heart shaped shortbread biscuit, mine was a Diet Coke. Yesterday Bob popped over in the morning at about ten, he had a cup of tea and we all chatted, while Joshua played with his Lego and did some colouring, then went outside to play on his trampoline, while Bob and I threw his frisbee and a couple of... After Bob had left we went to Julie’s for lunch. Donna has been down for a few days and she was leaving this morning, so we went over to spend a bit of time before she went. Today Deanne and I got a bit of a lie in, only waking up at about half eight, which is almost unheard of these days. I got up and made some sausage mix to start preparing for Joshua’s family party next weekend, I froze the mix then not long afterwards Julie and Rick dropped the young ‘un off.
A month or so ago I was in London doing a design internship with the on-trend fashion company Oh My Love . Based in East London, everyday I passed through Westfield shopping centre on my journey across the city. One evening when I wasn't rushing through I actually stopped for a spot of shopping only to discover the fun-loving eclectic shop Tiger. Their website showcases their range of products, however every shop stocks different variations, so that gives you an excuse to pop in every shop of theirs you see.
2012, an ordinary day in the life of an ordinary individual who knew nothing apart from work. I was going through the review comments that I had received from my onshore technical architect regarding few of the test cases that I had written. He wanted a walk-through review meeting and he assured me to close all the comments and he even informed me that he would give me additional scenarios. Regression testing is testing the additional modules other than the impacted modules of software so as to find any bugs that got introduced as a part of a defect fix. Yes, I knew it. I said to myself and moved on to the next set of questions. For 5 hours, I religiously googled for different testing interview questions. By the time I left for home, I had known most of the important interview questions. The next morning was an important day for me. I was going to attend a job interview after 2 long years. I had set an early morning alarm at 5 am. I revised few concepts. By the time the clock struck 7, my confidence level had grown strong. Some say the first impression is the best impression. I called Sheetal wanting to remind her of the job interview. I anyhow wanted to grab the opportunity and get the job. Early morning almost all railway stations.
Fixes will not delay the transfer of MUHC patients
Even hitting the Code Blue alarm, which signals that a patient is in danger of dying, cannot be heard in hallways, the source said. A blue light will flash over the patient’s doorway, but the hallways are L-shaped and these lights cannot be seen ...
April 7, 2015