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Renata Davidson
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Discounts to polite customers. Nice idea for any business anywhere :)
Mind your manners, s'il vous plaît! Cafe owners in southern France aren't playing around when they say the milk of human kindness should be in order when you order your café au lait.
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Wow, I've learned a lot from this single artcile. I'm working now on my company website, but now I'm begiining to think, maybe I should give Wordpress.com a second look. Could be easier and faster. Any thoughts on pros and cons on using wordpress for business website?
 
The 15 Most Common WordPress Mistakes to Avoid - Jeff Bullas http://buff.ly/1hBbyDU
WordPress is the most popular platform for bloggers who are serious about online publishing. Here are 15 of the most common WordPress mistakes.
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Science everywhere :)
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I prefer the smell of new books, but that is probably completely different story (and compound) :)
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This is so good. You can even learn something new from this quiz.

#psychology  
Steven Pinker culled exam questions from his Harvard course “Psychological Science.” Test your knowledge.
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LOL :) I cried from laughter :D Sooo funny!
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Love Graham Norton.
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"Where else all over the world could you possibly find a coffeehouse which is famous for having its guests dining next to musical entertainment, such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven back in 1788? Mozart´s last public performance took place in our coffeehouse at March 4th, 1791."

The oldest coffe house in Vienna. One day I will go there :)
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It seems that the race continues. If you take into account the slave conditions of the workers - construction of such modern-day pyramids is in my opinion obscene and disgusting.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2013/11/colour-slavery-2013112483045927138.html 
Aljazeera Dubai Modern Slavery 

#slaverystillexists   #sweatshops  
The Kingdom Tower in Jeddah will be 1km tall, dwarfing the current tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai
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The story of incredible Maria Skłodowska-Curie. It seams that after 100 years the world didn't change much. She had to face xenophobia, prejudice against the women and hatred towards science in general (as it was perceived "not needed" by some of her opponents). The press quickly came from admiration to insult. Her views on education were that children should be taught science since the very early age and by the best possible teachers. Something we didn't achieve in this modern times. Her daughter was also awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry, which proves, that her ideas about education were right. Great article.
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+Renata Davidson take a close look at +Dan Kahan's several posts on trying to tease cognitive prejudices apart. He is now looking at combinations of extreme beliefs.
Just keep slogging down the page to see the record of how it developed.
http://www.culturalcognition.net/blog/
He and Mooney got some very practical education on holding a public discussion with people who identify heavily but deny cognitive disability. <-- joke
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"You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and I’ll show you how deep the rabbit hole goes." 

I choosed the red pill. I'm taking the road less travelled.

I am:
  • Internet addict, 
  • science & technology fan, 
  • social media enthusiast, 
  • art & photography admirer, 
  • buddhist & psychology reader,
  • vegetarian (planning to go vegan one day).
Also: Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery professional.
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Survived high school, has 3 kids, doesn't have a boss or a master :)
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  • University of Warsaw
    IPSiR, 1986 - 1992
  • XXI LO im Hugona Kołłątaja
    1982 - 1986
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