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You can get a head start on Google Play's upcoming Family Library (which allows you to share purchases with family members) by setting up an account right now. #android
Back in May, Google began notifying Android developers to prepare their apps for the all new Google Play Family Library, a way for families to share their apps, games, movies, and TV shows with one another. The plan -- which was originally supposed to go live on July 2nd but didn't -- allows for up to 6 people to partake in the sharing, using a single credit card on the main account to do all the purchasing. This feature isn't live yet, but you c...
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An astounding display of light rays over Wellington Harbour this morning, as if helping the Interislander ferry along on its voyage...

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A calm night over Breaker Bay in Wellington. So close to the city yet a wonderful place to view the Milky Way...

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A keloid is a benign growth of dense fibrous tissue developing from an abnormal healing response to a cutaneous injury, extending beyond the original borders of the wound or inflammatory response. Clinically, they are firm nodules and are frequently symptomatic, with most patients reporting tenderness or itching.

Keloids occur most commonly on the chest, shoulders, upper back, back of the neck and earlobes. For unknown reasons, keloids occur more frequently among Blacks, Hispanics and Asians and less commonly in Caucasians.

#keloid #scar   #hypertrophic   #dermatology   #davidroblesmd  
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Money reform is coming...
Computer scientists have devised a digital crypto-currency in league with the Bank of England that could pose a devastating threat to large tranches of the financial industry, and profoundly change the management of monetary policy.
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Skills needed in Australia

The most in-demand skills needed in Australia over the next ten years will be in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The government predicts that over the coming decade 75% of jobs in the fastest-growing industries will need skills and qualifications in these key subjects, known as S.T.E.M.

As the jobs market moves away from traditional industries it is affecting both the skills list for migrants and temporary workers and the teaching of students in schools.

To meet this growing demand for new academic and practical skills a major initiative has been launched to ensure educational institutions in Australia have the resources they need.

Darrell Todd, CEO of thinking Australia, says:

“This is good news for skilled workers seeking a new life in Australia.

Schools, colleges and universities will need teachers qualified in these S.T.E.M. subjects. And industry will also need the same skills.

Families seeking to migrate to Australia will want to know their children are being taught subjects that will enable them to get a job in this changing environment.”

The National Innovation and Science Agenda is driving change across educational institutions to ensure students get the skills they need for the jobs of tomorrow.

Skills in demand in Australia
Most in-demand skills include ICT, cyber security, science and engineering – with a special focus on females. Right now, only one in 10 engineering graduates in Australia is female. And the government is determined to greatly increase this figure.

Millions of dollars are being spent to support and encourage students in S.T.E.M subjects, with new initiatives aimed at all levels of education from pre-school to university and the wider community.

Support for school students includes online computing challenges, ICT summer schools, and a national ‘Cracking the Code’ competition.

Support for teachers includes tools to help implement the Digital Technologies curriculum; to drive digital literacy and to bring STEM professionals and ICT professionals into the classroom.

Initiatives include new prizes to recognise the STEM efforts of youth and early career research excellence; support for students in international competitions, developing learning tools and science and mathematics resources for early childhood educators.
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Cordyceps Fungus And Monster Girls
People who have been following my work would know that I've been drawing a series of Parasite Monster Girls (http://the-episiarch.deviantart.com/gallery/58399252/Parasite-MonMusu). Well, hora hora, here comes another one - meet Ophelia the Cordyceps Fungus Monster Girl.
In a way, this is almost like a revisit of Cordelia - the zombie ant monster girl I drew back in December last year (https://plus.google.com/+TommyLeung/posts/T9qsZTNm4RE). But this time, instead of:
"What if a monster girl is infected by some kind of Cordyceps fungus?"
It was:
"What if a monster girl is a Cordyceps fungus?"
Well, here's another Parasite Monster Girl - I just can't stop drawing them, it's like as if my mind has been taken over by something... Speaking of mind-controlling, this new monster gir...
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Make the best, forget the rest. DIY bug traps that get the job done. http://bit.ly/29gxA00
Defend yourself against stink bugs, mosquitoes, and fruit flies
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