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...; It's just wonderful! Good appetite! The revolutionary digital waves of ordinaary people's resources sharing are reaching foods via websites such as VizEat worldwide or macaroons in Paris, spaghetti carbonara in Rome to an Italian aperitivo in New York etc. after that Uber (transport), Airbnb (accommodation) and BlaBlacar (ride sharing) have been really successful and popular among people. I think it only remains to bring monopolies of issuing passports and driving licences out of dirty hands of corrupted governments and dirty police! ;-)

https://www.vizeat.com/
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...; Happy Ramadan with relevant ahl al-bayt supplications by Imam Ali son of Hossayn son of Ali son of Abi Talib, Al-Sajjad Al-Zinolabedin (Sbut)! :-)
Supplication - 44  His Supplication for the Coming of the Month of Ramadan: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s44.htm
Imam Sajjad as 's  Supplication in Bidding Farewell to the Month of Ramadan: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s45.htm
الْحمدُ لِلّهِ الّذِي هدانا لِحمْدِهِ. al-Žamdu lil-líhil-ladhó hadíní liŽam-dihó wa jí'laní min ah-lih. Praise belongs to Allah who guided us to His praise and placed us among the people of praise,. لِنكُون لإحْسانِهِ مِن الشّاكِرِين. linakúna liiŽ-sínihó minash-shíkirón ...
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...;@Pedagogy:"The Theatre of the Oppressed" (Spanish: El Teatro del Oprimido (TdO), Portuguese: Teatro do Oprimido (TO)), a term coined by Augusto Boal, is a series of theatrical analyses and critiques developed in the 1950s. Boal is an avid supporter of utilizing interactive techniques, especially in the context of theatre. Many of his ideas are considered as "a new media perspective", despite the relatively early birth of these ideas. Since then, these ideas have been developed more, giving them meaning in a modern-day context. The creation of the Theater of the Oppressed is largely based on the idea of dialogue and interaction between audience and performer. Moreover, these ideas have served as a framework for the development and evolution of stronger ideas.

http://tophiladelphia.blogspot.com/2011/12/theatre-of-oppressed-glossary.html
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...; "When I was in 5th grade, I complained to my teacher, Mr. Tomazewski, that there must be more to mathematics than simple arithmetic. He concurred and gave me a 7th grade algebra book because he believed in me. I spent the summer working through every problem! With that simple act, Mr. Tomazewski had set me off on a career path that eventually led to the invention of the Internet."
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...; Governments, armies & giant companies such as Google are using more & more non-human techniques & psychology. For example, we see studying human behavior in giant companies by practicing the same changes humans applied in 30s on animals successfully; for example, not only separating them to laying hens which produce eggs & meat chickens that produce meat through specializations, but also by making their employees more & more "house more intensively"! i.e. the companies tend to keep them inside buildings more & more, even through free feed provision, so the chickens no longer need to go out & seek food, the food is provided in food hoppers or food troughs right under chicks' beaks! It's said that the standard distance in Google is "no more than 25 meters"! People! Don't work more than 8 hours! You have other aspects of life as well! Don't allow companies' psychologists to prepare you for their commercial purposes as dough for tandoors nor to milk you as a cow.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/mundo/noticias/2014/11/141121_economia_comidas_gratis_y_beneficios_en_las_empresas_finde_bd
Cada vez es más frecuente escuchar que algunas empresas, sobre todo si se mueven en el sector publicitario o tecnológico, ofrecen beneficios a sus empleados para mantenerlos felices. Pero, ¿es efectiva esta estrategia?
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...; Are these Best Of The Web? Meanwhile it is good not to neglect the power and importance of search in directories sometimes...
http://botw.org/
The WWW Virtual Library in different languages e.g. Spanish http://vlib.org/
Webcrawler is a search engine which searched other search engines: https://www.webcrawler.com/
and finally: www.duckdockgo.com and http://dontbubble.us/?kad=en_US
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Bravo Mohammad Hasanain Haykal, the knowledgeable man! :-) “The Saudis will be trapped in the Yemeni quagmire and they will be exhausted after they got engaged in a war with Yemen,” Mohammad Hasanain Haykal said in an interview with the Beirut-based Al Safeer newspaper. However, Haykal was even more critical of the Gulf countries when he spoke about the nuclear deal reached between Iran and Western countries: “Saudi Arabia and the GCC countries are too weak to cause problems about the nuclear agreement. They may complain to the US and blame them about the deal which they see as a betrayal. The UAE has so far taken a positive approach. We have to wait and see how these countries behave,” he said. Haykal said that only Iran, Turkey and India could to some extent be considered as pivot countries in the region. “Pakistan has numerous dangerous issues while Egypt is preoccupied. There is no Arab alliance that could assume its role. Saudi Arabia and the GCC countries are behaving in a retarded way,” he said.
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...; Also, writing for an Egyptian newspaper Al Shorouq, Fahmy Huweidi said the UAE was seeking to fill in a void in the Arab world, even though it did not have the adequate human resources to carry the task. He added that the UAE should reconsider its priorities, focus on humanitarian causes and avoid spending money on political issues.

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...; DeepDyve claims revolutionizing the way you access research.

https://www.deepdyve.com/
DeepDyve is the easiest way to get instant access to the academic journals you need.
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...; Comparison of living costs in different countries of the world. Numbeo also offers many other useful comparisons such as index for crimes etc. between cities and countries ...


http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/gmaps_rankings_country.jsp
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...; Chinese languages (or dialects) use tones. This means that they use high and low pitches to help make differences in meaning clear. Chinese does not have very many syllables. For instance, the words for "mother," "hemp," "horse," "scold," and a kind of question-mark word put at the end of sentences to make them into questions are all pronounced "ma" in Mandarin. So for "mother" you say "ma" high and level. For "hemp" you say "ma" starting low and ending high." For "horse" you say "ma" starting fairly high, dipping very low, and then going back up again. For "scold" you say "ma" starting high and ending low. Then to make a question out of a statement you add "ma," but you keep it very soft and short, and about on the same level. Mandarin has "first tone," "second tone," "third tone," "fourth tone," and "neutral tone." Other Chinese languages have more tones, some as many as nine.
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I want to become Imam Jafar Sadiq : )

Explanation to those who did not get what I mean: I'd like to be similar to those great multimath who knew a lot of different branches of science of their age e.g. Ali, Jafar Sadiq, Avicenna and so forth. It is never possible to learn everything, but it is possible to optimize the use of lifetime, Universities and other structures are not optimized and cannot offer the best suggestions at all.
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