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Many of you, your friends and family, now have, or soon will have COVID. You find yourselves at home, feeling terrible, wondering if you need to go to the ER. Here’s the advice I give to family & friends with COVID:
The course of illness is unpredictable and super variable. You might have minor sniffles for 2 days. You may feel like hot garbage for a week. You may get really, really sick. You’ll probably, hopefully, be fine.
A simple green curry receipe that uses the vegetables that are natually available to the japanese market. It is tasty.
Derived from this cook book
A collection of markdown files that were ripped from https://masterwiki.how/.
My friend @CJN sent me this workout a few years ago to do while traveling. It also works at home.
From a long deleted comment: http://www.avc.com/a_vc/2011/04/finding-and-buying-a-domain-name.html#comment-193649096
Okay, Kids, Here We Go...
"What You Need To Know About Your Next Domain Name"
I highly respect what Fred has done, and continues to do, to help entrepreneurs and for that I'd like to "give back" myself... and I'm posting anonymously as I have nothing to gain in anyway by sharing this information...
In this cluster we are talking about design principles and guidelines for anything from products to spaces to ads
we have mentioned already airport scenario, a lot of culture is visual and ads make visual space polluted and idea of algorithm device to work out accessible value.
a design system to help people more easily get into the mentality for design for and with deaf people
Too often we don’t know what to say to a person in grief, so we offer a cliché to minimize the loss. Too often we can’t stand to witness another person’s pain, so we offer a cliché to hurry the grief process. What may be a healing insight for the survivor is often an empty platitude when dispensed by others. Instead, give your presence, give your patience, and allow the griever to find his or her own path.
There are simple ways to respond that show the person you care and will be there to support them.