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Three doctors over breakfast discussing contracts, diabetes, trauma and hearts

At breakfast sat down doctors three
The advice that we gave was for free
We talked about cases
And contractual places
And what we should charge for a fee.
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Being A Doctor

A Rook Game

Problem: Two players take turns moving a rook on an 8×8 chessboard. The rook is only allowed to move south or west (but not both in a single turn), and may move any number of squares in the chosen direction on a turn. 157 more words

Proof Gallery

The thing about ‘scale’ (or Cloudonomics 101)

While I thought this post will be about my take on state of the Public Cloud market – what does the market look like currently, what customer segments are there, what’s driving the adoption behaviors and how would this market evolve in say next 18-24 months etc., and as I… 1,274 more words

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Why the voluntary youth sector needs to play more ‘games’

I was talking with a senior manager the other day about how the voluntary sector, and particularly the youth sector, is forgetting how to have fun, and more specifically explaining the value that games and play brings to CPD, team development and group work.  1,189 more words

Matt Lent

An Interview with Sean Ennis

Sean Ennis is the author of Chase Us, a collection of connected stories set on the outskirts of Philadelphia. Ennis is a Philadelphia native now living in Water Valley, Mississippi. 1,595 more words

How To Write A Short Story

Climate Accords and the Credible Commitment Issue

Attention-grabbing headlines this morning said that Obama was seeking to circumvent Congress in order to pass a far-reaching “accord” on climate with the international community.  Treaties have to be ratified by the Senate, but the President has a fair amount of leeway to negotiate anything short of a legally binding treaty.   399 more words

The legal philosophy of red-light cameras

Many cities around the world have installed high-tech red-light cameras at busy intersections to increase safety and raise traffic revenues — though some cities are already starting to phase-out these cameras. 612 more words