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An Excerpt from The Mass Readings Explained, 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

This is an excerpt from The Mass Readings Explained video series on the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A). In this video excerpt from The Mass Readings Explained, Dr. Pitre comments on the implications of Jesus beginning his public ministry in the land of Zebulun and Naphtali, especially as it pertains to the restoration of the Lost Tribes of Israel.
 
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Ben Gill on Performance Enhancing Visual Effects

Hi, my name is Ben Gill and I’m a filmmaker and designer based out of Orlando, 

 

 

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Editing Non-scripted Projects: Music Video

fortunate coincidence, I was recently contacted by a young singer, Oktawia Kawęcka, who had just recorded a cover of the Oscar winning “Writing’s on the Wall” by Sam Smith (well, at that point in time it hadn’t won an Oscar yet), asking for an editor. It was extremely hard to resist the temptation. So I didn’t

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Meeting Old Friends, Making New

IBC hold a very dear place in my heart. Even though my daily job now is software development, I decided not to skip the event this year. I did limit my attendance to just Saturday and Sunday though.

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48 Hours with Resolve and Fusion

Disclaimer: Blackmagic Design was kind enough to supply me with a full version of Fusion Studio to check out the latest features. It most certainly influenced this article, 

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We are not in 1962 and we are militarily strong, but India can’t afford a piecemeal approach to Doklam style events

The ongoing ‘skirmishes’ in the Doklam plateau have been engaging India’s attention as a behaviour that is ‘different from normal’ on part of the Chinese – assertive, provocative and obdurate. That a third party, Bhutan, is involved adds to the murkiness. A closer look, however, shows it as no different from Sun Tzu’s principle of strategic deception.

 

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50 Beautiful Hand-Drawn Web Design

In case you have not noticed, a LOT of people have already started blogs. Some people write about very specific interests, and some prefer to keep things general. As a rule, if you want to get noticed by the search engines, you're better off starting with some type of focus, but if you prefer to go general, there's certainly nothing stopping you except possibly your fear of the unknown. When you are just toying with the idea of starting a blog, it's very easy to talk yourself out of starting. Most people are pretty resistant to change and to trying unfamiliar things. That's completely natural. The thing is though, you've got to be willing to stretch your boundaries a bit and to explore new areas that seem intimidating as you move forward. I happen to prefer (and recommend) building your blog on a domain that you own. (I'll go into reasons for this in another upcoming post). The truth is though, if you want to, you can start a blog for free today and it will not cost you a dime. There is some considerable downside to this plan though, and I'll post about it shortly, but the fact remains that you can start a blog for free if you really want to get your message out to the world.
 
 
 
 
 

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First for Everything

Do you remember? Way back when, you were young and were still trying to figure out things in elementary school. I remember when I was young I had the hardest time with reading. I just remember being in class, so nervous to be called upon to be the next person to read. I was scared that I would stumble over a few words and felt the silent judgment of my classmates. Even though there was no judgment, I just imagined this weight on top of me. How I stumbled over the words and pausing because I wanted to make sure the next few words I said was perfectly flowing. Popcorn reading was the bane of my existence. I could not read ahead and it was always so sudden. In fourth grade, I remember being taken to the back to do reading packets with the other two guys who could not read. I guess I was not able to read at a fourth-grade level but I was able to finish those reading packets 15 minutes ahead of the other two. Even though I finished early, I can see through the window the other students doing their readings. Why was I not over there with them if I can finish these packets so fast? Am I still not good enough? I can still feel the frustration I had to this day. That is what I attribute my utter disdain of reading too.

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How Much Should You Have Saved by 30?

Your life to date has likely been framed by the pursuit of some near-term milestones.
 
Graduating from high school? Check.
 
College? Check.
 
Launching your career? Check.
 
Moving out on your own? Check…or at least soon to be checked. Right?
 
Now things begin to get a bit more interesting, which is a euphemism for demanding. While you’re focused on paying the rent, paying off the Stafford, and paying down the credit card balance, you should also be focused on the longest-term of milestones: saving for retirement.

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Eat24

If you were to land on a random one of Eat24's blog posts, you might think we're crazy for including them in this list. About 90% of their posts are about getting free coupons -- which isn't exactly a blogging best practice we'd advocate. 

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