How to live simply in a 39 foot RV — From Louise Hornor. The following guest post is from Unclutterer reader Louise Hornor.
When I discovered that Louise lives full time in a RV, I asked if she would be interested in sharing her unique perspective on simple living. Thank you, Louise, for writing such a truly inspiring guest post for us! My husband and I live full-time on the road in a 39 foot tour bus that has been converted into an RV. While this is considered fairly large by RV standards, it is a very small home, especially considering that we share it with one dog, two cats, and four tropical fish. Tutorials. Cool Open Source Games you should contribute to. [Update1 20-07-2011] As per numerous requests, the games list has been updated with some more cool games that I’ve missed.
They have been prepended to the top of the list and as before, they are in no particular order. While the popular conception when it comes to games for Linux is that they are almost non-existent, this is only true when it comes to big and popular commercial franchises that are backed up by giant video game studios and publishers like EA Games, Blizzard and Konami. On the other hand, Linux(and other platforms like *BSD) benefits from a myriad of open source and free games, some smaller for casual gaming and others more impressive like MMORPG’s and FPS’s that could compete with some of the commercial games out there in their branch either in the current state or given some fresh amount of contribution. 1.
100 Free Foreign Language Classes Online. March 1st, 2010 If you have always wanted to learn a language but were too put off by the high cost associated with most classes, then take a look at all these great opportunities to learn a foreign language online, at no cost to you.
With so many learning opportunities online, it is a shame not to take advantage of all that you can, so be sure to spend some time with these classes. Whether you want to learn one of the major world languages or want something a little less popular, there are sure to be lessons here to help you start to speak whatever language you are interested in learning. French. Table of contents. Latin Online: Series Introduction. Latin is probably the easiest of the older languages for speakers of English to learn, both because of their earlier relationship and because of the long use of Latin as the language of educational, ecclesiastical, legal and political affairs in western culture.
Moreover, we use the Latin alphabet, so that the language is read without difficulty. On the other hand, the sentence structure and number of forms require a great deal of attention, since the words of sentences are placed for their emphasis, rather than in accordance with a pattern like that of the English Subject-Verb-Object sentence. It is essential, then, to learn the basic inflections of nouns and verbs. Note: this set of lessons is for systems/browsers with Unicode support and fonts spanning the Unicode 3 character set relevant to Latin (with macrons). Lessons rendered in alternate character sets are available via links (Romanized and Unicode 2) in the left margin, and at the bottom of this page. Lingualia - Time to Learn Languages Online.
Sprachprofi - Free online Latin course (lessons in classical Latin for guided self-study) Resources for World Languages - Five College Center for the Study of World Languages. Italian Tutorials Index. Linguistics: The Scientific Study of Human Language. Learning linguistics is an important part of learning foreign languages.
Without knowledge of morphology and semantics, it is difficult to understand the meaning of words. Without knowledge of syntax, it is difficult to form proper sentences. Without knowledge of phonetics, it is difficult to pronounce new sounds correctly.
German. Spanish. Omniglot - the guide to languages, alphabets and other writing systems. Learning Languages. Old Norse for Beginners. Old Norse language, alphabet and pronunciation. Old Norse, the language of the Vikings, is a North Germanic language once spoken in Scandinavia, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and in parts of Russia, France and the British Isles.
The modern language most closely related to Old Norse is Icelandic, the written form of which has changed little over the years, while the spoken form has undergone significant changes. The earliest known inscriptions in Scandinavia date from the the 2nd century AD and were written in Runes mainly on stone, or on personal artifacts such as brooches and swords.
/Suggestions? /Enquiries? Contact the firstname.lastname@example.org Last updated :- 22:53 07-12-2011 EST myHq was created by eMason, also the creator of bookHq. Racket Turtle Runs in WeScheme! Introduction to Systematic Program Design - Part 1 - The University of British Columbia. About the Course Phones, diesel engines, animated newspapers, medical devices, games, political campaigns, medical research, mining, transportation systems, ... and so on, and on, and on... every day more of the world around us is at least partly run by computer programs.
This means that being able to design programs - or at least be able to work with people who design programs - is becoming a more and more valuable skill. To build your own programs you need to know two things: how to use the specific programming language and libraries needed, and the more general skill of how to design a program.