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Harry Potter has been a part of my life since I was in high school. I've read the books, seen the movies too many times to count and my daughter is a huge fan. It's become part of who I am. I was sad to see it end. I cried at the beginning of the movie. What I Learned from Harry Potter - StumbleUpon

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Learn to be Still.. - wave avenue - StumbleUpon

Posted by rd on Monday, January 23, 2012 · I love browsing thru quotes that I could ponder on at the start of the week and I’m glad to be sharing these with you. Here’s a question: Have you ever tried doing everything at once? It’s tiring isn’t it? Everything happens to quickly now and we feel the need to keep up with the pace. Learn to be Still.. - wave avenue - StumbleUpon

100 Most Inspirational Quotes Of All Time - Global One TV - StumbleUpon

Courtesy of My-Inspirational-Quotes.com 1. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. 100 Most Inspirational Quotes Of All Time - Global One TV - StumbleUpon

17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega) - wave avenue - StumbleUpon

Posted by rd on Monday, August 15, 2011 · Mozambique based illustrator Alex Noriega loves drawing, reading and drawing even more. Alex was born and raised in Barcelona, went to Llotja, an art and illustration school also in Barcelona. After finishing school, he worked odd jobs and eventually landed a job as an illustrator in a fashion company. Finally, the call to blog got to him. 17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega) - wave avenue - StumbleUpon
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↩ Jacobs Ephemerata If you’ve not read Bruce Schneier’s book ‘Liars and Outliers,’ his essay ‘The battle for power on the Internet' in The Atlantic is well worth a gander. […] we need to work to reduce power differences. The key to all of this is access to data. On the Internet, data is power. To the extent the powerless have access to it, they gain in power. To the extent that the already powerful have access to it, they further consolidate their power. ↩ Jacobs Ephemerata