SurvLoop Winter Upgrades: Cannabis PowerScore

This winter included many SurvLoop system upgrades while building out the Cannabis PowerScore. It collects information of resource efficiency from cannabis growers. This is the third installation of my SurvLoop open data management software — OpenPolice.org is coming soon, DrugStory.me Continue reading SurvLoop Winter Upgrades: Cannabis PowerScore

#FakeHistory – U.S. School Histories Falsified Through Pro-British Propaganda

Audiobook Review Cross-Posted: https://steemit.com/propaganda/@wikiworldorder/hqegxc5z Given the rising awareness of Fake News, perhaps we’re ever more ready to also be vigilant against Fake History. Our understanding of history provides the context for understanding current events, and making future decisions. “A very Continue reading #FakeHistory – U.S. School Histories Falsified Through Pro-British Propaganda

How To Install the Laravel PHP Framework on Digital Ocean

If you instead want to install Laravel on your local computer, here my previous article on how to install on a Mac: wikiworldorder.org/2016/11/26/coding-with-laravel-installing-homestead-on-a-mac/ Create Your SSH Key, If You Haven’t Already From the macOS Terminal (Applications -> Utilities) — or Continue reading How To Install the Laravel PHP Framework on Digital Ocean

Being Responsible for Our Feelings – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/03/05/being-responsible-for-our-feelings/ It is easy to blame other people for our emotions.  “He makes me so angry!  Why can’t he just pick up his shoes from the walkway!”  “She disappointed me; I thought she was going to be more Continue reading Being Responsible for Our Feelings – by Kind Communication

Reflective Listening – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/02/05/reflective-listening/ Almost every time I introduce reflective listening to couples, they groan.  “Why do I need to repeat back to my partner what they just said??  It’s so, patronizing/cumbersome/annoying.”  And yet, at least 50% of the time when Continue reading Reflective Listening – by Kind Communication

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/01/15/celebrating-martin-luther-king-jr/ “1963 is not an end, but a beginning…” Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  It is a day we celebrate this man’s legacy.  It is said that when Marshall Rosenberg was developing Nonviolent Communication he based Continue reading Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. – by Kind Communication

What’s Behind that New Year’s Resolution? – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/01/03/whats-behind-that-new-years-resolution/ If you are someone who makes New Year’s resolutions, New Year’s intentions, I invite you to ponder what lies behind that resolution? Let’s take a really common example…”my new year’s resolution is to lose 10, 20, 30, Continue reading What’s Behind that New Year’s Resolution? – by Kind Communication

Giving Thanks – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/11/29/giving-thanks/ For many of us today, it is too easy to fall into despair, dejection, and pessimism.  Whether it’s the current political climate, struggles with work, or stress with family around the holidays, we can find ourselves focusing Continue reading Giving Thanks – by Kind Communication

Shame – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/11/13/shame/ The most powerful emotion in the human experience is not anger, fear, or joy: its shame.  Shame is the feeling associated with beliefs that I am wrong, broken, or bad.  Physically, shame may feel like a “cold Continue reading Shame – by Kind Communication