I created a prismo account to share cool links about history and culture stuff:
Je viens de créer un compte prismo pour partager des liens en rapport avec l'histoire et la culture en général:
Good article about the suppressed contributions of women in science. While I would optimistically like to think that most people know about Rosalind Franklin's contribution to the discovery of the structure of DNA now, the problem goes much deeper.
Please *contact me*. All I need is the domain name, which EU Member State it's located in, and the rough topic of the instance. Approximate user count welcome, but not necessary.
Please help. This is important.
What is the difference between USA and USB? Show more
One connects to all of your devices and accesses the data, the other is a hardware standard.
Tea, muesli and study. Allons-y. #AmStudying
En 1880, dans les Hautes-Alpes, un menuisier cache un récit autobiographique sous le plancher qu’il était en train de poser dans un château. Sachant qu’il ne sera pas lu avant cent ans, il se livre et n’épargne personne dans le village, offrant une peinture acérée des mœurs de son temps. #histoire #menuisier #conférence https://youtu.be/WLhZn90L1kw
Today, I study the last century of the Roman Republic. #AmStudying
Would 5 people be willing to back up my UK Parliament petition to provide a Nest-like scheme for installing sound insulation in the homes of low income people for free?
(I’m autistic and struggling with the noise from my neighbours and the shop below!)
This is a SOS.
I'm taking an online course but I don't know how to study. I mean it literally.
The material is a 100 pages pdf. Obviously I can't learn everything in it. I don't know how to find a way to study that works for me. Should I just read it again and again or take notes while reading, or doing mind mapping (but then how do I choose what is important to know)...
What I'm asking is what is your own method to study? Do you have any tips on how to find my own way ?
Ok i have a #Academic #School question + need advice?
I haven't been in a math class (and school) in more than a year. I am now taking a college algebra course, and i'm doing... ok? It just started, and there are some things I remember but there's a lot of blanks. I can solve certain things, but without really knowing why (which I know will screw me over once exams start)
My question is, do I take some time right now since the semester started to refresh, or just go along with the course?
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