by Stopwatch Gardener Cottage Gardening Podcast
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Tags: stopwatchgardener, Rare Plants for Rare Disease Research, spring
The garden is waking up, with birds and bumblebees starting to show their faces. Plus, talking about moving plants around and purging what you don't want.
Hello it was a bit sad today cos we left ___ after 3 weeks after first arrived and it was beginning to feel a bit like our permanent base but we've moved South and it's exciting because we're coming South on different routes to the way we came and we're going to Dvina River so we're driving along the frozen river so it's an official ice highway it's not just that we headed along the river it's a proper road it's marked on maps it's been cleared it's got road signs and everything. We did have a laugh amongst us when we saw a triangular road sign warning us there were bumps ahead and this is after we've been jiggled about being rattled all over the place for the past sort of hour or so and then there was a sign warning us that there were bumps for the next kilometre and we turned to each other and went oh what just the next kilometre great. But yeah there's road signs and there's other traffic but it is the.
Hi well we've had a long exhausting cold day but a spectacular day on the road of bones the infamous road of bones and it really has lived up to it's name parts of it have been really good going but the last few hours have just seemed to go on and on and on and the road has got sort of smaller and bumper and bumper until it's little more than a track and the history of this place is always sort of in your mind really the fact that it was built by ___ prisoners that didn't make it out again which is why it's called the road of bones because they say under the road is the bodies of all the prisoners that helped build this road. So it's a tragic history but the scenery around it is just absolutely mind blowing and because it's so cold it's all kind of a bit weird all the trees are pasted with snow there very white.
Hi, it's Felicity again. Today we're on the road from ___ which was a tiny little place off from main road we stayed last night to Cora Modino(?) but I know I'm tag along I can't remember I say properly but it's not Cora Modino(?) and again it's another tiny little place so we're not quite sure what ___ but we're we're staying at the home today though and today it's been another really good road day. There's been in new roads built although it's brand new it's bumpy places. We didn't probably because of time across so it's a a bit bumpy and it's also a bit flare of any kind of service stations or any town cos we've got new roads in built straight away through the forest so it doesn't go through any of the settlements and so we have to be quite careful about filling up to where we can where we see fuels so that we don't run low and we've also been taking our chances a bit with the road to a cafes because we're ___
by Nikischer Course Announcements
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Tags: Discussion, draft literature review, research journal entry
Hello Everyone, Thank you for a terrific discussion during Week #10. I truly enjoyed sharing my research work with you. I was so impressed by your excellent questions about “Walking the Methodological Tightrope” and for our discussion about the text Speed Bumps. You did such a wonderful job on the discussions board. I can’t tell you enough how much I appreciate it, and how happy I was to be able to share some of my work with you. All of your draft literature reviews have been scored and returned, so please be sure to take a look at the detailed feedback that I provided in your documents and feel free to contact me at any time with questions and concerns. Some of you gave me a lot information to work with and I gave you as much feedback on that as I could. Others of you did not give me back as much information and so I want to give everyone particularly, those of you who didn’t give me as much information, the opportunity to upload any documents you will like me to review in this week’s research journal entry. The research journal is currently set up so that we can have a conversation about any outstanding questions you may have about your literature review and also so that we can talk about what hypothetical research model you will be proposing in your presentation. But, you are also welcome to upload your current draft of your literature review if you would like additional feedback. If you do upload a more current draft, please let me know what you have changed so that I can respond accordingly. Next week we will be finishing our discussion of research methods. We will be talking about mixed methods research, participatory action research (PAR) and we’ll also be talking about two non-empirical forms of research and we will be reading articles by our own chair Dr. Susan Birden. Dr. Birden has also generously made an audio clip for us describing what type of processes of research that she conducts and the audio tape is really interesting and it is available in Week #11. Next week, in addition to our discussion, you will be completing your literature review and project presentation materials and during Week #12 you’ll begin our project presentations. I really look at project presentations as an additional form of learning in this course- we’ll be learning with and from each other and engaging in a bit of peer review. I hope you all are open to the process! I think it is going to be incredibly valuable. As always, I have office hours next week on Tuesday and Wednesday and you are welcome to contact me at any time to set up an alternative time to meet. The “Ask the Instructor” discussion board is open, so feel free to post questions and have a terrific weekend. Thanks everyone!
Sextus in via erat. draco esuriebat, et Sextum vidit. Sextus timebat, quod nolebat cibum draconis esse. Sextus fugere volebat, sed non poterat, quod draco rapide currebat. Periculosus Sextum cepit et decapitavit. (et cetera)
by Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments channel
Tags: Yamaha CP70, Brass VST, Strings VSTi
http://syntheway.net - A Walk In The Black Forest (Horst Jankowski) ElectriKeys Yamaha CP70 Normal, Syntheway Strings, Aeternus Brass VST instruments (PC Windows, Mac OS X) "Eine Schwarzwaldfahrt" Originally by German pianist Horst Jankowski from The Genius Of Jankowski! album (1965) Easy listening / Orchestral Pop :- VST Instruments List -: 1.- ElectriKeys ePiano (CP70) http://electrikeys.syntheway.net 2.- Aeternus Brass (Orchestral Brass, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba) http://aeternusbrass.syntheway.net 3.- Syntheway Strings (Default Full Strings in background) http://strings.syntheway.net 4.- Fantasize SoundFont SF2 Player (Bass, Guitar sf2 samples) http://fantasize.syntheway.net
http://syntheway.net - Black Magic Woman (Santana cover/intro*) with Syntheway Afro-Latin Percussion: Bongo, Conga, Timbales, African Kit, Master Hammond B3 Organ, ElectriKeys Rhodes Electric Piano VST Plugins software. (Afro-Latin-Rock fusion) Formats available: Original VST Windows PC (.dll). Also adapted versions for AU Audio Unit (.component) and VST (.vst) for Mac OS X, Native Instruments NKI Sample Library for Kontakt, EXS24 MkII Sample Library for Apple Logic and Ableton Live Sampler. Note: Covered from Carlos Santana version from Abraxas album. Black Magic Woman, song originally written by Peter Green for Fleetwood Mac in 1968