by Lisa's phlog
1845 John Mix Stanley Born: Canandaigua, New York 1814 Died: Detroit, Michigan 1872 oil on canvas 40 1/2 x 60 3/4 in. (102.9 x 154.3 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of the Misses Henry 1985.66.248,932 Smithsonian American Art Museum 2nd Floor, South Wing
by Key West This Week
Tags: Key west, art, haiti
This week's podcast is with Shannon Perkins of One World One Canvas. She talks to us about taking her high school art class students to Haiti and other places around the world to help children through art.
The two other light and freaking fire approach the thief(?) whoever I advise. The first one I thought the other ___ with this motion fly for Wendy ___ of the dawn. Spend the embassy of love disease and like ___ for let's do a long extended debt oppress as the life of vision to we record for those those messages ___ he is and but now come back again to serve of they're help is coming is to me this call I joy but then ___ glad. I send the back of canvas today bro. Bye. Later.
by A Conversation with The Six Minute Strategist
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Tags: six minute strategist, jbdcolley, business model generation
This Eye Piece introduces the Business Generation Model which is available as an instructive book, a iPad application in the form of the Business Model Toolbox and a pdf The Business Model Canvas for brainstorming. So three in one. I am finding it a stimulating methodology for thinking about business modelling and I hope you will too. Their website is http://www.businessmodelgeneration.com Thank you for joining the Conversation
I thought I'd give you a quick call update to start of the Pirates of the Archipelago(?) fortune day ___ trip even though we actually aren't yet of the archipelago(?). We won't even get to the archipelago(?) for another ___ or so hours. The east side contingent of myself and the Steven Canvas(?) he left the in the ___ Lagonia(?) area to meet up with the car pool lot that we usually use and we all got down there about noonish and had a straight forward drive with a requisite traditional stop at Tony's over at Verge one Tony's is a classic diner that isn't really as good as it once was
by Oxfam America: Speak Up For Haiti
Tags: peason, boston massachusetts, people of haiti
My name is Donna Peason(?). I'm calling from Boston Massachusetts. We need to keep our promise to stand with Haiti. I want canvas(?) to support legislation and help the people of Haiti.
by Dr. Princess-O`dilia's phlog
Tags: knowledge wisdom, true purpose, prestigious award
Tee(?) in the name of the multi the source of all blessing and abilities flow. God the universe life thank you. The Bill Warded(?) such a prestigious award. Such as the African Leadership of excellence award. I am honored and humbled. It has not been my intent to work for such an honor. But it is my fashion to serve and to see that they're be a word of piece and billions of people living they're life true purpose attaining it with Tee(?) knowledge wisdom and clarify. Therefore this canvas such a great surprise. Involved of our nation to realize and to live our lives through purpose. There by to attain a world of piece as a true purpose being brings clarity to ___
This is Stephanie's(?) interview with Jenny about what a trade is and what an investment is and the difference. Ok a trade is a stock that relates to a canvas(?) of that stock and it's short term and that's about a week to 6 months before the canvas(?) happen and just so you know what happens in the bank ___ be it good or bad that happens and it affects your stock and then after that you sell the stock. An investment is a long term which is about 7 months or more because as a possible increase or benefit to the buyer and it has no canvas(?) but it does have a price point that they want to reach before they sell it. Ok and that's it. Thank you, Jenny.
by Beth's phlog
This podcast discusses the German-British-American timeline of Romanticism, the relationship between Romanticism and Realism, and the pendulum swing between science and "nature." Photo: Caspar David Friedrich, Wanderer above the Sea of Fog, Oil on canvas, Kunsthalle Hamburg