Daily Archives: November 29, 2016

NOT The Picture Of The Day (Sony a6000) III — November 29, 2016.

by Anura Guruge


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Taken with my new Sony a6000.

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NOT The Picture Of The Day (Sony a6000) II — November 29, 2016.

by Anura Guruge


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Taken with my new Sony a6000.

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NOT The Picture Of The Day (Sony a6000) I — November 29, 2016.

by Anura Guruge


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Taken with my new Sony a6000.

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6 Sony a6000 Images Of The Day — November 29, 2016.

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NO post-processing whatsoever.

With my Sony a6000.
Click here for resolution details.

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Picture Of The Day (Sony a6000) — November 29, 2016: Laser Lights Reflecting Off Raindrops!

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Taken with my new Sony a6000.

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Sony a6500 Help Guide Now Available — PDF & Print Versions.

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Please refer to these two posts:

1. For PDF version.

2. For Printed version.


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Flag-Burning, Trump-Inciting “Hampshire College” Is NOT, I Repeat, “NOT”, In New Hampshire!

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Google “Hampshire” for all the latest NEWS.


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“Hampshire College” Website. Click to access.


“Hampshire College” is NOT in New Hampshire.

It is in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Yes, there is an Amherst, New Hampshire
BUT it is NOT there.

Here is a MAP to help you get your bearings.

Boston is in Massachusetts.

I am in New Hampshire.

OK? Clear?

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I just heard CNN (no less) refer to “Hampshire College” in New Hampshire!

There is MORE to “Hampshire” than New Hampshire AND I am allowed to say that because I lived in Hampshire (Hants) for 9 years BEFORE moving to New Hampshire.

“Hampshire” predates New Hampshire. That makes sense, right?

The name comes from “Hamtun” — the original name of historic Southampton.

So now YOU know.


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Paddy Kelly (Of ‘The Brigadoons’), Canada’s Celtic Music Maestro, Has A Christmas CD For 2016.

by Anura Guruge


CD Cover

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Song List

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Order from his Website.

You can pay with PayPal, US $20.

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Think – Today: What Is The Most Widely Spoken Language In The World?

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What is this tower and why have I used it against this post?

Have you ever given that any thought? English, especially with the Web, definitely feels like the lingua franca of the day. [By the way, what does lingua franca mean?] So is English the predominant language in the World. It is worth thinking about.


Think first, then research, then THINK again. Think for the pleasure of thinking.


Yesterday’s ‘Think’: “24 hours in a day” — the ancient Egyptians came up with this. We know that because we have been able to find sundials testifying to this. They split the day into 10 DAYLIGHT hours. Then added a TWILIGHT hour at each end to get 12. Then 12 hours of darkness. The 12 hours was because the Egyptians didn’t count (to 10) using the fingers of their hands! Instead they counted using the JOINTS in the four, non-thumb fingers of a hand. Each non-thumb finger has 3 joints. Have a look. 4 fingers, each with 3 joints = 12. Easier to count. You can count using the forefinger (index finger) of one hand … Plus 12 has more divisors than 10. In other words 12 can be divided by (1), 2, 3, 4 & 6. That helps when trying to divvy up things. Ten, on the other hand, is only divisible by (1), 2 & 5. Not as handy.


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Meditation For The Day — Starting Each Day With A Plan.

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