Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Carnival of Chaos - January 3, 2012

Welcome to the January 3, 2012 edition of carnival of chaos.

Chaos

Jonny presents 11 Tips to Revise Effectively posted at Smart blog, saying, "I give some tips and tricks on how to revise effectively for any subject of choice. I wish you all the best for the future."

Tom Payne presents Chaos Theory and History posted at The Template of Time, saying, "Chaos theory holds that chaos is ubiquitous, stable and structured. History, one of the most chaotic systems, is just that. It is so structured it enables one to forecast future events. This article details some of the forecasts that have been realized."

David Leonhardt presents Individuality Explained posted at Self-Help Happiness Blog, saying, "Chaos in my daughter's socks! She has found a unique way to express her individuality through fashion."
photo by Minerva Bloom

It's Art

Laura Grace Weldon presents Let The Youngest Teach You Mindfulness posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, "Learn to live in the present moment, letting the youngest be your guide."

Bethany presents Dissecting Owl Pellets posted at Little Homeschool Blessings.This sounds as fun as it is educational.
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Something smells....

GT Laden presents How to not get caught plagiarizing : Greg Laden's Blog posted at Greg Laden's Blog.

What I do for Eden

Socratez presents How To Find Your Destiny posted at Socratez Online, saying, "This article is about finding purpose by changing our perspective and connecting to the world around us."
photo by Ruth Bourne


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