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I Didn't Like Curious George

Note: This is another post pulled from my blog at dimland.com. It has been updated, revised, and corrected. And, yes, I know George is a chimpanzee. 778 kata lagi


What Is The Mandela Effect?

I’ve been thinking what I want to do with a blog and of course I want to create posts about life and fun things but I want to write about something that interests me as well as well as discuss what we aren’t being told as a society which includes a lot for example Conspiracy Theories! 639 kata lagi

Alternative Universes

Finding Aid Friday: Curious George and the Reys

Like many children, my kids are fans of Curious George, that cheeky little monkey brought to life by H.A. and Margret Rey. The Liberty Science Center… 433 kata lagi


Gods Own Country – Desserts Of Rajasthan: An Incredible Road Trip

Have you ever thought of taking up the laymen’s vehicle, Rickshaw, from Kerala to Rajasthan?? A big No, Right!!..

The UK based adventure company has again come up this year with the Rickshaw Run, a 3 –wheeler run from Fort Kochi, a water- bound region towards the south-west of the mainland Kochi to Rajasthan. 174 kata lagi

Vijisha Kannambath

Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. Stay Curious.

“Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.”

Steve Jobs, June 12, 2005, Stanford University, Commencement

At the risk of totally losing any and all credibility, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that Steve Jobs and Curious George are two of the most influential and iconic figures that I credit for guiding me to where I am in life and career today.

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It turns out that Curious George’s appeal is splitting: he’s more iconic and more beloved as a cartoon character than as one from books. This plays out in his Q Scores: though the over-all brand’s likeability is decreasing, the cartoon character has a higher Q Score than the original book character does.

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Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

A few shots of the holiday tree that brightens the UNC-TV lobby. How many familiar faces can you spot?