Interesting post about copyright at http://lorelleteaches.com/2012/08/12/copyright-how-to-quote-and-cite-sources/
Having been the target of copyright thieves, and working with writers, authors, and photographers on copyright protection and laws for over 25 years, I thought I’d talk a little about what to do when someone steals your content.
Today on the roof I pointed, sanded, painted, sawed, nailed, and made a slidey cross wooden thingymajig to help get the bottoms of the slates lined up…
I think that’s what they call a ‘jig’
Thursday 31st July 2014, sawing another inch off the house.
So I really did see a black concorde over Stonehenge one festival – always thought it wasn’t a hallucination!
Thursday I finished preparing the wall plate, having filled the cracks with wood glue, squeezed in some frame filler for windows which I had, primed it, painted it, and built up the edge with bits of batten, topping them with plastic airvents. Then I battened over, ready for rain!
How shall I cover these cracks in the oak wallplate before putting the slates back? Any accidental water would sit on the oak, creep down the cracks in it and by the brick chimney and rot it. The cement render on the wall originally came to above the top of the oak, there was a line of bricks along there – but the lime mortar had changed to powder so there was no protection against damp – which would have stayed in there and had no air to dry it out. Maybe I should put a roof batten on top of the oak and then a plastic vent? And fill the gaps with wood glue? Or paint the top of the oak? and what about the gap between the oak and the chimney brick – silicon mastic? Suggestions please….
I’ve been reading the wiki at https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Motivation_and_emotion/Textbook/Motivation/Unconscious_motivation#The_History_Behind_the_Unconscious_Motivation_Concept , and as I come to understand it I’m correcting little grammar mistakes of tense, and trying to make things a little clearer. This is a fantastic way to study something new.
On many levels.
“The Esteem Needs- Esteem needs are the last of the basic needs and are divided into two types of needs. The first is based on our need to see ourselves as competent, achieving individuals. The second is the need for esteem based on the evaluation of others. This is the need for respect and admiration from other people around us (Maslow, 1968).
The Need for Self-Actualisation – The highest level of needs is for self-actualisation. Maslow believes once an individual’s basic motivation needs are met then they start to focus on what they want from life. He suggests the needs of self-actualisers are qualitatively different; he describes them as metaneeds (Maslow, 1968). Metaneeds are, being concerned with higher aesthetic and moral values such as beauty, truth, justice, and ethics. Maslow also states, that not many individuals will achieve self-actualisation but many will strive to do so (Maslow, 1968).
Rainbow Circle Kids Bus for sale? We’ve got a week to find an alternative in Derbyshire.
Unfortunately the Winter Working Group today, Sunday 16 February 2014, could think of no other option than scrapping or selling the bus.
We have to get it off the farm it’s stored at by the end of this month. All seven tyres are perished and the windscreen and other windows are smashed etc . It starts up every year after a few minutes on a normal 12 volt car battery, the engine and brakes work well. The roof is sound. But it has no insurance or MOT.
Leyland Redline 1982 , 3501KGROSS 5655CC
If you think of any better alternative please let us know withing seven days, or else we will be forced to put it for sale on ebay at the scrap price.
Rainbow Circle Winter Working Group http://www.rainbowcircle.co.uk/wwg.html email@example.com
Yesterday’s woodwork class at Malvern College – cutting a plywood template with a scroll saw, to use next week to somehow guide a router engraving a bit of wood – but my original printout which I glued to the plywood was A4, maybe it should have been bigger.
I only broke one blade.