About LVI percent, to be exact. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/arabic-numerals-survey-prejudice-bias-survey-research-civic-science-a8918256.html
TIL that Michael Okuda, who is most famous for designing the LCARS interface on Star Trek TNG (but also worked on the TOS films, DS9, VOY, and ENT) also has worked with NASA on mission badges: http://www.thespacereview.com/article/1215/2
Thoughts and prayers, maybe start a GoFundMe
Developing this theory that Barbie isn’t rich and smart and talented and that’s why she has all these jobs and houses and clothing...
Instead she’s a drifting con-artist who moves from town to town pulling jobs that require her to be a different occupation for a short period of time.
Her multiple jobs and outfits are just a tool of her trade.
Looking for book recommendation!
I find myself suddenly in charge of a book club for a group at work and need to find a book.
Specifically, I'm looking for a book that deals with the theme of being the big fish in a small pond and how that stunts your development.
Any titles you can think of that deal with this topic? (No "moral of the story" books, needs to be non-fiction in the business/self-help sort of genre.)
Retoots appreciated and that you for your help!
Boring, creatively stagnant, white guy every-man player character in the video game of life. Lover of Star Trek. he/him
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