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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: M. Davis

Founder & Owner of:Clear Dope

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer


1. Change Your Body Language.

Mind and body is closely connected. You will always give out your mood through your body language. That is why I can look at anyone and tell how he/she feels. I see right thru and you can too. It’s easy.

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When I first started teaching I had some good ideas for teaching most aspects however there were a few aspects I thought hmm how on Earth am I going to make this fun and interesting? I came across some helpful websites that are definately worth a look if you get stuck!

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Thailand: After changes to the law governing Internet, cyber crime — More extensive online monitoring by the state seems likely

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Reuters — Thai police have detained nine people suspected of hacking government websites to protest against amendments to a cyber security law that critics say strengthens the authorities’ oversight of the internet.

Parliament passed legislation this month amending a cyber crime law, which rights groups said would likely to lead to more extensive online monitoring by the state.

In response, hackers launched a wave of cyber attacks last week, shutting down dozens of government websites.

The government said the websites were only down temporarily and the attacks caused minimum disruption.

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Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan told reporters nine people had been arrested in connection with the hacking.

One of those arrested has been charged with breaking the cyber crime law, police said.

“The rest remain in custody and are being processed in accordance with the law,” police spokesman Dejnarong Suthicharnbancha told Reuters.

Thailand’s…

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My Top 5 Favorite Websites for Career Resources

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  1. Muse.com

I absolutely love this site! Every post is an interesting read and it does not feel like homework researching for resources. While updating my resume and cover letter, I found some great templates and I’ve been hooked ever since. The site covers not only resources for a potential job search but also everyday occurrences in the workforce.

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Favourite websites – Desmos classroom activities!

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One of my favourite maths websites I love to use in my teaching is Desmos.com.

Desmos is a FREE online graphing calculator as well as set classroom activities using the graphing capabilities.

Their about page shows their passion for mathematics:

Desmos wants to help every student learn math and love learning math. But “every student” is a lot of students so we create digital math tools and let the Internet take them to anyone who wants them.

One of the most useful sections of the website is the classroom activities. There are may preprepared activities you can use with your class on any graphing topic you can think of!

Use the search menu on the left to search for an activity or the menu below to see the most popular activities or ‘Bundles’ of activities for each function. I recommend you click ‘create account’ so students can log onto…

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Top 5 Resources for Writers

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Hello and welcome to this week’s Monday Musings. I’ll be discussing my Top 10 Resources for writers this week. Everything from computer programs to books to websites. I’m not listing them in any particular order, just my topfive resources. I will also say that I am not affiliated in any way with these products or people and am just listing the products that I find helpful in my writing life and as such, want to share.

  1. Writers DigestWriter’s DigestI’ve had a subscription to this magazine on and off since I was about 10 years old. The things that I love most about WD is their articles and tips for writers. Even though they run the same type of issues every year, I constantly find myself learning something from them and their magazine. The magazine also has monthly contests for writers, and a helpful breaking in section in…

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