Monthly Archives: October 2017

We See Others’ Failures as Courageous. We See Our Own as Shameful. Why?

If your instinct is to feel compassion for brave people who try hard at something hard and fail nonetheless, consider granting yourself that same grace. Source: We See Others’ Failures as Courageous. We See Our Own as Shameful. Why?

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In a First, Gravitational Waves Linked to Neutron Star Crash

Source: In a First, Gravitational Waves Linked to Neutron Star Crash

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Using the SOLIDWORKS Indent Feature instead of Combine/Subtract

Great new feature makes it easier to cut a clearance for key, dowel pin, etc. Using the SOLIDWORKS Indent Feature instead of Combine/Subtract on overlapping regions where you need to remove the common volume of two or more bodies. Source: … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Most Political ‘Star Trek’ Episode

In 1995, the “Deep Space Nine” installment “Past Tense” stood out for its realistic, near-future vision of racism and economic injustice. Source: Revisiting the Most Political ‘Star Trek’ Episode

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