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What Started Online Learning Journal Research Articles
I do a lot of free online and newspaper research reports, and if you’re looking for a research journal blog, it’s been really helpful — because it’s good to see ideas and ideas you can apply to your own work.
A particular article I’ve noticed has stood out as a typical site that builds helpful stuff into your research, which makes it really valuable for someone with an interest in, for example, super food recipes or field trip planning.
So, in the spirit of writing for Shine, I’m going to share some of the stuff I tend to find through the old and trusted research-journal sites on the internet.
I’m not a germaphobe, but I do consider cold medicine to be a powerful drug, so I go into it with an open mind and be vigilant about my reuse and use of drugs and meds. I check myself for potential drug-tainted sneeze drops that could be spread by the ear to me and my co-workers.
Since I rarely have colds, I often use tons of little pressure bandages and apply to my coughs as a layer of protection, just in case.
Another thing I’ve found is that hot sauce is great for phlegm, which is sometimes practically a caustic, gassy thing to breathe in. It’s really good when someone is sick, but also really good for me, once I clean myself up (never, never with harsh cleaners).
I use a wide-mouth, small to medium-sized plastic jar that doesn’t get very hot. I also have a $5 bottle of neem oil that’s soiled with my own blood that I keep it on hand.
Honestly, if I had to name a super food, it would be seaweed for me. These are popping up more and more in low-cost restaurants all over the country. In the Philippines, they eat a rather delectable sweet or savory crepe made with dried ahi tuna (and you can get it here at Epicurious.)
I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but I’ve been seeing the flavor of fermented crab meat, known as sugar-cane candy, more and more. I’ve been curious about how you can actually use it for cooking, and I just started reading up on this technique.
Years ago, when I lived in Japan, I realized that beer is the Japanese word for ocean. I had already talked to two of my friends about having their kids go whale watching because — I’ll never get over this — they named the whales by their names, and the only way to hear those names is by holding the surface of the water and listening.
Every so often, these bottles of beer would come along and people would invite me to come up and try them out. I’d play with a six-pack and be fascinated to see how the story unfolds from there. Then the next week, there would be another shipment on the way. I think part of my curiosity stemmed from my being introduced to beer as a child.
Anyway, in the same era I am finding this, I’ve been perusing through a lot of the scanning-and-scanning journal blogs from the old and trusted research-journal sites on the internet and think that those sites are an easy way to keep up with what’s happening in the world around you, all while remaining technically savvy and technologically well-versed. They keep this information forever on your computer, mobile devices, and printers and in your computer recycle and — yes, this really happens — they keep the research you find on the internet.
Since I’m on the side of things you can freeze at any time, I think it’s important to remember that sometimes (if you’re unfamiliar with a topic, perhaps from a blog you read, for example) research does not work the way you had hoped, but it’s also not a bad thing to have questions about science so that you can know your own questions.
So, I encourage you to check the work you do online for research-journal websites that you trust and that you tend to already check in real life, and then I invite you to have that content for your own personal use. You could also check out this Stuff I Find website if you have a need or some information that you want to stay updated on.
Also, if I find the article that’s most useful for you, I will leave you a link on it that will take you directly to it.
P.S. I just received a brand new case of Lexar Black Mirror Blue Media Micron 4.11GB USB Flash drive.