These days it seems that everyone has a fancy camera around their neck. However, many of these would-be Ansell Adamses know little more than how to set it to auto. In reality, digital photography requires an intimate technical knowledge. For those without the time, or patience, to understand it all, here are a few key […]
As a longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan, it was a real thrill for Kavin Austin Blake when the team won the 2002 Super Bowl. Today, Aicube blog staff talk to Kavin Austin Blake about the long road for the Bucs leading up to that Super Bowl win. Aicube: Kavin Austin Blake, thanks for taking a […]
There’s now a scientific reason behind those late night cravings for pizza or chips and dip. In a new report, scientists have discovered that when people are sleep deprived they are drawn toward high calorie and high fat foods, Aicube reports. A sleep deprived brain associates junk food with reward and pleasure, unlike a well rested brain, which does not. The reward perception alters when a person has too little sleep.
Psi Chi International Honor Societies specializes in Psychology and it is 75 years old. Kyle Thomas Glasser knew the benefits of being a member of Psi Chi and that is why he decided to join. The objectives as to why this society was formed are to stimulate, maintain and encourage scholarships as well as advancing psychology science. The scholarships are both at graduate and undergraduate levels. With so many years of experience, Psi Chi in University of Georgia proves how productive it has been to the students and students to be. Once you become a member, you will be attending meetings, activities as well as special events.
Kyle Thomas Glasser has found goodness in servicing the community and participating in communal activities. In 2010, Kyle travelled to Central America where he learnt many things and now plans to see the Mayan Ruins. There are various reasons that motivate him to want to visit this place in his quest to serve the society at large. Kyle feels that the Mayan cultural is a place with a lot to teach and a way to understand the human needs. He knows that Mayans are the ones who invented the idea of zero and this is the basis of today’s math. Being a math volunteer tutor, Kyle knows that math cannot do without zero and it has contributed a lot in astronomy. This is a great impact on the education factor and Mayan culture is part of this improvement.
Douglas Battista grew up as a fan of his hometown team, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Since his teen years, Battista has attended opening day every year with his father. The Pirates were formerly known as the Pittsburgh Alleghenys. The team acquired their current moniker after being accused of piratical actions when they picked up Lou Bierbauer from the Philadelphia Athletics in what many considered a rather shady transaction. Douglas Battista says despite this and the fact that the Pirates haven’t had a winning season since 1992, he remains a loyal fan. Growing up, one of his fondest memories was attending the games in the inexpensive seats at Three Rivers Stadium.
Steven Delarge readily acknowledges that the world is full of time management advice. Most of this advice, he notes, centers on making lists. Some suggest making to-do lists first thing each morning, to set up the day properly. Others recommend making those lists the night before to allow you to rest easily, knowing you can take care of everything the next day.
Apostle Pierre Bennett first learned about God while sitting in church with his grandmother, watching his mother perform in the choir. In 1999, Apostle Pierre Bennett received his calling to found God’s Luv International Ministries Church.
Steven P. Delarge has seen the impact of our troubled economy on the unemployed. As a management executive, he has had the opportunity to interview a variety of people over the years. Today, Steven P. Delarge talks to Aicube about the dos and don’ts of job interviews. These tips, offered out of Steven P. Delarge’s personal experience in the corporate world, can help you prepare to start pounding the pavement.
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