Quite a few impressively wise people have remarked that a travelling mind is an agile mind. Little did I know that it also applies literally. Over a long day from Bratislava to Luckie Street in Atlanta, I have noticed the following:
- There is nothing like French style. This is their current safety demonstration video. Like it or not, but stylish it is.
- There is nothing like French style – revisited. For unfathomable reasons this morning (at ca. 10 a.m.) the number of police officers checking passports at Terminal D at CDG was one.
- A few bystanders in Atlanta offered to give me directions when they saw me looking around uncertainly. If you further add the people paid to assist you, it looks like the U.S. folk are helpful, and they want to be so.
- I heard that
Innsmouth DarthmouthDartmouth College stopped awarding college credits for AP Psychology, as their tests showed minimal retention of content and skills by the students who had taken it.
- On a more personal note I finally got a chance to follow an online course. Given the fact this day has had 22hours, it is not so surprising. Still, every win counts.