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By Sam Terriz via FB Dear all Hustlers & Ruto Generals, RE; NOT EASY WALK FROM HARAMBEE ANNEX TO STATEHOUSE….. While OUR road has been hard! While OUR...
A teacher who made headlines on Tuesday is in trouble with ministry officials over her 20 kilometre trek story. Mrs Magdalene Kimani, the Sosiana High School principal, told the Nation that she makes the daily trip...
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and all-electric vehicles (EVs) store electricity in batteries to power one or more electric motors. The batteries are charged primarily by plugging in to off-board sources of electricity, produced from oil, coal,...
Dispelling Some MythsWe did some research not too long ago here at Love Energy Savings and we thought I only right to dispel some energy myths which really grind our gears. We're trying to make it as...
Coal power in the United States accounted for 39% of the country's electricity production at utility-scale facilities in 2014, 33% in 2015, 30.4% in 2016, 30.0% in 2017, and 27.4% in 2018. Coal supplied 12.6 quadrillion BTUs...
Oil and gas drilling is a dirty businessOil and gas drilling has serious consequences for our wildlands and communities. Drilling projects operate around the clock, disrupting wildlife, water sources, human health, recreation and other aspects of public...
Have the right computer setup – and a backup plan If you’re taking online learning classes, make sure you have the technology you need. Find out if any specific programs or system capabilities are...
From improving your typing speed to learning new computer and tech skills, starting your own business, or adopting a new hobby, the learning opportunities are limitless. Plus, each of these free online classes for adults lets you work...
If you’re considering enrolling in an online course for the first time, it’s understandable to have a few hesitancies. Many rightfully wonder if they’ll learn as much from distance education as they would in a face-to-face classroom....
1. Lack of Human Interaction. The obvious difference between attending traditional classes and taking them online is the lack of people. No face-to-face teacher time, no sharing notes with your peers, no group projects....