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Most Eco Solstice Tree

Most Eco Solstice Tree

In the perennial seasonal debate about the best kind of Solstice/Christmas tree we have been around the choices labyrinth.  From the trees we harvested on our own land near Joussard, to ones we’ve purchased at the local Kinsman lot, to cheap ones from IKEA, through to a few years with a rummage-sale artificial tree – […]

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Sorry, Riverdale is Full

Sorry, Riverdale is Full

The Economist USA – April 20, 2019, has an article on urban development that gives an interesting analysis that can usefully be applied to my home community of Riverdale. The article Sorry, We’re full looks at the context of San Fransisco – one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in the world, but with striking similarities […]

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A Systematic Review of the EQuiv Theory

In this post I review an article that provides the first systematic review of the Interaction Equivalency Theory (EQuiv) that I formulated 15 years ago. The article is: Graham, C., & Massyn, L. (2019). Interaction Equivalency Theorem: Towards Interaction Support of Non-Traditional Doctoral Students. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 14, 187-216.  https://www.informingscience.org/Publications/4238?Source=%2FJournals%2FIJDS%2FArticles%3FVolume%3D0-0. Personal Introduction In […]

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