Fundraisers are doing incredibly important work. You are connecting people who care with people (or environment/animals/causes) in need. Most of us are active in fundraising because we want to change things from bad to good. As Tom Ahern says, donors...
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- Does it Really Matter if I DON’T Donate?
By Sean Triner - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
- 4 tips to code while overcoming our own psychological flaws
By Jonathan Saring - Monday May 22, 2017
Given the choice between one piece of cake right now or a whole cake one month from now, we would probably choose the first. This psychological bias is known as “Time Preference” or “Delay Discount.”We’ve all seen this fine example of kids trying to hold on by not eating a marshmallow, in hope of a greater reward:When writing code we often face the same problem, having to choose between the short-term advantages of bad practice and the long-term costs it generates.See also: IoT and coding – what are the most popular programming languages?To help rise above binging...Read More
- Mickey and Minnie communicate with a little boy in sign language, and it's the sweetest
By Jessica Sroczynski - Friday Jun 16, 2017
If you are one of those people who's a little freaked out by amusement park characters, this video will absolutely change how you feel.
Olive Crest, a nonprofit whose mission is to prevent child abuse, recently posted a YouTube video of Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto communicating with one of their children in sign language. Afterwards, Minnie gives the little boy a hug and kiss on the forehead.
The heartwarming interaction certainly seemed to make the little boy's day. The magic of Disney, in all languages. Read more...More about Watercooler, Disney, Children, Disney World, and Disneyland
- Achieving Full Potential of Children with Autism Through PLAY
Tuesday May 30, 2017
The PLAY (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters) Project is a parent coaching model for early, intensive interventions that promote the full potential of children diagnosed with autism. “Our mission is to help parents form a joyous relationship with their children who have autism,” says Richard Solomon, MD, founder and medical director of The PLAY -