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In This Issue

Header Cornucopia of Food

Whether you're looking for a few small taste samples or some larger bites of information, we hope you'll find this month's resources are of interest. :)

In the pdf file, among other things, you'll find:

  • 14 Websites to 'make you a more intelligent person'
  • Some quirky and/or amusing videos
  • Several useful links for nonprofits about using social media
  • Oz Projects - a project resource site for students and teachers
  • Information from the Victorian Domestic Violence Resource Centre
  • A link to a moving video called "Children of Gaza"
  • PD Tracker for schools, to help them for manage/monitor staff professional development

Sue & Chris
BJ Seminars International

A Morsel of Fun ...

Header Oliver the Otter

Smile as you meet Oliver, the artistic otter, who created a Picasso-like masterpiece for a charity auction designed to raise money for the Pretoria Zoo in South Africa.

Do you believe laughter is contagious? We wonder if you'll be able to visit the Symphony of Laughter (hover your mouse over the different pictures) without joining in!

More Food for Thought ...

Header Elizabeth Pesani

Listen to a powerful TED talk from Elizabeth Pesani, who challenges us with clear logic, an acerbic wit and her "public health nerd" glasses in "Sex Drugs and HIV - Let's Get Rational".

Adora Svitak

And find out "What Adults Can Learn from Kids" . another amazing and very insightful TED talk from Adora Svitak - who is only 12 years old!

A Feast of Inspiration ...


You're sure to be inspired by Kathryn Hawkins' article about the remarkable achievements of five amazing human beings - who all happen to have Autism or Asperger's Syndrome

Mankind is No Island

And, if you haven't seen it before, don't miss the beautiful short film, "Mankind is No Island", which was a Tropfest NY 2008 winner. It was shot entirely using a mobile phone on the streets of Sydney and New York.

... and a Last Bite


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