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The Enermazing Weekly Ticker (7) 18th – 25th September 2011

+ +++ +++ Site News +++ +++ +

Yeah, I know, not a single blog post this week… 😥

… but a lot has been going on behind the scenes, and…

…The Enermazing Project is almost ready to be launched 🙂

For a first taste, have a look at About: The Enermazing Project. (You can also access this page via the menu.)

My new assistant and future co-author E.D. is busy checking out all the links and features. As soon as I can get E.D. to sit still in front of a camera I  will post a profile photo.

On the menu at the top of the page you find also a new section “Free Downloads“.  The first pdf I upload there is written neither by me nor by E.D., but it fits in with The Enermazing Project beautifully and I’m very grateful to 11 pearls for allowing to share it. Btw: You may pass it on, too!

+ +++ +++ Quote of the week  +++ +++ +

Creativity perpetually invents itself.
Paul Palnik: Creative Consciousness

+ +++ +++ This & That +++ +++ +

Are you stuck or looking for a different problem solving strategy?

Try this one. It’s as easy as drawing a stick figure – simply follow the instructions and wait what happens 😉

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8 thoughts on “The Enermazing Weekly Ticker (7) 18th – 25th September 2011”

  1. The pearls are special.good ideas. And the stick figure: fun…good coping with complications…until the end and then I couldn’t email it, but I can send link to others…and try again later. Thanks!

    1. Glad you enjoyed them 🙂
      I tried sharing the stick figure just now, by using the form, not a webmail account, and it went through without problems.

    1. I’m catching up in small bits at a time :/
      Although I know it’s been busy months, I can hardly believe it’s already end of September… When I asked my husband yesterday evening “Where has September gone?” he gave me his standard answer: “Over there,” pointing to the West and the setting sun 😉

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