Heidi Bichler Harris

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For Blackbaud Software Users » Clean Your Query Selections

Do you have too many Query Selections but don’t know how to remove them from your query views? You can do the following steps to remove them from …

My Command Hooks Get a New Home...Again

Here’s a story, of some lovely hooks<p>Who were very very lonely downstairs<p>There were many hooks, living all together<p>Yet they were all alone<p>Till the one …

Chowstalker, Dessertstalker and Stalkerville

Life goes on and I don't think I'll be reviving chowstalker.<br>If you are interested in aquiring all the code, data (and contacts, with their …

How Engineers Are Building a New Railroad Under New York City | WIRED

Workers inspect the “shock tubes” that set off blasting caps, which detonate the charges. More than 2,400 blasts have been conducted on the project. …

Guilt

Food. The very thought of eating something made me sick to my stomach. Everyone around me, all my sweet family and friends, asking me the same …

5 Tips for the Perfect Summer Road Trip

Summer has practically become synonymous with road trips, both as a way to save money on airfare and to have some fun-filled adventures on the road. …

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Summer Books: 15 New Releases To Put On Your Reading List

These 15 new books for May include stirring new fiction from Isabel Allende, a memoir from a 6'7" librarian struggling with Tourette's syndrome, a hilarious novel of a young man's job as a bird tracker and more.

At the altar of the Big Green Egg: How a product becomes a cult

The sociologist Robert Bellah once wrote that the real purpose of Memorial Day, a US holiday that’s celebrated this Monday and commemorates those who have died in battle, is to re-indoctrinate the American public into the “national cult.”<p>His point is that federal holidays serve to reinforce …

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The Girl Who Turned to Bone

Unexpected discoveries in the quest to cure an extraordinary skeletal condition show how medically relevant rare diseases can be.<p>When Jeannie Peeper was born in 1958, there was only one thing amiss: her big toes were short and crooked. Doctors fitted her with toe braces and sent her home. Two …

Price Matching Brings Savings --and Headaches

Memorial Day has become another one of those three-day shopping extravaganzas, despite starting out with a somber purpose. So, like it or not, it's …

5 Sky Events This Week: Row of Planets, Summer Triangle

Changing Planet<p><b>Evening planets continue to dazzle all week long, the largest asteroid in the solar system pays a brief visit, and an annual celestial landmark rises, signaling that summer is not too far off.</b><p><b>Mercury Meets Jupiter</b>. Look towards the very low northwest horizon on Monday, May 27, about …

10 Mind-Blowing Facts About Google

Given the size and scope of such a company, the Quora community had no problem providing a number of little-known yet surprising tidbits.<p>With all its tech excellence (which runs from Google Glass to the self-driving car to the internet's most beloved search engine), here are 10 mind-blowing facts …

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Canadian, World, Politics and Business News & Analysis

Bombardier on fast track for South African rail expansion Subscriber content<p>Quebec startup’s biofuel powers transoceanic flight Subscriber content<p>The clock is ticking on Postmedia’s pivot into the digital future Subscriber content<p>Opinion Unions should be focused on upgrading skills of workers, not …

Questions For Barbara J. King, Author Of 'How Animals Grieve'

Attributing human characteristics to animals makes for great cartoons, but it's not usually considered rigorous science. Now, a new book argues that animals do think and feel in ways similar to humans.<p>Barbara J. King is a professor of anthropology and a commentator on NPR's science blog, 13.7. And …