Face of the day

National MP and finance spokeswoman Amy Adams will step down at the 2020 election.
Adams has been the MP for Selwyn since 2008, where she enjoys one of the largest margins in the country.
She has served as shadow attorney general and finance spokeswoman after losing the leadership race to Simon Bridges in early 2017.

Before opposition Adams held several cabinet positions, including Justice Minister and Social Housing Minister.

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Word of the day

The word for today is…

peer-to-peer (adj) – (Computer Science) (of a computer network) designed so that computers can send information directly to one another without passing through a centralised server. Abbreviation: P2P

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : The term peer-to-peer is a relatively recent addition to the English language, being little more than a half-century old. In its earliest known uses from the 1960s, it referred to something that occurs directly between human peers, people who are similar in age, grade, or status. It can still be found in this use in phrases such as “peer-to-peer tutoring.” With the emergence of computer networking, peer-to-peer began to be used in reference to a system of computers that are able to communicate directly with one another without the mediation of a centralized server. Since the turn of the 21st century, peer-to-peer lending—the borrowing and lending of money through online services—has become increasingly common. You might also encounter peer-to-peer in the techy abbreviated form P2P, as in “P2P networking.”

Today in history

Content by F T.Bear

Good morning! Rise and shine!

Today in history is a place for you early risers to exercise your brains as you wait for the day to begin. Please, by all means, bring your own bits of history to the comments section and add your memories of what YOU did on this day however many years ago.

The beauty of an early morning historical post is that the date can mean the event happened today “our time” or today “other side of the world” time.

From the life and death of Plato through to the latest most recent history as it happens, we intend on bringing you stimulating and educational historical knowledge.

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Daily Proverb

Proverbs 26

10 An employer who hires a fool or a bystander
is like an archer who shoots at random.

Tuesday Nightcap

The end of the world as we know it.

The Video Liberals Don’t Want you to See

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Theological Tuesday

The largest Church in Mainland Asia, is Sumi Baptist Churchin Dimapur, Nagaland State, East India. Nagaland is one of the only 3 Christian majority states in India, the other 2 being Meghalaya and Mizoram. 

It is interesting because of the unique architecture of the building, which is quite an impressive structure.
This video comprises a drone view of the outside of the structure.

How it Affects you: Israel Folau’s Legal Case

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Should Vegan Products with Meat Names be Banned?

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Daily Roundup


Just a brief note to readers who like to add their own contributions to Daily Roundup in the comments. This post is for family-friendly humour ONLY thank you.

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