Author Archives: Melinda Hamby

Acceptance and Open-Mindedness

Getting to know people is the easiest way for people to recognize a group that is different from them is really no different than they are. They have hopes and desires that are the same as you. After all, it can’t get better until we open the lines of communication. That starts with us. It continues with our children. Continue reading

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Kids and Tech and Word Camp

Gender doesn’t matter, what you contribute to the tech communities is what really matters. Continue reading

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Discovery Place News Release: Van Gogh Alive

From Milan and Moscow, to Istanbul and Budapest, the globally-acclaimed exhibition Van Gogh Alive now comes to the United States east coast for the first time when it debuts at Discovery Placeon April 25. Continue reading

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Animal Rescuing

Yesterday, they both went with me to pull five Sheltie puppies and take them down the road to their rescue. Continue reading

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Upcoming Event At Discovery Place

101 Inventions That Changed the World Exhibit opens at Discovery Place in Charlotte, NC on February 2, 2014. Continue reading

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Today We Vote

As a suffragette once said, it is not a true Republic unless ALL of the voices of the people are heard. Continue reading

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My Recent Adventure

I have decided to consider all conferences as field trips… Continue reading

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Question Not Why

There is no why, there is only school. Continue reading

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Got Worksheets?

So, I have been on the lookout for great sites, and have a huge list of sites to go through and tell you about in the coming year. But the first site I found sucked me in as badly as Pinterest does (I think I spent three hours on the site yesterday!!!). Continue reading

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Rock Hill Children’s Museum and Historic Brattonsville

History is an important subject for me, personally. As the (paraphrased) quote goes, those who do not learn their history are doomed to repeat it. This is why I believe museums are so very important (and why we support the Arts). Continue reading

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