The Pareto principle, also known as the 80/20 rule, is a theory maintaining that 80 percent of the output from a given situation or system is determined by 20 percent of the input. Take a look on this picture, looks fun isn’t it? The Pareto Principle is very simple, yet
Russian climate isn’t good enough for gardening. We have a few warm zones, but in general we are pretty Northern Country. Many regions are not suitable for agriculture at all, the rest we call “risky for agricultural”. Risky means you can’t predict the harvest. Sometimes it’s good but often it
Happily, we don’t have too many menacing animals in our place. There are no poisoned scorpions, blood-thirsty crocodiles, no noiseless panthers and even birds are peaceful. The only candidates to scare people are wolves, bears, and tigers. Most of them are tired of Russians and that’s why they avoid calm
We have a lot of cinemas in my town, and in Russia in general. Сinematography used to be extremely popular art here since USSR. I’ve heard that all the old movies were really profitable because hundred million people went to cinemas to watch them. Now with DVD, tv, the internet,
Russia has a lot of forests, and the most common type of trees here is birch. Birches are very common all over the world but nevertheless, we call it “our” tree. We even have a joke about it, usually, we say to anyone who is going abroad “how would you
Roads in Russia is the typical subject for jokes. Since the country is big and the population is spread unequally there are many white spaces between cities and villages, hundreds and thousands kilometers of roads without anyone living around. Add to that our climate and puzzle will be solved. That’s
I live in industrial area and we have a lot of quarries here. When the mining is done usually they got flooded by water. Sometimes because of type of that mine those hand-made lakes are interesting. For instance: this one on the picture above is flooded nickel quarry, and it
Reading the Facebook once I run into a funny contest. It was a “whistle contest”. Contestants are trying to create a whistle , loudest as possible . Most of them are using 3d printing for their models. It’s logical, because it’s hard or impossible to do their fancy models in
Blog 1 Introduction Hello all! My name is Ivan, I’m from Russia, and I am a learner of English and photo spammer. Last two features is a reason why I am here. I know a little bit about IT, and I’ve worked with IT things for more then 15 years
If not now, when ?? If not you, who ?? If not here, where ?? If not thus, how ?? I am a believer / dreamer who knows that belief in dreams is not enough. I must do as much as possible to fulfill them – they will come true.
Hello dear Mad Rook members, I am Vasanth Prabakar. I am from Tamilnadu, India. My native language is Tamil. I am currently working in the Indian Postal department as a Branch Post Master. I am learning English because I don’t want to be a half-wit while the next generation runs
The feeling you get when you run out of LEWWWP… What is your purpose?