If you have landed here, chances are it happened just randomly, but before you decide to move away, we encourage you to explore a few random pearls!
If you are planning to delve into the pages and sub-pages, a quick glance over the following is recommended.
At any time, you can look at all the new and old content on this website by clicking on the 'NEW' link in the menu bar, or here.
Random Pearls is an organized gathering of random content brought to you by a handful of us content creators.
Alas! It has nothing to do with real pearls.
If the too long; didn't read was actually too short and you want more, here is some more.
For quite some time, myself and some of my friends have had this idea of sharing our experiences, learning, thoughts, opinions etc. with each other and with others.
I created this website to allow this sharing to happen.
But why one more website when there are countless blogging websites already available? For the simple reasons explained below.
As mentioned above and as the name suggests, this website is a conglomeration of whatever a few of us wish to share.
But we hope to have some order in the organization of content for the convenience of ourselves and others.
All pages are pearls - random precious pearls!
A very good place to find all the pearls of this website nicely stacked up is the 'group-pages'. The main group-page is accessed by clicking the 'New' icon shown in the menu bar above the page. From there on, we can find our way to any page of the website.
There is a sub-pearls menu that has the descendants of the current page. It appears with the name of the current page or its parent - just to the left of the 'NEW' link.
It's possible to search pages by categories, tags and authors. Go to the Similar tab to find content based on categories and tags.
Links ending in an info icon - 🛈 - are links to internal pages (pages on this website), and they can be quick-previewed by hovering mouse over them (on large screen), or clicking them (on small screens). For example, Marion (Mug's) McConnell.
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