Not really a specialty, but I like to think I'm pretty good at certain branches of zoology for my age.
My husband says it is battling wits.
Most acorns tend to be of a cone shape rather than a cylinder shape and roll like a cone would roll on a flat surface.
It rolls according to its weight, laws of physics and gravitational pull.
Can't really say I have an area of expertise as of yet, but I am pretty good at Chemistry and Biology!
I am quite skilled in the draconian language and history as well as a few spells I learned. Also started to branch out to human things to study them.
Procrastination and chronic overthinking. It's not a very lucrative field...
Canid behavior. Ethologist and feild biologist.
I specialize in being mean and factual. Just sayin'.
Well, I excel at data entry and typing. I love to do both and am really fast. Typing - about 95 wpm and data entry - about 14k kph.
I think that I give some helpful advice here.
I rock at giving out answers to '42' questions.
I like to lift people up when they're feeling down.
I'm working towards an expertise in IT with Windows and Linux.
Mechanical Engineer (just out of school and preparing to go back again)
Chrysler dodge fuel inj diag. And repair
I'm graphic designer. Magazines, boards, cards, shoots, images, wallpapers and landscapes.
However, my main expertise is related to celebrity world one way or another, it's matter of time till i get promoted, and since many society members on here are not really connected with it so i prefer stay quiet about it. Shhhh!!!! I don't … Read more
Early Child Education
Being a mom, wife, sister and daughter.
I'm in the Accounting/Finance field.
I've earned my living for most of the last 40 years in the computer/newspaper publishing/text processing world.
When I started, you could count the number of "experts" (I use the quotations deliberately) in the field, world-wide on your fingers.
It's a little-understood fact that HTML was developed directly from SGML, a text formatting language developed … Read more
Carpentry and masonry. Especially stone masonry.