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Easier to Try

I would have done a lot better in life if my parents pulled me aside and said: “You like lobster right? How about you laundry cleaned and folded correctly? One day…you are gonna get sick and you aren’t gonna be able to move, or to work and you are still gonna want that lobster and […]

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The Untapped Potential of The Human Body

I asked my PT how many muscles in the human body. As I worked on my injuries I felt some new ones. There are between 650 – 840 muscles in the human body. Most of us only are aware of (and use) a few. Sad, but the nose can detect 1 trillion odors, and 27 […]

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Always-Connected Laptops and Tablets

Laptops and Tablets are pretty powerless without an internet connection. Google’s newest 2018 Chromebooks and Microsoft Surface tablets will be featuring “Always-On” and “Always-Connected” functionality this year. This could save the efficient crowd money on their high speed internet access, so we thought this information was well worth mentioning. But we are seeing a bump […]

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NVMe Storage

According to Google, “NVMe (non-volatile memory express) is a host controller interface and storage protocol created to accelerate the transfer of data between enterprise and client systems and solid-state drives (SSDs) over a computer’s high-speed Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) bus.” Translation, next-generation blazingly fast storage and retrieval of data. Using Parallel data retrieval and […]

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Small Business Merchant Accounts

If you are reading this article you’re probably considering selling products online. The www means your open for business 24/7 without the extra overhead and exposes you to a global market. If done correctly internet ventures are not just viable but highly profitable. Before you start building your website you need to think about how […]

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The Call for Nobility and Universal Excellence

The French have a beautiful saying “Noblesse Oblige” and Wikipedia defines it as meaning, “literally meaning ‘nobility obliges’. It denotes the concept that nobility extends beyond mere entitlements and requires the person who holds such a status to fulfill social responsibilities.” Nobility and noble behavior are notions as old as humanity itself and permeate American […]

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A Man Walks Into a Barber Shop

So I go to this new barber, and out of the corner of my eye, I see another barber, a man seated getting his hair cut, and one waiting on me. All older graying Italian men. I don’t really look up, and my barber and I strike up a conversation. I’m busy looking at the […]

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All People Need Access to Whole Foods

What America does to the poor and disadvantaged is unconscionable. It used to be, people opened up restaurants to feed people a good meal, and if possible, to nourish them. Now, restaurants main objective is to maximize profits. Everyone’s main objective is profits. Screw taste, nutrition and what the customer feels. I’m not in the […]

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Put a “Kill Switch” in Black Box AI

By Edmund J. Janas, II Put a “Kill Switch” in “Black Box” Artificial Intelligence Humanity has already begun to seed Artificial Intelligence (AI) into many devices, from Apple’s Virtual Assistant Siri to Google Search, but if we build inscrutable “Black Box” Artificial Intelligence, we should not forget to include a “Kill Switch” just in case […]

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The Swiss are Right, Save the Lobster

OK, I’m for this law. And I happen to have a story that centers around a #Lobster, my #Stupidity and a Girl from #Switzerland I was trying to impress in High School. Back in the day, eating lobster was a sign of status. I had recently come into a little money, but I was only […]

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