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Advancing Technology Through Mice by Andy Alt
... There will be a radical jump in culture world-wide because most misunderstanding will immediately be made clear through instantaneous verbal and visual communication. An increased feeling will surface causing us to realize that we all live on the same planet. Soon after, family members will begin to feel that each member is related to the other. Once mice have developed, changing their name might be in order.

Guide The Vision With On-Target Goals by Karin Syren
... It is bringing those visions which are outside and beyond and above the norm into the realm of reality, utilizing the tools of the real world, and changing the real world in the process. If the vision is properly fleshed out and ready for delivery, if you are committed to its delivery, you will be prepared for the work before you. And make no mistake, the real work begins now. But this process does not take place in a porch swing. This requires dedication, energy, and sometimes the ...

3 Easy Ways To Brand Your Small Business Name by Adam K
... If you can’t tell the world about your small business, at least tell your neighbor. Look at your local market first. For the cost of putting your name in front of every person in the state, you could get your name in front of everyone in your town dozens of times, and repetition is the key. No one remembers the things they hear once; everyone remembers something repeated every day. For the cost of one super bowl commercial, your businesses commercial could be played 20 times a day, for a ...

I Think I Feel Love by Zeeshan Raza
... It’s about learning the wile and guile of the world and still ignore. It’s about the joys of nostalgia, and the mysteries of the future. Love is when you believe, when you close your eyes and sense closure to the race of materialism. You know you are in love when the dew drops on your car windshield don’t annoy you anymore, when the snoring of your roommate does not bother you anymore, when rain doesn’t mean a traffic wait to you. It’s easy to be in love, its all around us.

History of Beading by Tracy Stillman
... After the wars and with the true beginning of the plastic revolution, costume jewelry took hold firmly. While beaded fabrics became less fashionable, the market for plastic beads exploded. Far cheaper to produce and buy than other fashionable beads, they were not only affordable to more people but able to economically mimic expensive beads, such as those made from turquoise. Today, many countries around the world produce beads and offer beaders a deliciously broad choice of styles.

Computer Training, or "Would You Like Fries With That?" by Albert Medinas
... However, just as with online computer training schools, there are a lot of great places to get the additional training and skills you need to succeed in this brave new world of ours. As with traditional computer training schools, you will have to do your homework in order to get the best training for your buck. Plus—and this is key—you are only going to benefit by actually trying to learn. Many employers test computer skills prior to employment anyway, so cheating the system or attending ...

A 30% Chance That Statistics Never Lie by David Leonhardt
... "Right now," Uncle Gyula continued, "Almost half the world has a below-average IQ, and statistics never lie." I was floored. I did not realize we had such an IQ scarcity on our hands. But I was sure it is in some way related to another shocking statistic: If current trends continue, by 2017 every child born will be illiterate. I, myself, had recently sired two illiterate children. As discouraging as this was, I was determined that they should live a normal life and overcome this menacing ...

The Rather Recent Past of Computers by Driz Memok
... After the war, when communication was resumed around the world, the Industrial age was giving way to the Technological age, and the personal computer of today was going to be the prime result. Inventions on the side continued, and made the new personal computers possible. In 1947, the first point contact transistor was invented. Perhaps this was one of the most significant developments of all in the move to the personal computer. The ENIAC, a post war computer, was 50 feet tall and weighed ...

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