Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tech Drama

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Replacement Equipment Arrived with the wrong operating system. Posting will resume next week. Will post later about environmental challenges and the Made in America confusion.

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Lessons From A Reluctant Author

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Run, Don’t Walk… A new book by Adele Levine, Run, Don’t Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Medical Center, has been compared with iconic TV programs such as MASH. But even though physical therapist … Continue reading

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Robin Williams

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Good…Morning…Vietnam! While writing the chapter on aptitudes for FYN, I wanted to use a perfect description to describe what I’d learned about the innate ability called Ideaphoria and no one but Williams instantly came to mind. No one seemed to … Continue reading

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Promoting A Book And Blog Using Pinterest

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Choosing the Right Tips and Tools Honestly, “Hell hath a tech department” pretty much sums up my feelings about the Web and the massive changes that the Internet dictates we must follow. Hours spent handling tasks that should have taken … Continue reading

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33+Tips, Tricks & Resources for Copyright Beginners

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Avoiding Infringement Disputes Murky copyright laws have contributed to the problem. Some people infringe because of an honest mistake. But others do so with deliberate intent. And many cases are outrageous. Starting a Pinterest account convinced me that I’d better … Continue reading

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Mystery Author Inspires StartUp Idea Worth Billions

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E. G. Lutz Still in his teens, a would-be entrepreneur discovered Animated Cartoons, How They Are Made, Their Origin and Development, 1920s,  the book credited with giving Walt Disney the idea to start a business. Written by cartoonist and author, E. … Continue reading

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Inspirational Japanese Art with English Translations

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14 Famous Western Inventors, Artists And Scholars Six English translated Japanese prints include Palissy, Audubon, Arkwright, Heathcoat, Watt. And each illustrates a story of hardship and triumph. Produced by the Japanese Department of Education in 1873, according to library Eight … Continue reading

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