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Entrepreneurship - Curious

Your consciousness has put this little nagging idea in the back of your head. It’s your curiosity that gets you to the point of deciding if it’s a good idea and even more importantly if it is one worth pursuing. 486 more words

Entrepreneurship

Thomas B. Edsall: Has American Business Lost Its Mojo?

New York Times: Over the past three decades, the American economy has become less vigorous. An extensive body of evidence shows that the public focus on the success of high-tech companies like Apple and Google masks an overall downward trend in key measures of business vitality. 108 more words

Politics

Light Saver Version 0.4a

I currently am constructing a revised light saver using a delta torrid from a TV with very promising results. The increased mass builds a lot stronger magnetic field with lower power consumption and should operate about 10000 LED’s on 400-500 uA at 100% output of light so that would light an entire house  on 110 mWatts for 24 hours. 36 more words

Solutions

In Andrew Weissmann, The DOJ Makes a Stunningly Bad Choice for Crucial Role

Just when one thinks things can’t get any worse in the Department of Corrupting and Obstructing Justice, Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, Leslie Caldwell, brings back her long-time protégé and comrade Andrew Weissmann. 875 more words

A Second First Step

Back in my day…They used to call it the Economic News. Sometime in the ‘80’s the Economic News transformed into the Business News. Same subject matter – different emphasis. 291 more words

American Politics

Negotiations and The Art of Losing

UNLESS…

you know WHAT you are doing and WHY you are doing it!!

Which means, there is a time to “win” and a time to “lose…” which is part of what Pete Seeger was trying to tell us back in the 50’s in his song; … 683 more words

American Language Study

"Another completely dead day." -- NYSE shares changing hands at near record lows, Volatility at lows not seen since 1970

Volatility has reached a low seen on just 1.5% of trading days since 1970

By Dan Strumph
The Wall Street Journal

June 6, 2014 1,035 more words