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  • Depression
    Depression Abounds
    Depression is one of the most debilitating diseases to strike a human being. It's a confusing and painful disease that needs to be understood. As proven by the recent heartwrenching, tragic loss of the great comedian, Robin Williams, to this...
  • Genetics and Epigenetics
    The "Software" of Life Argument for an Intelligent Designer, part four
    Another excerpt from my new book What Your Atheist Professor Doesn't Know (But Should):As astonishing as this is, there’s more. There are overlapping codes, and codes within codes within codes (three layers of encryption). Some codes...
  • Information
    The do’s and the don’ts of effective communication in education
    The transfer and generation of information is very important in any career, this includes the field of education. The U.S Dept. of Education on 07-25-14 announced new guidance for schools and districts on how to keep parents and students better...
  • Communication is Vital for a Leader and a Manager
    Information concerning businesses
    Communication is vital for leaders and managers, because now-a-days if one is lucky enough to have a stable fulltime or a stable part time job; great, but if not; keep looking. Many places are not hiring and it looks as if the economy is still on...
  • Big Data
    What's Big Data?
    The information age is in full swing, and with it comes an enormous amount of data. Not only does each business transaction generate new data, social media, mobile devices, smart utility meters, and the "Internet of things" contribute to...
  • Mayor Vincent Gray and OCTO launch newly redesigned DC website
    Mayor Vincent Gray and OCTO launch the newly redesigned DC.Gov website
    Today customers of the District of Columbia have a new and easier to use website thanks to Mayor Vincent Gray and the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) unveiled the newly redesigned DC.Gov home page and associated resource pages. The...
  • How to protect yourself from scammers
    How to protect yourself from scammers
    The National Consumers League says almost a third of all telemarketing fraud victims are age 60 or older. Computers also offer lucrative avenues for this type of criminal activity. Everyone is susceptible to all kinds of fraud and scams that put...
  • Seniors having fun
    50 Plus Expo/Workshop
    Join the East Point/College Park Alumnae Association of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. on Saturday, April 12, 2014 as they present the 50 Plus Expo.Sponsored by AARP of Georgia, the expo is designed to educate, empower, and entertain people who...
  • Information Warning
    Information Warning
    As many others in the metro area, the next time I renew my driver’s license, I will have to show a copy of my birth certificate. And like so many, I do not have a current copy. I’ve moved quite a bit in the course of my life and have...
  • The Make It Homemade with KitchenAid Infographic
    Infographics: The next step in digital graphic design
    My last blog post,Graphic design comes of age in the digital worldtouched on the joyful rebirth of graphic design in the digital age. Graphic design continues to evolve as it matures as part of the technical age. One of the most popular venues for...
  • How much prepper OPSEC is really possible
    How much prepper OPSEC is really possible?
    There are many reasons why Operations Security (OPSEC) can be difficult to maintain, especially in an urban or suburban setting. While no one of the indicators discussed in this article makes complete OPSEC impossible, the more such indicators...
  • Running up ladder
    Learn how to slow the climb up the Ladder of Inference: Part 1
    From a young age, we’re taught to observe the world and take in and make sense of what we’re seeing in order to apply it to our own learning. As we get older, we’re given tools to hone these skills to help us think about what we...
  • Q & A session with publishers of the 21 book series
    Q & A session with Eric Roberts and Todd Anderson of the 21 book series
    Entrepreneurs Todd Anderson and Eric Roberts are the publishers of a series of books titled “The 21 series books.” The series includes books about sports, information and various how to topics. Great news! Anderson and Roberts are...
  • Norton Simon
    Tournament of Roses 2014: Info & guide to Rose Parade, Rose Bowl Game, events
    It’s a big year for the Tournament of Roses: 2014 marks the quasquicentennial (125 years) of the Rose Parade, centennial of the Rose Bowl Game, and just rounding the corner on the centennial for the Wrigley Mansion/Tournament House, the TOR...
  • This Is Atlanta
    Silicon Valley 2.0 - The Technology Take-over In Atlanta
    Looking back over the years, any resident of Atlanta, Georgia can see massive changes that have taken place just by rolling down Peachtree Street. Every day, Atlanta opens up new businesses, giving opportunities for small to large businesses and...