Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach That was what the sign on the highway outside of Reno said, at any rate. I kept waiting for the corresponding sign saying Ice May Be Foggy But I haven’t seen it yet. We escaped … Continue reading ?
Guest Post: Just about every tech leader in Silicon Valley says they admire Steve Jobs, but when it comes to following his lead, where’s the love? Visit any hacker hangout, tech firm, or investment company in Silicon Valley, and you’re sure to hear people say how much they admire Steve Jobs. They’ll say that he was the […]
Guest Post: Hackers need to find one weak point to steal valuable information, while you must account for every possible vulnerability across your entire infrastructure. We must band together, think like a bad guy and take action to protect what matters.
Subscribe on iTunes | Become a Fan on Facebook | Download the iPhone app | Download This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guest: David […] The post Making Travel Writing Work with David Farley – This Week in Travel #169 appeared first on Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast.
I know, I know, you're watching the World Cup finals or the EV Finals right bow but this week I've got a guest post from David Queener aka Scar3crow, an interesting cat that I talk to online. Go HERE to...
The full list of VIPs at the World Cup final has been posted on social media. Included in the A-list of celebrities are LeBron James, Adriana Lima, Gisele Bundchen, Daniel Craig, Shakira, Ashton Kutcher and Placido Domingo. As for the world leaders, Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin, and Jacob Zuma all made the trip to the Maracana for Germany [...]
This guest post is by reader Mike in New Hampshire. Mike wrote an Ask the Readers article last year, looking for ideas to help his dad get set for retirement. He wrote to us recently and asked if he could update their story. We were only too glad to provide a forum for them. It [...]
Guest Post: After years of rumors and speculation, Amazon’s first smartphone, Fire, has arrived. While the device drew kudos for its 3D-like display and a bit of sticker shock for its $649 price tag, the killer feature by far is Firefly. Firefly lets the phone physically recognize more than 100 million products, allowing consumers to quickly identify […]
Submitted by Lars Schall or LarsSchall.com, Related to a book that I’m writing in German, I was asking myself whether the 12 regional Federal Reserve banks are privately owned. The US Supreme Court, I found out, said this on January 3, 1928 in the case “United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation v. Show More Summary
Post by Michele Zipp. There isn't much not to love about this couple -- Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are ridiculously cute and seem to always be beaming with happiness. I just love love. Channing is one of those Hollywood heartthrobs who loves his wife and isn't afraid to express it. Show More Summary
Guest Post: There's just too much hype, demand and real results to shy away from predictive intelligence.
This post compares Hyatt and Starwood brands average room rates to see if there is a significant competitive advantage to Hyatt or Starwood for the frequent guest loyal to one or the other hotel chain. Hyatt Hotels and Starwood Hotels...Show More Summary
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor “No me digas illegal”/Don’t call me illegal “Porque eso no lo soy”/Because I am not “llegal son sus leyes”/Illegal are your laws “Y por eso no me voy”/And that’s why I’m not leaving” Entitled illegal … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach It’s morning here in Reno, and I thought I’d write a bit more about the Kaya Identity and the Beer Identity. My last post about the Kaya Identity was controversial, and I wanted to see … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, once again the house-sitter is in place, and Clan Eschenbach is on the highway. Just me and the gorgeous ex-fiancee this time, our daughter is working as a construction manager south of San Francisco. … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Obama Administration is not only using tax dollars to advertise… but also using tax dollars to pay more than $6000 a month to house ILLEGALS—NOTE the Tax Free reference in the ad. When a Murrieta … Continue reading ?
Submitted by David Stockman via The Japan Times, The first big wave of embracing a liberal international economic order - relatively free trade, rising international capital flows and rapidly growing global economic integration - resulted in something remarkable. Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Cleveland scores this week in big news. First, former Cleveland Cavalier and basketball whiz LeBron James announced that he will be leaving the Miami Heat to return to the Cavaliers, the first team he played for in the NBA. “When I left Cleveland, I was on a mission,” James said in […]
[guest post by Dana] At the risk of immigration update overload, I wanted to briefly mention a few interesting reports. First, in Murrieta, CA, the local Penny Saver newspaper ran an ad seeking “loving, compassionate parents to provide a loving home”… for “unaccompanied refugee minors”. According to the ad, monthly reimbursement for providing a home […]
This is a guest post by Uyen Tieu, the co-founder and CRO of Rumble. She is a seasoned executive in figuring out how media companies make money and how they morph onto new platforms. If you’re a traditional content publishing company,...Show More Summary