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How To Invest for MOST People

I like everything this site stands for. Long-term investing should be based on unbiased advice, diversification, tax efficiency, and low-fee index funds. Research has provent that trying to ‘beat’ the market does not work for everyday investors. Show More Summary

The Racetrack Vacation: A Weekend at the Cadillac V-Series Academy at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club

Sure, you could go on vacation at the beach. Or, you could learn how to drive a high performance Cadillac at the world's largest racetrack resort. Check out The Racetrack Vacation: A Weekend at the Cadillac V-Series Academy at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club on Primer.

Kids' Drawings May Predict Future Intelligence

Parents wondering whether their 4-year-olds will grow up to be on the honor roll might do well to pay attention to their drawings. Researchers at King's College London say a long-term study suggests a link between how well children draw at age 4 and their intelligence 10 years later, reports...

Murder trial starts for owner of pit bulls that mauled woman to death

To prosecutors, Alex Donald Jackson was a small-town drug dealer who did nothing to prevent Pamela Devitt, 63, from being mauled to death by four of his pit bulls -- despite being warned on several occasions about how violent and dangerous the dogs could become. 

Some see Qatar's hand in collapse of Gaza talks

26 minutes agoNews : The Newsroom

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The explosions rocking the Gaza Strip may seem far removed from the flashy cars and skyscrapers of ultra-rich Qatar, but efforts to end fighting between Hamas and Israel could hinge on how the tiny Gulf Arab state wields its influence over a Palestinian militant group with few friends left.

Australia's highest court to hear test case on asylum seekers

By Jane Wardell SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's highest court set a date on Thursday for a full hearing into how a group of Sri Lankan asylum seekers were detained at sea, a case that will test the government's authority to pursue its secretive immigration policies. Show More Summary

How To Capitalize On Economic Reform In India

By Accuvest Global Advisors: Economic Reform Poised to Unlock Higher GDP Growth (click to enlarge) The emphatic win of the BJP party in May's general election has given the new government a strong platform from which to launch economic reforms. Show More Summary

How to Keep Bacteria Out of Your Child’s Lunchbox

With back-to-school season right around the corner, the U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to make sure that parents keep their kids’ lunches safe. Children are at high risk of contracting foodborne illness because their immune systems are still developing. Show More Summary

How to tackle vague requirements in health IT and medical device software using fuzzy logic and storytelling

These days it’s pretty easy to build almost any kind of software you can imagine — what’s really hard, though, is figuring out what to build. As I work on complex software systems in government, medical devices, healthcare IT, and biomedical IT I find that tackling vague requirements is one of the most pervasive and […]

Why I can't scrapbook in chronological order

I’ve never scrapbooked my photos in chronological order. For the most part, that is how I choose to tell my stories within my albums, but as far as creating those pages, I need the freedom to jump from one thing to the next and back again. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: Pulp Fiction brought guns, gimps, and glory to the Cannes Film Festival

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Pulp Fiction (1994) Film festivals...Show More Summary

The Best Zings from 'Big Brother 16'

56 minutes agoEntertainment / Television : BuddyTV

The Zingbot returned on Big Brother 16, but he was broken and started giving out compliments. Luckily, Kathy Griffin arrives to show him how it?s done. Here are my Top 10 favorite zings from the episode. Also, check out the best zings from: Big Brother 15 Big Brother 14 Big Brother 13

How To Use A Quick Unpick – Sew Fun

It’s been far too long since I did some proper Sew Fun posts but here’s a little one to tide you over. Today we’re going to learn to use your new best friend: a quick unpicker. Basically this tool is a little pointy blade on the endShow More Summary

Functional Reactive Programming and JavaScript

Functional reactive programming (FRP) is an emerging programming paradigm that has recently gained popularity in the web world. That popularity isn’t just tied to fact that the video streaming giant Netflix blogged about how it applies FRP to optimize its API, but because it actually provides

ASP.Net Web Services – Different attribute properties of a WebMethod

CodeProject In the last blog post, we have discussed about how to use session state in a  web service. In this article we will go over different WebMethod attribute properties like Description, BufferResponse and CacheDuration. This is continuation of the previous article. So please go through that

How will Obama and the US respond to IS’s murder of James Foley ?

Channel 4 News: “Islamic State releases a video showing the murder of US journalist James Foley, apparently at the hands of a British jihadi fighter. Barack Obama says he will continue to

How Your Car Is Making You Fatter

A new study has shown that travelling to work via public transport is healthier than using your car — at least when it comes to your waistline. On average, people who drive to work tend to be around 3kg heavier than those whose commute is more active. In other words, that five-minute walk to the bus stop really does make a difference. More »      

4 Biggest Eagles Storylines Entering Preseason Week 3

Despite the absence of a fun quarterback controversy like in 2013, the Eagles have had a pretty intriguing preseason so far. Unlikely heroes have emerged, from rookies to veterans, and it'll be exciting to see how these players lookShow More Summary

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LAMBERT STRETHER: So, on the campaign. Cuomo’s operation is challenging your campaign’s ballot access and Teachout’s residency. You’ve turned to crowdsourcing to raise legal fees. How is that going, and is the bulk of your campaign’s funding crowdsourced? TIM WU: Right. That’s a great question. We have started crowdsourcing. Some campaigns have had success with […]

How can we convince rightwingers to accept climate science …

… persuade them to stop being rightwingers[1] I have a piece in Inside Story arguing that the various efforts to “frame” the evidence on climate change, and the policy implications, in a way that will appeal to those on the political right are all doomed. Whether or not it was historically inevitable, anti-science denialism is […]

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