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Balance Sheet Wind Down Good, But Not Simple

Today the Federal Reserve is set to announce the schedule for unwinding its balance sheet. This is a step in the right direction, but it also has the potential to increase the risk of a recession. It’s past time to reduce the Fed’s balance sheet because its role in the economy is unnecessarily large. Show More Summary

'Tales of the Tiny Planet' Review- A Refreshingly Simple Physics Puzzle Game

The App Store has come a tremendously long way since its humble beginnings in 2008. It was the first time that Apple had officially introduced the distribution of third-party applications on its platform. It was an exciting time and many developers were taking their first steps in exploring the possibilities of gaming on iOS devices.

Paleo Waldorf Salad Recipe

The post Paleo Waldorf Salad Recipe appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. Easy to make and packed with flavor, nothing beats a Waldorf salad. One simple swap and you can enjoy this classic as part of your Paleo diet. What is a Waldorf? A Waldorf salad is truly an American classic. Show More Summary

6 Funding Sources For Good Causes, Without Angels

Angel investors and venture capitalists don’t make equity investments in nonprofit good causes. The simple reason is that it’s impossible to make money for investors when the goal of the company is to not make money. Yet as an active...Show More Summary

RANKED: 5 Most Powerful Armies on the Planet (In 2030)

Robert Farley Security, Who would win?  In the end, the answers to “how do we build a powerful army” remain painfully simple. States that have access to enthusiastic populations with high human capital, that can cull the most innovative...Show More Summary

What Really Happened

What Really Happened There's a really simple answer to the question Hillary Clinton keeps asking. She lost. Did you enjoy this cartoon? This post What Really Happened appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Quantifying privacy loss in a statistical database

In the previous post we looked at a simple randomization procedure to obscure individual responses to yes/no questions in a way that retains the statistical usefulness of the data. In this post we’ll generalize that procedure, quantify the privacy loss, and discuss the utility/privacy trade-off. More general randomized response Suppose we have a binary response […]

Attack the Source: 10 Simple Ways to Prevent Clutter — September Sweep

It's hump day! In spite of the hum-drum of the mid-week, let's do something a little unexpected and pivot a bit on our usual decluttering. READ MORE »

Steins;Gate Elite - more screens, gameplay details

- developed by 5pb. - features every second of the anime captured in the game - will tell its story completely different from the conventional series - watch the animation with a simple press of the button - game will feature new routes that weren’t in the original anime - WhiteFox is taking care of the production, as they did with the anime - due out this Spring in Japan

Start Building Wealth With These 3 Real Estate Investing Resources

Here’s a simple truth. It’s almost impossible to become financially independent working a 9 to 5. As Robert Kiyosaki points out in his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the disadvantages of being an employee are just too numerous. Taxes, for one, crush your wealth building ability. Worse yet, you’re not guaranteed job security. And if Keep Reading ?

Bringing Home Baby Reveals Life, Death, and Everything in Between

How could I go on when human life begins and ends? How could I go on with such a clear idea of the finiteness of existence? How could I do something as simple as brushing my teeth and climbing into bed in a cool, dark room knowing that babies are born and people die? The post Bringing Home Baby Reveals Life, Death, and Everything in Between appeared first on The Millions.

World leaders don’t understand women — and that’s hurting gender equality

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

For years, late night host Jay Leno conducted impromptu interviews with random people on the street, asking simple trivia questions in hopes of embarrassing them on national television. “What country did we fight in the Revolutionary War?” (One answer: “France!”) “What are people from Denmark...

The Simple Two-Step Pattern For Seven Key Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones

“There are just so many reactions! I can’t remember all the mechanisms!!” – distressed organic chemistry student Yes, yes there are a lot of reactions, particularly in second semester organic chemistry. But there is good news on this front: there is a tremendous amount of repetition in these reactions. For instance, what if I told you […]

Corporate innovators: How to get your slow organization moving faster

GUEST: Innovation in theory and innovation in practice are radically different. Here are some simple tools to get your company’s innovation pipeline through the obstacles it will encounter. Pete Newell and I have been working with Karl, the Chief Innovation Officer of a large diversified multi-billion-dollar company I’ll call Spacely Industries. Show More Summary

Harrison: Spite And Tax Law

Jeffrey Harrison (Florida), Spite: Legal and Social Implications: Spite is not a simple concept. The same actions may be motivated by a desire to harm others as a source of the actor’s satisfaction. They may also be a reaction to a personal sense of injustice. Finally, spite-like actions are consistent...

What’s in the new GOP health care bill, in one (simple) chart

How does this latest Republican health care bill compare with the previous GOP efforts? This chart provides a side-by-side comparison. Continue reading ? The post What’s in the new GOP health care bill, in one (simple) chart appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Why RSS Feeds Still Beat Facebook And Twitter For Tracking News

You'd be forgiven for thinking RSS died off with the passing of Google Reader, but our old friend Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary) still has a role to play on the web of 2017. It's faster, more efficient, and you won't have to worry as much about accidentally leaking your news reading habit to all your Facebook friends. Show More Summary

Complex life evolved out of the chance coupling of small molecules

(University of the Witwatersrand) Very simple ribonucleic acid (RNA) molecules (compounds similar to Deoxyribonucleic acid(DNA)) can join other RNA molecules to themselves though a chemical reaction called ligation. The random joining...Show More Summary

How to reset your AirPods

Having problems with your AirPods? A simple reset should do the trick. Apple's new AirPods have a lot going for them — they're ultra-portable, sound great, and offer easy access to Siri — but as with any products, they can have their...Show More Summary

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