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COLUMBUS DAY TEACH HISTORY THROUGH SONG In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Maurice Abravanel was a descendant of Don Isaac Abravanel, born in 1438, who, as finance minister to Queen Esabella of Spain, arranged funding for the first … Continue reading

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The drug industry wants us to think Martin Shkreli is a rogue CEO but is isn’t.   #Shkreli #FDA #FDA Approval Some Notes Toward a Comprehensive Plan For Screwing Martin Shkreli Why not trust European drug regulators?  Actually, it turns … Continue reading

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Robots Replace Your Job

Machines have been replacing human workers for a very long time. https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2015/09/15/could-a-robot-write-this-article/ Robots can do many things humans can’t, more efficiently – and without complaint. Now, so-called knowledge workers could be on the chopping block, too – from telemarketers and … Continue reading

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1958 National Defense Education Act, PL85-864 (graduate fellowship program and the National Defense Student Loan Program (NDSL), the precursor to the Perkins Loan Program, first Federal student aid program for low-income students) http://nndb.com/ Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education … Continue reading

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5G the Free WiFi Killer

From: Dave Burstein dslprime.com Date: Monday, August 24, 2015 Subject: “5G the Free WiFi Killer” EE Times The Intel/Verizon/Ericsson model of future wireless has everything controlled by a (carrier-managed) gateway. This report from the Intel Developers’ Forum suggests troubling consequences. The … Continue reading

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