Archive for 10/05/2013

The Daily Jorge

I have a theory that life revolves around music. I’m not just saying that simply because mine does, either.

I mean, sure, for most people there are things that are waaaaay more important to them than music, but music goes beyond simply being “important”. Music impacts. It shapes the very things are us. It shapes us.

Music changes people’s moods, ideas, thoughts, emotions; it affects how we think, how we act, what we say, and how we say it. Music is used both to celebrate, and to mourn.

Music conveys things in a way in which we as people otherwise fail to, sometimes. An apology might not be the same when said then when made into a song. Love is sweeter with a suitable soundtrack (although, you might cry if you attempt to use that same soundtrack as a means of recovering from a break up…).

Music is around…

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Jaro Education

MBA is a degree which makes you an expert in the theory as well as practical aspects of business administration. The MBA degree holders after pursuing their course apply for job. Couple of years back, the world got acquainted with the recession and this heavily affected the employment sector. An economy is never said to be stable. Sometimes there are more job prospects and sometimes there are comparatively less job opportunities.

online mbaThe increase in the international trade and commerce is responsible for the economic instability of one country to affect the other country. Economic instability also results in cutting down of international investments and expenditure. The expert policy makers are the ones who work on reducing the economic instability and hence, formulate recovery policies. Some of the techniques adopted by the policy makers include creating new job opportunities, controlling the growing inflation and stabilizing the currency exchange rate.

Thus, MBA…

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Christine Gross-Loh has traveled the world and come to the conclusion that very many Americans are overprotected, are irresponsible teenagers, are poorly educated, and I will add that they become adults who can’t survive in the real world of work, achievement, and family life.

She reinforces what I have been writing about in my blogs. Offspring should have an indoctrinated moral code by the age of 13 and should be participating in real world responsibilities in their teenage years working about 4 hours a day at less than minimum wage doing urban farming, safe factory assembly line work, being cashiers, and working in fast food establishments. Parents can either shuttle teenagers to and from work or they can ride scooters or motorcycles to work on their own.

There is proof in the world from different countries that students need much less hours spent in school but need to focus more…

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Today In The Past





1267 – Vienna’s church orders all Jews to wear a distinctive garb

1278 – Jews of England imprisoned on charges of coining

1291 – Scottish nobles recognize authority of English king Edward I

1427 – Jews are expelled from Berne Switzerland

1497 – Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci leaves for 1st voyage to the New World

1503 – Columbus discovers Cayman Islands

1534 – French navigator Jacques Cartier reaches Newfoundland

1559 – Scottish Protestants under John Knox uprise against queen-mother Mary

1652 – John Johnson, a free black, is granted 550 acres in Northampton, Va

1655 – Jamaica captured by English




1676 – Bacon’s Rebellion, frontiersmenvsVirginiagovernmentbegins







1752 – Benjamin Franklins 1st tests the lightning rod

1768 – John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for The North Briton severely criticizing King George III. This action provokes rioting in London.


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alberrrrt's raw thoughts

Time is priceless, and everyone knows it. The main thing, may be not the most but one of those is to remember ‘what we’re doing on earth’ are important aspects to our current days. It doesn’t matter lying on the bad all day long or working like a slave to have finish on in what we’re doing harder than before. It doesn’t matter. If we’re doing it conscieuosly, we do. And I’m saying to myself not to be the greatest of the greatest in every field of business, but just do what I want to do. This fact of life is patiently obvious. You know it.

Pity, miserable, nothing worth having comes easy. In the school I wanted to be a programmer, and I attented the university where I had been learning programming, but mostly it was a math, clear math and I couldn’t find a solution to…

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Maria Institute

If you are planning for a MBA, you should take some time to read this post to learn more about MBA.


Are You Planning For A MBA?

Are you planning to do a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA)? Remember, it’s something very serious and so you must do a lot of research to choose the right MBA College. Irrespective of your educational background, age, work-experience, an MBA degree can open new door of opportunities for you.

Duration Of The Course

So, it’s very important to choose the right MBA program which meets your specific requirements. One of the most important aspects that you need to consider while deciding on the MBA course is the amount of time you can invest in your education. Also, you may find that the duration of the course may vary with the different educational institutes and universities.

You can either choose the part-time option or…

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Frederick G. Kahl

There were a lot of folks I scanned at the Westport Maker Faire who wanted to come in and use the library’s 3D printer to print themselves out. If you don’t want to do that, you can always commission me to do a high quality print for you, but as promised I am putting up a quick tutorial on how to print one yourself.
Step 1- find your model to print
The first thing is to find your file and download it from the project page on Thingiverse. Your model will be a 3D .stl file. To prepare it for printing, it must be converted to instructions for a 3d printer. This process is known as slicing.
Step 2: Slicing
Because the library’s machines are Makerbots, we reccommend using Makerware software to prep files for printing. First, click the “Add” button and place the model on the build…

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The Risk Management Paradox

I was attending recently a Forum organized by ESSEC Business School in Singapore (on the 26t february 2013). The topic under scrutiny was:

“Can Management Education Cope with Globalization Crisis and Sustainability?”

To explore and discuss this topic

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