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Google Training

Dear Reader,

Today, I got to be the recipient of “Google Training.”  Naturally, this was a complete waste of my time, as I used to be one of the  (unofficial) “Google Experts” at my old community college, a place where, if I said I knew how to do something, I was respected enough to be believed. 393 more words

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On RPGs and randomness

Many types of games rely on some form of randomness. This is absolutely nothing new nor is there anything inherently wrong with it. Hell, if I knew exactly in which order I’ll draw the cards in that Solitaire game or how much damage will that next fireball spell deal, I could as well not play at all. 722 more words


Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz

Odd Thomas series is one of my favorite mystery/thriller books. They are great. The first book in the series: “Odd Thomas” is currently on sale… 71 more words


Drought Reshaping Cattle Feeding and Inventories

Extensive and prolonged drought throughout much of the country is spurring a change in the feeding and inventory map for U.S. cattle herds. For the first time, Nebraska surpassed Texas in the number of cattle on feed and the trend continues as the finishing sector of the business continues moving closer to the feed source. 408 more words

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Chase Bids Farewell to Montana Stockgrowers

Before I was welcomed into the ranching world as the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s (MSGA) communication intern in 2010, I had no idea how much the beef industry would impact my life. 370 more words

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New Worlds...New/Old Friends...New Build

Just a teaser!
Working on a new build with Dale Innis on Kitely called The Hudson Line.
Still far from being finished, but I hope it will be a new enjoyable world to explore on Kitely – Virtual Worlds on Demand.
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Ebola case in Nigeria - Do you agree with the dated September 22 for schools resumption?.

Being aware of the number of lives the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has claimed since it was introduced into Nigeria by the late Liberian-American, Patrick sawyer, and understanding the poor facilities in our schools, and the risk of being infected. 30 more words

Ebola In Nigeria