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Options for Workers' Comp Getting National Attention

Richard’s Note:

All those who read my previous post, Letting Problems Fester, learned that my father was admitted to the hospital the day before I wrote the post.

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Medical Tourism

Comcast Hacks its Own Email Service! On Purpose! Really!

UPDATE TO THIS POST – – SOLUTION FOUND!  and not from Comcast.

A helpful reader sent me the following recommendation, pasted below in its poetic entirety. 629 more words

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Opt out news. Brooklyn testing boycott leads to NY dropping the mandated test.

Last Spring:

A group of teachers at the International High School at Prospect Heights refused to administer a city-mandated writing test they say is unsuitable for their students, many of whom are recent immigrants learning English. 206 more words

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Sorry I Commented

Wow, I commented on one interesting image at Google+ and for the remainder of the day I was bombarded with every other comment and every response from the original poster. 218 more words

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23AndMe Decides To Not Enroll Users Automatically In Relative-Matching Service

23AndMe, the DIY DNA-sequencing service, wanted to make a change to its privacy settings. Since the Food and Drug Administration stopped the company from offering and marketing information about customers’ health and vulnerability to certain diseases and medications last year, … 780 more words

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This Post Brought to You by Bill & Melinda Gates

Tonight I had the pleasure of attending a well-run presentation by the Delaware State Education Association (DSEA) related to the Delaware Performance Appraisal System, currently in a revised state of its second iteration (DPAS II (r) ), and it got me thinking. 776 more words

kavips reblogged this on kavips and commented:

Someone tell me why we are rushing into the Smarter Balanced Assessments again? Oh, yeah, Greg Lavelle. That's right.

A True Opt-Out on Smart Meters

A True Opt-Out: Evaluating Health Effects in Smart Meters

Smart Meters are coming to my town, as they may be to yours.  Smart Meters, which send WiFi signals back to mission control, will likely become more popular in future years since they save utility companies money and enable people to optimize energy savings if they so desire.   1,342 more words