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Tips to Master the Art of Public Speaking

On Saturday Morning, September 2016, I finally decided that I need to do something before I give up on my dreams. And the line, “Remember, why you started,” keep popping up in my head again and again. 754 more words

Passion

A stealthy antenna for houses with radiant barrier

I haven’t written a post in a while, so I thought I’d write a couple about the amateur radio activities I’ve been up to recently. 845 more words

Amateur Radio

5 Tips For Finding Out Where Your Relationship is Going

Keep these tips in mind if you’re scared of freaking him out.

I won’t beat around the bush.  I’ve seen it time and time again. Some men keep a woman in a relationship for years, hinting at marriage as a “someday” thing when really they have no intention of following through. 730 more words

Relationships

Communications from the Other Side #2

Yes you have ideas/plans/goals and it seems very difficult for you to get started whether money is an issue or you are holding off on putting in the money required out of fear it may not work in your favour but I am seeing with hardwork you will be able to achieve your goals and you will be recognized and appreciated for your efforts.

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Thoughts

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Now is the time to upgrade your 2G/3G CDMA gateways with Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Solution Packages that include a LTE router designed for mobile or IoT applications. 190 more words

Communications

In The Land Of Wolves

Everything has a scent.  Smell it once and if ever its in your mist again, exact identification is easy.  “Meme” “Mini-Me”, similar in statue but one came with a stench.  920 more words

Communications

Five Majors that are Surprisingly Useful for Marketing

American colleges are weird. We are promised four years of sweet student loan-subsidized debauchery with a side of class, and then when we get there we are expected to make decisions that will follow us for the rest of our lives. 284 more words