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Why People Never Turn Off Their Phones

“Man is by nature a social animal; an individual who is unsocial naturally and not accidentally is either beneath our notice or more than human. Society is something that precedes the individual.” 1,148 more words


A few interwoven thoughts

This is the English version, slightly adapted to the current moment, of my last post from Sunday.

There’s a lot I could write about, but I’d like to start with a discussion about the word ‘neighbor.’ This word has entered my mind and my world a lot lately, and I’m thinking about what it means to be a good neighbor. 445 more words

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White Paper: Fiber Connector Inspection -- Why It Matters and How It Works

As bandwidth demands rise and loss budgets get tighter, specks of dust and dirt, oils, and anything else on a connector end face can wreak havoc on network performance. 53 more words


Using Scenarios to Assess Tesla Motors Prospect in the Electric Vehicle World 2020+

Tesla Motors is strategically placed to be at the forefront of a re-thought and revitalized world-order in mobility. Arriving at this stage has not been an easy task for CEO Elon Musk and Tesla Motors, whom constantly have battled near bankrupt periods and consumer uncertainty. 1,108 more words


Good morning... When the sunlight hits the trees...

Good morning . . .When the sunlight hit the trees – https://wp.me/p2Qc5y-7kc

Image from zedge.com.

Compiled by Paulette Motzko.

February 20th 2017 at 12:50 p.m.


2/18 – Family Photos

In which a quirk of our hero’s boss is discussed and a realization about his colleagues ensues. 

Joy had two children, Anna and George, and at any point in time she always had 6 or 7 photos of them in her office. 852 more words