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Value Proposition in a Digitally Disruptive Age: Idea Generation and Communication

Linda (@lindaodnokon) and I often have arguments about how often I give away my investment ideas for free.  Love of my life and business partner, I often frustrate her or lose my temper, but I fail to explain myself fully. 529 more words


Plans for 2018 — a rallying statement from Corinne Carey, New York Campaign Director

As the Compassion and Choices fiscal year ends, the NYS campaign director looks back and forward:

Will 2018 be the year that New York joins six other states and the District of Columbia in allowing New Yorkers the choice of medical aid in dying? 477 more words


Congressmen make $174,000 a year. This Republican wants an extra $30,000 'housing allowance.'

If this does not anger you then you probably should pick up a newspaper, these moops are busily trying to downgrade your health care and your ability to get it. 323 more words


In that year, Isaac Sowed a seed. (GEN 26 vs 12)

I have been meaning to write this blog for a while now; but time has been jealously keeping me from this forum. Nevertheless, the more the thoughts have been nursing and festering in my head, the more convicted I have become of the reality and a wisdom and an urgency has been birthed in me. 844 more words

Be Free

Fake news continues to spread. Here's how to stop it.

By Coshandra Dillard

Facebook is still a thing. It’s where millions of people around the world gather to discuss the latest issues or share memories. 1,154 more words

News & Views

'No longer up to the task': N.S. privacy watchdog says province's laws need to change

Nova Scotia’s information and privacy watchdog released its annual report on Monday which concludes that the province needs to improve if it wants to become more accountable to its citizens. 349 more words