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Saddling Up My High Horse

Nothing separates me from others faster than those moments when I saddle up my high horse and I start judging others from up on high! I’d like to lie and tell you how spiritually fit I am and how loving and kind I am all of the time but I can’t do that as it wouldn’t be authentic. 379 more words

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She closed her eyes, absorbing the warmth of the blood as it began to flow down her chest. She pulled him closer. Every single trickle burned her as it separated itself from the dominate flow and made its own path down her cold body. 245 more words

Stuck In a Comfort Zone

Get Out of Your Comfort Zone (Your Success Depends on it)

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted is One Step Outside Your Comfort Zone.

“Nobody ever died of discomfort, yet living in the name of comfort has killed more ideas, more opportunities, more actions, and more growth than everything else combined. 810 more words


How Cryptocurrency Both Creates and Resolves Financial Uncertainty

AUTHOR’S NOTE:  This post is not about how to invest in cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as others, are here to stay, but a lot of folks still don’t understand the ins and outs of how this new financial tool operates.   719 more words

Are Cyber Weapons Too Dangerous to Use?

Editor’s Note: We are happy to introduce “Agent Provocateur,” a new column by Joshua Rovner (@joshrovner1) on intelligence, strategy, and statecraft.

Source: Are Cyber Weapons Too Dangerous to Use?

Cyber Warfare

Why do people choose to live in hazardous areas, despite the risk?

Living in England, a country perceived to be relatively safe from tectonic hazards, it is often difficult for me to understand why people may choose to live in potentially hazardous areas. 343 more words


What went wrong? Reverse-engineering disaster

Last week, we nearly pushed a bad configuration into production, which would have broken some things and made some code changes live that were not ready. 712 more words