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The Way Of Men

The Way of Men didn’t change or challenge a lot of my perspectives, instead it reinforced most of my ideologies and core values. Needless to say it was a pleasant and easy read, that I’ve put it on the back burner for too long. 617 more words

Book Reviews

Opinion vs Professional Counsel

Many people want to start new business or experiment with new ideas. Then what’s the reason they don’t. Why do they begin to explore possibility of quitting their job and after sometime give up? 375 more words

Management

Ethics of invention: Taming our technologies

Technological innovation in fields from genetic engineering to cyberwarfare is accelerating at a breakneck pace, but ethical deliberation over its implications has lagged behind. Thus argues Sheila Jasanoff — who works at the nexus of science, law and policy — in The Ethics of Invention, her fresh investigation. 394 more words

Policy

Writing, mess and risk taking

This is a photo of an experiment I did with my big daughter yesterday. We tried making new crayons from all the old crayons around the house and as you can see the results will not make it onto Pinterest. 325 more words

New therapies offer hope to cancer patients

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

One in three people can expect to get cancer some time in their life, generally as they age.

The National Cancer Registry puts it at one in four men and five women getting cancer by the time they are 75 years old. 1,077 more words

Current Affairs

4 Real Estate Lessons From Old-School Board Games

The real estate game is all about taking risks and trying not to run into trouble.

Playing old board games with friends is a fun way to spend a Saturday night. 721 more words

Real Estate

my habit of risking it

Today as I headed to the airport, I realized my habit’s propensity was at a all time high. Traveling through Europe had been a dream, a notion. 253 more words