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Happiness Eludes Me

Have you ever woken up in the morning and just felt–blah?  I’m sure you have at some point, I think we all do.  Today was one of those days… 1,166 more words

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How Technology Kicked A Los Angeles Dance Studio Into High Gear


Founding partners Bill Brown and the late Terrance Curtis began Studio A in the early 1980s on a shoestring budget, a bounty of ingenuity, a blast of raw talent and a never ceasing can-do attitude. 631 more words

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How Technology Kicked A Los Angeles Dance Studio Into High Gear


Founding partners Bill Brown and the late Terrance Curtis began Studio A in the early 1980s on a shoestring budget, a bounty of ingenuity, a blast of raw talent and a never ceasing can-do attitude. 631 more words

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Get Ready For The Red iPhone 7

This news will be a big OMG for lovers of Apple products and lovers of the color red.

They introduced the new red I-Phone 7 and I -Phone 7+ today. 7 more words

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The Tablet is Dead, Long Live the Tablet

Over the past couple months, I’ve grown frustrated with my decision last summer to purchase the 32gb version of the iPad Pro 9.7.  It seems that 32gb just isn’t what it used to be.  633 more words

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Thinking Of Starting A Business In California? Here Are The Online Resources You'll Need


Starting a business in California can be difficult. The success of your business ultimately depends on the decisions you make before you lay the groundwork. As a practical business owner, you should consider a few of these online resources. 384 more words

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B.C. government looking to increase tech sector with new grads and immigrants

The province is pushing to be a leader in the innovation economy by boosting the number of tech-grads.

Speaking at the second annual #BCTECH Summit in Vancouver on Monday, Premier Christy Clark said the province will become a leader by increasing the number of tech-grads by 1,000 a year by year 2022 and doubling post-secondary tech co-op placements to over 1,400 students annually. 321 more words

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