Monthly Archives: March 2018

What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal?

What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal? Cereal with milk is a quick and healthy way to start your day. Top your cereal with fresh or frozen fruit, a handful of raisins or dried cranberries, and some … Continue reading

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Messenger Shiva Part 1: The Event Itself

In 2014 a phrase suddenly popped into my head; two words, actually. “Messenger Shiva.” I didn’t know what that meant, exactly, but I put it in my back pocket in case I ever needed a snappy cryptic title for something.…

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Messenger Shiva Part 2: The Matrixness Intensifies

This is the ultimate narrative I’ve always wanted to write—something that brings together my own life with politics, metaphysics, internet culture, and just general weirdness. This a journey that began in the aftermath of 9/11, and traveled through my experiences working…

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Tips and Types of Solar Panels

When you plan to go for solar energy you should keep following tips in mind. Moreover, these tips will help you better understand how solar energy can have effective benefits over time. Changing your current energy systems to solar energy…

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You’re being watched (and maybe you’re okay with it)

Originally posted on 80KV:
  You’re being watched online I know, because I’m one of the ones watching you. My day job is in web analytics, which is a euphemistic way of saying “spying on people on the internet.” I…

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Monitoring My Own Media Usage: So the NSA Can Take a Day Off

Originally posted on A Hausch Divided:
When I was asked to monitor my media usage for a 24-hour period, it came as no surprise to me that I spend more than just a couple hours every weekday looking at either…

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Trashy (anti-gun) protest

*** left-wing or right-wing, doesn’t really matter, it takes two wings for a bird to fly *** gaaah Weekend anti-gun protests in D.C., like previous Left-wing demonstrations, generate tons of trash for others to clean up Monday, March 26, 2018 … Continue reading

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Surveillance

Originally posted on FutureTechMag:
It’s amazing how much of our current technology has been predicted by Science Fiction authors. ?Surveillance was predicted in 1939. The dystopian concept of Big Brother originated with?George Orwell’s?1984, leading to the term “Orwellian” entering everyday…

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Surveillance

Originally posted on Powered by Robots:
© Enisa “Citizens. You are being watched. It is now safe to cross the street.” The simulated voice from the cross walk camera sounded both melodious and ominous. “I think it’s creepy how the…

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Video (otw) Ray Stevens

This is a story about what happened one Sunday to a certain church way down in Mississippi.

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Toxic Dentures — (a blog share)

A bit older (2010) blog post, but something that still (2018) might be a concern today. Toxic Dentures October 20th, 2010 Toxins in Dental Plastic Plates The Cost of Dental Treatment: Are Dentures a Good Option? My, oh my, how … Continue reading

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Animals in Captivity: The Unhealthy Truth

Originally posted on Professor Ramos' Blog:
It’s exciting to witness normally undomesticated animals so close, all that separates you and the animal is a thick piece of glass. How else are people going to get so close to lions, monkeys,…

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Get a grasp on true education necessities

Originally posted on One day at a time:
Common core. The bane of my existence in motherhood since she was in first grade. In theory, it sounds like an excellent ideation. A standard to uphold all of our educational system…

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