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Your Website Must Be Mobile-Friendly – Or Expect Google to Lower Your Page Rank

Is your website mobile-friendly?

Don't assume that your website is mobile-friendly even if your web developer has told you that it is. Read More »

NFL DeflateGate – Tom Brady Faces Suspension; May the Farce Not Be With You

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Thanks to the Wells Report, we are learning that the DeflateGate story has legs longer than that guy on stilts in the circus, Read More »

Podcasting: Is It The Future Or The Past?

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At the grand old age of 59 I have lived through many technology revolutions and have a huge interest in the subject. The traditional way to get the news was through a newspaper. I liked the format. You never knew what was going to happen next. Turn the page and you found a whole new vista of discovery. The problem ... Read More »

Budgeting for College? Here Are Five Things You Should Not Buy

Going back to college doesn't have to be as expensive as you might think

With college debt now averaging more than $30,000 per graduate, it makes sense to scrimp where you can. Read More »

Baseball Brouhaha – A-Rod Hits Historic Homer; Yankees Want a Do-Over

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Maybe the Yankees don’t want to acknowledge that he hit that homerun officially, but they are gladly accepting the win over the Boston Red Sox that it provided. This is most certainly hypocrisy at its worst. Read More »

A 1960s Lexicon of Words of Liberation and Self Defense

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Over the decade of the 60s these groups developed and shared a lexicon of words that expressed their desire for liberation. The black community at-large widely used these liberation words and phrases. Recently I have been recalling those words and phrases noticing that I rarely hear them in today’s struggle. Read More »

Common Core Wars: Parents Opting Out of Testing Can Change Education for the Better

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Parents and teachers are forging an alliance to take back education, which in essence means eliminating most or all of these standardized tests in favor of something really radical – a day devoted to actual teaching! Read More »

Black Like Me

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That their torments be many and can only be explained in the darkest Yiddish proverbs by the cruses of a thousand rabbis. That the imps of a far-distant abyss visit each of them, every other night, for all the rest of their lives to keep their eyes propped open and their minds restless through the night, so they awaken tired in Hellhelm where there is no mornings. And if this does not get them to change their evil ways – for them I further wish: Read More »

4 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Blog Even If You Don’t Have a Website Now

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Blogs influence buying decisions and allow you to establish yourself as an expert, which can lead to a wider network of professional resources and can make it easier for customers and potential customers to give you valuable feedback on your product or service offerings. Read More »

Tennessee’s Troubling Move to Name the Bible as the State’s Official Book

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Tennessee trying to name The Bible as the state's official book is the latest attempt to insert religion into government and challenge the U.S. Constitution's Establishment Clause. Read More »