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The Grave of Johnny Ringo – Dragoon, Arizona - Atlas Obscura
The Grave of Johnny Ringo – Dragoon, Arizona - Atlas Obscura
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Lawrence Tesler, Who Made Personal Computing Easier, Dies at 74 - The New York Times
When you’re cutting and pasting, dragging the cursor over selected text and performing other common computer tasks, you can thank him.
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The Virtual Production of The Mandalorian, Season One - YouTube
A behind the scenes look at the groundbreaking virtual production technology used on The Mandalorian, Season One. Over 50 percent of The Mandalorian Season 1 was filmed using this ground-breaking new methodology, eliminating the need for location shoots entirely. Instead, actors in The Mandalorian
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yesterday by mud
"Amazon Empire": 10 Key Takeaways from FRONTLINE’s Documentary on Jeff Bezos’ Rise and Reign | Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos | FRONTLINE | PBS | Official Site
On Feb. 18, the PBS investigative series FRONTLINE released a two-hour documentary investigating how Jeff Bezos turned Amazon from a tiny company run out of a garage into a business empire that is without precedent in the history of American capitalism.
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David Brooks: The Nuclear Family Was a Mistake - The Atlantic
David Brooks: The Nuclear Family Was a Mistake - The Atlantic
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yesterday by csilverman
Five Levels of Change Management Maturity
Organizations are facing larger and more frequent changes in the current economic climate. A changing marketplace, empowered workforce and technological advancements have created an environment where change is now a part of everyday business.
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yesterday by mud
The Packing Hack That Will Solve All Your Suitcase Woes
There’s even a formula you can use to combat overpacking. Packing. Unless you’re a platinum-level business traveler, deciding what to bring is usually a headache.
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yesterday by mud
Why Talented People Don’t Use Their Strengths
We often undervalue what we inherently do well. If you've watched the Super Bowl in recent years, you've probably seen the coaches talking to each other over headsets during the game.
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yesterday by mud
Event Driven Architecture - Pradeep Loganathan
Event Driven Architecture Event driven architecture (EDA) is an architectural paradigm where behavior is composed by reacting to events. In this paradigm events imply a significant change in state. This allows you to create a systems architecture in which the flow of information is determined by events. via Pocket
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