All about the humble Etch a Sketch

The Etch a Sketch is the original magic screen that's fun and easy to use. You just draw on the screen using the left and right knobs; when you're done, turn over and shake to erase then start the fun all over again! A popular toy in the 1960s and …

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Education should be Experiential

You’ve heard that familiar, but time-dishonored, rationalization: “The end justifies the means.” Everyone knows that this saying has been offered by “true believers” in multitudes of causes as justification for their violent deeds. A bad tree, however, as Jesus Christ pointed out, produces bad fruit. Evil means lead to …

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What is a Balance Sheet?

The balance sheet is a financial statement which provides an overall picture of your business at any given point in time. The term balance here refers to a business’ assets, liabilities, and equity being in balance; these aspects are explained below.

The balance sheet is presented as a simple equation …

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Save Money on your Wedding Music

Once considered a low-rent alternative to a band, deejays have emerged as the hip alternative for your wedding reception. The main draw: You can book a deejay for one-third to one-half the price of a band, though celebrity deejays charge more. Beyond price, there are several advantages. A deejay has …

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The Five Iterations of Agriculture

Farmers tend to get a bad rap; people think they’re dumb hicks who don’t know what they’re doing, who pour pesticides into the earth, who have been swindled into using GMO seed by big corporations, who are out of touch with climate change, and who run simplistic …

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How to Avoid Investment Fraud

How can you avoid becoming prey to investment fraud? You need to remain in charge of your investment decisions and to do so in an educated manner. Too many investors trust unscrupulous individuals and outright con artists to make financial decisions for them. Taking the following actions can help lessen …

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Likely Interview Questions

A potential employer at an interview will be interested in three main areas of questioning. You know without a doubt that you will be asked questions about: (a) your qualifications and skills; (b) your previous work experience; and (c) your character or personality. Let us look at each of these …

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