The Family: 'Raised in a doomsday cult, I entered the real world at 15'

Ben Shenton was raised in a cult that thought the world would soon end. It didn't - but one day his world abruptly changed.
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5 Books on Growth We Recommend to Everyone

One of the many perks of hosting the SuccessLab Podcast are the tidbits we learn during each episode’s lightning round. During this recurring segment, guests are invited to share their favorite business tools, top technology recommendations and the books they’d pass along to fellow entrepreneurs .  This got our team thinking about the writers and books that have impacted our growth and inspired us to re-evaluate our personal dreams and professional goals.  With that, here are a few o...
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How to Hold Your P&S Camera

After last week’s picture presentation of how to hold your SLR camera got such an incredible response, many people chimed in via email, asking if I could do a piece on how to hold your Point-and-Shoot camera.  While it’s not hugely different,… Read more → The post How to Hold Your P&S Camera appeared first on CanonBlogger.
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Secrecy News for 08/19/19

SECRECY NEWS from the FAS Project on Government Secrecy Volume 2019, Issue No. 32 August 19, 2019 Secrecy News Blog: NARA DRIVES GOVT TRANSITION TO ALL-ELECTRONIC RECORDS DOMESTIC TERRORISM: SOME CONSIDERATIONS NARA DRIVES GOVT TRANSITION TO ALL-ELECTRONIC RECORDS The National Archives and Records Administration is embarking on an ambitious effort to phase out the acquisition of paper records by 2022 and to transition to all-electronic reco...
Tags: News, Congress, North Korea, Russia, Israel, Fbi, United States, Pyongyang, Congressional Research Service, Steven Aftergood, Federation of American Scientists The Secrecy News, Nara, OMB, National Archives and Records Administration, White House Office of Management and Budget, Washington City Paper

Cool Tech for In-House Counsel

Cool tech for in-house counsel? Who wouldn’t want that? Sterling Miller provides some excellent pointers if you are an in-house counsel comfortable with “techmology”. Know of other cool tech for in-house counsel? Let Sterling know in the comments to his article. Remember, great efficiencies can be achieved for law departments without breaking the budget – low-cost thinking can lead the way. “Well, it’s that time of year again.  Every August for the last several years I have devoted a “Ten Thi...
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Expert Advice for Creating a Podcast Niche

Headset Sound Wave Audio Microphone Radio Podcast Photo by Max Pixel / CC0 1.0 In the past several years, podcasts have introduced a new means of communicating a message to an enthusiastic and subject-motivated audience. Podcasting is also a natural fit for entrepreneurs or any creative soul who seeks a supplemental, or even primary, outlet for his or her content. The potential for attracting a substantial audience is limitless. In fact, current analyses suggest that 90 million Americans liste...
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The master shipbuilder keeping Macao's maritime past alive

Master shipbuilder Tam Kam Chun is on a mission. Every day, the 71-year-old spends hours at an abandoned Macao shipyard, hunched over a table, hard at work. With only stray dogs for company and a single electric fan to keep him cool, he meticulously hand-crafts the sort of fishing boats that have been made here for generations.
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