Monthly Archives: January 2020

Connected

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January 31, 2020

IoT It Is the Data not the Device The Internet of Things, IoT, is a game changer for businesses that are able to define use cases that will not only provide data critical to their business model, but will strategically help them to quickly identify opportunities. In order to achieve the results from business,...
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From the Editor

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January 31, 2020

Live by Sword, Die by the Sword Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump Fires in Australia General Qasem Soleimani Killed Ukraine Flight 752 Shot Down Iran Launches Ballistic Missiles toward Iraq Protest in Lebanon Prince Harry and Megan Markel Make Change Earthquakes in Puerto Rico Coronavirus from China Earthquake in Turkey Entire Russian Cabinet...
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Film’s Recommended by Marcial

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January 31, 2020

    This is a trading world and men, women and children, who cannot live on gravity alone, need something to satisfy their gayer, lighter moods and hours, and he who ministers to this want is in a business established by the Author of our nature.  If he worthily fulfills his mission and amuses...
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Food

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January 31, 2020

Sharing with Patty And all Connoisseur’s Of Great Food     I often shoot pictures, of the dishes, I make, on this table top. It is the dining room table, which was Kate’s grandmother’s, Tessie, and is where we take most of our meals in Maine; and it is adorned with one of my...
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Food

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January 28, 2020

Pork Tenderloin in a Green Sauce I have become inspired by Pati Jinich, to branch out with chilis, in my cooking. Thus with a beautiful pork tenderloin on the menu, for Sunday supper, I decided to forgo a Cuban or Middle Eastern preparation, or even barbeque, which I considered for a moment, and see...
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Reflections

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January 27, 2020

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day     Holocaust Memorial By Ofra Friedland   There are various days, around the world, which are set aside to remember the six million Jewish people who were murdered in the Holocaust between 1933 and 1945. The International Holocaust Remembrance Day, as designated by the United Nations is January...
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The Dialogue

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January 22, 2020

“Ye are the Light of the World”   In 2001, Andrea Yates did the unthinkable, and murdered her children; sadly, it appears that another mother in Arizona has committed the same heinous act. Tonight I found a sermon my Mother wrote, in response to the events that occurred almost twenty years ago. Her first...
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Public Square

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January 20, 2020

African American History Monument     The South Carolina State House grounds are most definitely worth a stop; they have an impressive display of monuments honoring various individuals and commemorating events which matter, like African-American History. A good place to remember Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.     From South Carolina Just Right Website:...
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Poet’s Corner

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January 14, 2020

Fragility     Life is housed In the most fragile of vessels Try as we might Our lives are lived Barely holding on To the very tip Of that branch Which is supposed To secure our world We are exposed to the elements Mercilessly battered and beaten Sheltered in a papery shell Which we...
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A View from the Road

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January 11, 2020

Amelia Earhart Lookout     My most favorite finds, on the road, are the serendipitous ones; like stopping to look at The View From the Road, on our way from Diamond Head, heading toward Waikiki, walking over to the marker and seeing that it is the Amelia Earhart Lookout! This lookout commemorates Amelia Earhart’s...
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