My New Life in RSS Information Management

I have always been an individual both surrounded and fascinated by information. For the past 10 years, I have used the internet, books, magazines, newspapers, and television programs to craft my vision and understanding of the world. Before I was able to travel throughout so many beautiful European countries, I was merely a man informed by written […]

Giving Thanks for the TSA This Holiday Season

As Thanksgiving holiday approaches, Americans across the continent are preparing for quaint family gatherings, mountains of extra calories, and thousands of miles of long-distance travel. If the events of the past year are any indication, they should also prepare for the cold, unforgiving blue-latex hands of Transportation Security Administration agents. According to the Air Transport […]

Yet Another Night of Sleep Paralysis

Quite fitting that upon my arrival in North America, after five months of absence, my unfortunate condition of sleep paralysis returns.      For those who have been lucky enough to stave off its misfortune, I shall explain it quite simply through my own experiences. Sleep paralysis is a condition which plagues those who have suffered recent […]

Public versus Private Pay

There is a big talk of unionization and public-sector pay versus private-sector pay as of late.  We all remember the articles in USA Today, detailing how employees of the government are paid much more than their equivalents in the private-sector. They each respectively ran at different points last year, both during the arguments about Health Care reform […]

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