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5 Essential You Need To Have In Your Open Living Room

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 Marty Ron (February 27, 2016)  Open living room is a godsend. Fewer walls make a room look spacious, larger and even brighter. It also makes way for natural light to enter and enlighten up the ambience. However, sometimes an open living room can lose its sense of identity if not properly designed and furnished. It can seem like a mish-mash of directionless pieces of furniture and one can lose privacy in such a room. .. (Future Concepts)

Frequently Asked Questions About CCNP Data Center Certification

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 Ranveer Kaushal (January 19, 2016)  For business services and technology architects, and presale, design and implementation engineers who are looking to save money and time on their data center design, installation and maintenance, the Cisco Certified Network Professional data center is a job role focused training and certification program that permits you to maximize your investment in education and increase the value of . (Future Concepts)

Graduate Degree Careers in Different Fields

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 Nikita Gupta (December 10, 2012)  In earlier days, the bachelor’s degree was all that was essential for the immense majority of profession alternatives. The top performing graduate programs consist of chemical engineering, developmental cognitive science, mathematics, chemistry, physics, clinical psychology, civil engineering, electrical engineering, biochemistry, Spanish language and literature and mechanical .. (Future Concepts)

Sanjeev Mansotra, Chairman & Global CEO, CORE Education & Technologies Ltd

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 Dinesh Sajnani (June 12, 2012)  Sanjeev Mansotra, Chairman & Global CEO, CORE Education & Technologies Ltd is a first generation entrepreneur who founded CORE Education & Technologies Ltd. (CORE) in 2003. Mansotra’s ability to forge strategic alliances with key partners across the globe has led to the bringing in of prestigious global education organizations like the University of Oxford; Centre of .. (Future Concepts)

A few things you may not understand about the USA Flag

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 Roger Puntilio (March 27, 2012)  The American Flag is composed of thirteen equally-sized red and white-colored horizontally positioned stripes. The stripes alternate in color amongst white and red. In the upper left nook of the flag, there is a navy canton with fifty five-pointed white-colored five-point stars. The stars are usually arranged inside nine stacks which alternate between different offset stacks of five and . (Future Concepts)

Waivers and No Child Left Behind

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 Dave Buckley (February 14, 2012)  No child left behind an education reform bill signed into law in 2002 could finally be coming to an end. The president has recently released ten states from some of the law's toughest requirements. Those states had to agree to a federally approved plan and will now be free to evaluate students on more than just test scores. The president’s decision to let states claim these .. (Future Concepts)

Public Schools Leaving Children Behind

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 Dave Buckley (January 10, 2012)  The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 that was signed into law by President George W. Bush and supported overwhelmingly by both parties, could possibly be the most misguided and complete failure in education reform. The NCLB is a federal law that mandates a number of programs aimed at improving U. S. education in elementary, middle and high schools by increasing accountability .. (Future Concepts)

Training Your Team And The Advantages Of Agile Methodologies

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 Gary Mattoc (December 06, 2011)  Agile methods is going to bring about so many functional skills. All these added benefits may be hard-to-find if software program team employees don't undergo the right agile methodology tuition. Scrum training courses, agile project management training courses, agile testing coaching and also agile business analysis instruction all are necessary parts with making certain the group will . (Future Concepts)

Energy Challenges

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 Frederic Gaspoz (September 16, 2010)  Our society evolves towards an increase in oil production. As it needs to always make progress, it leads to a continuous increase of demand for products and services in developed countries. Frederic Gaspoz explains that the effectiveness of the energy use, so-called energy intensity (energy to gross domestic product, GDP), is in continuous improvement every year in all sectors .. (Future Concepts)

Frederic Gaspoz on Globalization

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 Frederic Gaspoz (July 13, 2010)  According to most economists, globalization is a source of economic growth and prosperity. On the other side, as exponents of a mix of interests ranging from labour advocates to environmentalists argue, it is a threat to social stability and the natural environment. Frederic Gaspoz asks: Has economic integration advanced so far that national governments are virtually powerless to .. (Future Concepts)

So, What is ICT?

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 Adam R. Singleton (June 11, 2010)  ICT is a term that has been around for some years now, but not everybody is quite clear on what exactly it means. While some of us know that it stands for Information Communications Technology, there is still a level of mystery to the term that eludes understanding. The reason behind this is that there isn't a fully agreed-upon definition to what, precisely, ICT is. That's because .. (Future Concepts)

7 Reasons Why Universities Should Make Textbooks Available on eBook Readers

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 Marco Gustafsson (July 15, 2009)  There are numerous Universities and Libraries now researching how to revolutionize the way people read and study. The eBook Reader, an electronic device that can easily be carried with an individual like a traditional book, is an integral part of this cutting-edge technology. The Reader is typically smaller than a basic book and reads any documents that you might normally read from a .. (Future Concepts)

Dr Emoto's Other Experiment

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 MaAnna Stephenson (December 14, 2008)  Dr. Emoto's experiments demonstrating how thought energy affects water crystals has become rather famous. Less known is another experiment he conducted using sealed jars of cooked rice. Not only is it another powerful demonstration of the affects of thought, it also shows the gap between how scientists and intuitives assign meaningfulness to positive and negative energy. In this .. (Future Concepts)

My Dream Hut

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 Lamaro Schoenleber (November 22, 2008)  I used to be a closet hut-lover, but I recently came out and confessed my love for huts outright. I am not the only one. Huts are making a come-back in many parts of Africa as a stylish yet affordable shelter option. I have secretly admired huts ever since I was old enough to form an independent opinion. I just could not say it out loud for fear of being termed backward. Indeed, .. (Future Concepts)

2012 and the Alien Connection - Could the Truth About UFOs Be Revealed in December 2012?

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 Rachael Styles (November 20, 2008)  December 2012 - The Mayan Calendar ends, Nostradamus predicts the end of the world, Terence McKenna's Timewave Zero theory - could they all be wrong? 2009 - 2012 was referred to by Nostradamus as the Time of Troubles. He predicted this three-year period to be full of war, despair, and evil, but also of hope and promise. The hope and promise comes after the time of turbulence. The hope .. (Future Concepts)

The Future of the Internet - Where is the Web Going?

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 Peter Roesler (November 18, 2008)  I was asked that question 5 years ago I simply said “Flash Video". Now my answer has changed. I believe the web is going to go entirely Flash Video Television. Fully interactive Flash Video Television is the future. Soon we will see websites and television combined as one entity. This technology is already here. TV and Internet combined, AMAZING Imagine watching your favorite .. (Future Concepts)

Have You Ever Wondered How is Electricity Made, and is There an End to It?

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 Bob Lindner (November 18, 2008)  Well, It all started back in the 1830's by a British physicist and chemist by the name of Michael Faraday. Inventor, Faraday was best known for his discoveries of electromagnetic induction and of the laws of electrolysis. Little did he know that one day the world's reliance would be such that it is. I'm sure, that he also didn't realize that the world's resources would be rapidly .. (Future Concepts)

The Implications Of Revolutionary Brain Research Discoveries For Health, Wellness And Performance

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 Dr. Faiez Kirsten (November 11, 2008)  Today's revolutionary advances in neuroscience will rival the discoveries of Copernicus, Galileo and Darwin. - Paul Churchland There's a revolution going on. The current era in neuroscience is comparable to the time when Louis Pasteur first discovered that germs cause disease. - Candice Pert In the past decade or two brain scientists have made a number of truly amazing and far-reaching .. (Future Concepts)

Unique Monowheel

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 Chris Kevin Young (November 10, 2008)  Vehicles nowadays are mostly composed of four or more wheels. Due to ‘vehicle invasion', vehicle manufacturers created lots of vehicle makes and models. The designs are based from consumers’ perspective. Other factors that affect the design of the vehicle are: uniqueness, creativity, and the fact that there is a tight competition. Creating new and unusual vehicles is a great . (Future Concepts)

How the Shape of Things Affects Us

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 MaAnna Stephenson (November 07, 2008)  From the creation of the Platonic solids, which are five unique models that embody the perfect combination of whole shapes, to the beautiful and complex symmetry of a modern fractal pattern, humans have been fascinated with shapes and how they interact to create things. But did you know that researchers in biology and chemistry are now finding that shape has everything to do with the .. (Future Concepts)

Home Automation At Mile-High City Of Denver - Oh God! What Has It Done To The City!

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 Abhishek Agarwal (November 06, 2008)  Advanced technology has brought about a revolution in the day to day life of the individuals. New technology is not only used in industries and businesses but is being used in the homes too. Home automation is one such technology that has made the daily tasks much easy to handle. Presently the bigger establishments like banks and shopping malls are using automation for their work .. (Future Concepts)

Wireless Home Automation - Life Becomes Handy!

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 Abhishek Agarwal (November 06, 2008)  Home automation systems make life in general comfortable and stress free. They take care of the daily chores and make the hectic lifestyles of the individual a bit easier. You can control the gadgets and devices in your home form a remote location, with the help of the internet and a remote control or a touch screen panel. These are the tools to communicate with the devices in your .. (Future Concepts)

Spy Flies, Robot Maids, Cancer Sniffers and Explosive Noses

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 Shad Connelly (October 01, 2008)  Each year, Technology Review, a magazine covering emerging technologies (which dates back to 1899), publishes a list of young innovators whose work shows great promise. This year, the editors at Technology Review have spotlighted 35 technologists and scientists under the age of 35. Though their inventions vary from medicine to computers to communications and more, there are some .. (Future Concepts)

Self-Directed Learning and the Internet - No Limits to What You Can Achieve

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 Bettina Langerfeldt (September 03, 2008)  Have you ever wondered what the world will look like after 20 more years of having free access to personally targeted education in the comfort of your home? More than 500 years ago, Johannes Gutenberg invented a machine that marked a turning point in history. The printing press provided access to books that had never been available before and sparked a new era in the history of .. (Future Concepts)

Predictions Regarding Future Or Future Concepts

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 Sarfaraz Ali (August 01, 2008)  It is normally reckoned that people who make predictions regarding technology into the future are perceived as potential mental cases. You can take the example of the aircrafts. Before their invention had anybody talked about landing on the moon they were probably ridiculed and laughed at. The people who make such forecasts are known as the futurists. Normally they do not go astray and .. (Future Concepts)

Implications of Scientific Discovery Integration

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 Joseph Devine (July 22, 2008)  Time has shown that the human mind has a vast imagination and an uncanny ability to triumph over any challenge that comes his way. Over the past centuries, developments in medicine and medical treatment have made great strides. Simultaneously, technology has developed in ways that have made our lives easier and have provided us with ways to prolong our existence and strengthen our .. (Future Concepts)

Future Cities Will Move and Change Shape

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 James W Smith (July 20, 2008)  Every day millions of people all over the world go to the office to work at the same location. It is another work day at the same address in the same office building. The structure may be old or it may be new, but the structure does not change. It remains constant. The building faces in the same direction and each window offers the same view to the outside. In fact, the same thing .. (Future Concepts)

Internet Live Teaching Solutions

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 Gregory Demetriades (July 11, 2008)  A decade ago, attending a major university or community college was much different. Waking up early, hauling yourself out of bed after a late night of studying (partying), getting dressed, and making it in time to an 8 AM Psych 101 class was a drag. Being an off-campus student made this even harder, because of commuting, and often, rolling over and hitting snooze or turning off the .. (Future Concepts)

Issues and Trends in Curriculum From Technology to Global Awareness

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 Michelle Kawamura (June 24, 2008)  Many immediate and complex issues overwhelm educators today. With positive and negative global influences, educators must look beyond the surface of education. Students are not just products of their schools but will become shaping forces in society, determining the success and failure of their nation's future. Curricularists, educators, and everyone in leadership need to work together .. (Future Concepts)

Ultimate Fuel Saving Measures Converting Your Car to Run One Water

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 Will Yap (June 23, 2008)  Can you really convert your car to run on purely water? The answer is no, you cannot. You can try pouring water into your car gas tank and hope for a miracle to happen. What you will get is a busted fueling system which will cost you thousand of dollars to repair. Why would anyone with a sane mind want to pour water into a car gas tank? Most probably because there has been rumours .. (Future Concepts)

Is A Universal Language Coming With The New Age?

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 Seth Garrison (April 30, 2008)  I was watching a video from Google god Matt Cutts the other day and he said there are over 5000 languages on earth of which Google is available in 100 of them. 5000 languages. 5000 different ways to say “hello, goodbye, I love you. " With the awakening of humanity that is happening right now, a topic I have written extensively on, we will know that we are one with all things. How .. (Future Concepts)

Infrared Sauna - Its History and Future

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 Chris Moheno (April 01, 2008)  How did the infrared sauna come into being? Let's take a look at the history of the sauna in general. The sauna has been around for about two thousand years. Originally the sauna was where people took real baths, the purpose was for cleansing. However as time progressed so did the ideas of what the sauna could be used for. In some cultures the sauna was a place where a woman would give .. (Future Concepts)

The Future of Black Colleges in America

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 Daryl Green (March 06, 2008)  It is 2020. Technology reigns supreme. Adam West stands as a great American hero. West is young, mobile, and intuitive. His scientific mind has unlimited potential. Many wonder how such an intellectual could come from a heritage academy, a descendant of historically black colleges. West understands the reason. It came from his roots. The Situation We came from everywhere. We arrived in . (Future Concepts)

Time Travel Theory - Is Time Travel Possible?

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 Gregory Frazier (March 03, 2008)  Is time travel possible? The problem with time travel is the ‘Time Travel paradox’ which goes something like this. Suppose a person travels back in time before birth and breaks a link in the time chain that led to the traveler's birth. This problem has been commonly explored by asking the question ‘What if you killed your own grandmother before she first .. (Future Concepts)

3D TV Technology Has Plenty Of Applications

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 Emily Sanderson (February 28, 2008)  Three dimensional TV, or 3D TV as it will undoubtedly come to be called, is sure to become a winner when it comes to market in the future. This futuristic way of watching TV has been envisioned for years. In fact, it's a rare science fiction scenario that doesn't anticipate some kind of holographic or three dimensional entertainment or communications technology. 3D TV has a lot of .. (Future Concepts)

Blended Learning - Audio-conferencing As A Cost Effective Delivery Technique

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 Susan Bond (February 27, 2008)  Many students have demands on their time that can dictate how or if they can further their education. Schools looking to serve these students should consider adopting blended learning techniques to provide flexible educational opportunities. Using a combination of online or face-to-face classes with audio-conferencing is one cost effective way to make this happen. This will allow .. (Future Concepts)

What Is The Next Step In Evolution?

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 Roy Klienwachter (February 24, 2008)  It would seem preposterous to talk about the next step in evolution while 84% of the world's population is stuck in archaic religions and have been for thousands of years. In the course of its history humanity has not moved very far from worshipping trees, stones, animals statues and imagined Gods. As enlightened or sophisticated as we think we are in the western world, we are still .. (Future Concepts)

The Third Level of Education

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 E. Raymond Rock (February 21, 2008)  Ask any educator today about the purpose of teaching, and they will more than likely say that it is to bestow knowledge, not much different from programming a computer. But is that the true purpose of teaching, or is that only an obsession with past, dead information? Another educator might say that education is teaching students to think for themselves and be analytical, which would be . (Future Concepts)

Normality Will Be The Shock Of The Future

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 Florin Iacob (January 26, 2008)  The Master: In the future human beings will live between 3000 (three thousand) and 4000 (four thousand) years old. Of course, there will be some who will live as nowadays (year 2007) between 70 and 100 years old, but we will talk about these people in the following article. In those times there will be no money, because everything, absolutely everything, will be FREE, unconstrained of .. (Future Concepts)

Keys To An Effective In School Suspension Program

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 James H Burns (October 10, 2007)  I was introduced to the in-school suspension process when I became an administrator in a school for students with severe behavior problems. It was used as I expected to keep students in school when they would have otherwise been suspended. The one thing that set this (ISS) In-School Suspension program apart from other programs was the amount of time that a student spent in ISS, and the .. (Future Concepts)




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