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●Bookey: Empower Your Mind Anywhere, Anytime. Download and check out more features with the Bookey App. ●Bookey app download link: https://share.bookey.app/iCJo9F8sJ5 ●Why Use Bookey? “So many books, so little time!” Well, no wordy books here, only 30 mins audible book summaries. Unlock the big ideas from world bestseller that cover Self Help, Biography, Leadership Development, Art, Business, Stories and more ebooks. Each title is complemented with a mind map that highlights the essence of t ...
 
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Welcome to a world of conversation and relaxation. Connect to your strongest signal and pour a glass of your favorite wine, because you are about to unwind to an intellectually satisfying Podcast. Here we do not judge, however we are open and welcoming to any opinion, criticism, and dislikes, and disapprovals regarding art, music, fashion, viral videos, media, and everyday life struggles. Robert Parker once said if you are not satisfied by this wine on a hedonistic and intellectual level the ...
 
The Clipped After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of TBS's Clipped. Show Summary: Clipped is an American sitcom that premiered on TBS on June 16, 2015. The series stars Mike Castle and Ashley Tisdale. The show centers on a group of co-workers who all went to high school together but ran in very different crowds. Now they find themselves working together at Buzzy's, a barbershop.
 
PC Magazine's Fast Forward With Dan Costa is a weekly interview program that features one-on-one discussions with leaders in technology and business. Guests include influential entrepreneurs, CEOs, experts, and analysts who discuss what’s next in tech and its impact on society, culture, and business. Fast Forward lives beyond the daily news cycle and adds value to the important conversation around technology and how it changes our lives everyday. The show is broadcast live on Facebook, poste ...
 
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The pandemic, which began in 2020, has had a huge economic impact on the world at large, with many people affected by unemployment, pay cuts, reduced household income, as well as other sources of stress. Since an increasing number of people have begun looking for a part-time job outside their full-time career, we have entered the era of ‘side hustl…
 
Today we will unlock the book Why Buddhism Is True: The Science and Philosophy of Meditation and Enlightenment. The author, equipped with a modern perspective and a confident understanding of both evolutionary history and psychology, addresses Buddhist philosophy and argues Buddhist philosophy’s validity is rooted in science. In a scene from the or…
 
Michel de Montaigne, a famous French philosopher and writer of the sixteenth century, was deeply interested in the question: “how to live”. Indeed, his writings constantly grappled with this issue. However, his interest was not merely ethical or moral; rather, what he sought was a practical solution to the question: “how can we live a good life?”. …
 
In this episode Ed, Scott, and Tom chat about Unique Local Addresses (ULAs), what they are, how they are used, when (or if) you should use them in your networks. The post IPv6 Buzz 90: IPv6 Unique Local Addresses (ULAs) And You appeared first on Packet Pushers.โดย Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
How long will it take for a submarine at the bottom of the ranking to become the best in its fleet? A couple of years, right? Well, incredibly L. David Marquet spent only less than a year to achieve this magnificent and outstanding feat. Santa Fe is the submarine at the core of this story. Before Marquet took command, she ranked bottom in the whole…
 
If you were born in America and someone told you that someday, an African-American child with divorced parents and no political background would become the president of the country, would you have believed it? Perhaps it would have been inconceivable until the arrival of Obama, the first African-American president of the United States. If you want …
 
Speaking of Europe in the 14th century, people often think of the plague, insurrections, schism in the Church, and other negative labels. For the most part, it was a time of violence, misery and suffering, as well as darkness and chaos. People tend to use the word “dark” to describe it, but this is inherently biased and too generic. That’s why we n…
 
This book is about a revolutionary topic: childhood emotional neglect. This is a psychological phenomenon rarely examined in mainstream publications. It explains how a person's lack of parental emotional feedback in childhood directly impacts their psychological state in adulthood. It also examines the relationship between parenting styles and the …
 
Alfred Hitchcock’s movies always manage to keep the audience on the edge of their seats through series of climactic sequences. The British director is known for his ability in creating stories filled with suspense, thanks to his ability to control the feelings that we, as humans, all share. Hitchcock has a methodology that favors the effective deve…
 
The Great Gatsby describes American society during the 1920s. After the First World War, the US economy was booming. Evidence of lavish entertainment and celebration could be seen everywhere. And many people indulged their hedonistic, decadent lifestyles, straying from traditional moral and ethical constraints. Fitzgerald christened this era the “J…
 
Many people are familiar with the topic of psychology. It is often in the spotlight nowadays. Psychology-related content is everywhere on the Internet, including courses, videos, books, and articles. All of them discuss one public concern after another, and we all turn to psychology to find answers in our seemingly meaningless lives. But, are we de…
 
We live in an era of uncertainty. Everyone must make decisions whether they like it or not. We make both big and small decisions every day, whether we’re playing chess or looking for a job. Should you compete for that promotion? Who would be the best teammate for your casual basketball game? Strategic thinking exists everywhere and anytime in our w…
 
TechSpective Podcast Episode 082 There is a steady evolution and progress of security in response to an ongoing game of cat and mouse with cyber attackers. As attackers adapt and innovate new tools and techniques, the way we approach cybersecurity has to change as well–both strategically and tactically. Extended Detection and Response–or XDR–seems …
 
Everyone needs love. Everyone is potentially able to love; yet, especially in our fast-paced era, a time of uneasiness and uncertainty, not everyone understands love. Love may often be accompanied by pervasive feelings of insecurity. Multiple dating and matchmaking websites have emerged to take advantage of people’s anxieties around love. Striking,…
 
Verizon's Kevan Akers joins Stadium Tech Report editor Paul Kapustka to discuss results of the Stadium Connectivity Outlook survey, including Covid effects on stadium operations, stadium connectivity security and how new wireless technologies can help venues chart a better path on their digital transformation journey.…
 
To make the world a better place, we are often told to take the ethical action, get the right result, and constantly seek the beauty of humanity through justice. But things are not always black and white. At times we may feel although every choice has a logical aspect, it also brings some problematic repercussions. In such circumstances, we postula…
 
In this IPv6 Buzz episode, Tom and Ed chat with Mukom Tamon, AFRINIC's head of capacity building, about IPv6 Deployathon events and how Mukom and AFRINIC are helping move IPv6 deployment forward in Africa and beyond. The post IPv6 Buzz 089: An IPv6 Deployathon With AFRINIC appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
If someone asks, "What is the single most important organ in our body?" Many of us will answer that it is our brain, and you’d be correct. But thank about it, how did you take in their question? How did you come up with a response? What allowed you to move your mouth, lungs and vocal chords to answer? That’s right, it was your brain. As the most im…
 
The Information Age considers the economy and technology to be the driving forces of development. And so, society considers the rational left brain more important and emphasizes its analytical reasoning and logical thinking abilities. But as society enters a new age, it has begun to require more creative and meaningful thinking skills. Relying on t…
 
The author, Robert Gerwarth, argues that the end of World War One failed to bring about lasting peace. After the First World War, new regimes and wars sprung up throughout Central and Eastern Europe. Conflicts arouse amidst the turbulent political environment between nation-states and competing ideologies of the time. Radical fascist ideas found fe…
 
The existentialist philosopher Albert Camus wrote The Stranger when he was twenty-six years old. When it was published, the novel was soon a huge success. It laid the foundation for Camus’ renowned writing career. Within a few years of its publication, The Stranger had received widespread acclaim in the literary world. Reviewing the novel, critic M…
 
Hemingway was born in 1899, in Oak Park, Chicago. During his life, he fought in both World Wars as well as the Spanish Civil War, which inflicted tremendous damage on him both physically and psychologically. The wars opened his eyes to a world filled with violence and bloodshed, giving him a bleak and pessimistic world view. Following the First Wor…
 
The author, Marie-Henri Beyle, is better known by his pen name “Stendhal.” He was born in 1783 in the city of Grenoble in southeastern France. His mother passed away before he turned eight. After his mother’s death, his upbringing was severe. It caused him to develop a gloomy personality. He grew to resent his lawyer father and his strict tutor, a …
 
TechSpective Podcast Episode 081 The world of cybersecurity and technology loves acronyms. You have compliance mandates like SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley), HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), certifications acronyms like CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) and CE…
 
In nature, most showy and beautiful creatures exist for the sake of sex. Plants, in order to spread pollen to as many mates as possible, produce gorgeous blossoms that attract bees. Some animals use their splendid appearances to attract attention from the opposite sex, while others become extremely talented singers or dancers. Every note and every …
 
The book expounds on the important insight that people are intrinsically moralistic, critical, and judgmental. Haidt argues that morality is a key difference separating humans from other animals. that it is a natural process we are all designed to “do.” But morality resembles taste – everyone’s taste is different. Taste is influenced by people’s ba…
 
The concept of Emotional intelligence, also known as EQ, was first proposed by two psychologists, John Mayer and Peter Salovey. Daniel Goleman, this book’s author, agrees with this concept and argues that emotional intelligence consists of five aspects: knowing one’s emotions, managing emotions, motivating oneself, recognizing emotions in others, a…
 
Speech has always been an important weapon for spreading ideas, influencing others, and standing out in political struggles. Confucius, a great thinker and educator in ancient China, traveled to multiple countries for decades, persuading monarchs and subjects with excellent speech skills and resulting in the wide spread of Confucianism, which still…
 
In December 2017, a statistic showed that 43% of 'Fortune 500' company founders were from an immigrant background. In the top 35 companies, immigrant backgrounds accounted for 57% of founders. Why do people from immigrant backgrounds have such outstanding business success? This is because the experience gained from immigration matters. By crossing …
 
In this episode of IPv6 Buzz we chat about IPv6 addresses on host OSes: the different types, how they are formed, what they look like, how to tell them apart, and how they are used. The post IPv6 Buzz 088: Host OS IPv6 Addresses – What’s Up With That? appeared first on Packet Pushers.โดย Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
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