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  1. ProducerMark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    17/10/2017
    Weekends
    WeekendsI saw some friends last week. They told me Friday the 13th was coming up and asked me if I was ready for it. I told them except for some horror movies I don’t even know what Friday the 13th is even about. They laughed and said they just sit...
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  2. ProducerLena Graham

    Lena Graham

    13/10/2017
    Tips to learn English
    Tips to learn EnglishTo acquire spoken English skill is the most interesting and rewarding part of learning English. To be able to speak good and grammatically correct English is a big plus in the career market. Even if you speak only a little English, there are many...
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  3. ProducerPhil Friedman

    Phil Friedman

    13/10/2017
    Invitations Such As This to Commit Academic Fraud Are ...
    Invitations Such As This to Commit Academic Fraud Are ...NOT ONLY ETHICALLY REPREHENSIBLE BUT GENERALLY PRAGMATICALLY STUPID ...Notice that the "author" of this offer to help you cheat on school writing assignments makes more than eight substantive grammatical and style errors in the first run-on sentence...
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    Aleta Curry
    14/10/2017 #23 Aleta Curry
    #11 That's golden, @Neil Smith!
    Aleta Curry
    14/10/2017 #22 Aleta Curry
    The mind boggles.
    Lada 🏡 Prkic
    14/10/2017 #21 Lada 🏡 Prkic
    #20 I read about those folks you've mentioned Praveen. There are also many controversies about academics who write essays for sale. It's difficult to fully see the effects of using a writing assignment service in the world of higher education.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    14/10/2017 #20 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Very well reported and promptly addressed by you and Javbee. I agree to what you have so well pointed out Phil. Education has become a business and not a honest striving for many. Heck, I have heard of folks who write theses for Ph.D. aspirants locally (where i now live). Helping someone improve their thinking and writing skills is a noble task. But doing it ALL for them (and with such an obvious display of incompetence) is fraudulent impersonation and more...sorry state of affairs indeed!
    Phil Friedman
    14/10/2017 #19 Phil Friedman
    #17 I agree, @Wayne Yoshida, in the main. However, I believe this is worse than simply buying a supposed credential from a diploma mill. For with the mill, the lack of legitimate accreditation is easily obvious. While a fraudulent paper or thesis, might (just might) result in getting a degree from a legitimate institution. Cheers!
    Milos Djukic
    13/10/2017 #18 Anonymous
    #6 Thank you @Javier 🐝 beBee.
    Wayne Yoshida
    13/10/2017 #17 Wayne Yoshida
    Thanks for catching this, @Phil Friedman - and thanks @Javier 🐝 beBee for removing it. Those "services" exist for a long time. Unfortunately, all it teaches is a way to cheat or to buy one's credentials. It is important to un-cover and remove such practices, since this is what diminishes the value of any certification, endorsement or diploma.
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #16 Phil Friedman
    #13 Yep, @Jerry Fletcher, what I try to explain to people seeking to improve their writing is that it is simply the expression of their ideas. So the first step is to strengthen your thinking because strong ideas expressed in an average way will always win out over weak ideas clothed in the finest of language. Cheers!
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #15 Phil Friedman
    #11 Yes, Neil, especially when you consider that his natural abilities ran along the lines of being a Pastry Chef -- for clearly he was able to generate just desserts. :-)
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #14 Phil Friedman
    #10 True, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, but people with some money, few barins, and even less integrity sometimes choose to buy their way out or through or over obstacles.
    Jerry Fletcher
    13/10/2017 #13 Jerry Fletcher
    Phil, NIce Catch. I once asked a friend that consults and trains on business writing what she does. She said, "I teach people how to think."
    Neil Smith
    13/10/2017 #11 Neil Smith
    Earlier this year a student in England tried to sue an essay mill because the quality of the essay he had paid for was not as advertised. When the university became aware of the case he was expelled from the course and to rub salt into his wounds his case was dismissed along with some harsh words from the judge. I couldn't help wonder if he had made a mistake in choosing to study law.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    13/10/2017 #10 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    IMHO, this is taking the easy way out and not quality learning. It may be a short-term fix for some but not quality learning for the long term. Plus, why fill a good mind with unproven and useless information.
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #9 Phil Friedman
    #6 Good!
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #8 Phil Friedman
    #7 Social media has fostered the attitude that one can simply "create" oneself. Which to many means self-ascribing titles, expertise, even degrees. I believe that it is therefore SM's responsibility to clean up the mess it's made. As you point out, Pascal, there comes a time when the self-ascribed expert has to deliver "the goods". And that's often the end of that. For you can live in a fantasy just until you crash into the wall of reality. Cheers!
    Pascal Derrien
    13/10/2017 #7 Pascal Derrien
    I went back to school three years ago to complete a part time diploma in journalism applied coms & PR it was intense as squeezing 6 hours of lecture /week + work on top of a 3 full day exams but it would have never occurred to me to do this anyway on exam day it would be and me only that would be tested.....
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    13/10/2017 #6 Javier 🐝 beBee
    Removed!
    Milos Djukic
    13/10/2017 #5 Anonymous
    #4 I agree, @Phil Friedman. Degrees and diplomas within reputable academic institutions worldwide still have meaning and they are of the utmost importance, despite some current and wrong trends that have intentions directed towards neglecting of the importance of education and academic institutions. Education is what gives people hope. It is the only treasure that can bring progress. Teaching is the most impressive way to help people.
    Phil Friedman
    13/10/2017 #4 Phil Friedman
    #3 I agree, @Milos Djukic. The difference is that in schools and academic institutions, the student (writer) is being evaluated and certified as having completed a given course of study satisfactorily. If degrees or diplomas are to have any meaning at all, they have to represent the completion of the program by the student him- or herself. Cheers!
    Milos Djukic
    13/10/2017 #3 Anonymous
    #2 I couldn't agree more @Phil Friedman, my friend. For example my English is not perfect, but I'm a persistent learner :) Writing of articles for others in social media (ghostwriting) is one activity, while the correction of them (proofreading) is something completely different. In schools and academic institutions ghostwriting of essays, technical papers, thesis, and scientific papers is not allowed.
  4. ProducerMark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    13/10/2017
    Random Thoughts About The Week
    Random Thoughts About The WeekI was drinking coffee the other day with a retired guy. He worked as an architect for years. Since I want to take the Interior Architecture course at Cornish, there’s a common interest. He’s also bought a couple drawings I had printed up. He...
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    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    14/10/2017 #5 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Really enjoyed this @Mark Blevins. Epic story about the coffee shop! And, couldn't agree more about teens and the loss of control we have no matter what rules they are given. Each child is different. My second pushed me to the limit often. She had and still does have a great heart but she was such a social butterfly in HS, it was hard to hold her back w/out major tiffs going on constantly. I'm glad she grew up! :)
    Jerry Fletcher
    13/10/2017 #4 Jerry Fletcher
    Good to hear from you Mark.
    John Rylance
    13/10/2017 #3 John Rylance
    I measured out my life in coffee spoons. T S ELIOT
    Pascal Derrien
    13/10/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    ah coffee ... :-)
  5. ProducerBrenda Bernstein
    Top 20 Tips on Writing ATS-Compatible Resumes for ATS Systems
    Top 20 Tips on Writing ATS-Compatible Resumes for ATS SystemsOne of the most popular sessions at The National Resume Writers’ Association Conference last week was Pat Criscito’s presentation on how to write ATS-Compatible Resumes. ATS (or Applicant Tracking Software) systems are used by the majority of...
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    Harley King
    11/10/2017 #1 Harley King
    Great advice, @Brenda Bernstein!
  6. ProducerMarggie Hopkins

    Marggie Hopkins

    11/10/2017
    Tips for passing the GRE test
    Tips for passing the GRE testIn order to mentally adjust to the desired GRE result, attention should be paid to certain points during preparation and during testing. Experts from writingservice.info, who passed these exams, will tell about this.Carefully read the topics of...
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  7. ProducerMark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    10/10/2017
    A Day In The Park
    A Day In The ParkI came back to Seattle the end f last December because one of my daughters was having trouble. It’s hard to believe I’ve been here for almost a year. Since I’ve been here I’ve seen most of my kids and my granddaughter’s mom. Seattle has never...
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    Jerry Fletcher
    12/10/2017 #4 Jerry Fletcher
    Mark, Within the pain the ability to recognize your connection with the birds is amazing. I hope you can stay warm here in the upper left corner.
    Aleta Curry
    11/10/2017 #3 Aleta Curry
    Love moments like this. Thanks for sharing, Mark.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    11/10/2017 #2 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Wow, this is a great story. We can learn so much about nature if we just listen.
    Kevin Baker
    11/10/2017 #1 Kevin Baker
    Awesome tale of stay connected to nature any way you can, thanks for sharing
  8. ProducerJohn White, MBA

    John White, MBA

    07/10/2017
    Learn Why Some Top Gen Zers Are Skipping School to Become Entrepreneurs
    Learn Why Some Top Gen Zers Are Skipping School to Become EntrepreneursSomething amazing is happening with Gen Z: 61% of Gen Z who are still in high school and 43% of Gen Z who are in college say they would rather be entrepreneurs than employees when they graduate. This is a major shift from recent generations like the...
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    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    11/10/2017 #23 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Great info @John White, MBA. Couldn't agree more, college has become way too expensive and jobs are lacking. Kudos to the younger generation for their innovation, drive and desire to become an entrepreneur. I love your info graphic and wow- forgot how much Zuckerburg has matured since that photo was taken.

    I wish they still trained people for jobs based on their willingness and intellect. That's how I became a Respiratory Tech and Cardiac Lab tech- OJT (On the job training) because there was a need for it and people believed in me. I was going to finish college back then but the pay and experience was too good to pass up. Sadly, after we moved I wasn't able to work in the fields I grew to love and know so much about because everyone required a College degree. I'm also a tactile learner, so not all of us are 'so called' College material. I did go on to get my Associates when my kids were in middle school & HS but wasn't able to return for personal reasons- financial being one of the largest after I had to start paying my own student loan and a Parental Plus loan for one of my kids. For those who aren't aware how much student loans can cost- lets just say, they can be more costly than a house payment each month. Go Entrepreneurs!!
    Jerry Fletcher
    10/10/2017 #22 Jerry Fletcher
    Show me an entrepreneur without some education and I'll show you an accident getting ready to happen. In today's world even a high school diploma is insufficient to suggest one has the capability to build a company. Even some college as Jobs, Gates and Zuckerberg had are questionable.For way too many years in my opinion we have pushed aside trade education in the USA based on the idea that everyone should go to college. What was once learned in high school is now pushed into Community Colleges and as a result is delaying young men and women from their still required apprenticeship.The only ones that will profit from this trend is the adult education market and the charlatans that prey on the aspirations of these young people..

    If they are still around in a few years (and legit) the positioning line of Phoenix University "WE RISE" will be justified.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    10/10/2017 #21 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #20 @Milos Djukic I agree. Skipping school is not a good thing. At least, we need an important education
    Milos Djukic
    09/10/2017 #20 Anonymous
    Skipping school is not a good idea.
    Wayne White
    08/10/2017 #19 Wayne White
    This was a great article for many baby boomers also rather have their own rather than the traditional route. In my situation, I have a disability and I thought of the almost perfect business for myself and many in my age group can't stand being turning down for a job when they are clearly qualified for the position or worst than that, some 20-30 something has a parent issue and they are the one to seem to be your boss. Imagine, just because they had a bad childhood they turn around and take it out on you for just being there and wanting to work and be left alone. Mr. White, thank you for a great article and have a great day.
    Harley King
    08/10/2017 #18 Harley King
    Great article, John.
    Linda Adams
    08/10/2017 #17 Linda Adams
    Interesting article John. I was a late baby boomer, and not only were you encouraged to find a job for life, but girls weren't even encouraged to go to college and university, as we were only taught needlework, cooking and girly sports like netball in high school. I was horrified when I later learned girls had marks deducted in examinations so they didn't do as well as boys. We weren't allowed to do metalwork, woodwork nor play football. I remember my dad being horrified when I wanted to change jobs after two years into my first job - for a promotion, as you rightly say it was finding a job until retirement. It was a sad day when my granddad retired, having worked in the same job from age 14 to be given a gold watch at 65. As he said, what is the point of having a watch when you retire, and people were old at 65. So I say all the best to the Gen Zers. And yes, I left the formal employment and became an entrepreneur - nothing like having your own company. Regards, Linda
    Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    08/10/2017 #16 Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    This all seems a bit rush to me. If someone doesn't have a plan about his life, becoming an entrepreneur isn't going to automatically fix that. You can still have a good life as a conventional worker and then, when you have what it takes and you have a vision about your life that you cannot fulfill through your day job, then you can consider becoming an entrepreneur. Just because we are aware of a handful of very successful people who made it big through starting their own companies, it doesn't mean that everyone can benefit from becoming an entrepreneur...
    Nick Mlatchkov
    08/10/2017 #15 Anonymous
    '61% of Gen Z who are still in high school'
    I think this is due more because of an attitude which students tend to demonstrate in excess nowadays. They know nothing about the job market which has gotten much tougher than the one for the baby boomers ...
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    08/10/2017 #14 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Time repeats itself. Schools & universities don’t guarantee success, profitability or a career. And it’s not new, just by checking the level of education of some successful people from the past we can learn that many not only have no university diplomas, but just a few years at schools. Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Ford just a few to name. Life requires new skills every day, and that makes standard education inefficient.
    Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    08/10/2017 #13 Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    This is an interesting phenomena and one that may well be necessary as we get deeper into the 4th Industrial Revolution, with increased automation and disrupted business models. Even if you followed the "traditional" path (really just for the last 100 years) and did everything right it's still likely the company you work for will go out of business. The average time a company stays on the S&P 500 has dropped significantly in recent years. I believe the way around this for many people will be consumer electronics based entrepreneurship.
    Phil Friedman
    08/10/2017 #12 Phil Friedman
    @John White, MBA, I don't mean to belabor a point. But one of the things that concerns me most about the effect of social media on our society going forward is that so many use SM to give advice that is born not out of experience and accomplishment, but rather out of a personal hope for their own life. I tell my daughters all the time to make sure they pay attention to advice only from people who have "been there" and not from people who still only want to be there. For the latter are seeking mostly to convince themselves that the path they've chosen is the right one. And in the course of doing so often give out some of the worst advice to be found. I am sorry if that seems harsh, but it is the truth. The stats you present, John, are exceedingly useful. Thanks. And cheers!
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    08/10/2017 #11 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    #10 Phil, I Agree. If one's path is a career that needs a degree such as a Lawyer, Doctor, Teacher and so forth, than College is a great direction. Yet, if one goal that which money is the tool to achieve it, college is the wrong direction. It is the wrong type of education, which leads to the wrong type of CashFlow Quadrant vehicle to reach that goal.
    Phil Friedman
    08/10/2017 #10 Phil Friedman
    #8 Preston, I agree that there is a huge difference between going through and getting an education. And I agree that if it is one's intention or M.O. to simply get through school while avoiding all learning, then one would likely do better to quit. But believe it or not, some people actually do find education and learning at school. Cheers!
    Phil Friedman
    08/10/2017 #9 Phil Friedman
    #5 David, I think we have to distinguish between formal education and life-education. Also between general education and vocational training. In some circumstances life-based education is better suited to fit the bill than formal education. But learning is always essential. Too often today, entrepreneurship is seen as an escape from having to work at learning. And a self-elected "entrepreneur" in search of a passion is a formula for disaster. I can't count the number of time in the last ten years I've told a would-be entrepreneur that simply being out of a job does not make you an entrepreneur. Oh BTW, I am not convinced that dropping out of school is a good thing for most simply because Zuckerberg or Jobs did. For how many of them are there in the world? Michael Jordon dropped out of college in his third year. Does that mean dropping out is a good idea? How many Michael Jordan's are there?
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    08/10/2017 #8 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    Great Buzz. I, myself, did not even look into a path of being an entrepreneur til a few years after college. It wasn't til that point when I realized that my education really began. I graduated at almost the top of my class yet I never learned anything in college. I memorized my way through school. After I took a class, I never used that information again and went on to the next.
    When I decided to become an entrepreneur people where now teaching me Life Principles that I could share and use forever. This was unlike any thing in college. I even went back to my professors angry to ask why I was not taught this. My answer was honest and straight forward, "You came here to learn to work for someone else."
    I realized that society's Plan A has 98% failure rate yet people keep pouring so much into it. I needed my own Plan B, and C. Robert Kiyosaki's "CashFlow" showed me how to plan that.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    08/10/2017 #7 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Thumbs up to those who aspire to be an entrepreneur, however, I feel an education is important. Sure it's great to follow your dreams but sometimes easier said than done. A good education will set you apart from the others; lay the foundation for your dream business; be a backup plan in case you don't succeed.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    08/10/2017 #6 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #5 @David B. Grinberg Education is important but is not a must. It is my humble opinion. Attitude over Aptitude. I can not tell you that education is not important since I studied Software Engineering and it helps me to be better in the Internet related businesses.
    David B. Grinberg
    08/10/2017 #5 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks so much, John, for sharing these important insights and astute observations on the next generation of future leaders. You provide a good window into how some of these young people are grabbing entrepreneurship by the horns and leveraging disruptive innovation to turn their bold dreams into reality.
    In essence, move over Millennials! Here comes Gen Z...
    Also, while I agree with you and @Phil Friedman (generally speaking) about kids attending and completing college, let also recall that some of the leading innovative change makers of our time -- from Steve Jobs to Mark Zuckerberg -- dropped out of college to pursue their business ventures.
    And let's also not forget about the more conventional former U.S. President, "Honest Abe" Lincoln, who successful led America through some of the toughest times in the nation's history without a college degree.
    Just playing "devil advocate" here to expand the conversation.
    What do YOU think @Javier 🐝 beBee @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    John White, MBA
    08/10/2017 #4 John White, MBA
    #3 Well said, Phil. For the record, my kids will be going to college and will be encouraged to pursue a graduate degree. While I admire the aspirations of the Gen Z entrepreneurs, I don't think anyone should pursue entrepreneurialism in lieu of getting an education. There is no expiration date on becoming an entrepreneur, so Gen Z shouldn't feel in a hurry to get started.
  9. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    05/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    Electric Vehicles Will Soon Be Cheaper Than Gas Guzzlers
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com Good news for car drivers looking to go electric. In a...
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    Mark Blevins

    05/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    Solar Technology Hits Historic 'New Era'
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage1.com Solar power was the fastest-growing source of new energy in 2016, surpassing the...
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  11. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    04/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    World Can Meet Growing Food Demands and Limit Warming to 1.5°C, Study Says
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com Agriculture and food production is responsible for around 30 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Slashing the...
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  12. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    04/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    GM, Ford Announce Major Electric Vehicle Plans
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage1.com Two of the world's largest auto companies announced major strides this week in...
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  13. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    02/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    October Astronomical Highlights: Harvest Moon, Orionid Meteors
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com Four cosmic events to watch for this...
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    Mark Blevins

    02/10/2017
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    Mark Blevins

    02/10/2017
    Life Happens
    Life HappensWell it’s Monday. The weekend was okay. Someone who knows me from the fishing boats saw me and said good morning, then he called me a lazy ass. He probably knows I’m used to waking up at 4 or 5 a.m. and it was after seven. I slept in. That’s...
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    Jerry Fletcher
    03/10/2017 #1 Jerry Fletcher
    Mark, Stay with it. Grinding away will always get you further than hoping.
  16. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    01/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    General Motors to Run Ohio, Indiana Factories With 100% Wind P​ower
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com GM just announced wind power purchase agreements with projects in Ohio and Illinois. The automaker is buying enough wind-generated electricity to power the Ohio and Indiana factories that build the Chevrolet Cruze and Silverado, and the GMC...
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  17. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    01/10/2017
    Mark Blevins
    How Two Brothers Convinced the Indonesian Government to Clean Up the World's Most Polluted River
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com Last Friday in Jakarta we met the Director of Waste Management under the Ministry of the Environment (KLHK), R. Sudirman. During this meeting R. Sudirman announced an emergency plan to clean up the Citarum River as a response to ...
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    Mark Blevins

    01/10/2017
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    Mark Blevins

    01/10/2017
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    Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ (Glo) Ochoa
    01/10/2017 #1 Anonymous
    lol
  20. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    01/10/2017
    Francisco Lopez
    Hazing is nothing new — fraternities have been beating and force-feeding pledges since Colonial times
    www.businessinsider.com Fraternity hazing has roots in ancient Greece and medieval Europe, and was imported to America during the colonial...
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  21. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    29/09/2017
    Mark Blevins
    Battle to Protect 50 Million Forest Acres May Finally Be Won After 16 Years
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage2.com A decades-long fight over a landmark rule protecting wild forests nationwide took another successful...
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  22. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    29/09/2017
    Mark Blevins
    Sea Turtle Population Rebounding But Many Threats Remain
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage.com A new study published in Science Advances has found that most global sea turtles populations are...
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  23. Mark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    29/09/2017
    Mark Blevins
    EasyJet Plans to Fly Electric Planes Within 10 Years
    ecowatch.us7.list-manage1.com British airline EasyJet is aiming to bring an electric, battery-propelled plane to market within the decade to handle short term...
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  24. ProducerSam Steve

    Sam Steve

    27/09/2017
    Case Study Help - Tips on Writing Case study Assignments like an Expert Writer
    Case Study Help - Tips on Writing Case study Assignments like an Expert Writer Students who are struggling with writing a case study assignment generally find themselves in a fix about what to write and how to write. Students should be very sure about what they can include in the paper and what just mere waste of space is....
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    Javier 🐝 beBee
    27/09/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    We need a pic of you on your profile. Many thankd
  25. ProducerMark Blevins

    Mark Blevins

    26/09/2017
    Something Out of Place
    Something Out of PlaceThe weather is getting back to normal here in Seattle. That means the rain is here. For months people have looked at me like I’m crazy because I’ve been walking around with a coat draped over my arm. Well a lot of people think I’m crazy, but I...
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