Monthly Archives: January 2017

How Netflix Crushed Blockbuster.

Introduction It was started in the mid 80’s and grew into a multi-million-dollar empire. Blockbuster became the ubiquitous name associated with anything outside of movie theaters. At its peak, it had about 9,000 retail stores and even went public in … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of MySpace.

Introduction Over the last decade or so, social media has exploded and become a part of our daily lives and changed the way business is conducted around the world. In the early 2000’s, when social media was in its infancy, … Continue reading

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Boulder Creek High School Principal Donald Trump Skit Goes Viral.

UPDATE!!!! Just another example of what is being taught in our schools, this is a video of a teacher acting this way in front of her class.  What message does this send to those students? This is by no means … Continue reading

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How Did Google Get Its Name? It Was Almost Called Backrub.

I was recently watching a new show called the “The Wall” which asks certain questions of contestants who are trying to make millions of dollars by answering them right. One of the questions that was asked was the “Google” name … Continue reading

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Clinton Global Initiative Shutting Its Doors For Good on Tax Deadline Day

  There’s an old saying “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Like something that plays out in some Shakespearian play and one with a fitting end, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) quietly announced that it will shut … Continue reading

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Phoenix VA Still Plagued By Long Wait Times and Scandals, Investigators Say

After the first scandal broke about the Phoenix VA facility 3 years ago, a watchdog group announced Monday to President Obama that two independent reviews confirmed allegations brought forth by a doctor at the Phoenix facility. One review, by the … Continue reading

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Trump Announces VA Secretary Nominee Dr. David Shulkin

During a press briefing today, President-Elect Trump answered a slew of questions and made several announcements, the most important, in my eyes, was that Dr. David Shulkin would be the VA secretary. Who is David Shulkin, let’s take a look … Continue reading

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How Mark Zuckerberg Gave Away Facebook A White Paper Study

Introduction Just about every and any business institution and every college around the U.S has studied the story of Facebook. It was even made into a movie. One thing is obvious to those that aren’t familiar with its history during … Continue reading

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10 Year Anniversary of Apple iPhone

It marked the beginning of many things new and never seen. It has forever changed how we live our lives and how we connect with one another on a day-to-day basis. It was 10 years ago today that Apple launched … Continue reading

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VA Staff Received Millions In Unwarranted Bonuses

The VA just won’t stop giving, giving bonuses to workers with no explanation that is, while the beleaguered institution fails the veterans it is funded and mandated by law to provide for. Brandon Coleman, who is a personal friend, and … Continue reading

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