Monthly Archives June 2014

Peace is … – Don’t define it. Feel it.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6HTbxHPjkg I recommend the following guides: Brett Kelly’s “Evernote Essentials”, Dan Gold’s $5 guides to Getting Everything Done with Evernote and Springpad, and DocumentSnap Solutions’ Paperless Document Organization Guides. Be sure to try DocumentSnap’s free email course on going paperless first before buying his products. Sign up for it on his homepage. Disclosure of Material […]

“We just got wired into the system”

You may soon get a call from your doctor if you’ve let your gym membership lapse, made a habit of picking up candy bars at the check-out counter or begin shopping at plus-sized stores. That’s because some hospitals are starting to use detailed consumer data to create profiles on current and potential patients to identify […]

TEPCO : Decommissioning Plan of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power

Breakdown of transferred assemblies by kind Spent fuel                                 1100 assemblies/1,331 assemblies Unirradiated New fuel         22 assemblies/ 202 assemblies Number of times of cask transportation: 51 times  as of June 23, 2014 via TEPCO : Decommissioning Plan of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power. I recommend the following guides: Brett Kelly’s “Evernote Essentials”, Dan Gold’s $5 guides to […]

What Henry Hazlitt Can Teach Us About Inflation in 2014 – James Grant – Mises Daily

Henry Hazlitt was an American journalist who lived through the Great Depression and went on to write about economic (and other) matters in  The American Mercury, The New York Times and Newsweek. The Henry Hazlitt Memorial Lecture is a lecture held annually at the Mises Institute. This year, the lecture was given by financial journalist […]