Al Gore’s Arrogance Continues to Cost Lives World-Wide

Image via Wikipedia In an online conversation about subjects for future radio shows, a friend of mine said: “I like Al Gore‘s effort on climate.” I suppose he’s not wrong about liking Al Gore’s effort, but the results of his efforts are what really matter. I’m not so confident about the positive effect of Global Warming policies. Not only does it look like global warming has reversed in the last 7...

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Troy Dunn explains How you can Raise your Child to be a Millionaire — Step by Step

Young Bucks: How to Raise a Future Millionaire is on the cusp of an important new way of understanding how we earn, keep, and spend money. It is a straightforward, practical, and entertaining manual that debunks a number of parenting myths that work against financial independence, such as allowances. This book also teaches parents how to identify the entrepreneurial skills that, to some degree, every child has and guides them to...

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Provide WiFi Internet Access In Your Own Car

Today our society has become both a notoriously car-centric and Internet lifestyle culture with more than 200 million cars on the road and millions of new WiFi enabled devices. [Listen to my interview with Autonet’s Co-Founder and Dynamic CEO, Sterling Pratz, here.] With the Autonet Mobile Router, the in-car multimedia experience leaps forward, with wireless connectivity that delivers high speed Internet to passengers in your...

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The IRS Audits Everything Except Their Own Security

Image via Wikipedia Why is it that security problems keep coming up? Again and again, businesses as well as government agencies are having their systems breached and their data stolen. It’s truly an epidemic. Now we have a report from the office of the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration saying that the IRS does not adequately review the “audit trail” logs that can help identify questionable activity on...

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Hannaford Bros. Co. Should Be Fired!

Image via Wikipedia It’s hard to believe that any company would be so foolish as to use rank amateurs to build and monitor their security systems. It would appear that Hannaford Bros. must have hired the best of the worst. According to a report in the Boston Globe last week, 4.2 million credit and debit cards were stolen — and it was entirely avoidable. These numbers were stolen by malware which Hannaford had not detected....

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