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    5 Effective Tips on Removing The Obstacles to Your Success

    5 Effective Tips on Removing The Obstacles to Your Success
    One of the fastest ways to success is to remove the obstacles in front of you. These obstacles can be anything from mental roadblocks to office politics and making them move in the direction you want is not always easy and it certainly isn't fast. I am not here to tell you exactly what to do because that won't work; your ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    FCC Steps Up Internet Regulatory Efforts; Republicans, Telecoms Fight Back

    FCC Steps Up Internet Regulatory Efforts; Republicans, Telecoms Fight Back
    National broadband was one of the  key campaign promises  that President Barack Obama made in 2008.  His Federal Communication Commission chief, Chairman Julius Genachowski, has tried to deliver on that promise, but has a difficult path ahead.The FCC's plan to is to take spectrum from television, re-auction it to wireless companies, and use part of the proceeds to finance new lines for the ...
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    Transgender People and Families Gather in DC for Employment Rights

    Transgender People and Families Gather in DC for Employment Rights
    WASHINGTON, March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Faced with staggering rates of bias in the workplace, transgender people and their families are convening on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, March 16 to advocate for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). This legislation would extend protections against discrimination on the job based on sexual orientation and gender identity. A near-universal 97% of transgender people who responded ...
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    Report Finds Pay And Promotion Disparities For Women Executives

    Report Finds Pay And Promotion Disparities For Women Executives
    Talented businesswomen are stuck in the executive pipeline, according to a report published Thursday. Women MBA graduates earn, on average, $4,600 less in their first jobs than their male peers and lag in pay and advancement throughout their careers, the long-term study said. The findings produced "Pipeline's Broken Promise," one of a series of publications by Catalyst, an organization dedicated to ...
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    Upcoming iPhone Leaked, Gizmodo Gadget Blog Gets Hands On

    Upcoming iPhone Leaked, Gizmodo Gadget Blog Gets Hands On
    "Is you is or is you ain't my baby?" Over the weekend, Engadget posted pictures of what it claimed to be the next generation iPhone 4G. The pictures sparked quite a debate over their authenticity and many flatly rejected the design saying that it was too ugly to be an iPhone. Detractors noted the blocky shape and seams along the edge ...
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    Windows Phone 7 Architecture Leaks

    Windows Phone 7 Architecture Leaks
    This week, details about both the Windows Phone 7 architecture and low-end phone hardware for developing nations was aired.Microsoft faces much the same position as Palm does in the smartphone market -- it's losing marketshare to a charging Google and is falling farther away from entrenched market leaders Apple and Research in Motion.Microsoft's answer is a complete reboot of its smartphone franchise, however, ...
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    MI5 Cutting Employees Who Lack Social Networking, Web 2.0 Skills

    MI5 Cutting Employees Who Lack Social Networking, Web 2.0 Skills
    The British Intelligence and Security Committee confirmed its MI5 agency is now replacing older staff members who are not tech savvy enough to stay in the British security agency."I think some of the staff perhaps aren't quite the ones that we will want for the future," said Jonathan Evans, MI5 Director General, in a statement in front of the committee.  Both voluntary ...
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    Government to Launch Apple Antitrust Probe

    Government to Launch Apple Antitrust Probe
    If there's one big company that knows to ruffle feathers, it would be Apple.  Apple has filed a  scatter-shot suit against HTC citing patent infringement, trying to slow down Google's Android OS's momentum.  And in the app arena, Apple has been waging a war of words and actions against Adobe's popular Flash medium.Apple has never allowed Flash Player to touch the iPhone - that ...
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    Google Says That It Collected Data from Open Wi-Fi Networks by Accident

    Google Says That It Collected Data from Open Wi-Fi Networks by Accident
    Google has raised concerns on more than one occasion from users and privacy advocates who are concerned about the wealth of private data Google collects and stores. This information includes search history of users who use the search engine and more.One of the more controversial programs that Google runs is its Street View program. Google sends cars outfitted with cameras and ...
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    Fox News Claims Wikipedia is in "Chaos" After Porn Purge

    Fox News Claims Wikipedia is in "Chaos" After Porn Purge
    Who's in charge of Wikipedia these days?  According to a Fox News source, "No one. It’s chaos.”If their recent report is to believed, Wikimedia Foundation President and Wikipedia co-founderJimmy Wales has seen his control of the site dramatically slashed and his rights reduced to the "same capabilities of a low-level administrator."That shocking claim comes in the wake of a pornography purge that began last week on Wikipedia.  The ...
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    Global Warming Treaty in Danger as China Battles U.S.

    Global Warming Treaty in Danger as China Battles U.S.
    Tensions between China and the U.S. are already running high.  You can now add one more contentious issue to the mix -- global warming.In December, President Barack Obama traveled to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Copenhagen to try to broker a climate alliance to fight global warming.  Hopes of a true international deal, though, vanished as the industrialized ...
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    Facebook Instant Personalization Feature Protested by Privacy Advocates

    Facebook Instant Personalization Feature Protested by Privacy Advocates
    Facebook has found itself in hot water over the last few months with very public changes to its privacy policy that would result in more of a user's personal information being shared with third-party websites. The backtracking on privacy for users of the site has raised the ire of more than one consumer watchdog group and some Senators as well.Senator Schumer sent ...
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    Palm Suffers Another Setback as Executive, Retail Partner Quit

    Palm Suffers Another Setback as Executive, Retail Partner Quit
    The financial and structural problems for Palm continue to pile up with no apparent viable outcome other than selling the company.Palm started the week already under constant pressure, but it got worse when it was disclosed Michael Abbott, Palm Vice President of Software and Services, abandoned the company as Palm admitted it may be more difficult to find a new buyer ...
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    China Forces Foreign Firms Selling to Government to Provide Encryption Codes

    China Forces Foreign Firms Selling to Government to Provide Encryption Codes
    There are many security companies that provide a wealth of products from security software to portable hard drives that use encryption to protect the data. The key to keeping the data secure on the drives is the security of the encryption keys.These keys are often the same for all of their products no matter what country they are sold in. That ...
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