Special Interest

Giant Little Man.

It’s interesting how legends are made and what conditions can lead to “luck” that set apart a career. I was listening to a farm radio program today and they did a piece on Robert Leatherwood (the “little giant”). He lived from June 1844 – April of 1920 and spent much of his career in Arizona. […]

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5,000 to 1.

5,000 to 1.

They are calling it the “most outrageous odds in sports gambling history”, the “most unlikely championship story among all sports”, the “most incredible story in sports in a century”, and others. The event that they are all referring to is Leicester City’s winning of the Premier League. The team was two divisions below Premier League […]

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Uber Experience. $

I had my first experience with Uber this week on a business trip, and it surprised me – to the upside. I took a quick trip to Denver and we got an Uber vehicle from the airport to the client’s office. It was an interesting experience. The driver arrived in a new Toyota Avalon. It […]

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Cotsbot and Autonomous Killing.

   The BBC ran an article yesterday on the Cotsbot, a robot that has been designed to search out and destroy a particular type of starfish. The Cotsbot will search for Crown-of-Thorns starfish along the Great Barrier Reef and inject them with a chemical that will kill them. The COT Starfish is currently destroying big […]

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Blue Light Special. $

One of my best friends and I were trading texts today about the stock market – and I quipped back to him that it was a “Blue Light Special”. He’s my age, so he knows what that was in reference to.  But, it made me stop and think for a minute that there are a […]

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Special Report: Thorium and China’s Growing Nuclear Power (and Why That May Be a Good Thing).

Special Report: Thorium and China’s Growing Nuclear Power (and Why That May Be a Good Thing).

Miles Simpson, one of our contributors and a Graduate Law Student at Georgetown and specialist on China, has submitted an interesting article to us concerning Thorium as a potential source of nuclear power. We only edited Miles’ piece for length. We hope you will find some interesting facts and insights from his piece.   A Breakthrough… […]

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How to Recognize an ATM Skimmer. $

One of our objectives with the Executive Intelligence System is to care about the business professional and their personal as well as professional well-being. Once in a while, we run a personal story that we hope can help you out just a little bit.

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Look to the Skies…

Look to the Skies…

  NASA’s New Horizon’s Probe is, and rightfully so, taking us away from the daily grind to remind us of how small we are.  And perhaps more importantly, to distract us from some of the negativity that comes with life on this planet.   When we can see, for the first time, a photo taken […]

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