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>Government cancer deprives host economy of critical resources. How do we treat this disease?!
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Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds | FascistCanada.com?

Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds | FascistCanada.com? | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds
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All free range people have a duty to reverse this cancer that is killing our freedoms .

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"You may think that Canadians will fall prey to a politics of fear before an election. But you may be misreading the extent to which Canadians will allow the attachment of their Maple Leaf to the aggressive talons of a hijacked American Eagle.

Canada could be a model for independence against the backdrop of bankrupt American military adventures steeped in big business profits…a model that might help both nations restore their better angels."  A good challenge for all

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The dangers of driver’s licence suspensions

The dangers of driver’s licence suspensions | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The trend across Canada is clearly toward making much broader use of driving privileges as a catch-all punishment tool without regard to actual driving skill
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This is akin to the arbitrary asset forfeiture laws . Legal stealing whose only purpose is to enrich the state under draconian and dubious punitive thinking. It is unjust, unconstitutional because mobility is a right not a privilege. It must be changed back to road safety only fines as before the intent was perverted or continue to bring the system of "justice " and law into disrepute.

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A City Where Everyone Works, There Is No Police, And The Salary Is 1200 Euros

A City Where Everyone Works, There Is No Police, And The Salary Is 1200 Euros | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
With virtually no police, crime or unemployment, meet the Spanish town described as a democratic, socialist utopia.
Unemployment is non-existent in Marinaleda, an Andalusian village in southern Spain that is prosperous thanks to its farming cooperative.


On the face of it, the Spanish town of M
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Is this constructive anarchism - what is it that makes this work .? 

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Canadian City CIO offers an IoT reality check

Canadian City CIO offers an IoT reality check | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
To say Shari Wallace was trash-talking the Internet of Things would not be entirely accurate, but she certainly demonstrated an interesting use

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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 23, 6:48 PM

Shari Wallace, CIO, City of Burnaby commenting about how the IoT can enable better city management.  “What we’d like to get to is really to start thinking of these sensors more out of the optimization of the business process to how we can do things better as a city,” she said. This could include smarter traffic flows, remote proactive information before infrastructure fails, or being able to email citizens or send out tweets about something important happening in their area.  -  Other use-case scenarios for sensor-based technologies today is on the City of Burnaby’s pump stations, which Wallace said are used to remotely monitor things like pressure flow and depth. “What really interests me is the education piece: if your water usage has gone up for 20 percent, for example, this is what it means for our reservoir,” she said. “Some of these things we’re doing were not called the Internet of Things. They were just things good cities did.”  -  Besides reducing costs and increasing revenues, Wallace said the Internet of Things also opens up the potential to share more information with citizens and engage them in a dialogue that wasn’t possible otherwise. On the flip side, she pointed out that privacy, big data challenges and shadow IT all represent risks that will need to be carefully thought through.

GCWS's curator insight, May 25, 4:01 AM

Always interested in this mode of thinking. The development of sensors is exponential however the need to have a common real time remote monitoring platform at an affordable price is the key. Thus my interest in working in Vantage Point Technologies who have the solution.

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New laws that will create a “secret police” force for Canada?

New laws that will create a “secret police” force for Canada? | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
This is nuts. Tell Stephen Harper to pass pro-privacy legislation and end government spying on Canadians NOW.
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Stop the intrusive cancers killing our individual rights and freedoms

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Could your next iPhone have an 'invisible' display? Apple patents a hidden transmission of data

Could your next iPhone have an 'invisible' display? Apple patents a hidden transmission of data | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The Cupertino-based company said the 'invisible' data could be in the form of machine readable information, such as barcodes, security details or QR codes that is meaningless to the user.

Via Kenneth Carnesi, Richard Platt
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Food for thought  should you allow "smart " intrusions into your life ? Do you value your privacy? 

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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 11, 7:21 PM

The idea is that iPhones will someday have two displays; one that a user can see, and another display embedded beneath to transmit hidden data.  This could be in the form of machine readable information, such as barcodes, security details or QR codes that is meaningless to the user.  -  The concept, titled 'Invisible Light Transmission via a Display Assembly,' was discovered in a patent application this week by Apple Insider.  -  The multi-display concept could work using a single display that has pixels that quickly switch between visible and invisible information, according to the patent documents.  -  Apple claims this would allow an app to present visible information that is relevant to the user, while hidden code could be given to machines such as a check-out scanner.


Merce Colom's curator insight, May 12, 4:28 AM

Interesante, dos tipo de informaciones en un solo dispositivo

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Improve Your Communication Skills with These 7 Websites

Improve Your Communication Skills with These 7 Websites | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
It's true that the pen is mightier than the sword, and the same could be said of communication skills. Listening well is more powerful than speaking loudly. Known as a "soft skill," good communication is a subtle force that will open doors professionally, improve your relationships and increase your personal happiness. These 7 online resources will…

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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useful upgrading resources

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, May 4, 7:20 PM


Are your communication skills as well developed as they need to be to succeed in today's competitive business environment?


Do you know what specific aspects of communication you need to personally devote attention to improving?


Would your employees benefit from improving their understanding of all of the nuances involved in communicating successfully?


Would a list of 7 great websites that focus on communication, as provided in this good article, be useful to you and your business?

SENAME Interactive's curator insight, May 7, 7:11 AM

Communication is very important element for personal branding. It also helps for entrepreneurship and to show your authenticity. Thanks for the list of websites that helps for better communication. 

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Craft beer’s biggest enemy is itself, not Budweiser and Miller

Craft beer’s biggest enemy is itself, not Budweiser and Miller | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Smaller breweries ought to focus on fights they can win instead of battling against the big guys, says Jason Notte.

Via Ally Chialastri
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equal before the law is a good precedent for equal playing fields?

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OBAMA ATTACKING THE VERY FIBER OF FREEDOM THE IDEA OF CHOICE

OBAMA ATTACKING THE VERY FIBER OF FREEDOM THE IDEA OF CHOICE | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Well is there any more an issue to speak of in Room 101 than being forced to vote? This column was meant to shine a light on the idea of American citizens losing rights and privileges through...
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It is time for the American people to begin to act as responsible adults again, stop relying on the government for that which you can do for yourself. It is time for us to rebuild our system so that we are free again to make choices, each different from the next. It is time we remember what diversity means, that we accept others differences no matter what they are and act in a responsible way. It is time we understand that making someone believe in what you believe is just another form of slavery and that idea can never be visited on this nation again.           Some american are awake and pushing back......

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Truth Decay a Growing Problem For European Governments and Judiciaries - Breitbart

Truth Decay a Growing Problem For European Governments and Judiciaries - Breitbart | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The Council of Europe’s latest analysis of democracy, human rights and the rule of law reveals many European governments failing to safeguard against corrupt judiciaries while also suppressing dissent in the media. The report, “State of Democracy, Human Rights and
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Truth Decay-This cancer has infected us all . Are you tired of the the government terror porn or propaganda  and breaches of common trust?  Say and do "enough is enough" and start recapturing the institutions to do what they are supposed to do. Do not feed or tolerate cancerous behaviour  or radical surgery is recommended.

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The ethics and money in medicine

The ethics and money in medicine | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The American way need not compromise our societal and our professional ethics. We can do better.
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Greed kills the golden goose?

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Battery Hackers Are Building the Future in the Garage

A day trader cannibalized a Tesla to go off the grid. That's the spirit igniting a revolution in solar energy.
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Imagine freedom from the local energy monopoly.....

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Mooc Developer Disrupts Business Education Online With Tech Groups

Mooc Developer Disrupts Business Education Online With Tech Groups | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Coursera is pushing further into the fee-paying market, expanding its digital business education offering with technology companies including Snapdeal and Instagram.
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Progress - knowledge is the power to the new paradigm?

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When Our Homes Become Connected, Designers Will Save Us | WIRED

When Our Homes Become Connected, Designers Will Save Us | WIRED | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
As designers are moving into the uncharted Internet of Things, they might need map out a course for keeping their principals intact.
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Smart devices can be really dumb with the unintended consequences that they create?The focus on sheer technical possibility as opposed to real needs can lead to more overstuffed crap? This is a realistic warning ..

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Why Technology Will Never Fix Education

Why Technology Will Never Fix Education | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

The real obstacle is student motivation, and no gadget can create that.


Via Nik Peachey
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Interesting food for thought -motivation is a quality issue?

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Linda Buckmaster's curator insight, June 5, 6:03 AM

Kentaro Toyama - is a professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Information and author of Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change From the Cult of Technology.

Toyama’s speech “Why technology will never fix education” is controversial.

Obstacles such as governing bodies often dump large sums of money into these types of projects, without conditioning the money on provable results. Student motivation is a key problem - no gadget can create that. The disparities mentioned the speech are a concern.

So what is to be done?

Pamela Hills's curator insight, June 5, 9:01 AM
If our past self could give students today any advise it is this. Learn all you can in school because you will be further ahead when you graduate. We live in a fast pace world a world so different from when we went to school. Be the dreamers. you are the future . The only one holding you back is you and being lazy only you can make the difference .
Peter Rettig's curator insight, June 5, 12:45 PM

This certainly also applies to learning a foreign language. As a learning "tool", technology will only help if you really want to build something, e.g. your knowledge or skills....

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Probe Reveals Red Cross Raised $500M for Haiti but Built Only 6 Homes / Sputnik International

Probe Reveals Red Cross Raised $500M for Haiti but Built Only 6 Homes / Sputnik International | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
After raising nearly half a billion dollars for emergency disaster relief after the 2010 Haitian earthquake - including $170 million earmarked for 'shelter relief' - the American Red Cross has built a grand total of six houses, according to a new report.
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Comparing royalty rates in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Texas and North Dakota

Comparing royalty rates in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Texas and North Dakota | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Royalty rates are up for debate in Alberta once again. There's a general feeling that Albertans are not getting enough for their oil and gas resources. We test that idea by taking an average Alberta oil well and clone it in Saskatchewan, Texas and North Dakota.
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The Radical Humaneness of Norway’s Halden Prison

The Radical Humaneness of Norway’s Halden Prison | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The goal of the Norwegian penal system is to get inmates out of it.
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Homeopathy regulation under discussion in DC

Homeopathy regulation under discussion in DC | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The FDA wants stricter controls on homeopathy, recently holding two days of meetings on dangers despite the fact they're some of the safest remedies.
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Growing number of seniors account for Ontario insolvency filings: study

Growing number of seniors account for Ontario insolvency filings: study | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
2013-2014 study shows seniors account for 10 per cent of all insolvencies, highest level of unsecured debt
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Sad  - another broken promise from the government 

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What, Exactly, Do You Want? - New York Times (blog)

What, Exactly, Do You Want? - New York Times (blog) | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Having freedom of choice is often a good thing. But in many cases, choosing not to choose may be the best choice of all.
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Interesting discussion on free range individual choices-is this a muscle that gets stronger with use?

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Urgent action needed: FDA planning to regulate and control homeopathic remedies

Urgent action needed: FDA planning to regulate and control homeopathic remedies | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
(NaturalHealth365) Homeopathic remedies have been a trusted, safe method of healing for more than a ...
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because there is no money for the government to make off of them.  Do not let the cancer spread.....

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Here’s Why You Should Never Lie On Your Resume

Here’s Why You Should Never Lie On Your Resume | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Stuck looking to improve your resume? Check out this guide of what to avoid...
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honesty is the best policy?

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Legal drugs kill a shocking number of Americans

Legal drugs kill a shocking number of Americans | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
It's an epidemic.
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A breach of the public trust ..sad and entirely avoidable.

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Mega Underground Bike Park is for cyclists who are deeply into riding

Mega Underground Bike Park is for cyclists who are deeply into riding | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The Mega Underground Bike Park isn't just some warehouse-style bike park. Claimed to be the largest indoor bike park in the world, it's situated 10 stories (100 ft/30.5 m) underground in a disused...
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