Seattle: From a Jobs Shortage to a Housing Shortage In 1971 an iconic billboard went up south of Seattle, across the street from a cemetery: “Will the last person leaving Seattle - Turn out the lights.” Within a month The Economist called Seattle a City of Despair. Less than a decade later things would start…
Science, shamanism, past and future collide in the search for dark energy. Two heroes struggle thousands of years apart for the betterment of humanity. 18+ recommended (some torture, drug use [DMT], and sex).
"Dark energy became beautiful. A discussion about energy and sensors? Riveting." Undiscovered Tomes
Based on a recent interview with Microsoft (MSFT) GM Mike Neil:With Microsoft (MSFT) and VMware (VMW) entering the hybrid cloud battlefield, and the Amazon AWS (AMZN) steam engine continuing to convert more static racks into...
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