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How Life Is Beautiful Festival Is Prospering in Year 4 & Breathing New Life Into Downtown Las Vegas presented by David Stapleton fall 2016

How Life Is Beautiful Festival Is Prospering in Year 4 & Breathing New Life Into Downtown Las Vegas presented by David Stapleton fall 2016 | wealth business & social media | Scoop.it
This weekend, more than 120,000 people will file into downtown Las Vegas to see the Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, J. Cole, Major Lazer, Tegan and Sara, Jane’s Addiction, G-Eazy and many more at the fourth annual Life Is Beautiful festival. That attendance figure is more than double the 60,000 who came out for the fest's debut in 2013 and doesn't include the potential millions that will tune into a live stream of the three-day fest on Pandora.

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Ex-Google engineers have spent 2 years secretly trying to solve 'the hardest problem in banking'

Ex-Google engineers have spent 2 years secretly trying to solve 'the hardest problem in banking' | wealth business & social media | Scoop.it

A startup led by two former Google engineers on Wednesday unveiled a cloud-based "operating system" for banks meant to bring the infrastructure at the heart of finance into the 21st century. 

 

London-based Thought Machine has been working on its VaultOS platform behind closed doors for two years, with over 50 engineers dedicated to the project. 

 

The project is one of the first bottom-up attempts to built a modern computer system for banks, which can be used out of the box by any bank and then tailored as necessary. The platform draws on the latest technology such as cloud infrastructure and blockchain.


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An Easy Guide to Beer: History, Styles, Terms

An Easy Guide to Beer: History, Styles, Terms | wealth business & social media | Scoop.it
Ale yeast gathers and ferments at the top (hence, "top fermented") of the vessel, at a high temperature so the yeast acts quickly. Some finish fermenting in less than 2 weeks. Ales are sophisticated and rich, with increased yeast-derived flavors.

Whether American or English, the "light" was cut on long ago to distinguish it from the dark colour of Porters. English and American styles differ, but generally they can be copper colored and dry with clear hop flavor or gold.

Pale ale with slightly higher alcohol content and odor and intense hop flavor.

These distinctively northern English style ales might be sweet, nutty and incredibly lightly hopped and have a powerful, malty centre. They're medium bodied and the name fits the colour of the ale.

Stout (Guinness and Murphy's are dry Irish stouts) - Heavy, black rich and opaque. Stouts draw on colour and their flavor from roasted barley. They frequently taste of caramel and malt , with little to no hop aroma or flavor.

Porter - Virtually identical to stout but made from, or largely from, unroasted barley. Dark and sweet brown in color with touches of chocolate as well as a sometimes -sharp bitterness.

Wheat Beer - Germans take their beer very seriously that law requires it to make use of top-fermenting yeast. It should be made from at least 50% wheat malt. Wheat proteins contribute to some misty, or nebulous look and so are usually unfiltered, leaving yeast sediment in the bottle. They're light colored, full flavored as well as the exceptional yeast strains generate flavors like banana, clove and vanilla.

Hefeweizen - The most commercially successful form of wheat beer. In the US they're consistently served using a lemon wedge to cut the intense yeast flavor.

Check this out: take a brewery tour of San Diego.
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19 Unbelievably Awesome Ways To Eat Oreos

19 Unbelievably Awesome Ways To Eat Oreos | wealth business & social media | Scoop.it
*runs out and buys 10 packages of Oreos*..

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Caribbean Beach Vacations Can Be Life Thrilling Experience

Caribbean Beach Vacations Can Be Life Thrilling Experience | wealth business & social media | Scoop.it
Everyone likes to spend considerable amount of time in enjoying vacations and has travelled to many areas of the world. All those places…

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My friend made $4 million trading like this! http://bit.ly/1nYzWVt #daytrading #workfromhome #stocks #pennystocks pic.twitter.com/4wE4MA9sJq

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