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Ah, But You Can’t go by Just One Month’s Data

In his 1935 treatise The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, John Maynard Keynes made a significant contribution to modern economics.In it, he argued that governments must do whatever they can to prod their economies out of recession.Memorably, he advocated burying banknotes in disused coalmines and selling licenses to prospectors who would hire workers to dig up the cash. Now, America has giv ...

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How to Pick the Right Digital TV Package for You

When you are signing up with a new digital TV provider, choosing the right package for your family can be a challenge. There are so many great packages to choose from, but you want to find a package that will meet your needs for the least amount of money. Here are some things to consider when finding the right TV package for you. Networks and Channels The first thing to consider when choosing a package is t ...

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What to Pack for a Day on the Water

Come summer time, you just cannot miss the thrill of going out on a boat ride. Once the chilling winter is over and as the mercury rises, you find clear water bodies thawing from their frozen state and gearing up to give you an exciting and unforgettable experience. Water bodies are abundant in Canada and this gift of nature has been utilised to the fullest by the Canadian Government. When you go on a boati ...

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How To Choose A Reliable Plumber

Finding a plumber in Seattle that you can rely on is seldom ever straightforward. As with most trades, there are those that are responsible, green plumbing Seattle practitioners, like Jim Dandy Sewer & Plumbing. At the same time, there are also no doubt cowboys and fly-by-nights, masquerading as legitimate plumbers and alleviating residents across the city of their hard-earned money for inferior, shoddy wor ...

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Secret and Unusual Rome – Five Places off the Tourist Track

Tourists flock to Rome for its menagerie of high profile sights. There are the ruins of ancient Rome, a magnificent coliseum, pantheon and countless other must-see destinations that make it onto everyone’s Rome itinerary. While these are all great, there’s a whole lot more to the Italian capital than a few postcard-worthy ruins. Modern travellers have learned to peel away from the typical tourist crowds and ...

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Guns in Movies are Just ‘Entertainment’, says Arnold Schwarzenegger

United States has become the haven for dozens of mass killings by teenagers, coming out in open on the streets with guns in their hands loaded with bullets. They go on a killing spree, killing innocent people coming on their way, without any fear of the law in their mind. One such latest addition in these kinds of incidents is the brutal school shooting at Newtown, killing many innocent children and people. ...

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Tax related to health care to be started from the beginning of the New Year

From the very first day of the New Year the taxpayers who have high income in the United States have to give tax for the health care activities which will be done by president Obama’s overhaul. However, at the moment, most of the people are not aware of this thing, because the tax is only imposed on the taxpayers who earn heavy income. However, if the congress starts imposing the tax on the health insurance ...

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The department of public health of Imperial County is offering flu shots to public

Prevention is the best method to be free from diseases. This is what the department Public Health f Imperial Country is reminding people. They are saying that, it is not at all difficult to be attacked by any flu. Therefore, the prevention must be taken. This is the week for National Influenza Vaccination. Therefore, the department personnel are trying to inform people about the importance of taking the vac ...

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Mental Health Care needs to Improve says the Report

The chairman of the National Mental Health Commission Allan Fels announced while launching their inaugural national report card on mental health the basic fact that the mental health services is in a horrible state. On Tuesday he requested to the prime minister Julia Gillard that the Australian government need to give more priority towards mental health department since they have neglected the welfare of th ...

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Annum of Excellence in Adaptive Learning Marked By McGraw Hill Education at EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2012

In education technology, adaptive learning made its mark in 2012. McGraw Hill Education was one of the first learning centers to accept the adaptive mode of education. It displayed its acknowledgement in adaptive learning, with the introduction of LearnSmart personalized digital tutor in 2009. The system works with accordance to the individual learning needs; it not only facilitates a learning pathway but a ...

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