Execupundit.com: Philosophy and Food. Epictetus is famous for his ability to deal with slavery, a bum leg, and numerous other life difficulties with grace and dignity. However, making choices that recognize that we can only control ourselves and our own actions does not mean that extreme dieting or extreme exercise are in keeping with Stoic philosophy. Fate is often cruel; but, it is the occurrence of events beyond our control. While we have the…
What Was Found in Christ%u2019s Empty Tomb?. On this Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the Risen Christ. A human being who dies, and then rises, challenges everything we think we know about science and physics and the world in which we live. Some believe the Shroud of Turin is a medieval forgery; but, the science of the carbon dating is questionable. The science surrounding the Shroud, however, is, in the opinion of many scientists, incontrovertible.…
The article is directed at founders, but I think we can all see similar hours and stresses in the legal and eDiscovery industries, no? “Over 50 per cent of owners work nine hour-plus days and 43 per cent work weekends. But long hours don’t make you more effective: you’re wasting time spinning wheels because you’re too tired to think straight, and you risk burning out completely.” Amy goes on to talk a lot about what…
T-Mobile is Now a Mobile Bank, Offers No Fees and 4.00% APY %u2013 Droid Life. Traditional banks have been upping their mobile game lately, precisely because of new bank alternatives that are mobile. T-Mobile Money is a new mobile online bank account that beats the brick and mortar banks on interest and cash back, and has a debit card, and is ideal as an alternative to traditional banks. It is a great place to…
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: How good is the battery life, and how fast does it charge? | Android Central. A day at DisneyWorld is a real test of phone battery life. I even got into the habit of carrying extra batteries in the days when we could remove the backs of phones. After that, I purchased about every external battery pack made and carried one while doing the parks. The Note 9, however, is…
The New York District Attorney issued a press release about an indictment for “operating storefronts on the dark web that sold and shipped hundreds of thousands of counterfeit Xanax tablets and other controlled substances to buyers in 43 states, and laundering $2.3 million in cryptocurrency by using preloaded debit cards and withdrawing cash at ATMs in Manhattan and New Jersey.”  The April 16, 2019 press release titled “D.A. Vance, Partners Take Down Major Dark
On April 18, 2019, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a Federal Register notice announcing that it is extending the comment period for its February 26, 2019, proposed rule that would put into effect a final monograph for nonprescription, over-the-counter (OTC) sunscreen drug products.  The proposed rule describes the conditions under which FDA proposes that OTC sunscreen monograph products are generally recognized as safe and effective (GRASE) and not misbranded.  As reported in our…
A couple of years ago, I decided to go bare ass screenless for one day a week in efforts to get away from social media, emails, text message and visual noise pollution. I thought about my decision and its impact recently as I was listening to Nicole Abboud’s podcast episode about her 30-day detox (as she calls it) from social media. I’m a big fan of Abboud’s Gen Y Lawyer Podcast even though I’m a…
In this issue: • Academics Detect Manipulation on ‘DEXes’ as Cryptocurrency Trading ExpandsNew Tokenized Securities Announced; Global Regulatory Regimes DevelopFood Supply Chain Initiatives Grow, Government Spending Expected to Rise, Blockchain Enterprise Tools ReleasedCrypto-Mining Malware, Dark Market Money Laundering, SIM Swap Hacks and FinCEN Enforcement Academics Detect Manipulation on ‘DEXes’ as Cryptocurrency Trading Expands By: Joanna F. Wasick A recent academic paper by researchers at Cornell Tech and other academic…

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