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Is office space dead?

A river of suits coming down 7 escalators of Bankers Trust at 130 Liberty street on Friday at 5 pm was an almost scary view. The massive size of workforce alone was enough to shock, but if you think about…

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We are one

It was 2012 and Glenda Moore from Staten Island didn’t take the evacuation order seriously. Sandy was promising to be a big storm, but with a number of other, later unnecessary warnings, failed to materialize, so she was pretty certain…

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Heavy is the soul of a Jew

Heavy is the soul of a Jew. Hard it is to stay in line. 613 Commandments rival Sisyphos’ labor. Screams the guilt through the annual cleansing ritual, guilt often devoid of basis, as it is the ancestors’ footsteps, that laid…

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Do certifications matter?

Technology has long been a permanent staple of sorts in people’s lives. Entire generation has been born and matured, not remembering what it’s like not to have a computer at home. A new generation is growing up, not even understanding…

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Eliminating the national debt

The US economy is propelling full steam ahead. With the current unemployment rate of 3.9%, as of July 2018, the booming stock market, consumer confidence riding high, and most current matrix exceeding the wildest expectations, why look at the negative?…

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Is technology ever old?

Long gone are the days of C++ ruling the development space. Just as few knew that ‘NT’ stood for ‘New Technology’ in the late 90s, few still remember that ‘VB’ stands for ‘Visual Basic’, and even fewer can speak about…

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