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Gap Inc will raise the minimum hourly rate for U.S. employees

It’s a start. Good for The Gap. Early this morning, we notified all our employees that starting here in the U.S., Gap Inc. will make a strategic investment to do more for our employees by increasing the minimum hourly rate … Continue reading

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“Living in poverty is like being punched in the face over and over and over on a daily basis. “

This is painful to read but I hope you will take the time to do so. Reading it can’t be anywhere near as painful as living it. Can we as a society afford to continue turning a blind eye to … Continue reading

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How’s Your Weather? UPDATE

It’s hard to see the snow falling in the photo because it’s very fine, but heavy. The camera had trouble focusing, but this is a half-hour’s worth of snow already. We are expecting up to 12 inches of snow by … Continue reading

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Do you like taking photographs?

You don’t have to be a professional photographer, or go to school for photography to love taking photographs. I thought I would share some sites that I have found inspirational and helpful for ideas and techniques I’ve never tried before. … Continue reading

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Are crows the ultimate problem solvers?

I love crows. I thought this was fascinating. Are crows the ultimate problem solvers? – Inside the Animal Mind: Episode 2 – BBC Two – YouTube.

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A Limited Time Offer for Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5

Anyone who has ever purchased a full version of Photoshop knows how incredibly expensive it is. Unless you make your living using Photoshop you probably don’t want to shell out the big bucks each year or so for the major … Continue reading

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Is a Change Coming for Windows 8?

UPDATE: Free Windows 8.1 update available. Instructions HERE Microsoft miscalculated when it came out with Windows 8…it screwed up. Yes, many people are going to tablets, but businesses and many home PC users aren’t and that was the miscalculation. Windows … Continue reading

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Sweet Irony

Sometimes it is the little ironies in life that add the humor and spice. Rep. Michael Grimm didn’t know whom he was dealing with on Tuesday when he threatened to throw NY1 reporter Michael Scotto off the US Capitol balcony … Continue reading

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▶ Cheerios Super Bowl Commercial 2014

Refusing to bow to pressure from the bigots of the world, Cheerios brings back Gracie and family for a new commercial.

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Review: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

The organizational abilities of the program are far superior to Adobe Bridge, and organizing your photos is just the beginning of the things you can do with Lightroom. Continue reading

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