In an article for MSN.com, I suggest that George Zimmerman could rehabilitate his reputation by distancing himself from some of his far-right supporters and by speaking about bridging racial divides. I say that he'll never go back to normal life but he'll develop a semblance of normalcy by working hard to benefit communities. He should seek understanding from a variety of sectors in the community.
The following is an excerpt from Medium.
Given the current difficulty, and the rate of increase of difficulty in finding BTC blocks, it now makes more sense to simply speculate on the currency than it does to mine it with consumer “plug-and-play” hardware.
Recently, Cointerra announced (and sold out) the first batch of their TerraMiner IV, which computes BTC hashes at a rate of 2TH/s. This is by far the most efficient way to mine BTC, at a current cost of $3/GH/s.
By Renee Wilson, (former) President, MSLGROUP North America
Today we proudly and warmly welcome the clients and employees of Qorvis Communications to the MSLGROUP global network. And, we introduce the clients of MSLGROUP to Qorvis MSLGROUP in Washington, DC.
If you are looking for an internship, the first step starts with the resume and cover letter. This represents your first impression to a potential employer and is key to landing the interview. It's easy to get excited about a position and make seemingly innocuous mistakes. However, these slight issues may be the difference between employment and a ramen noodle budget.
To help your resume stand out in a sea of other applicants, we've compiled six tips for success:
Every year, Cesar Chavez Public Charter School (PCS) organizes Black History Month Professionals Day, where black professionals from the greater Washington, D.C. area visit the school and speak to students about their educational and professional experiences. I was honored to be asked to present to two Chavez PCS classes of high school students for the event.
Initially, I signed up to participate as a favor for a good friend from college who is a teacher at the school. But, little did I know that I would be the one who was really impacted by my experiences that day.
Don’t get me wrong—Wikipedia is a wonderful innovation. (In fact, I was an early donor.) The website provides a vast encyclopedia, including previously unavailable information.
But, it has a weakness. The site does not allow corporations, individuals, or organizations to defend themselves transparently or submit information on their own behalf. This is a serious flaw and a real challenge for a site that has become a fundamental source for so many around the world. This policy results in many articles on the site that are inaccurate or even blatantly false.
The majority of the world's refugees are women and children, as Ann Richards (Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration) noted on March 7th. Eighty percent of Afghanistan's population is under the age of 40, remarked Myra Buvinic, a Senior Fellow with the United Nations (UN) Foundation and Vital Voices. These figures feed into a combination of powerful roadblocks that fight critical changes in behavior toward the empowerment of women.
You may be sick and tired of the song “Gangnam Style,” but there is no denying that Korean pop artist Psy has become one of the ‘it’ stars of the past year—reportedly, even first daughters Sasha and Malia are fans. His status as a worldwide media sensation even scored him an invite to last weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner. However temporary, the spotlight on Psy has positively promoted K-Pop and Korea.
Anyone who has spent more than a few minutes with me should know that one of the titles that I like to show off is that I am proud native of the Garden State, New Jersey. So it was with great sadness earlier this week that I learned about the passing of one of New Jersey’s greatest political icons, Senator Frank Lautenberg.
Senator Lautenberg, who was called “FRL” with reverence by staff, was THE giant in New Jersey politics for my entire life, and his life story reads like a living history of the 20th century in the United States.