Letters To Elon.

letters to elon writing

We introduced a new segment on The Justin Brady Show on Saturday, called “Letters To Elon.” Every week, I’ll write a new letter to Elon Musk about how impressed and proud I am of his accomplishments. I’m a huge Elon … Continued

The Case For Paper Note-Taking

paper note-taking

In this electronic age, paper note-taking for meetings and classes reigns supreme and Texas schools have taken a major step by making cursive writing mandatory for 2nd-grade students going into 3rd grade. Dr. W.R. (Bill) Klemm, Senior Professor of Neuroscience at Texas … Continued

Gender Inequality Is Rare In Developed Countries

Gender Inequality and Gender Icons

After the new year, Iceland made the news with a national law that makes it illegal to pay women less than men. The country’s effort to remove gender inequality, however, actually resulted in more inequality. According to new research and … Continued

Are Facebook and Google Censoring?

Server room. Facebook and Google Censor People

You’ve seen the videos of Congress People criticizing Google and Facebook executives and you’ve seen those executives make their best attempt to answer questions on how their networks filter and share information, specifically do Facebook and Google censor people? Their … Continued

Why Did Online Mattress Companies Explode?

Mattress

Online mattress companies have disrupted the industry. With recent news of Mattress Firm filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, it’s obviously a trend that isn’t going away, but have you ever stopped to wonder why? Why are there so many online … Continued

Why Is Healthcare Expensive?

Why is healthcare expensive

Why is healthcare expensive? Even after the ACA passed, healthcare has gone sky high and Ben Krambeck, the CEO of Claim Doc broke down the details for me, including a band-aid that cost over eight thousand dollars. This came up because … Continued

Where Does Recycling Go When It Can’t Be Recycled?

where does recycling go

Where does recycling go, and how do you know everything you throw in the bin goes where it should? This hot topic came about as a local paper indicated something concerning. In some circumstances, consumer waste thrown into single-stream bins … Continued

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