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Morgan Franklin

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January 16, 07 AM
When does the decade end?

With the New Year upon us, we not only enter the exciting new year of 2020 but we also wish goodbye to the decade and enter the 2020s. While some politicians have sought to draw comparison between the new decade and the “roaring” 1920s, we can only hope that the 2020s do not end with a major financial crash like that decade. Regardless, there appears to have been a great deal of excite.

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There are many adjectives that could be used to describe 2019: chaotic; frightening; bizarre. Boring is not one of them, nor is uneventful or slow. 2019 has got to go down as the most confusing, febrile, and non-stop years that many of us have known in our lifetimes. It was a year of turmoil socially, politically, technologically, culturally and environmentally, and will be known in the history bo.

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Visiting Madrid? Don’t leave without visiting these ten essential attractions... 10. Puerta de Alcalá This neoclassical passageway serves as one of five ancien.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico is the birthplace of some of the world’s most famous individuals.\ Let’s take a look at the top ten… 10. Nick Wechsler Actor Nick Wechsler is best known for his roles in the hit shows ‘Roswell’ and ‘Revenge’. A proud Duke City naitive, Nick aspired .

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You'd be forgiven for thinking the world's current richest people are the richest people of all time. The likes of Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos are multi billionaires due to their innovative new business ideas. Many people believe that these

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Interviews that have a simple question-answer format can often be very rigid, and sometimes even a bit awkward. If you really want to make a connection with the interviewer and be memorable as a candidate, it’s important to create a flow of dialogue. Asking questions is key, and your potential employer will appreciate the effort.  Here’s why you need to be asking questions, plu.

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Having a fussy eater can be tricky, particularly when you want the best health and nutrition for the whole family. But don’t feel alone if you’re the parent of a toddler or child who is fussy with their food. Research has found that as much as 50% of all toddlers refuse to eat a new food at.

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A therapist's role in a person’s life is truly unique. They meet strangers desperately needing help, support and ultimately, to better understand themselves. The trust .

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December 16, 07 AM
Best Toys of the 80s

In the 80s we had some awesome movies, awesome music, awesome TV, awesome bedspreads but most importantly ...awesome toys! Let’s take a look at some of the best... Cabba.

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  As robots become more common in our daily lives, it’s only a matter of time before they take over the world and put an end to humanity. But in the meantime, what .

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As one of the most sociable sports that’s also great for burning calories, it’s easy to see why more and women choose tennis over running or the gym. But starting out as a beginner can be intimidating when you’re lacking the skills. Here are the top 10 tips to help you improve quickly.  1. Practice your grip  Getting your

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The rise of the internet has made our society increasingly reliant on online industry, retail, and parcel delivery as a sector of our economy. It’s estimated that by 2023, 22% of all retail transactions around the world will take place online making the postal and delivery industry - which has always had a vital role in spreading good, information, and messages - more important to our lives .

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If you hate the gym, you’re not alone. According to Fitness Magazine, a shocking number of women avoid the gym out of fear of being judged by others. Whether it’s your sweaty appearance, your loveable wobbly bits, or lack of experience with gym equipment, gettin.

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Last year, The United Kingdom imported US$669.6 billion worth of goods from countries spread all over the world. We’re actually starting to import less as we move into 2020.

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Apple TV - the iPhone giant’s new online TV streaming service - has gotten off to a bumpy start. The platform has been questioned over its comparative lack of content on launch compared to established competitors such as Netflix and Amazon. The content that is there - spearheaded by The Morning Show starring Jennifer Aniston and Reece Witherspoon -  has received rotten reviews. Without .

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November 12, 06 AM
10 Famous Seattlites

Seattle, located in the Pacific Northwest of America has produced some of the world's most famous and influential people. Let’s take a look at the 10 most people to her.

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Getting a new puppy is a huge commitment, especially when you have children. So choosing the right kind of dog for your family is important if you want to ensure they are able to bond and build a long, loving relationship. Some of the main considerations are temperament and personality of different breeds, the size of the dog, and also the energy level and amount of exercise required. Calm dogs of.

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If you’re looking to get a new puppy, it’s important to find the right breed to match your lifestyle. For people who are always out and about, a high-energy dog that enjoys regular exercise is the best fit. Other considerations include temperament, size and cost. As a nation, us Brits spend around £1.3 billion on our.

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With an estimated fortune of $20 billion in the bank, Alexey Mordashov is one of the richest people on Earth. He’s the main shareholder in

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Let's take a quick look at 5 modern startup businesses that are now worth over $10 Billion… Pinterest  Pinterest is a social media platform like .

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Over the years, Mark Zuckerburg, the multi billionaire founder of social media giant Facebook, has faced many legal battles. Let's take a quick look at some of the legal wran.

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Bernard Arnault is one of the world’s richest people. The multi billionaire’s luxury companies are some of the best known in the world; think Louis Vitton and Dior. L.

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September 24, 12 PM
3 unusual fears and phobias

Fear is a natural part of the human condition. It is a crucial survival instinct which kicks in when there is danger or risk present in order to trigger our flight-or-fight mechanism which allows us to respond appropriately and keep us as safe as possible. Fear is often presented in the media and elsewhere as some form of weakness or cowardice, but the truth is that being fearful is a critical par.

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The virtual realm has endless possibilities for future development in how we perceive our own reality. It can create a completely new environment in an ultra believable way right.

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The UN published a report last year telling us that we have just 12 years to save the planet from devastating climate change which could wipe out species, cause famine and drought, and flood lowland coastal areas. It is an apocalyptic image and has prompted much fear, and m.

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Bringing a new puppy home is one of the most exciting things in life. They bring so much joy and happiness, are wonderful with children, and provide us with comfort and companionship for many years. But making sure your home is puppy-proof and that you have all the equipment and supplies you need is essential if you want to make a smooth transition.  Puppies need training and enrichment, r.

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Dogs and puppies are popular presents for Christmas or birthdays. But sadly, many prospective dog owners don’t consider the amount of responsibility required for owning a dog. A dog is for life, and that means caring for it to the best of your ability and providing.

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Some of us find it hard to say “no”, while some are focused on getting a promotion. Others are simply trapped in a routine that they’ve known so long that overtime is now the norm of everyday life. There are a million and one reasons why we struggle to strike that balance between work and rest, and it’s not always down to the employer to loosen the chain. We are just as muc.

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Believe it or not it has been five years since our beloved Dexter left our screens for good. Dexter gruesomely pushed the boundaries of acceptable television whiles creating char.

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The modern world has transformed travel and transport from simply a way to get from A to B into something of an art form, with hoards of avid fans and followers with a keen interest in fancy cars, sexy motorbikes, and more sophisticated new methods of transport. Transport is now a point of fascination for many, and owning the most special vehicles is now a way to show off wealth and enjoy a life o.

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Litter is an eyesore. And litter is harmful to our planet. It pollutes our oceans, kills our wildlife, and is extremely damaging to human health. These are all things we already know. Yet, almost 48% of people admit to dropping litter. That’s almost half of the population not caring enough to wait until they get to a bin.  .

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Nearly all our trash ends up in the ocean, with plastics being the biggest problem across the world today. There’s over 8 million tons of plastic being dumped in our oceans every year, and around half of the plastic being manufactured is intended for single-use only - meaning they are thrown as soon as they have been used once. If they don&r.

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One of humanity’s greatest achievements has just celebrated its 50th anniversary. The first Moon landing was a simply incredible feat achieved through the hard work of NASA and its international collaborators and contributors. When he landed, Buzz Aldrin described the view as ‘magnificent desolation’, and while it’s true that the Moon for the most part boasts few features t.

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GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is now here and has replaced the Data Protection Act. This implementation means safety of data will be strengthened and unified in your school. This brings a new responsibility for staff members about how they use and keep data .

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Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine are predicted to be the most in-demand in the future. STEM graduates are critical to the UK economy, and research tells us that jobs in this area are expected to grow at double the rate of other occupations from now until 2023. There will be 142,000 new jobs cre.

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The concept of afternoon tea was introduced to England by the Duchess of Bedford in the 19th Century, and made popular by Queen Victoria who considered the duchess to be a lifelong friend. As a way to curb hunger between meals, this elegant sandwich and cake spread was enjoyed by only high society. A few decades ago, it was enjoyed by grandmothers. Today, it is enjoyed by everyone.  The tr.

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Chorizo lollipops, rainbow cheese toasties, charcoal ice cream and brightly coloured smoothie bowls. These are all the trends that have come and gone. So what’s in store for next year? As we look ahead to our event planning calendar in 2020, here are the snacks and nibbles that will make your guests salivate.  Here are 5 food trends to watch when trying to impress a cool, hip crowd:&.

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US President Donald Trump is one of the world’s most controversial politicians, and one of the most divisive presidents in the history of the United States. Since the very first day that he announced his candidacy for the most powerful office on Earth, he has violently split opinion between those who seem him as a racist, sexist, dangerous narcissist and those who see him as a working class .

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The future fascinates so many of us. Works of fiction have, for centuries, attempted to make predictions about or depict versions of the future. Many of the most famous films set in the future have been hilariously wrong. Take 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece, for instance,

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The 20th of July 2019 marks 50 years since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin (accompanied by Michael Collins who was assigned to remain in the lunar lander) became the first human beings ever to step foot on the moon. On the 16th of July 1969, just 8 years after President John F Kennedy had comm.

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Did you know you could start your own business today? Right now? A small business doesn't need months of planning and market research to get started. If you want, you don'.

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British Foreign Office Minister Mark Field has come under heavy criticism after a video emerged of him manhandling a female climate change protestor who was part of a group which gatecrashed a banquet in the city of London. The Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific, who is also the Member of Parliament for the Cities of London and Westminster, was filmed grabbing a protestor, pushing her up a.

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Either former Foreign Secretary and London Mayor Boris Johnson or current Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will be the next Leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. They are both competing for the support of Conservative Party members who will choose the next holder of the post during a round of postal balloting that will take place over the course of early July. .

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The Silicon Valley region of California around San Francisco bay is internationally renowned as a hub of technology innovation and is home to some of the world’s best known companies and biggest names in the industry. There are actually thousands of startups in the region, alongside 39 of America, and the world’s, technology gi.

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Statistically, 25% of adults in the UK will have a mental health problem this year. Mental illness is an epidemic in our society, especially among men, and it is only over the la.

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While most of us are happy to enjoy the great outdoors as a relaxing escape, there are those who see adventure, competition and achievement around every corner. One such man was Sir Hugo Munro, a Scottish mountaineer who compiled a list of mountains in Scotland with the aim of climbing them all, and encouraging others to do the same. Today, the munros are an important part of Scottish outdoors cul.

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There are some sights in the world that everyone can think of off the top of their head. These are natural wonders synonymous with planet Earth, which have helped shape local, national, and international cultures, and which are recognisable to people across the length and breadth of the world. But environmental degradation,

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It was in November 2016 that the United States of America shocked much of the world by electing billionaire businessman and real estate tycoon Donald Trump as their 45th President, defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a bitter and divisive election. Trump’s Presidency has carried on in much the same way as his campaign and life so far, with a vast number of lies and offensi.

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Aside from being an essential for life, food, and cooking generally, occupies a unique space in human culture. It has something that we have developed way beyond the basic necessity that food began as, to something which we can say we truly enjoy. But, beyond that, it&r.

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There is a European (and, nowadays, Middle Eastern, Asian and Australian) tradition that seems utterly bizarre to those who are not used to it, particularly Americans. Every year, singers from across Europe - at least in theory - descend on one country to compete against each other in the Eurovision song contest. It is an annual explosion of great songs decorated with a fair share of bizarre acts..

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Scientists have confirmed that the single best way to lessen your impact on the environment is to switch to a plant-based, non-dairy diet. This has come from research which worry.

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Most of us will be lucky enough to have a local library, whether it’s at a nearby community centre, school or university. It’s probably a relatively small building or even room, designed to cater to people's’ essential or local needs. However, some people are even luckier and are served by (or can visit!) one of the world’s largest libraries, which are huge and sprawlin.

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Gentrification, from the French gritty meaning ‘of gentle birth’ and used in English to describe a person of high-class i.e. a gentleman, is the process in which hous.

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Science is all about trial and error. When one theory, once thought to be fact, is proven wrong by a second, the latter replaces the former as the new fact. Each time, scientists.

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  Scientists estimate that we are less than 100 years from off-world living becoming a real possibility for humans. Coupled with the recent environmental deadline, which .

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After a nearly two year investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election, Robert Mueller has finally delivered his final report on his potentially political consequential findings. So far he has only delivered the report to Department of Justice, and all we know about it has come from a four page letter by Attorney General William Barr - appointed by President Donald Trump .

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The way advertise, the way we create content, and the way we communicate with our customers needs to change fast. Search engine marketing is a much more sophisticated skill than it once was. And with the Internet of Things (IoT) increasing customer connectivity acros.

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The vast technological advances of recent decades has produced a world that feels much smaller and much more interconnected than at any other point in history. An event that occurs in one part of the globe can be spread millions of miles in just minutes. We are now a world that is built on international co-operation and organisations that exist across borders and are made up by countries that are .

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Whenever you see or hear stories on the news of pieces of art, celebrity items, or other strange objects selling for more money than you will ever earn in your lifetime then you might find yourself wondering exactly why. The truth is that there is a market out there for rare items. Take the jocks.

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The first utterance of ‘millionaire’ to describe a wealthy person was used for John Law (1671-1729). Over the last few centuries the millionaires have multiplied to a.

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When I think about the jobs my grandparents did, I feel a sense of relief wash over me. My great-grandad was a miner and I couldn’t fathom his youth. He used to walk five m.

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Marketing is a fast-moving and high-pressure industry, and what seems like a good idea in the confines of an office may not translate so well in the real world. Unfortunately, in the age of social media, even campaigns with good intentions can go viral very quickly.

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Biomass, solar power, hydroelectricity, and wind power are some of the terms we are most used to hearing where renewable energy is concerned in 2018, and as a nation, the UK is looking at more and more ways to increase our renewable energy sources.

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It is amazing what new technology can achieve, how old problems can be met with new solutions, and how traditional techniques and regimes can be redesigned and redefined by innovation.

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If, like me, you’re northern, when visiting London you might find yourself taking a sip of a deliciously crisp pint only to spit it out in surprise when the bartender hits .

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The policies of US President Donald Trump have deep implications, not just for the United States, but also for the wider world. He has taken the .

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The introduction of robotics into the working environment is nothing new. The use of automation in business goes back as far as the first conveyor belt production line by Henry T.

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Robot Thanks to the development of AI and IoT technologies, the use of robots in manufacturing and industry has risen considerably between 2016 and 2017. In fact, the worldwide shipment of robots rose from 294,000 to 387,000 in that time - a large inc.

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There are certain new technologies that are very much on trend at the moment. These are techs that dominates conversations and is at the centre of media excitement, leading to much hype, fevered speculatio.

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Ever since the space race (that ended in 1969) territories beyond Earth have been deemed to be one of final frontiers of human conquest. But how possible is it that space travel .

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In the grand scheme of things, human life has not existed on earth for very long. While many species, such as crocodiles, date back 200 million years, modern humans have only been around for some 200,000 years. Despite our shor.

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(Technology 3D print car via Pixabay) When it comes to new technology, I often find myself asking whether or not it is really necessary. The need for convenience in a fast-pac.

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(Img src: Max Pixel) One of the biggest technological advancements of our time is 3D.

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(Sunrise space outer via Pixabay) It seems almost a lifetime ago that the US and Russia were locked in a desperate struggle to reach space. Fifty years hence, and it seems we .

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The Internet of Things has had a huge impact on the way many industries are approaching the future, with lots of research centred around IoT, and the success of smartwatches has shown the clear potential in wearable technology. Combining IoT with clothing makes a lot of sense, as it takes advantage of items that are on our person for long periods of the day. Over the next few years, wearable te.

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October 4th, 1957: the Soviet Union launched the very first satellite, Sputnik 1, into Space. It was the first time humanity had sent any object in to space. Twelve years later, in July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon, paving the way for increasingly bo.

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Although there have been many smaller developments, and numerous aesthetic changes along the way, the face of transportation has looked fairly similar for the past few decades. Despite promises of hover cars, our roads are still lined with four-wheeled vehicles, trains still run on tracks, and planes are still cramped and noisy. There have been advancements, and in the next few years you can ex.

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