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Dave R. Jacobson

Musical Chairs Galore, Should CA Sen. Feinstein Retire

Dave R. Jacobson | August 30, 2016 | Politics
With all the boundless coverage of the 2016 Presidential Super Bowl battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we know the last thing you want to think about is the 2018 election. But the cold hard reality is that there's another election cycle coming down the pike, and it'll be here before we know it.
Dan Nessel

Can The NETGEAR Nighthawk Line Turbo Charge Your Internet?

Dan Nessel | August 30, 2016
If I list off some gadgets like these - smart phones, smart TVs, tablets, computers, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox and Playstation you probably think, wow, those are some cool gadgets. On the other hand if I list off a cable modem...
AJ Agrawal

How Can You Make Money off the Pokémon Go Craze?

AJ Agrawal | August 30, 2016 | Business
Pokémon Go has become a global phenomenon. It gained popularity immediately and businesses have creatively determined ways to capitalize on that. Individuals are becoming entrepreneurs by advertising personal assistance in playing the game. If your business wants to get in on...
Jeff Pollack

Live & Dangerous: Bumbershoot 2016

Jeff Pollack | August 30, 2016 | Arts
Seattle's Bumbershoot may be a bit lesser known than some of its summer festival cohorts like Lollapalooza and Coachella, but that doesn't mean we should be any less excited about it! The annual international music and arts festival has been around for over 40 years, and is scheduled...
Robert Stavins

Market Mechanisms In The Paris Climate Agreement: International Linkage Under Article 6.2

Robert Stavins | August 30, 2016 | Green
There are a substantial number of issues that negotiators will eventually need to address, and likewise, there are a set of questions that researchers (including within the Harvard Project on Climate Agreements) can begin to address now.
Amb. Marc Ginsberg

Syria's "Surrogates r Us"

Amb. Marc Ginsberg | August 30, 2016 | World
Sur-ro-gate: a substitute or deputy for a person in a specific role. The crumbling, decrepit remnants of the Syrian state are overrun by the pestilence of so many mini-conflicts it is impossible to know who is fighting what at any hour of any given day, or which devastated rubble...
Yoga Journal

8 Myths Keeping You From Yoga

Yoga Journal | August 30, 2016 | Healthy Living
Yoga is an eight-fold path that actually requires a pretty disciplined effort. Relaxation and stress reduction is a wonderful byproduct of a focused practice whether that is asana (poses), pranayama (breath), or meditation.
Harry Cook

Ditch The Plebiscite Australia

Harry Cook | August 30, 2016 | Queer Voices
The thing that breaks my heart the most, is the incredibly damaging impact this plebiscite will have on the millions of LGBTQI+ youth of Australia. The government is literally creating a poll for peoples' rights to be voted on.
Ahmad Raza

2 Critical Steps You Can Take Right Now to Build Lasting Wealth

Ahmad Raza | August 30, 2016 | Business
Want to be successful? You have to prepare. Success isn't accidental. It's the combination of preparation, focus and opportunity. When these three things overlap, like the Venn diagrams you learned about in school, amazing things happen.
Jose Vasquez

How the Best Startups Retain Their Talent on a Low Budget

Jose Vasquez | August 30, 2016 | Business
Startups face a number of challenges during their early growth phases, and most of those challenges are made more complicated by the fact that startups have limited access to capital. If you're going to build a solid company, develop a knockout product, cultivate good relationships with your clientele, and come up with the ideas needed to grow your business organically, you'll need a good team behind you.
Marian Salzman

What Tyra Banks Needs to Know About Personal Branding

Marian Salzman | August 30, 2016 | Business
So, the former host of "America's Next Top Model" has announced that she's going to be academia's next top branding expert. Tyra Banks is heading to Stanford University to co-teach a two-week class for MBA students next May on creating and protecting a personal brand.
Valeria Laura Rigo

Be A Loner

Valeria Laura Rigo | August 30, 2016 | Women
Being alone is a blessing. It's an opportunity, a way to get to know yourself and to be at peace with every little bit of imperfection you have, to open your own path into the world.
michael e. jones

Great Artists Steal, But Please Not From Me

michael e. jones | August 30, 2016 | Arts
What happens when an artist doesn't collage, mash-up, remix or rearrange someone else's art and just takes it, mildly tweaks it, and then calls it his own original work? Ask the controversial appropriation artist Richard Prince.
Christine Gallagher

Anais, A Dance Opera Opens In Los Angeles

Christine Gallagher | August 30, 2016 | Arts
Sensuous, compelling and thought provoking, the production brings to life Nin's story - from her emergence as an important literary figure in 1930's Paris to her death in Los Angeles in the 1977.
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

Changing Schools? 5 Parenting Tips On How Parents Help Kids Cope

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | August 30, 2016 | Parents
Reassuring them might be a way to stretch yourself to reassure yourself as well. If your kids see you coping in an upbeat way they will absorb that manner which will help them believe in you and themselves.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson

Kaepernick's Sit-Down Aside--The Case For Standing For The National Anthem

Earl Ofari Hutchinson | August 30, 2016 | Black Voices
Blacks have paid with their blood and earned the right to lay as much, if not more, claim to the flag and the national anthem as theirs as those among the most rabid flag waving, phony super patriot bellowing crowd. This is their America, always has been, and it's their flag and national anthem too whether they choose to stand when it's played or not.
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

10 Tips On Listening Carefully To Your Kids As School Begins

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | August 30, 2016 | Parents
School beginning can be both exciting and stressful for parents and kids alike. The most important thing to ease the strain is to be a good, carefully attentive listener.

WATCH: A Summer Camp Story That Is Also Saving Lives

HooplaHa | August 30, 2016 | Good News
Chris Woll was diagnosed with cancer when he was 7-years-old. His oncologist recommended that Chris try a SeriousFun Children's Network camp. But this wasn't just a one-time summer event; Chris fell in love with the experience and it ultimately shaped his life. He became a camp counselor, met a camper who later became his wife and now is on his way to help children for the rest of his life as a pediatrician.
Joe Hyland

The Bottom-of-the-Funnel Challenge for Marketers

Joe Hyland | August 30, 2016 | Business
As marketers, it can be easy to spend so much time trying to generate new leads, that we can forget how many of those leads actually turn into revenue. The latest technologies and platforms help us become more and more targeted and deliver endless data on prospects. But marketers shouldn't lose sight of the bottom of the funnel and a most important question that affects all businesses: how do we close more deals?

Participate in National Suicide Prevention Week with Outspeak

Outspeak | August 30, 2016 | HuffPost Live 321
National Suicide Prevention Week runs from September 5th to 11th this year, surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th.