The best financial advice from 22 big names

Originally posted on Vaniceseasonal's Blog:
Thanks;Rex Crum @mktwcrum& Follow the Tell @thetellblog December 28, 2013, 12:23 PM The end of the year is often a time to take stock and look ahead to the future — and get financial advice. The Wall Street Journal asked 22 well-known investors and writers for their best piece…

Medical sciences news highlights of 2013

Originally posted on Vaniceseasonal's Blog:
Thanks;BBC news With a baby cured of HIV and breakthroughs in dementia, it’s been a year where two of the great scourges of our time have been put on the back foot. Meanwhile a vision of the future of medicine has emerged, with scientists growing miniature organs -including brains…

The best financial advice from 22 big names

Thanks;Rex Crum @mktwcrum& Follow the Tell @thetellblog December 28, 2013, 12:23 PM The end of the year is often a time to take stock and look ahead to the future — and get financial advice. The Wall Street Journal asked 22 well-known investors and writers for their best piece of advice about money. Some shared…

Russia bombings spark Olympic concerns

Thanks;EDDIE PELLS December 30, 2013 The bombings in Russia serve as a chilling reminder of what the Winter Olympics represent to terrorists: a high-profile target with more than 2,500 athletes waving the flags of nearly 90 nations. So, while many Olympic leaders called for calm the day after two bombings about 400 miles from Sochi…

Medical sciences news highlights of 2013

Thanks;BBC news With a baby cured of HIV and breakthroughs in dementia, it’s been a year where two of the great scourges of our time have been put on the back foot. Meanwhile a vision of the future of medicine has emerged, with scientists growing miniature organs -including brains – and performing the first steps…

On Anniversary Of Apollo 8, How The ‘Earthrise’ Photo Was Made

Thanks;SCOTT NEUMAN December 23, 2013 4:23 PM The first humans to catch a glimpse of the Earth rising over the moon nearly missed seeing it at all, let alone capturing the snapshot that became one of the most iconic photos of the 20th century. NASA has released an animation commemorating the 45th anniversary of Apollo…

My One-Item Christmas List: A Government That Stops Playing Santa

Originally posted on Ideas:
Forget a new car, Beats by Dre, or even affordable health care. You know what I really, really, really want for Christmas? I want a government that spends less money. I’m not alone in such a wish. Even President Obama, who has asked for more and more spending in each of…

EQ Watch Update-Dec. 23-24, 2013

Originally posted on Earth & Fire:
I felt the urge that I needed to make an update now. I feel like there is already more potentially surging in California, including the Southern half of the state. I just started feeling some more acute pressure in my side this evening and I am issuing a higher…

Computer Pioneer Alan Turing Pardoned of ‘Gross Indecency’

Originally posted on Tech:
Alan Turing, the British mathematician who laid the theoretical groundwork for modern computing and cracked coded messages from the Nazis, received a royal pardon on Tuesday. Turing was convicted under a late 19th-century law that criminalized homosexuality. He was forced to undergo chemical castration in 1952. U.K. Justice Minister Chris Grayling requested…