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For decades, robots have been used by people to assist with simple tasks. They work well in industry to automate processes and are exceptional for missions in conditions or circumstances too dangerous for humans, such as on Mars or on bombing runs. One organization is bringing new technology to the disabled to help them normalize their lives.
The history of America was changed forever once the franchising boom started up midway through the last century. Building a business had always been a staple of the economic freedom the country represented, but it was the ability to take a pre-existing brand and buy into a portion of it, running it as a branch or arm of a larger entity that truly fueled the growth of the economy and added an additional way for people to “live the dream.”
After 50 days of mayhem used to entertain some of loom over others, LulzSec has officially called it quits.
In their most recent (and supposedly last) post, the hacker group of 6 announced that they will no longer be posting passwords, hacking into government agencies, or waging war against corporations across the globe. Instead, they will return to being “real people”, whatever that means.
“Thank you for sailing with us. The breeze is fresh and the sun is setting, so now we head for the horizon.”
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We all know that work can be boring. It can be monotonous. It can grind us down to the point that we simply cannot perform our duties properly.
“As companies grow, keeping employees informed and engaged becomes more of a challenge,” said a post by SocialCast. “In a recent study, less than 10% of employees report they understand their company’s mission statement.”