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Antonios Hadjigeorgalis
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Entrepreneur constantly striving to improve everything I touch: Business, Technology, Mind & Body Power.
Entrepreneur constantly striving to improve everything I touch: Business, Technology, Mind & Body Power.

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Water, new on the list at #1

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Awesome! I'm currently reading Cosmos by Carl Sagan and this fits in to the theme nicely.
Planets of the Morning
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Carnegie Las Campanas Observatory, TWAN)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap151126.html

Planet Earth's horizon stretches across this recent Solar System group portrait, seen from the southern hemisphere's Las Campanas Observatory. Taken before dawn it traces the ecliptic with a line-up familiar to November's early morning risers. Toward the east are bright planets Venus, Mars, and Jupiter as well as Regulus, alpha star of the constellation Leo. Of course the planets are immersed in the faint glow of zodiacal light, visible from the dark site rising at an angle from the horizon. Sometimes known as the false dawn, it's no accident the zodiacal light and planets both lie along the ecliptic. Formed in the flattened protoplanetary disk, the Solar System's planet's all orbit near the ecliptic plane, while dust near the plane scatters sunlight, the source of the faint zodiacal glow.
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Ep 55: The Science of Strength and Simplicity with Pavel Tsatsouline

This episode was a real treat.
It was one of the most enlightening and lucid conversations about physical training I've ever had.
Show notes and links from this episode: http://fourhourworkweek.com/2015/01/15/pavel-tsatsouline/
- Tim Ferriss

I agree with Tim, this episode was a real treat.  

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This is a great post that outlines a very detailed strategy to increase reading comprehension.  I plan to incorporate these tactics on the books I am currently reading.  

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“By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest.”
—Confucius
#Learning  

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wow! check this out! The lightning strike starts from the ground.
Lightning in slow motion !!!
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This is a great succinct overview of best practices for email.  It's also fun to suggest to those co-workers who could use some tips.

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This is an outstanding TED talk about how GitHub, and the thinking that created it, could make government better.  Github is a place for developers to share and collaborate on code.  Code is simply text, words and punctuation.  Github can therefore also be used to share and collaborate on written documents, such as laws.  This is incredibly powerful technology.
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