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Yet one more example of how significant our lack of investment in education is...
 
Nancy Kaffer: Education in Michigan is not working. This is indisputably clear.
The state's educational ship is sinking. Maybe faster than you thought.
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Whoa...I can't believe that something like this made it through a basic QC process.
A security update for Group Policy for this month doesn't quite work as expected.
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I can hardly believe that the NFL would want to influence the study...what could they possibly have to gain?

What a shady organization...
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I haven't posted in too long, but thought I should share.

This story continues to amaze and sadden me each time we find out something new.

They could write a book about how NOT to handle a situation... So many poor decisions could have been avoided and so many lives left unaffected... 
Months after the city of Flint left the Detroit water system and began to draw its drinking water supply from the Flint River, some of Gov.
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How can so many people be so blind to the welfare of fellow human beings...not Flint people....but human beings?  It is unconscionable that anyone would or could be so unaware....or be so aware and do nothing. 
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While we all suspected this was true, we didn't know the exact numbers or to what extreme this was happening.

I am proud of the education that I received, but am always so disappointed at how often my alma mater shows up in the news with stories like this.  

I get that EMU wants to have a successful athletics program and I understand that a successful athletic department can bring money into a university, but schools like Eastern are not going to be in that top tier to reap those benefits any time soon.

It seems abundantly clear that the leadership is not making decisions that will benefit the vast majority of the students and probably haven't in some time (at least in comparison to what they could be doing).

This just makes me sad...again...and again...and again...

https://theodysseyonline.com/emu/emu-top-25-most-subsidized-college-athletic-departments/221736
Does education really come first for Eastern Michigan University?
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I wasn't aware of this company, but looks like some real nice looking cases,especially since it's not too common to see nexus phones featured.

Maybe something you'd be interested in +JP Moore​?
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Wow...definitely cool cases!
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A beautiful night for a ballgame and a nice win for the +Detroit Tigers​. 
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Great shot.  How fun for all of you!
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It isn't as if we didn't realize that athletics were an anchor, but this is pretty astounding... And really logical suggestions on how to keep athletics without the general student population paying so much for it.
 
The report found that each student paid $917 out of pocket to support athletics at Eastern. http://on.freep.com/1XSgJli
Report from Eastern Michigan University faculty, student government calls for less spending on athletics
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And really they cannot pick and chose which athletics they can support. 
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I always enjoyed this show. Sometimes I wonder how things would have been different if both he and Frank Burns characters had remained (or at least stayed a little longer).

I had always wondered what happened to him... Sounds like he was plenty successful outside of his acting career. 
The Alabama-born actor left the hit show after three seasons after a contract dispute but his wise-cracking character was one of the most loved
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This seems like a cool concept for any science/chemistry teachers out there (or for kids who love each science).
 
Check these out for your Science Classroom.
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And this is why you pay attention in class... And also why your editor should pay better attention. 
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I found this to be an interesting article about large-scale networking and also an example of how sometimes making things work vs planning for security during the development process can make it difficult to sort out later.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/business/2015/05/31/net-of-insecurity-part-2/
A key protocol created as a short-term solution in 1989 is designed to automatically trust users, a flaw that leaves the network ripe for attack.
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I'm sure this is not an isolated incident. And I'm sure it's no different than other business projects which get done quickly to get to another project. Then people are suprised when things fail.
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