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Florinel Nicolai Deciu
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How far am I willing to go to change the world??? Ask me!!!
How far am I willing to go to change the world??? Ask me!!!

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10 Travel Hacks That Will Help You Save Money: Spending less on trips is about planning ahead, not making sacrifices. http://dlvr.it/Ph7gQr #entrepreneurship #intel #tradeflo #business
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How to Prepare Your Business for the Ways Employees and Customers Are Changing: It is time to disrupt the status quo and elevate the health of your company culture differently. http://dlvr.it/Ph6bh0 #entrepreneurship #intel #tradeflo #business
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Pepper the robot takes on a new role as a funeral attendant: If you’re a Buddhist living in Japan, you now have the option of having a tiny white robot presiding at your funeral in lieu of a human priest. Japanese plastic moulding and funereal services company Nissei Eco will offer the robot Pepper in a Buddhist priest’s robe as an attendant. It will be able to chant sutras and livestream the ceremony. Pepper — a product of Softbank Robotics — debuted its new role at this week’s Life Ending Industry Expo — a funeral fair in Tokyo. The reason for this fusion of the spiritual and the technical? Money. According to The… This story continues at The Next Web http://dlvr.it/Ph6G1Z #Asia #Gadgets #Insider #internet #technology #business #tradeflo
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It’s official: Samsung reveals the Galaxy Note 8: It’s finally here. After months of rumors and speculation, Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York. It has a lot to live up to after the Note 7 – a would-be excellent phone with a disastrous launch. But with so many leaks, Samsung didn’t exactly have much left to surprise us with. The basic specs are pretty much what we expected: Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 6 GB RAM 64/128/256 GB SSD 6.3-inch qHD+ display with HDR suppprt microSD expansión 3300 mAh battery Dual rear cameras: f1.7 normal and f2.4 wide angle Iris scanner and poorly-placed… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Samsung http://dlvr.it/Ph5bRW #Gadgets #Insider #Mobile #internet #technology #business #tradeflo
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Read the Letter Elon Musk Signed Asking World Leaders to Curb Killer Robots: Musk and more than 100 leaders of AI and robotics companies warned that lethal autonomous weapons could usher in the 'third revolution in warfare.' http://dlvr.it/Ph4Z04 #entrepreneurship #intel #tradeflo #business
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Drug Deals Gone Bad and the South Side of Chicago: How One Entrepreneur Rebounded From Rock Bottom: Listen to Brandon Carter tell the remarkable story of how he turned his life around. http://dlvr.it/Ph3CBW #entrepreneurship #intel #tradeflo #business
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3 Successful Influencers Share the Time Managements Tricks They Use to Stay Productive: Staying busy is mostly a waste of time if you don't have a plan focused on your priorities. http://dlvr.it/Ph2QRx #entrepreneurship #intel #tradeflo #business
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Estonia is looking into starting its own national cryptocurrency: Kaspar Korjus, the Managing Director of Estonia’s e-Residency program, just announced the program’s proposals to make Estonia the first country in the world to launch its own crypto tokens and Initial Coin Offering (ICO). In his blog post, Korjus illustrates how creating ‘estcoins’ could greatly benefit Estonia and its international e-residents. Launching the cryptocurrency could create an impressive digital investment fund raised through the world’s first government-supported ICO. One of the advisors that provided feedback for the proposal was Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin. He’s had a keen interest in Estonia’s digital development and believes that launching an official cryptocurrency could… This story continues at The Next Web http://dlvr.it/Ph1btH #Business #Europe #Finance #internet #technology #business #tradeflo
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CrashPlan is killing off its backup service for home users – here are your options: Code42 has announced that it’s shutting down its CrashPlan for Home data backup service on October 23, 2018. After that, you won’t be able to retrieve your files. The company says it’s shifting its strategy to “focus exclusively on enterprise and small business segments.” That’s a bummer, because CrashPlan was one of the best set-it-and-forget-it backup services out there, while also being reasonably priced at $59 a year for unlimited storage. So, what are your options now that it’s going away? For starters, you can simply migrate to CrashPlan for Small Business. You won’t be charged until your existing subscription… This story continues at The Next Web http://dlvr.it/Pgz67H #Apps #internet #technology #business #tradeflo
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Nintendo reveals an in-game rewind feature for SNES Classic: A video released today on Nintendo UK’s YouTube channel details all of the features available in Nintendo’s new SNES Classic Mini. Buried in the middle of the video is a feature that allows you to rewind your gameplay. You choose an in-game “suspend point,” aka a point you wish to rewind from (which is also a de facto save point), and go back a specific amount of time. Eurogamer reports that the time differs depending on the game you’re playing — if you’re playing a platformer, you can go back about 40 seconds, while in an RPG you can go back up… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Nintendo http://dlvr.it/PgxG8c #Gaming #internet #technology #business #tradeflo
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