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bish s
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Interested in Tech, Google, Photography, Travel, Project Management - check out the links on my profile!
Interested in Tech, Google, Photography, Travel, Project Management - check out the links on my profile!

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Google, it seems my account is tracking another device that is NOT MINE. It periodically asks me about places that I have never been to (like the one in the screen shot below). What's going on?
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Generalist vs. Specialist
I read a great article in HBR today in which the authors, Wanda T. Wallace and David Creelman, discuss what to do if your leadership role demands dealing with team members who are much greater experts in their domains than you could hope (or have time) to b...

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Generalist vs. Specialist
I read a great article in HBR today in which the authors, Wanda T. Wallace and David Creelman, discuss what to do if your leadership role demands dealing with team members who are much greater experts in their domains than you could hope (or have time) to b...

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George Bush park is full of water from the recent reasons. Driving through on Westheimer Parkway today.

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I can't believe that at the Legally Blonde musical... and that I'm actually enjoying it! :)
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Got my OnePlus Power Bank yesterday
It looks really sleek. The sheen on it in the pic is because I haven't yet taken it out of its plastic wrap - I'm just scared that I'd scratch its beautiful finish. And speaking of finish, the silky white finish is reeeeeeeally smooth and, well, silky. I love the feel. Just need to test it out now to see if the 10000mAh claim is true. 
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new addition from my instagram feed.
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Confidence Interval (Noob here, so please bear with me!)
So I have this question:
A client wants me to find a budgetary estimate for a project in such a way that the final cost of the finished project will fall between -15% and +25% of that initial budgetary estimate. There are about 52 different components of the project and I can estimate the budget for each component within a certain range. (for example, I can say that item 1 will cost between $1000 and $1150, Item 2 between $1500 and $1800, and so on.) How do I do this?
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