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I not only think we're in the first half of the chessboard, but we are only in the first couple of squares (re: Moore's Law).
Whoa..OK. So this version plays about 10% slower than other versions I've heard, but this slower one feels so much more powerful. I always knew what J.Cole was about, just happy he's brave enough to let it out -- right or wrong. This one performance could really be a "moment" in hip-hop. I hope this message doesn't get lost in the (media's) noise.
Nice review. New startups are using the phone number to be able to tap into Contacts in your phone. After all, most apps are more useful once your friends are using it too. The phone number gives the app quick access to the people that you already have an interest in and speeds up the on-boarding process. Keep up the vids, I'm following!
Damon Dash and Andre Berto are not agreeing because the nature of Business and the nature of Sports is completely different. In Business anyone can play; it's a game of learning from your many small failures and becoming better and better at that business (Dash's view). A success or failure is not realized until you quit. Boxing is completely different. In Boxing you only have a limited number of exhibitions (especially as an amateur) to prove your worth -- so failure is never an option (Berto's view). A success or failure here can happen very quickly.
Good luck with the show. Looking forward to more episodes.
The receiver should maintain possession through the fall, BUT the ground should not be able to be the cause of an incompletion. On this play he has possession of the ball inside the field of play and should have been ruled down when his left knee touched the ground. The rule that the receiver must maintain possession through the fall should apply if the receiver is catching the ball and immediately falls to the ground (without his feet touching first). I'm not a Cowboys fan, but let's be real here, I feel he clearly caught the ball and should have had the ball on the 1 where his knee touched the ground.
Apparently the last Wu-Tang album was offered/sold for $5 million to one person, but this is not a scalable sales model -- it can only be done with a artist that already has a following. The same with Beyonce's last album being released on iTunes without marketing. Otherwise, the Record/Recording business is done. Recording albums are for promo to drive live events, merchandise, and singles to drive downloads.
Currently focusing on building an exciting new web app...stay tuned.
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