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Jorge Alvarez
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Hiring people is not an easy process. Hiring remote workers makes things even harder. For many companies “Seeing is believing” and they find disturbing the fact that some of their workers will never set foot in the office. #management #remoteEmployees #digitalNomads

http://www.alvareznavarro.es/blog/2016/4/how-to-manage-remote-workers-learning-from-theexperts

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I've been listening to a lot of prog rock this year.

These are the best 3 bands of prog rock I've discovered in 2016. They are simply amazing. I can't believe I didn't notice them until now. You need to check them out., you'll not regret it.

Toundra - https://toundra.bandcamp.com/

Jardín de la croix - http://www.jardindelacroix.com/

Maybe she will - http://www.maybeshewill.net/

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We'd got to wait until the end of 2016 to listen to one of the best albums of the year: Battles from In Flames https://itun.es/es/hPR7eb

Each and every song in this album is really good. Arrangements, production... superb.

I was afraid the were unable to raise the bar after the amazing Siren Charms but they've proved me wrong and I'm really glad they did.

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One of the biggest discoveries of 2016 for me is the band Dreamtale http://www.dreamtale.org/

Amazing power-metal. You should give them a try.

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Seagull to Sirius
This broad, beautiful mosaic spans almost 20 degrees across planet Earth's sky. The nebula-rich region lies near the edge of the Orion-Eridanus supperbubble, filled with looping, expanding shells of gas and dust embedded in molecular clouds near the plane of the Milky Way Galaxy. Recognizable at the left is the expansive Seagull Nebula, composed of emission nebula NGC 2327, seen as the seagull's head, with the more diffuse IC 2177 as the wings and body.

Some 3,800 light-years away, the wings of the Seagull Nebula spread about 240 light-years, still within our local spiral arm. The bluish light of Sirius, alpha star of Canis Major and brightest star in the night, easily dominates the scene at right but shines from a distance of only 8.6 light-years. Study the big picture and you should also be rewarded with star cluster Messier 41, also known as NGC 2287, not to mention the mighty Thor's Helmet.  

Image & info via APOD
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html
Image Credit & Copyright: Rogelio Bernal Andreo (Deep Sky Colors)

#nasa   #space   #sirius   #science   #universe  
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Watch live now as @blueorigin tests the #NewShepard In-flight Escape system. Break a leg (or a booster) Blue! http://bit.ly/2drPgv8
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