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Ian Campbell
Works at Real World Technology
Attended Pensacola Christian College
Lived in Johannesburg
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432 sounds much more natural and friendlier than 440. However, your description of the difference between the twois technically inaccurate. Both achieve all 12 notes in a musical scale. The 432 is just at harmony with the body,while the 440 is not.
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The evolution of #Google  #search.
 
 Google is celebrating their 15th birthday! They've come a LONG way.

Check out all the awesome new stuff coming to Google Search: http://phandroid.com/2013/09/26/google-celebrates-15-years-of-search-shows-off-new-features-and-1998-easter-egg/

#googlesearch #google #skynet  
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Not much else truly matters for almost all revolves on this point.
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What I Learned from Einstein's Fish Riddle & Meir Ezra

To be successful, one does not require exotic knowledge. Intelligence does not automatically mean having special skills or computational advantage.
 
To be intelligent and successful means that one has found out, studied, mastered, and applied basics. Basics are fundamentals, not exotic concepts.
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Happiness in life comes not so much from the game you're playing, but rather from whether or not you're winning at it.
 
You may play what could be considered a lowly game, such as being a thief, but be really good at it. You will be happy because of your success.
 
Or you could play a high game such as being a humanitarian, but fail at it. You will be unhappy with your failure.
 
Happiness comes primarily from winning at the game you've chosen.
 
The value and quality of the game you're playing is secondary, but does factor. Is a successful thief happy? Maybe, but not if he's a social personality.
 
Therefore, if you are a social personality, the game you're playing needs to have moral value in order for you to be happy.
 
So pick a game that has value (aka moral worth), and get really good at it. Then you will win and be happy.
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Technology Architect, Business Systems Developer
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  • Real World Technology
    Founder, 2009 - present
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Johannesburg - Pensacola - Taichung - Idaho Falls - Murfreesboro - Grand Rapids, Maine - Cedar Rapids
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An artistic engineer & humanitarian at heart. As a technology architect, I create solutions which take the confusions out of things. I love to help people.
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Conjuring order out of chaos, culture connoisseur, coffee addict
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  • Pensacola Christian College
    BA, 1994
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