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Tohisba Satellite S55t B5233 as a Video Editing Machine

The following post provides a high-level view of the Toshiba S55t B5233 lap-top and its performance as a video editing laptop. The intent isn’t to provide a comprehensive review, but to give a snapshot of a couple of days of use for primarily editing videos using Sony Vegas 13 with various 3rd-party plug-ins. This combination […]

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Lenovo Y50 – Almost, but No Cigar

The following are my notes from trying the Lenovo Y50, Intel Core i7-4700HQ, 15.6″ 4K Resolution Display, Notebook With 16GB Memory, 256GB SSD, Windows 8.1. The intent of this  post is to help others who may be thinking of purchasing this unit. Sadly, after investing several hours into trying to make this work, primarily as […]

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Cybersecurity Review

Living His Destiny – Uncaged Book Review

Paul McKellips is living his destiny to help defend his country. Like the asymmetric enemies we face, Paul’s weapons are unconventional and leverage his strength in telling a story. Knowing Paul, his motivation for what he is doing is love; love of his fellow-man, love of his family and love of his country. Having run […]

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50/50 Isn’t Enough – The Key to Successful Relationships – A Book Review

Try as he might, Jimmy Stewart’s character in the classic Christmas film, It’s a Wonderful Life, cannot escape his hometown for the carefree adventures of his youthful dreams. Instead, he always puts others’ needs before his own. Just before it is too late, he realizes that those contributions to others had been his purpose. I […]

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An Academic Book with a Populist Title – Useful for Anyone Interested in Pricing or Its Effects

The book Why Popcorn Costs So Much at the Movies is an academic book wrapped in a populist title. It provides insight into a variety of pricing mysteries, such as the price of popcorn at the movies, why so many prices end with “9” and the economics of rebates. Although what Richard McKenzie, Professor of […]