Daily Archives: April 27, 2020

Some Various Army Units Birthdays April 27, 2020

Here’s the link  https://history.army.mil/faq/branches.htm. This was inspired by my re-blog There’s More Than One Way to Shoot in a War — Pacific Paratrooper.  In the first link, June 21, 1860 is the birthday given for the Signal Corps https://history.army.mil/faq/SigCpsGO.htm. Original post  … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Boy With Green Hair (dir by Joseph Losey) — Through the Shattered Lens

Who is Peter Fry (played by a 12 year-old Dean Stockwell), the young boy at the center of the 1948 film, The Boy With Green Hair? When we first meet him, Peter is a nearly mute child who has had … Continue reading

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FamilyTree DNA and LivingDNA Order Update April 27, 2020

About 45 minutes ago, I checked my three orders from Upgrading to Big Y-700 and Factoid Tests at FamilyTree DNA April 24, 2020, I noticed all have been batched. No estimates on expected completion dates yet, but I will check back on … Continue reading

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5 Hardest Languages for English Speakers to Learn — From The Darkness Into The Light

With the proliferation of apps such as Google Translate and Triplingo, it’s easier than ever to travel to new places without learning the local language first. Even so, learning a foreign language is worth the extra trouble since it allows … Continue reading

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SHAD WHITE — Using big data and AI to find fraud — Mississippi Business Journal – Mississippi Mondays April 27, 2020

The Office of the State Auditor is using new technology to look at more government transactions for fraud than ever before. The techniques we are using today were not available ten or, in some cases, even five years ago. Criminals … Continue reading

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How to get the best out of your team in ideation sessions — Jill Strausbaugh

Creativity is one of the essential ingredients of good content – it helps businesses cut through the noise and establish a strong brand image, while securing interest across various media channels. Although essential for delivering innovative content, encouraging creativity in … Continue reading

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Working on Updates to Recent Posts April 27, 2020

I am working on several updates to recent posts. In the first case, I received a Facebook Message from a company and responded back over 3 hours ago. I have yet to hear back as of a few minutes ago. … Continue reading

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There’s More Than One Way to Shoot in a War — Pacific Paratrooper

Shooting with cameras rather than guns. Signal Corps photographers were the “eyes” of the military. Whether taking motion pictures or still photographs, often in the thick of the action, military photographers captured and produced scores of images for the purpose … Continue reading

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Cheapest Cities to Buy a Home. – YouTube Video World According To Briggs

Saw this on YouTube – Cheapest Cities to Buy a Home. – YouTube Video World According To Briggs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7M2KAV-f6l0 (about 11:06 minutes long).

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WordPress Discover Prompts April 2020 Day #27 Team

Today’s discover prompt is Team. From my earlier post – Join Our Discover Daily Prompts in April! — The Daily Post  which has more details on the discover prompts. A search showed today’s prompt is Team.  Here’s the direct link: Team. … Continue reading

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