Posts Tagged“education”

If you, or someone you know, is experiencing health problems that you believe may be related to the nervous system, it’s time to seek out the help of a neurologist. Neurologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the brain and nervous system. If you’re looking for one in your area, keep reading! In this blog post, we will provide tips from experts like Dr. Sameer Suhail on how to find a neurologist, as well as what they do and what services they offer. 1. What is a neurologist and what do they do? A neurologist…

Today, it isn’t just safety measures and procedures that seem to have a bearing on every area of modern life, but compliance with official safety regulation too. To differing extents, any situation where the public gathers need to comply with some form of safety regulation. Only the private home is perhaps exempt – but even here there is a well-developed system of guidelines pertaining to things like fire and structural safety which are usually deferred to. The fundamental distinction, however, between a private home and, say, a place of work is that, while private individuals can take personal responsibility for…

Title have you confused with the beloved Sesame Street character? Well unfortunately, this article is not about the tasty snack, but now that we have you, you might as well keep on reading. Towards the end of 20221, Google made and announcement that had been in the works for quite some time: their Chrome browser will no longer support third part cookies. As a consumer and site visitor, this news will not really affect you. But for the businesses and marketers out there, this is quite the game changer. What are Website Cookies? Before we go into why third part…

Going into the tech industry is a decision that should not be taken lightly. But, unfortunately, tech jobs are in high demand, and once you’re in, it can be hard to get out. Fortunately for students at Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU), they have an invaluable resource right on their very own campus: The Center of Professional Excellence (CPE) in Technology. Lance Gleason, a business technology management student at Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU), is one of the many students who has taken advantage of this resource. “The Career Center helped me with everything to get my career jumpstarted,” he said. For…

Do you have a famous neighbor? I ask this because I recently moved from Santa Maria to San Luis Opispo and I discovered that my next door neighbor is none other than the great Jim Byrne KCOY weatherman, ex-KCOY weatherman I should say. Jim is actually a real hoot and I enjoy his company a lot. What many don’t understand about Jim and his colleagues is that they are not presenters who talk about the weather, they are fully trained meteorologists who present the weather to you. Last week Jim and I went out for a few cold ones and…

Technology has changed traditional work arrangements, giving rise to telecommuting. Once considered a trend for the millennial workforce, telecommuting has now become an accepted approach to how and where people work. In the legal industry, telecommuting has opened the opportunity for paralegal assistants to increase their network and gain better employment options. Virtual paralegal assistants support attorneys and law firms in the delivery of legal services. But instead of doing these tasks in an office, virtual paralegals work in a remote location or in their homes. There are also virtual paralegal assistants who split their schedule between working on a…

Beach erosion is one of the greatest threats to wildlife, properties and infrastructure along our coastlines. Thanks to a combination of storms, flooding, strong wave action, rising sea levels and human activity our precious beaches are wearing away faster than ever before. So, what exactly are the effects of these weathering forces and how can we prevent them from damaging our coastlines even more? Another question to be answered is what is beach erosion control? And how successful can it be at tackling this threat to some of our most beautiful landscapes? What causes beach erosion? Beaches across the globe rely…

Making a movie is no easy task. Making a movie when no one knows your name is an even taller order. Budding indie filmmakers find hope, of course, in up-from-nothing success stories from years gone by. History is littered with examples of nobodies who became somebodies on the strength of a single out-of-the-park hit. That’s not the norm, to be sure. Perhaps a more realistic goal is merely getting that first foot in the door. From there, all things (might) be possible. Not sure how or where to start? Here’s what you can do, in roughly sequential order. Find a…

Whenever I have a chance to get back to Miami I love nothing more than catching up with my good friend Patrick Dwyer financial advisor and someone who I have known for over 40 years. Last week we were sat in a bar in Miami and given that we are both now parents the conversation shifted to education. We both agreed that the education system as it is does not prepare our kids properly for real life and in Patrick’s view, more must be taught in schools about finance. Of course as a financial advisor Patrick sees first hand just…

During my time in university in Hartford, New Haven, CT I was blessed to have a very good friend with whom I debated a huge number of issues. Myself and Andrew Curran were both members of the debate team and whether it was a mock lawsuit or a team effort against the professor, we always tried our very best too win the debate. I was talking with my friend via email last week and we both agreed that debating is something which is so important to people in education, and how sad it is that this is dying out. I…