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Date registered: March 23, 2013

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  1. from around the WORLD and BEYOND — March 10, 2015
  2. Arrgh Pirates! New Territory For Radio Expansion in 2013 — August 27, 2013
  3. Inspiration For Change — June 17, 2013
  4. 2013 Early Education Funding — May 1, 2013
  5. Invisible Hand Vs. Mother Nature — March 25, 2013

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Mar 10

from around the WORLD and BEYOND

Aug 27

Arrgh Pirates! New Territory For Radio Expansion in 2013

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Arrgh Pirates! New Territory For Radio Expansion in 2013 by Brian D Smiley August 20, 2013 Internet radio has opened the doors for countless new formats, programming and content heard by niche markets. Radio listening continues to grow rapidly online with broad listenership of services like Pandora and the “narrowcasting” of services like blogtalkradio.com . Traditional terrestrial …

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Jun 17

Inspiration For Change

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Pick a card, any card. Step right up and save the humans! There’s plenty to be done and no time to be bored. Harness the collective synergy of your community today! Get money out of politics, moratorium on GMO foods, decriminalize drugs, forgive student debt, repeal the death penalty, less privatization and commercialization, end the …

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May 01

2013 Early Education Funding

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2013 Early Education Funding Brian D Smiley April 29th, 2013 InfluxProduction.com The new model being attempted for the last twelve years for P-12 education in United States schools is a reform movement that ties in teacher and school performance with student test scores. This is characterized by the “No Child Left Behind” policy of the …

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Mar 25

Invisible Hand Vs. Mother Nature

Alternatives to resource intensive fossil fuels are necessary for humankind’s survival, yet market capitalism takes big risks in the face of climate changes and forces of nature. By Brian D. Smiley Jan 18, 2013 . In 2008, the global sustainable energy investment reached $155 billion and surpassed the investment in fossil fuels for the first …

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