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Does Failure Create Success?

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Take the case of Sara Blakely, the billionaire inventor of Spanx undergarments.

Blakely credits at least part of her massive success to her dad and the lessons he taught Sara and her brother by asking regularly about their failures – even encouraging them.

Neighbors Create Own Internet Service

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***How a Group of Neighbors Created their own Internet Service***

A recently published story on Ars Technica chronicled how a group of neighbors were able to successfully create their own internet service.

Until last year, the only internet available to the 5,000-plus residents ofOrcas Island was a slow, 1.5mbps connection. The local internet service provider, CenturyLink, was unable to provide fast or reliable internet to the people on Orcas island.

Chris Sutton lives on Orcas island and was fed up with the slow, unreliable internet service he had. Sutton and a few others decided to start the Doe Bay Internet Users Association and make their own internet service.

This Guy Bought ...

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***This Guy Bought for a minute***

Ex-Googler Sanmay Ved was the lucky buyer of "," if only for a minute.

Ved told Business Insider that he was up late and searching Google Domains, Google's website-buying service, when he noticed that was available.

Scientist Find 3 Planets That Could Support Life

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Scientists find 3 Earth-sized planets that may support life

As the video shows, the planets orbit an "ultracool dwarf," a star much smaller and cooler than the sun, but still possibly warm enough to allow for liquid water on the surfaces of at least two of the planets.

The planets have a "winning combination" of being Earth-sized, potentially habitable and well-suited for atmospheric studies, making them "the first opportunities to find chemical traces of life outside our solar system," study co-author Julien de Wit told CNBC in an email.
The team published its findings Monday in the peer-reviewed journal, Nature.

Murphy Letter - Starbucks to Deliver?

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***Could it be True? Starbucks to Deliver***

Pizza joints and Chinese restaurants have been doing it forever. Flowers show up at doorsteps on holidays and birthdays, and Amazon jumped into the delivery game with its mobile grocery service. Now Starbucks is joining the ranks, delivering a morning jolt to you office chair, all with the push of a button on your smartphone.

Testing the new service in Seattle and New York City, Starbucks is unrolling the delivery option during the second half of 2015. Starbucks is requiring that people join its loyalty program and use its mobile payment app in order to use the new service.

Murphy Letter - robots coming to a bank near you

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***Robots Coming to a Bank Near You?*** Sterling Bank & Trust has "hired" two robots as greeters at the bank's new locations opening in Cupertino and Alhambra, in the Los Angeles area.

Scientists Discover an Unexpected Hangover Cure that Actually Works

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***Scientists Discover an Unexpected Natural Hangover Cure that Actually Works***

There is no shortage of alleged hangover cures, but now science is actually backing one up.

Australia’s national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), announced last month on its blog that in its research with Horticulture Innovation Australia, it made an unlikely discovery. Pears, in addition to lowering cholesterol, relieving constipation, and reducing inflammation, can also lower alcohol levels, preventing hangovers before they even start.

Murphy Letter - Hypersonic Jet - 1 Hour from New York to London

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Last month, the US Patent and Trademark Office approved an application from Airbus’s Marco Prampolini and Yohann Coraboeuf for an “ultra-rapid air vehicle and related method of aerial locomotion.”

In other words, Airbus just patented a hypersonic jet.

Airbus expects the hypersonic jet to reach speeds as high as Mach 4.5 — or four and half times the speed of sound.

Amazon approved to test delivery drone and other tidbits

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Amazon's delivery drones seemed like a fantastic dream by the company's eccentric billionaire founder when Jeff Bezos announced them on a television program a little more than a year ago. The flights have to take place during the day and the drones can't be out of sight of their operators. Operators must have a private pilot's certificate to fly the drones.

Have you ever heard of the “Putting Points on the Board Method?"

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

It is a technique to help you get going and observe what you are doing in order to accomplish and end result.

Instead of just writing down your goals and relying on your good intentions - you turn it into a process and a measurable system.

Here is the way it works … it is incredibly simple.

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