Creating Your Personal Legend (2 min read)

This article really makes you think about life and what your pursue. It’s one of those articles that make you stop and go “Hmmm” It’s also refreshing it regards to letting you know that your dreams and goals are really within your reach. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Millionaire's Digest

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson

Founder & Owner of: Simplistic Success

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer

Recently, I read a book titled The Alchemist written by Paul Coelho. This was probably one of my favorite novels I have read and had a deep impact on my life.

The book is about a young man named Santiago who left life in his simple town to become a shepherd because he loved to travel. He thought this was his destiny; however, as the story goes on he finds out otherwise.

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On Ben Affleck and Slavery

I would like to share an article with you which I really enjoyed.

Matthew Barlow

A few years back, I was contacted by the producers of Who Do You Think You Are?, a popular TV genealogy show, to help them with an episode.  The show was predicated on tracing the ancestry of celebrities, attempting to capitalize on the boon in genealogy amongst the masses, and was based on a popular British version.  For an upcoming episode, they were working with Rosie O’Donnell, whose Irish ancestors had passed through Montreal, living for a time in a long-defunct neighbourhood in the city’s east end.

So I met with people from the show when they came to Montreal, spent the good chunk of a day with them, showing them what mid-nineteenth century architecture in the city looked like, using Pointe-Saint-Charles in the stead of this defunct neighbourhood, which was destroyed by the expansion of rue Notre-Dame in the 70s.  Not surprisingly, the majority of the Montreal part was excised…

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New Technology for Wearable Electronics

  Wearable computers and devices are being hailed as the next generation of mobile electronics, from smart watches to smart glasses to smart pacemakers. However, for these devices to be worn by the user, they need to be light, flexible and equipped with a power source.   Their power source could be a long-lasting battery … Continue reading New Technology for Wearable Electronics

Transparent Solar Cells Look Promising for Batteries

  An emerging class of electrically conductive plastics, called Radical Polymers, are introducing low-cost, transparent solar cells, flexible, lightweight batteries and ultra thin anti-static coatings to consumers electronics and aircraft.   Researchers have established the solid-state electrical properties of one such polymer, called PTMA, which is about 10 times more electrically conductive than common semiconducting … Continue reading Transparent Solar Cells Look Promising for Batteries

Happy Thanksgiving to all my Friends

  I would like to step away from my traditional blog post to do something a little different. I would like to let all of you know just how important you are to  me. What better time to do this than Thanksgiving Day. Yes, it's true I am a professional freelance writer, which means I get … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving to all my Friends

Top 10 Best Selling Android Apps in the Amazon App Store for 2016

  With summer officially over and fall just beginning, 2016 is quickly coming to an end. So, needless to say, it’s that time of year again. A time for deep thought and preparation. A time we’ve all been anticipating since the end of last year. Yes it’s time to roll out the list of the … Continue reading Top 10 Best Selling Android Apps in the Amazon App Store for 2016

Potato Chips & Giant Pumpkins: The Secrets of Horror Film Effects Revealed…

In my personal opinion, one of the true hallmarks of a good horror film is great utilization and creation of sound. I’m not just talking about sound quality, I’m talking about tone, pitch, practical sound effects and even the complete absence of sound when it’s necessary. I feel like the element of sound than often […] … Continue reading Potato Chips & Giant Pumpkins: The Secrets of Horror Film Effects Revealed…