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Eagle Fact Thursday

The literature indicates that the bald eagle wingspan ranges between 5.11″ feet and 7.7″ feet. The lower end indicates the smallest males, while the upper end refers to the largest females in the range. However, most males have a wingspan of 6.4″ while most females have a wingspan of 7.2″ feet. Source: https://avianreport.com/bald-eagle-wingspan-versus-birds-prey/

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Every Company Is A Data Company

Devon Garbus – National Account Manager Are you in retail? Payments, warehouse inventory, shipping, all data. Medical industry? Pharmacy inventory, patient records, payments, scheduling. Need I really continue? Shipping industry- Tracking, warehousing, inventory, scheduling all revolves around data, and the technology to move that data. More and more, businesses in every vertical are learning that […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagles stay hitched until death do they part, often returning year after year to the same nest. While there, the pair continuously adds to the structure, so that after many seasons it assumes gargantuan proportions and stands as a symbol of their fidelity. In Vermilion, Ohio, one behemoth, used for more than three decades, […]

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VACATION IS FOR SUPER HEROES

About 5 years ago I sat front row in his class on the first day. One of his top instructions and exercises was to prepare a list of items that you can FIRE yourself from, so that your company doesn’t need you to do everything from sweeping the floors to customer delivery of services and […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

The bald eagle is actually a sea eagle (Haliaeetus species) that commonly occurs inland along rivers and large lakes. The adult male is about 90 cm (36 inches) long and has a wingspan of 2 metres (6.6 feet). Females, which grow somewhat larger than males, may reach 108 cm (43 inches) in length and have a wingspan of […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act The bald eagle is protected by the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act even though it has been delisted under the Endangered Species Act. This law, originally passed in 1940, provides for the protection of the bald eagle and the golden eagle (as amended in 1962) by prohibiting the […]

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When Supply Chains Go Wrong

From grocery stores to auto dealerships, to consumer electronic stores, to builder’s supplies, shortages are becoming common place across the market. As these shortages drag on and spread to more and more market sectors, we find ourselves asking what is causing this breakdown in our global supply chains? Unfortunately, it’s not just one or even […]

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Easy Answer To How Not To Accidentally Destroy Your Environment

Facebook and all its entities had a moment of angst this week. Their network went down when they updated configurations in their internal network, which led to Facebook’s network no longer broadcasting to the wider internet how to find their systems. In fact, their systems sent out updates to the rest of the internet telling […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

An Eagle’s eyesight is nearly 5 times better than humans. If the human has been working on writing computer code for 8 hours, it is probably 100 times better. An Eagle can see 3 kilometers away, but can the eagle see the code through two sets of VPNs?

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