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Southern California and the West Coast are known for being throw away societies. Unfortunately, people simply don’t seem to think about the environmental impact of constantly throwing things away. Over the years, landfill sites have started to grow exponentially and research has shown a huge proportion of that is construction debris. Thankfully, there are also companies like West Coast Better Homes that are committed to changing this. They have aligned themselves with a range of recycling programs, one of which is the roof recycling program that all homes can take

Once upon a time, it was nearly impossible to check people’s background. It would take many weeks and the completion of mountains of paperwork. Today, however, we live in the age of information and all of this has changed. It is now possible to check someone’s background by doing something as simple as entering their name on Google! Naturally, doing that will only reveal very limited information, but there are services out there that can delve a lot deeper as well. This is now so popular, perhaps feeding our human

As a business owner, you’re probably familiar with the term “big data.” No, it’s not data written/printed on huge paper or fliers, but rather it is the large volume of data (from unstructured and structured resources) inundating a business day in and day out. The amount of big data your organization receives isn’t nearly as important as how you are utilizing the big data to improve your business standing. Steven Scott Bayesian believes relying on big data, businesses can analyze insights allowing them to make better and more streamlined decisions, in

Whether it is commercial, retail or even domestic properties, it would be fair to say that Florida is experiencing something of a boom. The likes of Sarasota, Tampa Bay and more are all playing a part in this rise, with project after project reaping the rewards that the state has to offer. This is something that is certainly being felt by residents. Shaun Benderson, a lifelong resident who is now a journalist covering the local sporting news, has lived through it all. We spoke to him this week about the

Stephen Hawking, world renowned British physicist, died today at the age of 76. While it’s sad to see him go, his death should be taken with as much positivity as possible, considering the man lived roughly 50 years longer than he was given at the age of 21 when he was diagnosed with neurone disease. During his life he reveal the universe’s darkest secrets and became a medical miracle at the same time. According to the ALS Association the average lifespan of people diagnosed with the condition is between two

It’s almost that time of the year again. Easter is right around the corner. That means it’s time for Easter eggs, chocolate, and having fun with your kids. Speaking of which, you might be wondering about what you can do this year to make your children’s Easter extra special. This is a perfect time to make memories with your kids that they’ll cherish for the rest of their lives. So, let’s take a look at some fun activities that the entire family can enjoy this Easter. Scavenger Hunt: This is

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