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Offense versus Defense

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Tom Brady

Earlier today two of my colleagues were engaged in a skirmish in the long-running battle of defense versus offense. In the end, they both agreed that defense is important to winning a championship. Indeed, most people accept as a truism that “defense wins championships.” Just bringing up the topic causes pundits of all stripes to regularly roll out stats and charts proving the primacy of defense.

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No. 1 Movie in America

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Hidden Figures

“Just do it. Take all the courses in your curriculum. Do the research. Ask questions. Find someone doing what you are interested in! Be curious!” — Katherine Johnson, Former NASA Mathematician and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient

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Linux Pro and the lessons of history

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Henry IV at Canossa

You may have heard the expression, "It's good to be the king," which notably appeared in, but probably did not originate from, the 1981 Mel Brooks comedy History of the World, Part I. For the most part, across many centuries, the lot of kings and other rulers has generally been quite enviable, certainly when compared to the lifestyle of the average slave, peasant, subject, citizen, or what have you. As a rule, royal prerogatives tend to be a pretty sweet deal.

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Linux Pro and Kevin Durant

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KD Throws Down

Hola, amigos! It’s been a while since I last posted. I hope all my followers out there in Dub-Nation had a very Merry Christmas and are planning a wonderful New Year. I know I am. Our Warriors are on their way to another title. Already this year we have a league-leading 31 wins, the best offense in the NBA, the best point-differential in the NBA, as well as a top-five defense.

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What's Your Certification Resolution?

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Call to Action

It’s a New Year, a time of new beginnings, and of course — New Year’s Resolutions. According to Statistic Brain, 41 percent of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions. Only nine percent of Americans believe they were actually successful at achieving their resolutions. Not the best odds.

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