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The Large Helical Device (LHD) project involves construction of the world’s largest superconducting helical device, which employs a heliotron magnetic field originally developed in Japan. The objectives are to conduct fusion-plasma confinement research in a steady-state machine and to elucidate important research issues in physics and engineering for helical plasma reactors.


Why Community Is Essential to Business | Social Media Examiner


In this video I interview Liz Strauss, founder and business strategist at SOBCon.


Liz shares why businesses need a community to exist today and what you need to know to successfully build one to develop your business.

Be sure to check out the takeaways below after you watch the video.

Here are some of the things you’ll learn in this video:

  • Why a business needs to build a community to exist today
  • How to get your community members to bring their friends
  • Tips to embrace community and empower others
  • Why it’s important to notice things 
  • The difference between high-level execution and strategy
  • How to position yourself for the right opportunities for your business
  • How to find your value proposition
  • Notice the decisions you make and how they motivate people
  • Who should come to SOBCon



Brothertiger - Ask (The Smiths cover)

Chillwave meets new wave here on Ohio’s cushy synth maestro John Jagos’ new single. Purists may feel that a redux like this takes the venom out of the original, but it’s impossible to ignore the fact that Morrissey ‘n Marr wrote close-to-perfect melodies before putting in the bite. Feel like I’m constantly reblogging Smiths covers, but hey - the finest source material will almost always produce the most exquisite products. 

Previously: “Lovers

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yvynyl: Last night, I downloaded TEN albums in a row


from my backlog of TEN unique labels’ complimentary vinyl download code cards sites. Granted, one of the huge reasons I buy vinyl so readily these days is because of said cards, or rather what they get me. Why buy 1’s and 0’s of something for $10 when you can buy it for $15 and get the actual…