Online Education

by Brian J Barolo

Online Education

Online Education has come a long way since the early days of computers and the internet. Yes manuals were always available as companies are able to actually get someone to type all of the codes in. Not being knowledgeable of all the technicalities it takes to make such an enormous amount of information transferred onto or into computers, I do understand that every single letter or nunber or character or symbol (keystroke) has to be assigned a code. Just imagin how much work that used to be!

Today as much as our world has transformed and grown in the – now called “Information Industry” (1st time this phrase has ever been used by me), a manual can be uploaded and downloaded in such short stretches of time...

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Stationary Exercise Bike: A Perfect Pick For Complete Fitness

Stationary Exercise Bike: A Perfect Pick For Complete Fitness

People are developing the passion for fitness these days. They try different exercises and some even try fad diets to achieve their goal. However, they usually fail to notice the exercise bike which is more useful than any other exercise equipment for overall fitness. Though stationary exercise bikes are being used for many years now, yet they have not become outdated or ineffective. They are up to date and as efficient as any other modern exercise equipment. These bikes are the most reasonably priced cardio vascular exercise gears.

The benefits of stationary bikes are as same as the regular bicycle...

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Raynaud’s and Me

by Brian J Barolo

Raynaud’s and Me

On the subject of Raynaud’s and Me there is a very uncomfortable disease or syndrome or phenomenon that has a complete hold on my body.I do remember a bit with my mother always complaining about how cold her hands got and her fingers getting numb from the cold. I am not sure if this disease is handed down through genes  or not, but at 57 years old Raynaud’s has it out for me. For years now I have had much difficulty with cold temperatures and my extremities; nose, ear lobes, fingers (not just the tips), toes and feet and even knee caps in extreme cold weather. Start to alleviate symptoms with good gloves.

When the cold weather starts to appear Raynaud’s starts to kick in as soon as my body recognizes cold...

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