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Brad Acker
Revere, MA
40+ years experience consummating win-win business deals
Interests: human brain, interpersonal neurobiology, nanotechnology, exponentially accelerating page of technology and its impending dramatic impact on civilization
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The death of a pet can be equally as devastating as the death of a close relative or loved one. Cats are so precious. And each cat has its own personality, even though they have a lot in common with each other -- so much in common that we always know we are going to enjoy our relationship with a new cat, whoever he or she may be. Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2010 at Brad Acker's Blog on TypePad
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Forget making money on blogs, blog to relieve stress and improve your health to live long enough for the arrival of nanobotic therapy and eternal life. Stress is the number one killer; and too many people use alcohol to relieve stress. Blogging is a much more healthy way to go. Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2010 at Brad Acker's Blog on TypePad
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Public Relations is a dead concept; long live Individual Relations! Individual Relations are the key to enterprise growth in the new competitive networked world of deep knowledge. No one today wants to be considered a big boob in a big blob, the way it used to be. Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2010 at Brad Acker's Blog on TypePad
Next » « Prev Not Tweeting but Reading Tweets of Your Selected Interests Publish Date: 02/12/2010 The original idea behind Twitter was induced by fear. Odea, Twitter's original parent, got scared when it realized that Apple was about to invade its podcasting market. A day-long brainstorming session to "reboot" the... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2010 at Brad Acker's Blog on TypePad
Some 60% of grandparents (>65) according to Pew Research are still not participating in social media. Dr. Dan Siegel reports that neurons fire and new neuronal pathways are formed when we engage in relationships; connecting on the Internet exercises the brain and is good for grandparents. So show them how... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2010 at Brad Acker's Blog on TypePad
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