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President Obama‘s management fashion is definitely a fresh starting for further realignment of the United States when it comes to political, economic and social facets. President Obama‘s frankness can be one other key that units him other than countless different politicians. After residing in the U.S for the first half of Obama’s campaign, then coming […]

What Your Customers Really Think About Your App Store?

In September 2008, a controversial and provocative publication emerged on the web referred to as The Antichrist Identity Report, a a hundred and fifty Page, three part sequence which tackles all of these key questions head on. So what half do businesses have in taking advantage of these new applied sciences so that they’re a […]

This Day in History – January 28

January 28 28 – The Roman Emperor Nerva names army general, Trajan, as his successor 814 – Frankish King Charlemagne dies 1521 – Emperor Charles V opens the Diet of Worms in Worms, Germany, which will produce the “Edict of Worms” denouncing Martin Luther 1547 – Henry VIII of England dies and is succeeded by […]

This Day in History – January 21

January 21 1189 – Philip Augustus, Henry II of England and Frederick Barbarossa prepare the troops for the Third Crusade 1525 – A thousand-year tradition of church-state union is broken and the Swiss Anabaptist Movement is born when over a dozen people baptize each other in the family home of Felix Manz in Zurich 1648 […]

This Day in History – January 20

January 20 1265 – The first Parliament of England summoned other than by royal command, meets in Westminster Hall 1327 – Edward II of England is deposed by Edward III, his eldest son 1616 – The French explorer Samuel de Champlain arrives to winter in a Huron Indian village after being injured in a battle […]

This Day in History – January 15

January 15 588 BC – Nebuchadrezzar II of Babylon lays siege on Jerusalem 1535 – Henry VIII declares himself head of the Church of England 1559 – Queen Mary I of England, Elizabeth Tudor, is formally crowned Queen Elizabeth I at Westminster Abbey in London 1622 – French comic dramatist Moliere (Jean Baptiste Poquelin) is […]

This Day in History – January 14

January 14 1236 – Henry III marries Eleanor of Provence 1526 – Francis of France and Charles V sign the Treaty of Madrid, forcing Francis to give up the majority of his claims in France and Italy 1559 – Elizabeth I, “The Virgin Queen,” is crowned Queen of England 1639 – The first constitution in […]

This Day in History – January 8

January 8 794 – The Vikings attack Lindisfarne Island 1587 – Astronomer Johannes Fabricius is born 1642 – Astronomer Galileo Galilei dies 1681 – The Treaty of Radzin ends a war between the Turks and allies Russia and Poland 1745 – Austria, England, Netherlands, and Saxony form an alliance against Russia 1786 – Head of […]