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How The US Post Office + Microsoft (Or Google / Amazon) Can Save 375 Million Trees Per Year!

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Every year, the average US resident gets 41 POUNDS of junk mail! That’s nearly 15 BILLION pounds of paper that is destroyed throughout the year to send mail. This does not even include normal mail (credit card statements, govt. notices, letters from people, etc). In total, we are probably destroying 25…

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My TEDx Talk

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I had the privilege of giving a TED talk last year.  If anyone is interested in learning why Silicon Valley became what it is today and why New Jersey missed out, check this out:

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New Jersey Business Environment Ranks Low

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Jay Bhatti @ Daily Record

Jay Bhatti, a Marlboro resident, has a good vantage point. He owns a venture capital company called BrandProject and has offices at Bell Works in Holmdel, New York City, Seattle and Toronto. He has urged New Jersey to take a page from Washington, home to companies like Microsoft and Amazon, to revive its high-tech engine.

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How US Policy is Forcing 5 million Americans to Reconsider US Citizenship

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Imagine if both your parents were born citizens of Canada.  Now, imagine that they moved to the USA over 30 years ago (before you were born) and became US citizens themselves.  You are born in Texas, you have never been to Canada, and don’t have any plans to visit Canada. …

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