7 Hacks for Building

Hiring it tougher than ever right now – the U.S. government reports that there are more unfilled job openings than ever before. If you’re trying to hire for positions in a startup, it’s about 10x harder. The tech boom has made these jobs more in demand than ever. The problem, of course, is that if you’re a startup you’re probably competing against big, established companies that can offer more in the way of benefits, salary and stability.
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South Carolina Body Cameras

The world is your oyster. By which I mean it’s under intense surveillance at all times even though that’s a giant waste of energy, money, and humanity.According to the Associated Press, a portion of South of Carolina’s newly flush body camera budget will be distributed to officers who monitor oyster health and shellfish harvesting.
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San Andreas Catastrophe

A recent study found that California’s San Andreas Fault could actually rupture along its entire 800-mile length. It was previously believed that “The Big One” could only occur in confined segments, and this new information is now being used by insurers to make some unnerving predictions. For years, the scientific consensus was that a statewide earthquake couldn’t occur in California.
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Humans Probably Caused Historic Earthquakes

Human-induced earthquakes are on the rise in the United States and Canada, likely as a result of oil and gas industry practices. New research suggests this isn’t a new phenomenon, and that several quakes felt in Los Angeles during the early 20th century were likely caused by human activity.Damaged caused by the 1933 Long Beach earthquake.The Los Angeles Basin is known for its frequent earthquakes,
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