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Blockchain. If you're like me a year ago, the mere mention might make you go "huh?" You keep hearing the word and it isn't going away. You admit defeat of your lack of knowledge and find yourself Googling
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Every great TED talk begins with a good outline. If you want your presentation to leave a TED worthy impression, you'll need to start planning long before the day of the speech: how can you make your memorable?
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