The Irish American who predicted the Greek crisis – in 1972

Back in 1972 Emmett O’Connell, a Bronx-born businessman resident in Ireland, wrote a pamphlet entitled “Ireland and the EEC – The Consequences of Monetary Union.” He could just as easily have written it about Greece.

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The Myth of the Memory Effect

For years, people have warned cell phone and tablet users to deplete the charge in their batteries before recharging. The reasoning for this warning was that the batteries were susceptible to what is known as

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