Where the US gets it’s power


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The ‘Snobbiest’ Places to Live in Connecticut

Big surprise someone has put out a list suggesting CT is the snobbiest place to live. 

  RoadSnacks is back with its latest list called “These Are The 10 Snobbiest Places in Connecticut.”

“Connecticut definitely has snobs. In fact, who isn’t a snob in Connecticut?” the authors write.

After analyzing more than 100 cities, RoadSnacks says that these are the 10 snobbiest cities in the state of Connecticut:


Old Greenwich


New Canaan




Cos Cob


“This list probably wasn’t a shocker for anyone who lives anywhere but in Darien. In fact, the snobs there are probably wincing, because now we all know that they think they’re better than the rest of us,” RoadSnacks writes.

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Star Wars Mania Hits

The first long run trailer for the new Star Wars movie hit last night during MNF as well as pre sales for December theater tickets. So, of course the online system crashes with all the traffic.

Here is the new clip  http://www.starwars.com/the-force-awakens/trailers/

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U.S. 3rd Highest Corporate Tax Rate

Good article to repost. The USA has the 3rd highest corporate tax rate, any wonder why companies are moving overseas?



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Why are we still using so much energy?


Great article in today’s Wall Street Journal.

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What’s All That Data Worth?


Great article this morning in the WSJ about how do we account for all the data companies collect. The best line is from Laura Martin ““Data is worth­less if you don’t know how to use it to make money,” said Laura Mar­tin, an an­a­lyst with Need­ham & Co. In­for­ma­tion on in­di-vid­ual users loses value over time as they move or their tastes change, she added. That makes data a per­ish­able com­mod­ity and more dif­fi­cult to value at any given mo­ment.”

Here is the link to the full article

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