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url 2019-10-10 07:40
A2Z Migrations for PST to Office 365

A2Z Migrations for PST to Office 365 is a direct solution for uploading Outlook PST to o365 Exchange Online. The application allows the preview of the PST from here you can import all or selected items & folders, contacts, calendars of the PST to o365 Cloud Platform in a few steps. It also helps to migrate the Outlook PST to Office 365 Primary or In-Place Archive mailbox.

The user can upload bulk PST files to multiple Office 365 accounts at a time or parallelly using this PST to Office 365 Migration Tool at a very starting price of $10.14 per mailbox.

Source: www.a2zmigrations.com/pst-to-office365
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url 2016-08-27 04:26
Once Again, Oliver Sacks
On the Move: A Life - Oliver Sacks

A remembrance of Oliver Sacks, by his longtime companion.

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url 2015-12-30 04:24
The Best Science Books of 2015
On the Move: A Life - Oliver Sacks
The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World - Andrea Wulf
Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs: The Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe - Lisa Randall
The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer - Sydney Padua
The Blue Whale - Jenni Desmond
The Physicist and the Philosopher: Einstein, Bergson, and the Debate That Changed Our Understanding of Time by Jimena Canales (26-May-2015) Hardcover - Jimena Canales
What to Think About Machines That Think: Today's Leading Thinkers on the Age of Machine Intelligence by John Brockman (2015-10-06) - John Brockman;
Thunder & Lightning: Weather Past, Present, Future - Lauren Redniss

The best of science books in 2015.


1. On the move by Oliver Sacks. 


Missed him so much. My favorite writer on matter of the brain because it is so accessible. 



2. The invention of Nature by Andrea Wulf. 


Haven't come across this one and it sounds interesting. 


3. Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs by Lisa Randall 


Sound cool. 


4. The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage by Sydney Pauda 


Cool graphics. 




5. The Blue Whale by Jenni Desmond 


Another blue book. Nice. 



6. The Physicist & the Philosopher by Jimena Canales


Another good one. 





7. What to think about machines that think by John Brockman 



Another good annual book on the latest trend of science topic. 


Bonus. Thunders and Lightning by Lauren Redniss. 


Picture book. 


I have not read any of them, but would read Oliver Sacks and John Brockman ones next year. 

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url 2015-02-13 21:12
At the Beginning (On Valentine's Day)

 Spare dark thoughts and let us honor our loves on Valentine's Day. See my new journal entry:

Source: www.rayfoy.com/3/post/2015/02/at-the-beginning-on-valentines-day.html
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url 2015-01-29 17:53
New Journal Entry: "At Home, Once Again"

 I'm at home in South Carolina now. The last weeks have been very busy but I've finally settled enough to make journal entries again. Here's the latest:

Source: www.rayfoy.com/3/post/2015/01/at-home-once-again.html
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