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ShogunWriter
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Hey all, I am a full-time ecologist looking to get into the world of earning passive income while learning more about eCommerce, blogging, and the potential to establish various streams of income.
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I live right outside of Denver, CO so my interests put me into the typical "-ing" category; I am a trail running, mountain biking, all mountain skiing, camping, hiking, mountaineering, wildlife watching, photographer dad with a propensity for sampling micro-brewed beer and watching the English Premier Soccer League.
I do a lot of on-line research and try to share any useful links or bits of information I find. Feel free to follow me on Twitter.

 

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Health
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Broga, the New Movement in Yoga

Credit: Lululemon Athletica Male camaraderie can be found in all places associated with sports, motors, food, outdoors, etc., and now also in a less obvious location, within the yoga studio.   As the practice of yoga grows in popularity, the once female dominated yoga studios have slowly become a more dynamic...

Lifestyle
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Umami Burger, One Upping the LA Burger Culture

Credit: Greg Ma Hamburgers have been a long time favorite all-American food, complete with classic toppings, condiments and a side of fries.  One cooked ground beef patty covered with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cheese please, with ketchup, mustard, and mayo on the side and a large soda with lots of...

Environment
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Interlinked Relationships Within Wetland Ecosystems

Credit: Greg Morgan Wetlands are a unique and dynamic ecosystem within the landscape which provide habitat for various fish and wildlife populations, as well as a multitude of plant species.  Wetland locations are identified by the presence of plants adapted for saturated conditions (i.e. hydric vegetation), visible presence or evidence...

Environment
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Evolutionary Adaptations of Plants and Microbes in Low Oxygen, Saline Environments

Credit: Caroline Hardman For thousands of years plant species have been adapting to their surrounding environments in response to landscape alternations and environmental stressors. The success and failure of some plant communities can be linked to plant interactions with microbial organisms, or microbes.  Plant microbes are generally broken down into...

Travel & Places
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Nature's Top Poisonous and Venomous Species

Credit: Thomas Shahan While there are numerous everyday creatures in nature which should be avoided or approached with caution, there is a handful of species which are considered to be among the most poisonous or venomous in the world and should be avoided at all costs. These species are located...

Technology
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Nikon D800 versus Nikon D3s; A Product Comparison


On February 6, 2012 Nikon finally announced the highly anticipated and long awaited D800 full frame digital single lens reflex (DSLR), which are anticipated to be on store shelves by late March 2012.  These new camera bodies will be the successor to the extremely successful D700 which...

Travel & Places
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Spring Break Ski Destinations

Credit: ab.photo
As February draws to a close and with March fast approaching most students will be looking forward to one of the most epic times of year, Spring Break.  While the term spring break may conjure up mental images of palm tree lined beaches, large outdoor concert...

Lifestyle
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
How Can Public Policy Be Changed?

Credit: John Trainor

Changes in policy can be driven by a variety of factors each with a different effect on the type of change that occurs within policy (i.e. major change, incremental change, or no changes). The primary factors that will bring about a policy change are when...

Lifestyle
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Public Policy Evaluations: Importance Value and Problems with the Process

Credit: Photo Credit: Ken Brown
Policy evaluation is one of the last two stages in the policy process and is a very important step as it can be influential on the future of the policy being evaluated.  The goal of a policy evaluation is to assess if the...

Lifestyle
by ShogunWriter
5 years ago
Beginning Yoga Tips for the Modern Man


Using yoga as a method for working out is not often the first choice among men when the same time could be spent lifting weights in a gym, hitting a long bike ride, running, or any number of other physical activities….which are not yoga. Some common misconceptions...

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