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Mas Corona! Could The Popular Brew Run Out — Dave’s Diary

Father's day is this weekend.  What do you have planned for Dad?  Hot days, cold beer, it’s the code of the west but it’s been hot a lot and now sales of Corona beer have been surging, to the point where its brewer, Constellation Brands, is worried they might run out of supply.

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Turn Down A Biscuit From A Bad Guy – A Sure Sign Of Loyalty — Dave’s Diary

A trip to the dog park at Randall Park is becoming a bit of a routine at our house.  There is plenty of space for an active dog to stretch its legs and burn off some energy.  You meet an interesting mix of folks there too with some very loyal dogs.

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The Belly Button Challenge Challenges Common Sense! — Dave’s Diary

Ice Bucket, Jenner Lips, Yes/No Ouija board and so it goes -- another week and it’s another Internet challenge. This one has taken China by storm, 130 million tries and growing,  and is referred to as "the belly button challenge."

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Pick a Great Beer — There’s an App For That Coming Soon — Dave’s Diary

No matter which beer you prefer, there’s a pretty good chance it’s flavored with Yakima Valley hops. But get this: Could there soon be an app that decides which beer is best for you based on a DNA analysis? High-tech cold brew appreciation!

ABC News reported recently on a Swiss scientist who says his goal is to create a beer genome tree that will help people better figure out what beer they'd most enjoy drinking.

The popularity of microbrews is the inspiration for the inventor, who says he came up with the idea after being given too many beer choices at Switzerland's microbreweries.

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New Study Shows Personal Technology Is a Productivity Killer — Dave’s Diary

I’m old enough to remember the original promises of the past-- how technology would make us so much more productive in the future, and professionally applied technology has. But personal technology such as cellphones, texting, Facebook, etc. is now actually killing our productivity.

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