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Small Cell (DAS) Technology Puts the “Super” in Super Bowl

Posted by Cory Garone

ParchedGrimyBeauceron-max-1mb.gifThe last few years have seen a flurry of legislative activity intended to streamline the deployment of small cells (small wireless).  More than a dozen states have passed some type of legislation to facilitate the placement of small cells. 

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Topics: DAS, Small Cell Wireless, friday feature, Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, small wireless facilities, collocation of wireless antennas

Ramblings from Telecom, VoIP, ISP and Tech Industry Trade Show Floors

Posted by Tom Forte

Most of us have been to a convention, conference, or expo during our journey in the telecom industry.  This year has personally been the year of shows for me with exhibits at ITExpo, FISPALIve 2017, WISPAmerica , ChannelPartners and upcoming NENA and INDATEL

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Topics: friday feature, WISPAmeirca, ITExpo, FISPALive, Home Page

A Compliance Reporting Specialist’s Thoughts On TMI's 30th Anniversary

Posted by Tammie King

As we celebrate our 30th anniversary this month, I think back on prior employers

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Topics: friday feature, TMI's 30th Anniversary, staff longevity

The Name Game

Posted by Tammie King

There are a lot of unique "given names" in existence today…Apple Martin (Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter), North West (Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s daughter), and of course there have been stories of people naming their child “Facebook”!  

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Topics: friday feature

If Only Ice Cream Tasted Like Brussels Sprouts

Posted by Margeaux Pennywell

In March of 2015, I pulled out my least used (actually my least favorite) household appliance ….my digital bathroom scale, in order to make a life style change.  I took a deep breath and climbed on. 

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Topics: friday feature, weight loss

Inspired by Carl Sagan

Posted by Iris Mennens

Growing up, I was fascinated and intrigued by Carl Sagan. I read many of his books like “Cosmos,” “Pale Blue Dot,” and “Billions & Billions.” 

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Topics: friday feature, Carl Sagan

Exploring the St. John’s River’s Ecosystem

Posted by Kimberly Geuder

Over my Christmas vacation, our family took a tour of the St. John’s river on a boat with Blue Heron River Tours. We saw hundreds of birds, and many manatees, turtles, and alligators that live along this part of the river. The boat captain spent 2 hours pointing out the different species of birds that reside in this peaceful little part of the world.

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Topics: friday feature

Yad Vashem

Posted by Iris Mennens

Yad Vashem is an institution established in 1953 in Jerusalem. It is the living memorial to the Holocaust, and it preserves the memory of the past and brings awareness to future generations. It is the world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust.

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Topics: friday feature

From TMI: What We Like Best About Our Pet Friends

Posted by Entire TMI Team

As everyone prepares for the Labor Day Weekend and fall approaches, we thought it was a good time to escape the world of compliance deadlines and telecom regulations. Please enjoy some of the things we like best about our pet friends and all the photos.

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Topics: friday feature

Who am I? Where did I come from? Questions everyone can relate to.

Posted by Pat Atkisson

Who am I? Where did I come from? These are questions we all might ask ourselves at some point in life. For an adopted child who never knew her biological family, these are the questions that have haunted me all my life.

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Topics: friday feature, Technologies Management News

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