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CES 2018

The annual Consumer Electronics Show has wrapped up in Las Vegas and a lot of exciting announcements were made. IEEE Spectrum CES2018 has put together a summary. Here are some that I found particularly interesting.

IEEE Spectrum

IEEE Spectrum

5G

5G is expected to launch ahead of schedule with phone manufacturers supporting it toward the end of 2018 and carriers in 2019. It will need a lot more base stations so one of the challenges is how much equipment will be needed for field deployments, and where the workforce to do it will come from.

As an interim measure, Gigabit LTE is already coming online.

Read more at 5G News and Nuggets.

Safe Water from Air

This class of product has been speculated about for a while. So it was great to see a viable example on show. It includes a solar panel to create the energy needed to extract the water. I found it a little odd that the target market for this is the US. The greatest need is in the developing world.

Zero Mass - Clean Water From Air

Zero Mass – Clean Water From Air

The breakthrough idea is using materials that absorb water then heating them to get the water released. Electronic approaches up to now have used cooling which require a lot more energy.

The business model idea is to decentralise water. Like all new technologies, there are a lot of ecosystem issues to be worked through. The great thing is this can be an emergency response option when disasters create a clean water crisis.

Read more at Zero Mass Clean Water From Air.

Gadgets

CES is definitely gadget central. Some are obviously great ideas. And some look a bit crazy at first, until you think about it a bit:

  • HushMe stops your phone conversation being overheard by others
  • Somnox is a robot that helps you sleep better
  • Gemini PDA – should work commercially but it does
  • Fordward CX-1 luggage that follows you around (Discworld anyone)
  • Hip’Air air bags for you hips which inflate if you are falling
  • FoldiMate folds clothes for you
  • DroneHunter is a drone that hunts drones. Being pestered? Get a DroneHunter.
  • Percept and Me.mum work out when a woman is fertile
  • M1 Fetus Camera lets you take your own ultrasounds once you are pregnant
  • Puffco and Oblend target the emerging legal cannabis market
  • Prosthesis is a full sized exoskeleton

The complete rundown is at CES2018 Best and Craziest Gadgets.

Cars

You would think self-driving cars would get the biggest wrap, but it was the first remote controlled car on public roads that got the attention. Phantom demoed driving from 500km away. The biggest issue here is still latency so this one probably con’t go mainstream until 5G rolls out.

Phantom Remote Controlled Car

Phantom Remote Controlled Car

This and lots more news about transportation options including new electric vehicles can be found at CES2018 Remote Controlled Car.

Robots

Were everywhere. Including serving hotel guests and doing deliveries. Delivery Robots are Full Time.

Blockchain

I’m including this one because there is a lot of hype and the computing power to use it make it unusable for many applications. But like AI, the increasing power of hand held computing devices like mobile phones means that we are approaching the point where this can be done in devices, or done in the cloud. For the latter, we need high speed data and low latency. Then the phone can offload the most difficult or memory hungry operations to a cloud service and get the results back. This will open up a lot of new opportunities.

That’s it for now. You can check it out in detail at IEEE Spectrum CES2018.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2018 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Top 100 Global Technology Leaders

Thomas Reuters have released their list of the Top 100 Global Technology Leaders and here is a summary. The original article appears at Top 100.

Top 10 Global Technology Leaders

  • Microsoft
  • Intel Corp
  • Cisco Systems
  • Apple
  • Alphabet
  • IBM
  • Texas Instruments
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing
  • SAP
  • Accenture

10 Global Technology Leaders outside the US

This is a list of the 10 companies outside the US that made the Top 100 Global Technology Leaders list.

  • Computershare – Australia
  • Capgemini – France
  • Ericcson – Sweden
  • Infosys – India
  • Lenovo – China
  • Nokia – Finland
  • ZTE Corporation – China
  • LG Electronics – Korea
  • NEC – Japan
  • Tencent – China

It is good to see an Australian company on the list.

1o0 Global Technology Leaders outside the US

And now for the complete list with links and country. The list is in alphabetical order.

Company name Country/region of headquarters
Accenture Ireland
Acer Taiwan
Adobe United States of America
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) United States of America
Advantest Japan
Akamai Technologies United States of America
Alphabet United States of America
Amazon United States of America
Amdocs United States of America
Analog Devices United States of America
Apple United States of America
Applied Materials United States of America
ARRIS International  United States of America
ASE Group Taiwan
ASM Pacific Technology  Hong Kong
ASUS Taiwan
Atos France
Autodesk United States of America
CA Technologies United States of America
Canon Japan
Capgemini France
Celestica Canada
CGI Canada
Cisco  United States of America
Cognizant United States of America
CommScope United States of America
Computacenter United Kingdom
Computershare Australia
dormakaba  Switzerland
DXC Technology United States of America
eBay Inc. United States of America
Ericsson Sweden
Facebook United States of America
FUJIFILM Japan
Fujikura Ltd. Japan
Fujitsu Ltd. Japan
Gemalto Netherlands
HCL Technologies Ltd. India
Hewlett Packard Enterprise United States of America
HP United States of America
IBM United States of America
Infineon Technologies Germany
Infosys India
Intel United States of America
Intuit United States of America
Lam Research  United States of America
Leidos United States of America
Lenovo China
LG Electronics Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
LITE-ON Technology Taiwan
ManTech International Corporation United States of America
Mastercard United States of America
Micron Technology United States of America
Microsoft United States of America
Motorola Solutions United States of America
Nanya Technology Taiwan
National Instruments  United States of America
NCR Corporation United States of America
NEC Japan
Nokia
Finland
Nvidia United States of America
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands
Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Japan
ON Semiconductor United States of America
Oracle United States of America
PEGATRON Corporation Taiwan
Powertech Technology Inc. Taiwan
Qisda Corporation Taiwan
Qualcomm United States of America
Quanta Computer Taiwan
Renesas Electronics Corporation Japan
ROHM Japan
Salesforce United States of America
Samsung Electronics  Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
SAP Germany
Seiko Epson Corporation Japan
Sharp Corporation Japan
Siliconware Precision Industries Ltd. (SPIL) Taiwan
SK Hynix Inc. Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
SONY Japan
Sopra Steria France
STMicroelectronics Switzerland
Symantec Corporation United States of America
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC) Taiwan
Tata Consultancy Services India
Tech Mahindra India
Tencent China
Teradata United States of America
Texas Instruments United States of America
Tieto Finland
Tokyo Electron Japan
Total System Services (TSYS) United States of America
Unisys United States of America
United Microelectronics Corporation Taiwan
VMware United States of America
Wipro India
Wistron Corporation Taiwan
Workday United States of America
Xerox Corporation United States of America
ZTE Corporation China

 

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2018 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

IoT Change Catalyst

The Internet of Things, or IoT, continues to break new ground. Although there are still many things to be worked out, there is no doubt it will create new opportunities and enable value propositions previously unimaginable.

So I was please when Garrick Stanford from RS Components sent me an infographic looking at the way the Internet of Things will drive change. Here is his introduction.

‘Sometime ago we discussed exactly what the internet of things is. Well here we’re going to take a closer look at how it is going to change your life – and how that has started already. More and more technology and everyday devices and tools are now connected to the internet – think about your phone and TV, for instance. But here we’ll examine how the amount of connected devices that we use is going to hugely increase and how that will affect our lives.’
IoT Infographic on Change

IoT Infographic on Change

The one things we can be sure of is that this is but the start.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Australian Manufacturing Grows

Last night I was at the SEMMA (South East Melbourne Manufacturers Alliance) end of year get together at the Nissan Casting Plant in Dandenong. We were celebrating another year of Australian Manufacturing, and in particular Melbourne Manufacturing. The Nissan Casting Plant is a great example of how we can compete globally. Nissan have pulled their car assembly operation out of Australia a long time ago but the casting plant stayed and supplies their world chain.

SEMMA

SEMMA

And I was reminded again that not only is Australian Manufacturing not dead yet, it is in fact still growing. Check out this 5 year view of the Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index. 50 represents stable with numbers below 50 meaning it is contracting and numbers above 50 meaning it is expanding or growing.  The trend line is up and it has been expanding since 2015 with only 1 month where that didn’t happen.

 

Australian Manufacturing PMI 2017

Australian Manufacturing PMI 2017

That is 3 years of solid growth. So some really good news for the end of 2017 and I expect it to continue into 2018.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Nadine Champion

Nadine Champion

Nadine Champion

At the most recent Casey Cardinia Business Breakfast Nadine Champion presented 10 Seconds of Courage which also happens to be the title of her book.

Here is what she shared with us. She learned it from martial arts, but it applies to everything. I copied it down in point form so I’ll keep it that way.

  • Fear = self doubt = hesitation.
  • Have you ever had a missed opportunity or just let it go?
  • Why did you let that happen?
  • Is there something you love: a hobby, a job, a sport?
  • Who do you get advice from, who is your mentor?
  • How did you find them?
  • What did they teach you?
  • How good are you really?
  • Even on your worst day, are you able to change your thinking?

You can’t blame anyone else for how you respond to a situation. Take responsibility for you. You are who you believe you are, who you say you are. But if you don’t have a strong inner sense of who you are, then who others say you are can take over your view of who you are. So don’t frame your world with little words.

Taking Yourself Seriously

This isn’t how Nadine said it, but it is what I took from it. In order to know who you are, you have to be prepared to accept who you are. To do that, you have to be able to describe yourself. And the best way to do that is to make a list of who you are and what you are good at. She asked each of us to do this and I’ll write it here so you can also have a go.

So who are you? What are you good at? Write the list:

  1. first thing
  2. second thing

It isn’t as easy as you initially think it might be. We aren’t taught to do this. We don’t teach our children to do this. We don’t teach our employees to do this. But we should. So here is how to go about it:

  • Start with 5. Most of us can handle 5 as a first step.
  • Work up to 50.
  • But if you really want to be a champion make it 100.

And then do it for the people you care about. Start their list for them! A pretty solid challenge for me. The Australian tall poppy syndrome fights against this sort of behaviour.

In kickboxing, it takes 10 seconds to walk from the dressing room to the ring. Many people get to the dressing room then decide not to take that 10 second walk. This is where the title of here book comes from. How often do we take some steps forward toward a goal, then step back?

She has poured everything she has learned from he mentor, Sensei Benny or Benny Urquidez. And then added her own experience of it and how it was able to help her win at something she was not sure she could.

Nadine Champion - 10 Seconds of Courage

Nadine Champion – 10 Seconds of Courage

Here are some quotes she shared.

  • I always thought I would sink, so I never swam (Malibu lyrics, Miley Cyrus ).
  • For me giving up is way harder than trying (Champion, Kayne West).
  • Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear (Ambrose Redmond).

And she also shared how she won her second last fight carrying 3 injuries and breaking a finger during the fight. She decided that if she pulled out, she would never be able to say that she gave it everything she had. And she couldn’t win if she stepped back. So she stepped up and in and did her best. That fear  did not stop here. She was not sure she could win, even had doubts about it given her injuries and lesser experience. But she won.

Nadine Champion - Wins

Nadine Champion – Wins

Another perspective she shared was that it doesn’t hurt less if you close your eyes. Pretending it isn’t happening doesn’t change the fact that it is.  So you might as well keep them open and acknowledge reality. At least then you can fight back, dodge, do something. She didn’t know it at the time but this would be her second last fight because she found a lump that turned out to be cancerous and had a different battle for the next 3 years.

She has an inspiring TEDx talk titled 10 Seconds of Courage: Life Lessons from a Fighter. Definitely worth watching.

Changing the world is hard work, regardless of what you are specifically trying to do. My takeaways are:

  • get a mentor
  • write the list of who you are
  • have a clear goal
  • be prepared to fight for it

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Intellectual Property

The first step is to determine what Intellectual Property you actually have. This is usually broader than you initially think.

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property Audit

So before you can have an Intellectual Property Strategy, you will need to do an Intellectual Property Audit or IP Audit. IP Australia has an excellent guide to how to do this at Auditing Your IP so if you haven’t done this already, I recommend you read through the guide.

IP Australia

IP Australia

An example of an IP Audit is shown at World Intellectual Property Organisation at IP Audit – A “How to” Guide. So to see an IP Audit outcome. Check that out.

World Intellectual Property Organisation

World Intellectual Property Organisation

Intellectual Property Strategy

Now you have identified your Intellectual Property using an IP Audit, you can put together your Intellectual Property Strategy or IP Strategy. How to go about this depends on a lot of factors. Some examples are:

  • US Patents have moved from priority given to “first to invent”, to priority given to “first to file”. So filing early is now critical if you want protection or even the right to deploy your own invention which predated a patent from a competitor.
  • Different domains have different rules for determining patent infringement. For instance, The EU see protecting the idea as important and not just the specific wording of the patent.
  • If you want to defend a patent, you will need to fund the defense.
  • Trademarks get more respect than patents so use trademarks.
  • Trademarks potentially have unlimited life whereas patents and registered designs have finite life.
  • But you will have many other IP Resources including Trade Secrets which also potentially have infinite life.

You also need to have “Freedom to Operate“. This means your new invention could infringe someone else’s IP Rights. So it is also necessary to check that there isn’t a Patent, Trademark or Registered Design that you would be in breach of infringing if you proceeded. And if you are, you might want to look at whether you could license the technology. A recent change in IP Law means that a Patent holder cannot be unreasonable in restraining your business opportunity, and particularly if they are not competing with you, and especially if they are primarily acquiring and sitting on patents, or patent trolling.

The general steps of an IP Strategy are:

  • Decide who in your organisation will take responsibility for IP
  • And what you will do in house, and where you will get an IP Lawyer involved
  • Do an IP Audit and identify your Intellectual Property Assets
  • Determine if you have registered all these assets
  • If not, register trademarks and designs and that you want to protect
  • Decide if and how you will monitor for infringement of your IP
  • Be prepared to retire IP that is no longer of value
  • Ensure trade secrets and confidential information is secure

My thanks to Duncan Bucknell of Think IP Strategy for providing advice on this topic.

Duncan Bucknell - Think IP Strategy

Duncan Bucknell

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property, or IP as it is abbreviated, is a very important topic. So what is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

The diagram above shows some examples. Here are some more examples of Intellectual Property that specifically apply to the Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development:

  • Patents
  • Copyright
  • Industrial design rights
  • Plant varieties
  • Trademarks
  • Trade dress
  • Trade secrets

Copyright applies to things such as:

  • specification and requirements documents
  • reports
  • source code
  • schematic designs
  • PCB layouts
  • Bills of Materials (BOMs)
  • Product assembly and test instructions
  • source code
  • this blog

So a lot of the value created in a new Product Development project is bound up in the Intellectual Property generated.

Why this is important, is that many individuals and companies that offer Product Development services do not give you Intellectual Property Rights to the product you paid them to develop for you. We have picked up quite a few projects over the years where this lead to a toxic relationship between the client and the developer and they needed to go elsewhere.

Protecting your Intellectual Property

To protect your Intellectual Property the obvious steps are:

  • Have a non-disclosure agreement in place prior to sharing any information with another party
  • Ensure all staff and contractors have signed a non-disclosure agreement
  • Check out patents early. Both to determine if you might be able to patent, and also to make sure you aren’t violating anyone else’s rights.
  • Although Copyright vests automatically in Australia, do use Copyright notices
  • Make everyone clear on what you Intellectual Property Policy is
  • Register designs and trademarks
  • Also purchase relevant domain names

Intellectual Property Policy

A question we are often asked is “What is your Intellectual Property Policy“?

Here is how we handle IP including our own which we can license into your project to save both time and cost:

  • IP developed for you is owned exclusively by you and not used for any other purpose
  • IP provided by you is owned by you and only used for the purpose it was provided for
  • we will not share anybody else’s IP with you without their prior permission
  • we will not share your IP with anyone else without your prior permission
  • the non-exclusive license to our background IP is a single purchase at an agreed price and can be leveraged across multiple products
  • where improvements in our background IP become available, they can be incorporated into your product and only the modification cost applies
  • we regular sign non-disclosure agreements and even have one of our own you can use if you don’t have a suitable one yourself

And the last part is usually about how we charge for all this. The are specific costs associated with generating your exclusive IP for a product. Where variants are then designed, only the adaption or variation cost will be incurred. So for instance, changing from one NB-IoT vendor’s cellular modem to another modem from another vendor will only cost the PCB changes and code modification costs and would be expected to be substantially less cost than the initial implementation.

Another way to put all this, is that if you pay for it, you own it without any encumbrance.

Our aim is to ensure your success so it doesn’t make sense to make it difficult for you to own and exploit your own Intellectual Property.

And a little humour to finish off.

Copyright Humour

Copyright Humour

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Electric Vehicles

A lot of focus is going into Hybrid and All Electric Cars. Tesla being the most well known example though there are many other successful players in this market. However the Electric Aircraft or Electric Plane or E-Plane is moving along a bit slower.

E-Planes

At its core, the E-Plane is a harder design challenge. You have to address a lot of different issues at once and many are in direct contradiction with each other. A short list of top competing requirements is:

  • weight versus range versus battery size
  • safety
  • cost
  • compliance and regulation

So lets look at some examples of how it is going.

Siemen’s EFusion.


EADS E-Fan

Randall Fishman’s Electric-Powered Ultralight

Elektra One – D-MELN


LH-10 Ellipse


Airbus E fan


EnerDel


Pioneer Commercial Electric Plane: Yuneec E-430

And the latest kid on the block, SunFlyer.

So this looks like it still has a fair was to go before large scale commercial adoption is possible. However we have definitely reached the point where short range and ultralight E-Planes are both technically and financially ready for market.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Electric Vehicles

This is a post I started 6 years ago and decided not to publish. Since then things have changed a lot so here goes.

The History of Electric Vehicles

The Electric Vehicle has been around for a long time. The new push to Electric Vehicles is mostly being pushed by the belief that they will reduce carbon emissions. This really depends on where the power comes from, how efficient the motors are and how well the batteries work. Most studies prior to 2011 have shown that unless a substantial amount of the power comes from renewable energy then it is likely the Electric Vehicle will generate more pollution than a petrol vehicle.

Electric Vehicles began a long time before the petrol vehicle was the norm and even way before Vanguard made the first mass produced Electric Vehicle in the 1970s.

Vanguard-Sebring Electric Vehicle

Vanguard-Sebring Electric Vehicle

 

Although details vary, 1828 is generally regarded as the date of the First Electric Vehicle and Anyos Jedlik put together a small scale model decades before the modern combusion engine cycle was invented. And the challenge was the same then as it is now, the battery. The History of Electric Vehicles is also the History of the Battery.

Jedlik Electric Car

Jedlik Electric Car

So what happened to the Electric Vehicle?  The challenge today is still the same, the Battery. We really need a better solution. Which is where my original post stopped.

Guess what? It seems to have happened.

Tesla et al

So enter Elon Musk and Tesla Motors. His purpose is to take petrol off the road so they have done some pretty innovative things including opening up their patent database so anyone can use their technology with their permission.

Tesla

Tesla

And of course Nissan, Toyota, Honda and many others are putting Electric Vehicles front a center in their product lines now.

With improvements in energy density storage and reducing costs for high capacity batteries we are approaching a time when Battery Electric Vehicles are the better choice for the environment, even when charged with electricity derived from fossil fuels. Studies show that there are more Emissions from the manufacture of a Electric Vehicle, but this is made up for in 1 year of operating emissions improvements and over the course of the Electric Vehicle’s life, Global Warming Emissions are halved. This assumes a 50mpg (US based study) petrol vehicle is used for the comparison. This equates to 21.3Kpl or 4.7L/100Km so this is as realistic comparison with a high efficiency petrol or diesel vehicle.

What a big different 6 years makes.

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

So how are Hydrogen Fuel Cell based cars progressing? Calculations are that it will be roughly 3 times less efficient that a Battery Electric Vehicle. And extracting the H2 also requires energy. So H2 is an energy storage source. It is hard to store and manage and so the infrastructure costs are also high. So it is hard to do. The plus is that you don’t consume any fossil fuels in the process if you use some of the new solar based extraction mechanisms so although there are big drawbacks, there are also big benefits. The following video covers the territory well including some commentary from Elon Musk toward the end.

Let’s look at another perspective which is more optimistic.

So the infrastructure just isn’t there. So it looks like Battery Electric Vehicles are still the way to go. But the advantages are big enough that the debate will continue. And it is interesting that we have multiple fuel types in use simultaneously including Petrol (gasoline), Diesel, LPG, Alcohol, Battery Electric, Hydrogen, Biodiesel, compressed air, coal, wood and others.

The big advantages for Hydrogen are:

  • longer operating range than battery alone but not as much as petrol/diesel/LPG
  • no harmful emissions when running, the same as Battery Electric Vehicles and a big improvement over petrol/diesel/LPG

Time will tell. I should put a diary entry into my calendar for 6 years time and do another comparison.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

Meet the Winners

Tonight was the Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2017 and the winners have been announced.

Business and Professional Services Award

  • Ideas Ministry

Environmental Sustainability Award

  • Beaconsfield Dental

Health, Education and Wellbeing Award

  • YMCA Casey

Home Based Business Award

  • Tour Local

Hospitality Award

  • Cannibal Creek Vineyard

Manufacturing Award

  • Powerplants Australia

New Business Award

  • Davey Marine

People’s Choice Award

  • Twisted Sista Upper Level Fountain Gate

Retail Award

  • Emerald Village Pharmacy

Social Enterprise Award

  • Waverley Industries

Tourism Award

  • Safir Tours Pty Ltd

Trades and Construction Award

  • POWERPLANT Project Services Pty Ltd

Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2017

Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2017

We were finalists in 2 categories. No wins this year but I was particularly pleased to see The Ideas Ministry win the Business and Professional Services category and PowerPlant Project Services who took out both the Trades and Construction category and also Casey Cardinia Business of the Year.

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In AustraliaRay Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.

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