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This week's guest is Ellen Huxtable.
Ellen Huxtable is the owner of Advantage Business Concepts, a firm specializing in business growth and profitability. Ellen is a local and national speaker and the author of “Turbo-charge and Transform!,” a guide to business innovation, available through Amazon.com. Ellen assists businesses in capitalizing on new markets, and creating the structures and systems to support growth. She facilitates leadership teams, conducts workshops and mastermind groups and provides direct support to client businesses. Ellen is a member of the Junior Achievement Western Region Board, and the Fermilab Community Board. Ellen holds an MBA degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.
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Troy Dawson is one of the lead developers of Scientific Linux. He is also one of the lead developers of Fermi Linux. Both versions of Linux are produced at Fermilab. Fermilab is a high energy physics research lab. Scientific Linux is produced to be a common platform for other High Energy Physics lab's around the world, as well as anyone else who wants to use it. Fermi Linux is currently a derivative of Scientific Linux that has been customized for Fermilabs enviroment.
Troy has been at Fermilab since 1993. He has been working with Linux since 1999. He has been on the Fermi Linux team since 2001. He helped get Scientific Linux started back in 2004.
The builders of the world's biggest particle collider are being sued in federal court over fears that the experiment might create globe-gobbling black holes or never-before-seen strains of matter that would destroy the planet.
Representatives at Fermilab in Illinois and at Europe's CERN laboratory, two of the defendants in the case, say there's no chance that the Large Hadron Collider would cause such cosmic catastrophes. Nevertheless, they're bracing to defend themselves in the courtroom as