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All American Mardy Gilyard I’m still giddy over the University of Cincinnati Bearcats (UC) victory over the University of Pittsburgh Panthers yesterday.
America - and much of the world - is in the midst of a recession.
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by Umair Haque | 11:25 AM April 30, 2009 "Nice content - awesome presentation! What did you use to make it?!"
I woke up this morning to this post from Chris Brogan and the accompanied video:
On July 20, 2006, Sheila Marcelo and Nick Beim flew from Boston to Chicago to visit a company called Sittercity. The business, which charged parents to access an online database of sitters and nannies, had been launched in Boston five years earlier.
If we're in the idea business, how to protect those ideas? One way is to misuse trademark law.
Software-as-a-service pioneer and salesforce.com (CRM) co-founder and CEO Marc Benioff credits storytelling as one of the primary reasons for his company's rapid success.
It's time again for some inspiration from Heraclitus , the world's first creativity teacher (he lived around 500 BC). Today's insight is: “I searched into myself.” Heraclitus felt that consulting our own knowledge and intuition is a wonderful way to gain insight.
by Rosabeth Moss Kanter | 9:26 AM November 9, 2009
You view knowledge sharing between your employees, partners, and customers as a strategic priority.
If you ask one hundred people to do a task (particularly one that involves following instructions or using a computer or both), figure that two of them will mess it up. It doesn't matter if you use ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. It doesn't matter if your instructions are crystal clear.
I was part of a panel (with Claire Celsi , Nathan T. Wright & Dr.
In the circles that I travel the Internet is often breathlessly embraced as the herald of all things good; the bringer of increased choice, personal empowerment, social harmony…and the list goes on. And yet, as with any powerful technology, the truth of its consequences eludes such a singular and happy narrative. Here is the first of three paradoxes of the Internet Age.