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International futures programme In 2006, the OECD launched the OECD Space Forum in co-operation with the space community. The Forum aims to assist governments, space-related agencies and the private sector to better identify the statistical contours of the growing space sector worldwide, while investigating the space infrastructure’s economic significance and potential impacts for the larger economy. Read more Nokia Siemens Networks - Leading Telecommunications Equipment Supplier Worldwide [ change ] Careers Log in Portfolio Portfolio A to Z FCC Approves Process to Move Forward on E-Rate e-Learning Feeds is ranking and scoring hundreds of Top e-Learning blogs, while helping e-Learning oriented readers to answer the question "What’s happening in the e-Learning industry" on a daily basis based on the Top e-Learning Blogs. Would you like to share your Top e-Learning Blog Posts with a thriving community of more than 100,000 e-learning readers? Well... then Submit your e-Learning blog’s RSS feed at e-Learning Feeds. Submit your Top e-Learning Blog’s RSS Feed and increase your Top e-Learning Blog’s traffic! The story of e-Learning Feeds

Rawlemon’s Spherical Solar Energy-Generating Globes Can Even Harvest Energy from Moonlight The solar energy designers at Rawlemon have created a spherical, sun-tracking glass globe that is able to concentrate sunlight (and moonlight) up to 10,000 times. The company claims that its ß.torics system is 35% more efficient than traditional dual-axis photovoltaic designs, and the fully rotational, weatherproof sphere is even capable of harvesting electricity from moonlight. The ß.torics system was invented by Barcelona-based German Architect André Broessel.

Rites set for former World reporter - Tulsa World: Obituaries Rites set for former World reporter - Tulsa World: Obituaries Sponsored by: Tulsa World Home Obituaries Rites set for former World reporter Tom Gilbert | Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2012 12:00 am Is Your Blog Built To Last? Is your blog just a flash in the pan or is it built for the long term? Many blogs are started without thinking through the full implications of what blogging entails. As a result, they don’t achieve their intended objectives. In their book, Built To Last, Jerry Porras and Jim Collins develop, based on extensive research, a framework for creating companies that continue to be viable and profitable for the long-term. Here are the major elements of their blueprint that can be applied to building a successful blog.

Maggie Brooks is our escape artist extraordinaire A good magician never reveals her secrets. But what about an escape artist? Here in Monroe County, we're blessed with one of America's greatest working escape artists — The Maggician. Chain Maggie Brooks to an anvil, lock her in a crypt, drop the crypt in the lake and she'll still show up at the zoo two hours later — dry as a bone — for a press conference to announce the birth of an otter or a chimp. The psychological roots of resource over-consumption This article by PCI board member Nate Hagens is taken from the book Fleeing Vesuvius, which is edited by Post Carbon Fellow Richard Douthwaite. The psychological roots of resource over-consumption Humans have an innate need for status and for novelty in their lives.

Everything Marketers Need to Research & Create Detailed Buyer Personas [Template] Finance Manager Margie. IT Ian. Landscaper Larry. The Coming "New World Order" Revolution: How Things Will Change In The Next 20 Years - A Kondratieff Cycle Perspective SocGen has published a fantastic, must read big picture report, which compares the world in the 1980/1985-2000/2005 time period and juxtaposes it to what the author, Veronique Riches-Flores predicts will happen over the next two decades years, the period from 2005/2010 to 2025/2030. Unlike other very narrow and short-sighted projections, this one is based not on trivial and grossly simplified assumptions such as perpetual growth rates, but on a holistic demographic approach to perceiving the world. At its core, SocGen compares the period that just ended, one in which world growth was driven by an expansion in supply, to one that will be shaped by an explosion of demand. And, unfortunately, the transformation from the Supply-driven to the Demand-driven world will not be pretty.

Cobb EMC Formed in 1938, Cobb Electric Membership Corporation (Cobb EMC) started as an electric utility with 489 residential members and 14 commercial accounts. With more than 197,000 meters representing 177,000 members, Cobb EMC is now among the largest of Georgia's 42 EMCs and one of the largest of the nation's over 900 EMCs. The physical plant of Cobb EMC consists of more than 10,519 miles of line over approximately 1,087 square miles within portions of Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Fulton and Paulding Counties in the metro Atlanta area and Calhoun, Clay, Quitman and Randolph counties in Southwest Georgia. As a not-for-profit, member-owned corporation, Cobb EMC is dedicated to providing its member/consumers with reliable electric energy at the lowest possible price as well as providing helpful safety information and ways help you to conserve energy .

A Valentine's Day video game love story Millions who love music have flocked to the music trivia game SongPop. But two random competitors are taking their game to a whole new level: marriage. Sara DeSpain and Nathan Purdom were playing SongPop on Facebook last summer and struck up an online conversation. After each game session – you hear a series of song clips and try to identify the artist or song faster than the other player – you can send a message to your competitor. They struck up a conversation. Using her profile picture, Purdom found DeSpain on Facebook and sent her a friend request. Cheesy Rice Cakes and Kimchi Sometimes change is great...sometimes we experiment with food and that turns out to be a success, just like this dish. You didn't expect this huge twist, did 'ya? Did you try Korean Rice cakes?

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