Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on Gigaom:
The fifth most powerful business woman in America according to Fortune, DuPont’s (s dd) CEO Ellen Kullman, has spent the last few years restructuring the two century-old company around using science to help meet the needs…

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Originally posted on TED Blog:
Photo: James Duncan Davidson The Korean education system is famed for its high levels of scholastic achievement, but as 15-year-old Seoul native Dong Woo Jang professes, not everyone responds to this kind of “pressure cooking”…

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Originally posted on TED Blog:
Photos: James Duncan Davidson We all know sustainability is essential to our future, in vague terms. But what does that mean for the choices we make every day? In other words: paper or plastic? For…

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Originally posted on Anise Smith Marketing:
  We are living in a quick-moving digital world with companies that are technology focused running to keep up with the growth. As Digital Marketers we see how fast things are moving and we…

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Originally posted on Manlio Mannozzi:
See on Scoop.it – DISCOVERING SOCIAL MEDIA Lee Jarratt. Apart from being the Editor-in-chief of Google Plus Daily, Lee prides himself in spotting the tiniest of Google+ updates. Google+ Profile. Posted by Lee Jarratt on…

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Originally posted on Jason Ramsey's Blog:
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Originally posted on TED Blog:
Photo: James Duncan Davidson Have you checked your email today? Your finances? What about your energy use? Alex Laskey thinks that with just a shift in attitude toward our energy use, we can all save…

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Originally posted on TED Blog:
Photos: James Duncan Davidson Architect Michael Green presents an interesting riddle: why are buildings made of wood only a few stories high when trees found in nature are remarkable for their height? Speaking in session…

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