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Starbucks is evolving their look with woodsy, LEED-certified stores.
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Don Peppers offers some tips on how to stimulate a stagnant mind.
Mark McNeilly derives business strategy lessons from "The Princess Bride." Might be time to poison your opponents.
Who knew that a drop of water could be so amazing? I suppose Markus Reugels did.
Bill Nye became the Science Guy because of Steve Martin?
Afraid that people are hiding from your posts? These tips should help marry your intent with your customer’s expectations.
Airbnb gives some design and coding advice that helped enable their tremendous growth.
It turns out that Resident Evil 6 missed the mark in both its PR efforts and game design. Click on if you dare.
I’m not sure if we can call SimCity a “sim” anymore. This is real life.
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Ethical questions have arisen now that we are capable of “printing” weapons. Should we put limits on what people are permitted to make for personal use?
We have touched on this idea before, but could Kickstarter revive American manufacturing?
What every girl needs. More phone power.
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