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CNN/YouTube Debate: Final, Random, Biased ThoughtsCNN/YouTube Debate: Climate ChangeCNN/YouTube Debate: The Crowd Likes The People, Could Give or Take Anderson.CNN/YouTube Debate: New Format, Same ShowCNN/YouTube Debate: Mary and Jen Want To Get HitchedCNN/YouTube Debate: First “Third Person” Violation of the NightCNN/YouTube Debate: Thank God For Mike GravelCNN/YouTube Debate. First QuestionMy New Facebook Friends: CNN/YouTube DebateInnovation: Paper or Plastic?Careers: Why Traditional Job Interviews Don’t WorkYou Watch, You Vote, YouTube the Democrats on CNNRon Paul: The Internet CandidateLeadership: Reacting vs. RespondingPoor People, Presidential Candidates, and Wal-MartSustainability: The Inconvenient Truth About Idolizing Green CelebsWork/Life: Wine/Cheese BalanceFast Cities Struggle to Go WirelessHow To Help Your Company Focus on the New World of RiskMarketing Election ’08: Q&A With Laura Crawford, The RNC’s Loaded GunMarketing Election ’08: Q&A With Matt DeBergalis, ActBlueWeb: Facebook Makes Its MoveTechnology: Blogging as a Web 2.0 Entry Point or You Still Have Time to Catch the Cluetrain!Design: Vacationing with Design EyesInnovation: The REAL Magic of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is Customer ServiceInnovation: The REAL Magic of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is Customer ServiceInnovation: The REAL Magic of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is Customer Service“I’m NOT a Plastic Bag”: Extreme Measures in Renouncing Non-Biodegradable SubstancesWeb: Can A Social Network Save Business 2.0?Innovation: Phil Knight’s “Not Exactly Textbook” MovesLeadership: Mutiny Before the HurricaneChange Management: Combining Management with Ancient PhilosophyLeadership: Attitude is ContagiousMarketing: The Anti-GladwellCareers: Personal Branding Instant ExpertWork/Life: What About Bathroom/Life Balance?Careers: When HR Goes Too Far