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How to Take Control of the InterviewMicrosoft CEO Defends Himself Against Class-Action AllegationsDo You Visualize Your Desired Outcome Before Pursuing It?Etiquette and Personal BrandingHow the Credit Crisis Affects Small BusinessBOTTOM UP CHANGELeadership Lessons from… LEGOWhat VCs said about the TechCrunch 50 (Video)How to Search Optimize your Resume – Pt 1Would You Like Fries with That Outsourcing?EBay Cuts 1600 JobsA little rant about politics…Apple MacBook Rumors IntensifyLessons in Building Self-Confidence from Helen Gurley BrownFord Lets Parents Control Kids’ CarsPhotrade: Sharing, Selling and Protecting Your PhotographsAiling Chipmaker Divides ItselfThe iPod: Apple’s Innovation Strangler?Do Financial Brands Add Up?Wrangling with Writing TestimonialWatchmen: Adapting a Masterpiece for the Movie ScreenWhich VP Candidate Is BrandCredible™Innovators Are Better Than Inventors?How to Go from Customer Avoidance to Customer ConversationA Chicken Farm Gobbles Competition – How You Can TooWhat Obama Can Teach You About Your BusinessIt’s All-Feeling All the Time at Masters of Design Gala 2008Celebrities Rock the Vote…Do We Still Listen?Building the Low Carbon EconomyConsumers are Weary of the Okey-DokePace Yourself: Part 3 of the 12 Things I Learned about Business from Living in AsiaA New Paradigm for CSR: A Chance for Companies to Matter MoreThe Hero’s Journey: A Metaphor for Video StorytellingLeaders Should Think BiggerThe Latest in Identity TheftCool Projects That Can Change the WorldLG’s Blu-ray Player Packs NetflixBeing A Fast Company In A World In Need Of Radical ChangeNokia Planning More Touchscreen Phones?Can You Hear Me Now?Best Buy Announces GPS Units With Mobile BroadbandPerseverance and Resilience—Lessons from a Funeral on What Matters TodayHow to Interview a B2B CustomerYankee Stadium and Baseball’s Business of NostalgiaThe Rebranding of Britney SpearsDon’t you think a crisis is the best time to advance strategically?New York Women Social Entrepreneurs Roundtable Nov 7, 2008 – Join me thereThinking Creatively: Making Coal into Diamonds7 Tips for Protecting Your Identity OnlineThe Port of Los Angeles is the Gateway to IngenuityMy Letter Published In Inc. Magazine October 2008 IssueThe RFP and The PlayersWhy Volunteer? (Part 2) …for no good reason. (Or maybe just not good enough.)CrisisOUTGREENING THE STATUS QUORebuilding New Orleans: Ten Coolest InnovatorsPrivacy and Security Issues in Social NetworkingHas NVIDIA Leaked New MacBook Details?Four Tips for Dealing With AngerWhat to Look for When Hiring Your Next EmployeeCreative Thinking: Making Diamonds from CoalAre Writing Conferences important?Learn and Advance (part 1)Get Paid To Use Microsoft Live Search!Sony PC For Music-Loving New YorkersGetting America’s Treasured Images Onto FlickrBreaking Into the Media Industry EasierDell Announces Spiffy, Economical LCDsFig NewmansThe Market’s Toll on Charitable GivingNokia Expands Email Abilities; Buys OZ CommunicationsWho The Blogosphere Says Is The Most SustainableInnovating with Meaning: Missed OpportunitiesUnbuttoning the Levi’s BrandThe State of the BlogosphereWho Gets “It”? Only A Few Industrial Manufacturers – Part IISony Announces 18.4-inch NotebookToilet Paper Entrepreneurs Build Business Block by BlockHow to Launch a Start-Up in Today’s EnvironmentGrowth DeconstructedBail-out or Build-out?How to Use Voice Mail EffectivelyStephen Colbert, Obama iPhone App, and Other Election VariablesSirius/XM Offer New PlansTop 3 advantages of working with a small publishing company versus a large one.How To Offer a Great Volunteer Experience! (part 1)Do I Even Want This?Lifelong Learning and Outstanding PerformanceCareers: WOM and Personal BrandingA Behind the Scenes Peek at Making the “Typographreaks” FontFast Facts About America’s BossesEvolution of a Typeface: NeutraLetter From the Editor of Fast Company: Shock ValueBig Business in Counterfeit GoodsThe Federal Open Market CommitteeWorld Fisheries CongressCalendar: What’s Happening October 2008Not So Fast: Reviving Retail SalesFast Company October 2008 ContributorsThe Second Life of Second LifeAmerica’s Greenest CityRebuilding the Port of Los AngelesEbay’s Fair-Trade MarketPlaceKodak’s Traceless Technology Fights CounterfeitingThe Future of Farming is in Nitrogen EfficiencyScobleizer: What Newspapers Can Learn From the Tech IndustryHow to Make Yourself and Others HappierMade to Stick: Why Companies Should Pave the Way to PraiseGreen Business: FedEx’s Hybrid-Truck Program StallsSix Movie Soundtracks that Topped the Charts, and the Box OfficeCan Sony’s Lia Vollack Save the Music Industry?Five Top Design Firms Make the Gadgets We LoveLi Edelkoort’s Predictions for What’s Not HotWhat’s HotLi Edelkoort: Famous TrendspotterBiomimicry: Nature-Inspired DesignsIt’s Just an IllusionIconoclasts: The Top Five Creative MindsNeuroscience Sheds New Light on CreativityGeisinger Health System’s Plan to Fix America’s Health CareAll Politics Is MicrotargetingUpdates to Stories from Fast CompanyOctober 2008: Reader FeedbackThe Impact of the Designers Accord MovementBuilding a Sustainable Design CommunitySteven Holl’s Global Architecture FootprintThe Economics of IntelIntel Atom: Intel Makes Its Smallest Chip EverThe Masters of Typography: House IndustriesDigital Thinking at Rhode Island School of DesignMarcel Wanders Designs Miami’s MondrianLike AFLAC For Your BusinessFinding Your AngelsRevisiting Flex as Alternative Downsizing Strategy…How You Can PrepareWhat advice would you give to someone wanting to make a career out of writing? Part III