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Corporate Social Responsibility Reports Fail to Prove Business CaseGive Up One Front To Win Another – Valley Forge Focuses On HospitalityCreate Positive Personal Impact: Be Flexible, Adaptable and Open MindedIn Japan, Billboards Watch You Watching ThemNew Mac Mini Due In January, Says RumorEvent: Android Developer Meetup @ Fast CompanyFirst Ever Non-Terrestrial Liquid Drop Was Seen on TitanNickel-Zinc Rechargeable Batteries Make Their Debut2009: Year Of The Linux RevolutionSamsung’s 8-Megapixel Pixon Cameraphone Comes to USShould Green Biz Go Big Or Stay Small?Bad News For Your Gadgets: Toshiba, Sandisk Slash Flash Memory ProductionInnovative Giving: The Open Architecture NetworkEmirates Launches World’s Longest Green FlightMacworld R.I.P — Can Our World Survive Without Steve Jobs’ Keynotes?Send Me No Emailed Holiday GreetingsStrategic Tips for Startup Recession SurvivalStartup Marketing in Tough Economic TimesTake The Unorthodox Path – Valley Forge Fabrics Finds Its Own Way To SuccessIBM’s Corporate Volunteers Bring Tourists to AfricaInstant Sexy: Potions That Make You Pretty6 Electric Cars Coming Soon [pics]Inside The Chevy Volt [pics]Mediocrity: The Hidden Economic Price of FearDo Roses Come With Thorns, or Do Thorns Come With Roses?The Simple Power of Authentic Videos in Employee CommunicationsPersonal Branding Lessons from an Advertising ExecWhat Customers WantDodge’s New Ram Is a WiFi Hotspot, Too?FCC Cancels Whitespace Free Wi-Fi MeetingThanko’s Movie-Recording WristwatchRumor: Sony Walkman to Rival iPod TouchInnovative Giving: The Nature Conservancy and (Lil) Green PatchSmartHand: Cyborg Limbs Will Feel Like User’s OwnPalm’s New OS To Go Nova at CES, Possibly on New HardwareNo, The Internet Is Not More Popular Than SexBeware iTunes, Nokia Comes With Music [video]The “War Room” – When Innovation Intersects StrategyYou’ve Got IT, Nonprofits Need IT: Doing Good One Byte At A TimeA Letter To Anyone Who Sells/Produces/Promotes/Coordinates StuffWork With Me: Author Interview Series Part 2How Does Orange Go Green?Beyond Firewood: Alternative Fuel = Safer WomenR-E-S-P-E-C-TBankrupt Carmaker No, Bankrupt Airline Yes?Attitude and Interpersonal CompetenceDid You Miss It?Ceasing to be “Great”Most Popular Android Applications For November 2008Why The Reign of Conventional Batteries Is Nearly OverSony Stung With $1 Million Child Privacy Violation FineMercedes Splitview Screen: Get Lost And Watch Movies At The Same TimeWaste Coffee Grounds Make Great BiofuelEurope’s Biggest Polluters See Windfall Profits From Carbon TradingCar Key Disables Cellphones For Safer DrivingBuild, borrow or buyA Technical Woman’s Journey: Dr. Telle Whitney, CEO Anita Borg InstitutePowered by CoffeeThe Energy is Out WestThree Reasons for Competitive Side-by-Side Testing in New Product DesignWhy Minority Report-Style OS Is Coming To PCs Sooner Than You ThinkSolar Power Goes Pretty With Sony’s Patterned Solar CellsSony Ericsson To Launch An Android PhoneJapanese Scientists Show Thoughts, Dreams On-ScreenProject Aiko: Bring In The Fembots! [video]Is The Z-Nano, World’s Smallest Optical Mouse, For You?Nestle Waters: Corporate Scrooge of the Year?Bush Condemns Free National Wi-FiHow reading makes you a better writer.Layoff Phenomenon: The Sayonara EmailTechnology: Get the Best Airline Deals.Call to Action for Sustainabilty Leadership in Tough Economic ClimateDownsizing Is Dangerous for Morale, for Productivity — and For Lawsuits.The Case of the Puzzled BaboonsLeadership Code Meets Gender Science: part IV of 4 partsInformation and IntuitionAlaska’s Career Ladders ProjectRecession Silver Lining: No More Excuses Not to Make a Work+Life Fit ChangeA Pollution-Free BurialThe real cause of conflict among colleaguesCareers: Personal Branding and Reinventing Yourself for the Digital AgeShould Apple Fear Web Radio? You Bet.Future Chips To Get More Powerful, Research Shows Plenty of Life in Moore’s LawWhere is the Auto Industry’s Moore’s Law?Vertu’s Solid-Gold Boucheron 150 CellphoneThat Darned Microsoft Zune Phone Rumor Pops Up AgainTicket Machines Powered By Stomping Commuters FeetIntel’s Next-Gen 32nm Chips Need Less Power for More SpeedShould Mac OS X Be Open?Another Stone Turned