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Entries by James Boyce from 06/2010

What's Up With the Rainforest: A Day in the Life of a 14-Year-Old CEO

| Posted 06.02.2010 | Green

Instead of applying blame for the crisis that stands before us, there is a group of young people who are using their concern for the planet as motivation to actually do something about it.

What I See, Virtually

| Posted 06.08.2010 | Business

The changes online are forcing organizations to not only change the way they do work online, but in how they do work period, and it is causing groups significant stress and increasing turf wars.

Great Britain Gives Respect To Women -- Bars Chris Brown From Entering

| Posted 06.09.2010 | Entertainment

Chris Brown has been barred from entering, and thus performing, in the U.K. because of the Rhianna beating.

Kick. Score. Save.

| Posted 06.10.2010 | Impact

In honor of the World Cup, Yahoo! has created a great game called the Penalty Shootout. For every goal scored tomorrow, Yahoo will give $1 to The (RED) Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa.

(RED) Shows The World How To Score With SMO

| Posted 06.15.2010 | Technology

Our company is helping groups with what we are calling Social Media Optimization, or SMO: how do you get the most out of the networks you have spent so much time building?

What's up With the Rainforest: Need to Save Our Planet Has Never Been More Urgent

| Posted 06.15.2010 | Green

New research is helping make clear that saving our environment doesn't mean compromising our future. According to one study, protecting rainforests reduces poverty as well as conserving biodiversity.

Wiffle Ball: The Greatest Game

| Posted 06.15.2010 | Healthy Living

We don't talk much about our situation out there in the front yard, in fact we rarely do at all. It's hard to find the right words when your son is hurting in front of your eyes. We mostly play.

Sometimes You Feel Like A Nut. Sometimes You Don't.

| Posted 06.23.2010 | Business

Can you complete this old advertising jingle? Almond Joy's got nuts, mounds don't. The other day in our office I discovered, that our newest hires had no idea what I was talking about.

The Distant Neighborhood

| Posted 06.29.2010 | Media

I think I have friends from about 20 countries on Facebook and this brings their worlds, their lives, the issues where they live into my lives in a more pronounced manner.