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Russell C. Smith

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Feel Good Capitalism: Crowdfunding and Cash Mobs Save the Day

Russell C. Smith | September 9, 2012 | Small Business
If social media has accomplished one thing, its connecting people with talent, ideas, and stuff to sell with those that have the funds to send their way.
Jure Klepic

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It's Time to Stop Focusing on New Technologies

Jure Klepic | September 9, 2012 | Business
Social media is revealing a new world of the "relational self." We're moving away from seeing ourselves as unique individuals and are beginning to define ourselves by relating to others.
Women & Co

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Must-Have Tech Accessories for the Beach

Women & Co | September 9, 2012 | Technology
A trip to the beach is one of the most enjoyable luxuries of summer. But the sun, surf, and sand can easily turn it into a nightmare for your expensive tech equipment.
David Honig

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Digital Literacy Beyond Social Networking

David Honig | September 9, 2012 | Technology
Despite an otherwise stagnant job market, high tech employment is on the rise. But minorities who lack technological skills and experience will not be able to compete for these types of jobs.
Donna Flagg

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Is Facebook Worthwhile or Worthless?

Donna Flagg | September 9, 2012 | Technology
Facebook has 900 million users and we can't figure out, let alone agree on, whether it has any value or not. And if it does, there seems to be an equal amount of confusion about what that value actually is.
Rob A.L. Brown

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Five Million Views in Five Days for Four-Minute Video That Took 20 Years to Make

Rob A.L. Brown | September 9, 2012 | Media
The video is fascinating not just because it is technically so well done (you don't see the join) but also because it shines a light on both the aging process and the aspects of personality that don't alter.
Richard Florida

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The Creative Compact

Richard Florida | September 9, 2012 | Business
The tectonic upheavals our economy is enduring are the result not just of financial shenanigans by the global One Percent, but of a deeper and more fundamental shift -- the passing of the old industrial order as it gives way to the emerging Creative Economy.
Vivian Weng

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Second-Hand Clothing Gets a Second Life

Vivian Weng | September 9, 2012 | Style
Over a dozen venture-backed peer-to-peer fashion marketplaces have launched in the last year. Re-commerce, it seems, is green in more ways than one.
Beverly Macy

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Social Media: 3 Big Trends to Watch in the Next 6 Months

Beverly Macy | September 9, 2012 | Media
Can you believe we've just sailed past the first half of 2012? Social media continues to make inroads into our business lives and is finally being taken seriously by business leaders in most industries from entertainment to healthcare to financial services to non-profits and beyond.
Andy Plesser

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(Video) BBC Worldwide's Dan Heaf: Apps Won't Maintain Their Dominance

Andy Plesser | May 31, 2013 | Technology
LONDON -  While the BBC Worldwide is putting most of its efforts around apps for the Apple iOS platform, apps won't maintain their dominance in the future, predicts Daniel Heaf, the head of digital for BBC Worldwide in this session from last month's...
SmarterTravel

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10 Essential Apps For Summer Travel

SmarterTravel | September 9, 2012 | Travel
Make the most of the season with these apps designed to help you on summer vacations both abroad and at home.