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Oliver Tearle

10 Forgotten Books And Their Surprising Claims To Fame

Oliver Tearle | September 28, 2016 | Books
Here are ten of the most obscure books I discovered locked away in Western history's secret library, and the reasons we should know more about them.
Nathaniel Sillin

How to Tackle Your Grocery Bill

Nathaniel Sillin | September 28, 2016 | Business
Most of us have been there. You ran to the grocery store for one essential item, but as you pushed your shopping cart through the aisles, seeing heaps of fresh produce and rows of appetizing snacks, you added one and then another and yet another extra item to your cart....
Robert F. Brands

Learn From the Best: Google's Nine Principles of Innovation

Robert F. Brands | September 28, 2016 | Business
Google is widely considered, by both the general public and business experts, to be one of the most innovative companies in the world. So how does Google promote a culture of innovation and ensure that innovative ideas are properly implemented, creating profitable new products that position the company for long-term success?
Whitney Kay Bacon

96 Differences Between American And British Culture

Whitney Kay Bacon | September 28, 2016 | Travel
Drinking alcohol profusely is encouraged at most work events and the rejoicing together the next day with a unanimous hangover.
Grant Farred

Will the real white boys please stand up?

Grant Farred | September 28, 2016 | Sports
Will the real white boys please stand up? Might it be possible to suggest that Mike Ditka, like half of America, has lost his faculties? That he is, at the very least, visually impaired? After all, from Ditka's vantage point, there is nothing wrong with America: "I don't see...
Allan Smith

3 Online Side Hustles That Anyone Can Start Today

Allan Smith | September 28, 2016 | Business
Nowadays, millennials have become obsessed with side hustles. More and more people are spending their evenings and weekends working a second job or building entrepreneurial ventures to boost their income.
Glen Roven

Senior Moments by Williard Speigelman

Glen Roven | September 28, 2016 | Books
I first met Willard Spiegelman in Los Angeles when he accompanied me on my many interminable drives from Santa Monica to my offices in Hollywood. He wasn't there physically but he certainly was a presence: his disembodied voice, narrating the Poetry Course from the Teaching Company--all thirty-odd hours of it--was my constant companion for a month.
Samantha Rodman PhD

10 Marriage Tips For Highly Sensitive Women From An HSMT (Highly Sensitive Married Therapist)

Samantha Rodman PhD | September 28, 2016 | Weddings
A common pairing I see in counseling, and in life (and in my own marriage!) is Highly Sensitive (HSP) female with non-Highly Sensitive male.
Douglas Anthony Cooper

Montreal Mayor Bans Pit Bulls, Proposes To Ban Electric Blankets And Lightning

Douglas Anthony Cooper | September 28, 2016 | Green
Flush with the success of his pit bull ban, Mayor Denis Coderre of Montreal has vowed to pursue further worthless legislation in an effort to ensure that his city becomes scorned worldwide, and ideally an international pariah.
Catherine Chew

How My Corporate Career Complements My Lifelong Sports Dream

Catherine Chew | September 28, 2016 | Women
When I started my first job almost three years ago, I remember feeling great trepidation. Until then, I made all of my life decisions with my passion for showjumping horses as a deciding factor. Showjumping is an equestrian sport that involves navigating a series of obstacles ranging up to 1.6m...
ZEALnyc

A Fresh-Faced 'Fiorello!' by the Berkshire Theatre Group

ZEALnyc | September 28, 2016 | Arts
By Christopher Caggiano, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer, September 28, 2016 You'd think that a musical that won the Pulitzer Prize and tied for the Tony Award for Best Musical (with The Sound of Music, no less), would have found its way into...
Azzam Sheikh

Your Content Marketing Strategy after Real Time Google Penguin Update

Azzam Sheikh | September 28, 2016 | Business
It's official now. Google announced this week that Penguin is part of the core search engine algorithm and will affect real-time searches.
Sam Cohen

Halloween 2016 and The Reawakening of the Force

Sam Cohen | September 28, 2016 | Entertainment
In the last month of 2015, Disney and iconic director J.J. Abrams assembled much of the original cast of the Star Wars series and released Star Wars: The Force Awakens to the delight of many.
Brian Hughes

Are Business Blogs Worth the Time?

Brian Hughes | September 28, 2016 | Business
For busy small businesses, however, the time and resources needed to maintain a business blog can seem to outweigh the benefits. When you're jumping from one demanding client to the next, even finding a few minutes in your day for lunch can feel like an impossibility, much less writing, publishing and sharing the perfect blog post.
William Pierce

I Am Not Leaving The GOP -- It Has Left Me

William Pierce | September 28, 2016 | Politics
With Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, the party is no longer the Grand Old Party. It is now a party led by a demagogic, authoritarian strongman whose rhetoric compares with the authoritarian, anti-democratic strongmen of history.
Nathan Chan

Why Your Marketing Sucks: Old School Tricks in a New School World Doesn't Work

Nathan Chan | September 28, 2016 | Business
By the time they go to school, kids are able to work their way through a piece of technology faster than you can get the wrapper undone.
DJ Louie XIV

The 5 Stages Of 'Perfect Illusion'

DJ Louie XIV | September 28, 2016 | Entertainment
The overly-compressed synths rip through your earbuds and GaGaloo wails in that charming, earnest, theater kid-auditioning-for-Rent way that only she can. The whole thing almost comes off like a bastard stepchild of "Bad Romance."
D.D. Kellington

The Sharks Reveal Secrets For Season Eight of Shark Tank

D.D. Kellington | September 28, 2016 | Entertainment
As Shark Tank continues to be Friday's #1 TV series for its fourth season in a row, the Sharks aim to keep the momentum going by investing over $100 million in deals during the course of this season. And yes, it's really their money.
Kevin Perkins

The First Step Is to Listen: Unlocking Conversations in Development With Radio and Mobile Phones

Kevin Perkins | September 28, 2016 | Impact
How can we include the world's most vulnerable people in the decisions that affect them? It's simple: We ask them. How? By combining the two most powerful communications tools in the developing world: radio and mobile phones. Conversations in development The history...
Chirag Kulkarni

Why Biotech Has Become a Magnet for Investors

Chirag Kulkarni | September 28, 2016 | Business
Innovators in all industries could certainly learn a thing or two from biotech companies when it comes to managing capital.