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I’m now a year and a half into my first proper journalism job. After graduating from the school of Janet Murray as a journalist’s apprentice in April last year, Music Week – the m…
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Just because someone’s evil doesn’t mean they can’t teach us something worthwhile, and the millionaires of the world are no different. Even though you may consider some of them evil, there’s no doubting that they know how to amass a fortune. With that in mind, here are just a few of the most applicable tips from evil millionaires (money laundering not included).
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Emotional Agility
Emotional Agility
How effective leaders manage their negative thoughts and feelings
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Emotional Agility
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Synopsis - A kid visits Salina Turda's amusement park, built on an old salt mine in Romania. Un enfant visite le parc d'attraction de Salina Turda, construit dansune ancienne mine de sel en Roumanie. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A film by, Emmanuel JAMBOIS - emmanueljambois@gmail.com http://www.linkedin.com/pub/emmanuel-jambois/27/a94/3b6/en Co-directing / Modeling / Technical Lead / Lighting / Shading / Compositing Florent BENITO GUYOT - fl.benito@yahoo.fr http://fl.benito.free.fr Co-directing / Modeling / Rigging / Layout...
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Amazon and the "profitless business model" fallacy — Remains of the Day
Amazon and the "profitless business model" fallacy — Remains of the Day
[DISCLOSURE: As always when I write about Amazon, I'll note I worked there from 1997-2004 and that I still own some shares in the company. I still have many friends who work there, though I have no more idea what Amazon is working on now than any of you in the public.]  With every quarterl
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Amazon and the "profitless business model" fallacy — Remains of the Day
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President Obama has had to watch his signature achievement be held hostage by that most banal of captors: a clunky computer system.
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Whither Liberal Arts? The Missing iPad Story
Whither Liberal Arts? The Missing iPad Story
This is part one in a series on last week’s iPad event. Part 1: Whither Liberal Arts? | Part 2: The Missing “Why” of the iPad | Part 3: The Magical iPad Steve Jobs closed the Janu…
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Whither Liberal Arts? The Missing iPad Story
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In mobile, particularly in consumer markets, there has been an ongoing debate about when or if Android will become the first platform that sophisticated startups develop for. Often times, this argument is wrongly centered around vanity metrics for Android such as worldwide shipments or installed base of each platform. The reality is that platform constraints […]
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Charles Duhigg : Search Results
Charles Duhigg : Search Results
Longreads features the best storytelling on the web from hundreds of publishers. Story picks include longform journalism, short stories, in-depth interviews, and even historical documents.
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Charles Duhigg : Search Results
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Marko Karppinen, part of a digital-publication platform company, argues that Apple’s Newsstand is a bad place for publications to be. Glenn Fleishman, publisher of The Magazine, can’t disagree.
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Facebook ad profit a staggering 1,790% more on iPhone than Android | VentureBeat
Facebook ad profit a staggering 1,790% more on iPhone than Android | VentureBeat
A study of more than 200 billion ads on Facebook says that mobile ads on iPhone generate 1,790 percent more return on investment than ads on Android. Even worse, advertising on Android actually costs more than it returns. The study is by Nanigans, one of the biggest buyers of Facebook ads, and it focuses on […]
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Facebook ad profit a staggering 1,790% more on iPhone than Android | VentureBeat
The Distress of the Privileged | The Weekly Sift
The Distress of the Privileged | The Weekly Sift
In a memorable scene from the 1998 film Pleasantville (in which two 1998 teen-agers are transported into the black-and-white world of a 1950s TV show), the father of the TV-perfect Parker family re…
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The Distress of the Privileged | The Weekly Sift
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With social media mistakes, the advice to avoid them is counterintuitive - sometimes even controversial. Still, those advice are sometimes the best kind.
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