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#ElectionWatch: Loves For Sale In Brazil – DFRLab – Medium
Ahead of Brazil’s presidential elections, a group of apparently young Brazilians is running a network of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts to trade engagement — likes, followers, and pages — for cash.
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1 hour ago by marshallk
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somebody should be here in replies to this pinned tweet saying "that's fucked up dude." So, here: that's a fucked up thing to celebrate.
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10 hours ago by marshallk
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little Aileen really wanted bangs and was ready to go to any length to get em. and by “any” i mean HELLA UNEVEN.
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13 hours ago by marshallk
Inside Evernote’s brain
Chris O’Neill, Evernote’s CEO, is addressing an audience made up of the company’s employees in a tent pitched on the roof of its parking garage just off Highway 101 in Redwood City, California.
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19 hours ago by marshallk
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If NYC is the “city that never sleeps” then SF is the “city that goes to yoga at 6pm, grabs a burrito on the way home, and passes out by 10 because you’re just like soooo exhausted after a long day”
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yesterday by marshallk
Story Centered Marketing - A New Approach to Marketing Strategy? - Hank Barnes
It’s not hard to recognize that I’m a big fan of storytelling.  It’s the focus of many of my posts and it dominates my client interactions.
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yesterday by marshallk
AI-Driven Leadership | Thomas H. Davenport and Janet Foutty
Thomas H. Davenport (@tdav) is the President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, as well as a fellow at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy and a senior adviser to Deloitte’s Analytics and Cognitive practice.
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yesterday by marshallk
Discussing the State of Artificial Intelligence with Microsoft's Global Strategist, Nigel Willson | CIO WaterCooler | CIOs CTOs & Change Agents
In this episode recorded in London at the CIO WaterCooler Live event, I interview my friend and digital expert Nigel Willson, who is a Global Strategist at Microsoft. We explore the state of artificial intelligence, machine learning, chatbots and much more. We then ponder the AI chasm.
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yesterday by marshallk
Unleashing the power of agile teams | McKinsey & Company
Small, independent teams are the lifeblood of the agile organization. Top executives can unleash them by driving ambition, removing red tape, and helping managers adjust to the new norms.
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yesterday by marshallk
Forget data science; here are 5 jobs skills required by the IoT - Stacey on IoT | Internet of Things news and analysis
It’s no secret that adding connectivity to products can make business models more difficult to service or change them altogether, or that undergoing a digital transformation changes the company culture.
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2 days ago by marshallk
Unite the Right 2018: a Charlottesville car attack survivor speaks - Vox
Aubtin Heydari, a counterprotester at last year’s white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, doesn’t remember when the car hit him. He doesn’t remember the blow to his legs that would keep him in a wheelchair for months.
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2 days ago by marshallk
Strategy vs. Tactics: What's the Difference and Why Does it Matter?
In order to do anything meaningful, you have to know where you are going. Strategy and tactics are two terms that get thrown around a lot, and are often used interchangeably in numerous contexts.
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2 days ago by marshallk
My Voice Got Deeper. Suddenly, People Listened. - The New York Times
My feminist mother taught me to speak up. Now, as a trans man, I am trying to make space for women to be heard. Despite the fact that my voice pitched baritone low, when I spoke, people didn’t just listen, they leaned in.
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2 days ago by marshallk
(Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything
The human race is out-doing itself. We’re faster, smarter, stronger, more emotionally-intelligent and artistically-gifted than ever before.
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3 days ago by marshallk
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Fed-up locals are setting electric scooters on fire, smearing them with poop and burying them at sea
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4 days ago by marshallk
The business imperative for building your brand on rented land
One of the most-repeated mantras in the social media/content bubble (and it is a bubble!) Is “don’t build your house on rented land,” meaning, build your content house on a property you own, like a website.
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4 days ago by marshallk
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It’s a rye manhattan with bourbon cherries kinda night.
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4 days ago by marshallk
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Stunning retail experience. Apple Palo Alto, University
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4 days ago by marshallk
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Happy Friday to everyone except the startup growth hackers
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4 days ago by marshallk
The State of Community Management 2018 Webinar - The Community Roundtable
The Community Roundtable and Higher Logic are excited to present this in-depth look at the State of Community Management 2018 report on Wednesday May 23, 2018, at 1pm ET.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Understanding Patterns in Community Maturity - The Community Roundtable
The Community Maturity Model helps community professionals assess the maturity of a community in the eight competencies and helps illustrate indicators of progress.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Conversations with Community Managers – Oonagh McQuarrie, Massage Envy - The Community Roundtable
Join TheCR’s Jim Storer and Shannon Abram as they chat with community managers from a variety of industries about their community journey. They ask the community questions you want to know the answers to, including:
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5 days ago by marshallk
Differentiating Between Social Media and Community Management - The Community Roundtable
As someone who works with social media managers and community managers, it seems the line between the two types of positions is not terribly clear – and maybe doesn’t need to be – but I think it would be helpful to distinguish between the two.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Community Case Study: Carbon Black - The Community Roundtable
With a global ecosystem of more than 4,000 customers globally, including 33 of the Fortune 100, Carbon Black knew they needed a way to recognize and reward their most dedicated advocates in a way that would both show the value of their contribution and also benefit the wider security community.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Community Case Study: Ensuring Consistent Brand Voice through Community Governance - The Community Roundtable
When we talk about the eight competencies of the Community Maturity Model people tend to get really excited about the work they do for culture, or content and programming. There are even those among us (Jillian, I’m looking at you!) that get super fired up about metrics and measurement.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Pacific Northwest Nazi Networks Exposed in Discord Chats - UNICORN RIOT
Portland, OR – Ahead of this weekend’s far-right “Patriot Prayer” rally in Portland, which is expected to bring many members of violent far-right groups such as the Proud Boys, Unicorn Riot has obtained the logs of a Discord chat server showing months of closely related neo-nazi and far-ri
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5 days ago by marshallk
“Sorry To Bother You's” Detroit is More Radical Symbol than Black Woman | Bitch Media
There’s a phrase that comes to mind when I think of Tessa Thompson’s character Detroit in Boots Riley’s debut feature, Sorry to Bother You: symbolic disrupter. She wears the clothes of a revolutionary. Literally—her clothes are part of her performance-art aesthetic.
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5 days ago by marshallk
POLITICS: Trump admin sees grim climate outcome in car rule -- Tuesday, August 7, 2018 -- www.eenews.net
The last time carbon dioxide levels hit the mark the Trump administration envisions for the end of the century, crocodiles roamed the poles and palm trees existed where glaciers are today. In fact, there were no glaciers — not even in Antarctica.
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5 days ago by marshallk
Why Even AI-Powered Factories Will Have Jobs for Humans
It was going to be the factory of the future. Dubbed the “Alien Dreadnought,” Tesla’s new manufacturing facility in Fremont, California, was designed to be fully automated — no humans need apply.
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5 days ago by marshallk
A surprisingly simple technique for a rockstar product vision: The Ladder of Needs
I was recently asked, “what’s the most important quality of a product manager?” My answer came very quickly: . Why? Because all the other skills we expect in a product manager don’t matter if you can’t sell the team on your vision.
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7 days ago by marshallk
DSC Data Science Search Engine - Data Science Central
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7 days ago by marshallk
What a CEO needs to know about Machine Learning algorithms - Data Science Central
During my first project in McKinsey in 2011, I served the CEO of a bank regarding his small business strategy. I wanted to run a linear regression on the bank's data but my boss told me: "Don't do it. They don't understand statistics".
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7 days ago by marshallk
A Murder in Kansas Shatters the New American Dream | WIRED
Adam Purinton strode toward the patio of Austins Bar & Grill, a black and white cloth tied around his head and military-style medals pinned haphazardly to his white shirt.
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7 days ago by marshallk
Psychedelic Scarab | Howard Rheingold on Patreon
  About 30 inches across, a foot high. 3/4 inch plywood. Acrylic.
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7 days ago by marshallk
The Next 10 Years Will Be About "Market Networks"
[**Disclosure: we are advisors and/or investors in many of the companies mentioned in this post including Honeybook, Houzz, Lyft, Angelist, Poshmark, Doordash, Patreon and Goodreads]
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7 days ago by marshallk
Five Myths Of Digital Transformation - Myth 2 - CIOs Can't Drive
Harness data’s potential for marketing Decode the value of four consumer data types to improve engagement. Many people believe “digital transformation” is not an “IT” thing. While this may have been true when applied to last century’s typical IT group, its should not be true in 2018.
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7 days ago by marshallk
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MarginalRevolution has a wretched conversation about Intersectionality going on in comments today. If you can take a deep breath & dive into this reactionary conservative intellectual consensus, that could be good
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7 days ago by marshallk
Sharpening insights into the innovation landscape with a new approach to patents - Microsoft Research
Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG) is updated weekly to keep up with the pace of scientific discoveries and technology advances. Just a few months ago, in , we disclosed that the graph contained more than 173 million articles. As of July 31, 2018, that number had risen to more than 176 million.
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7 days ago by marshallk
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The next time I make light of someone's injury will be the first time. I should have said how unfortunate you and Ellsbury's injuries are. It came out in a clumsy way. If you took it the wrong way, I apologize and look forward to speaking with you personally.
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7 days ago by marshallk
Three Moves Ahead 180: Thinking Machines - Idle Thumbs Network on Huffduffer
© 2004-2018 The Idle Thumbs Limited Liability Company, San Francisco, California. All Rights Reserved. This advertisement should not be construed as financial, legal, ethical, medical, or existential advice. Please consult your doctor before playing or developing video games.
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8 days ago by marshallk
Should algorithms be in the driver's seat?
Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman thinks so when it comes to reducing noise. Too much noise can be expensive for an organization, but Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman says it can be reduced through algorithms.
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9 days ago by marshallk
Audre Lorde's ABC's of Fighting Fascism | Bitch Media
When I don’t know what to do, I turn to the Lorde. And right now, a lot of us don’t know what to do. It’s Audre Lorde’s birthday on February 18th and American Nazis have major political power and are using it to terrorize the most vulnerable members of our communities.
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10 days ago by marshallk
KQED
Because of the dangers of fighting a fire burning up a hill, crews working in hilly terrain take advantage of the opposite effect, anchoring firefighting operations on the downhill side of a fire and using the slope as a buffer zone as fire will move more slowly downhill.
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10 days ago by marshallk
The Difficulty of Navigating Disability as an Asian-American Woman | Bitch Media
The day my nephew arrived, my family and I circled around in hushed excitement to take turns holding our brand-new family member. He’d arrived a little earlier than expected, but once he rejoined his parents on the maternity ward after a few hours in the NICU, we couldn’t wait to hold him.
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11 days ago by marshallk
Providing Equitable Access to Computing Education | August 2018 | Communications of the ACM
A seat in a computer science classroom is one of the hottest tickets on American campuses today. Undergraduate enrollment in computer science is at an all-time high, and many of the students in those classes (even beyond the introductory level) are non-CS majors.
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11 days ago by marshallk
The Library Music Project Will Surprise and Delight Your Ears - Music - Portland Mercury
For many years, local libraries have allowed patrons to check out physical media—from vinyl LPs to eight tracks to cassettes to CDs—free of charge.
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11 days ago by marshallk
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Six scénarios d'un monde sans travail. Les machines seront un jour capables de remplacer les humains dans toutes les tâches, affirment les experts en #IA Voici six futurs possibles au XXIIe siècle selon l'économiste Gilles Saint-Paul.
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12 days ago by marshallk
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@Google can now alert G Suite admins of government-backed attacks, because making the internet safer makes everyone safer. http://bit.
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12 days ago by marshallk
8 new business insights from MIT Sloan Management Review
Setting goals, superminds, and saying goodbye to structure. Why It Matters Summer is meant for relaxing, but it’s also a time for refreshing ideas. These articles from MIT Sloan Management Review include new ways to set goals, measure success, and embrace technology.
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12 days ago by marshallk
Congratulating the Duo Security Team – True Ventures
It was a hot August day in Ann Arbor, Michigan, when we first met Duo Security co-founders Dug Song and Jon Oberheide eight years ago. They didn’t have an office yet, so we met in the computer science department at University of Michigan. They were so appreciative we flew out.
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13 days ago by marshallk
Wait-and-See Could Be a Costly AI Strategy
Early adopters of AI will share a global profit pool valued at $1 trillion. Will your company be among them? From the dexterity of Amazon’s Kiva robots to the facial recognition in Apple’s iPhone X, artificial intelligence is increasingly sophisticated and accessible.
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13 days ago by marshallk
What Makes A Great CMO In Today's Market 08/01/2018
I spent the last 10 to 15 years doing lots of B2B marketing and speaking to the enterprise. Prior to that, I worked on consumer brands like Disney, Discover Communications and BMW.
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13 days ago by marshallk
R Generation: 25 Years of R | R-bloggers
The August 2018 issue of Significance Magazine includes a retrospective feature on the R language. (I suggest reading the PDF version, also available for free access.) The article by Nick Thieme looks back at the 25 years since the R language was first conceived at Auckland University in 1992.
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13 days ago by marshallk
Scientists aren’t impressed with New York Times’ new story on climate change – ThinkProgress
But the just-released, roughly 30,000 word article by Nathaniel Rich is already being widely criticized by leading scientists, historians, and climate experts.
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13 days ago by marshallk
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Never let anyone tell you that Twitter can't bring you happiness
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13 days ago by marshallk
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Why you don’t let the public name things.
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13 days ago by marshallk
News From the Future -  Issue #10
An Institute for the Future (IFTF) report released today describes a new human rights abuse—state-sponsored online hate and harassment campaigns to intimidate and silence government critics.
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14 days ago by marshallk
In a new book, Bob Woodward plans to reveal the ‘harrowing life’ inside Donald Trump’s White House - The Washington Post
In the worldwide capital of leaks and anonymous dishing that is Washington, secrets can be almost impossible to keep.
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14 days ago by marshallk
An IndieWeb reader: My new home on the internet • Aaron Parecki
I have a new home on the internet. I don’t visit the Twitter home timeline or the Facebook news feed anymore. I don’t open the Instagram app except when I post a photo. I still have accounts there — I just don’t visit those sites anymore.
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14 days ago by marshallk
"So Yeah, We Tried Slack …" - YouTube
We tried to get Adam and the Sandwich video team to make us a video. They didn't want to because "products like that never work". Six months later, they were using it. Seven months later they were in love. A month after that they were shooting this video …Check it out for yourself at http://slack.
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14 days ago by marshallk
Opinion | Transaction Costs and Tethers: Why I’m a Crypto Skeptic - The New York Times
I’m still on vacation, hiking and biking in various parts of Europe. I’m keeping up with the news, more or less, but am only occasionally and unpredictably in a place and condition where I can actually write something and post it.
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15 days ago by marshallk
Training That Workers Will Remember: Six Sticky Tips | Convergence Training
Want some easy tips to follow to make training that sticks? To create training workers will remember and apply on the job? To help you attain the business goals you’re trying to reach?
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15 days ago by marshallk
Focus on 'how' before 'how many' | Oyster
It started with what appeared to be a trivial discussion about a metric.  My client had picked a key measure, the number of partner organizations.  Maximizing the number of partner organizations would help them achieve their top line growth goal.
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15 days ago by marshallk
Too Much Not Enough
This is a podcast about the obsessions of two very intense people. Emma is a musician and an academic who sometimes programs computers. Darius is a programmer who sometimes makes music and publishes academic work.
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16 days ago by marshallk
Standing desks vs sitting: why sitting ISN’T slowly killing you
You’re *sitting* at your desk working away, deep in flow, when you notice out of the corner of your eye someone staring at you.
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16 days ago by marshallk
The Indexes Get Bruised 2018-07-27 Video | Commodities Countdown | StockCharts.com
With the rest of the world doing pretty well, the North American market struggled for the week. The $SPX was up slightly but the Nasdaq and the Russell were down. The Canadian market was also lower. How the rest of world responds next week to the US weakness on Friday will be important.
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17 days ago by marshallk
Opinion | Twitter Made Everything a Joke - The New York Times
The laugh track can get old. In 2011, after years of resisting, I finally signed up for Twitter. I did it to promote a “Jeopardy!” match I was appearing on, against IBM’s supercomputer Watson. It was a crash course in the brutal realities of social media.
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17 days ago by marshallk
How a curvy Instagram influencer won over Kim Kardashian
Who run the world? Curvy girls, if you ask Ciera Rogers, CEO of hip-hugging fashion brand Babes and Felines. In 2012, the Houston native set out to provide sexy clothing for a then-underserved Instagram demographic: curvy women.
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17 days ago by marshallk
How they did it (and will likely try again): GRU hackers vs. US elections | Ars Technica
In a press briefing just two weeks ago, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that the grand jury assembled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller had returned an indictment against 12 officers of Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian General Staff (better known as Glavno
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17 days ago by marshallk
Some Bad Tippers Know How Much to Tip, They Just Don’t Want To - Eater
“I don’t tip because society says I have to,” says Mr. Pink, the crook played by Steve Buscemi in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs. “Alright, I mean I’ll tip if somebody really deserves a tip. If they put forth the effort, I’ll give them something extra.
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17 days ago by marshallk
How Consultants Project Expertise and Learn at the Same Time
Young management consultants may be novices, but they’re sold as experts. Conversely, even experienced consultants, who legitimately present themselves as experts, still feel like novices when they embark on a new project.
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18 days ago by marshallk
www.rtinsights.com
With support from the “big data” ecosystem, the idea of what a “machine” is, as well as how you’ll use them, could transform tomorrow’s manufacturing. Until recently, industrial controls were connected, point-to-point, with input devices, within self-contained networks.
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19 days ago by marshallk
New developer requirements to protect our platform
Since 2006, Twitter’s APIs have given developers the opportunity to tap into what’s happening in the world.
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20 days ago by marshallk
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