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Article archive for November, 2014

  • November 25th, 2014

    Win One for the Trees

    Tweet “Imagine if trees gave off WiFi signals, instead of only producing the oxygen we breathe.” That’s how one commenter responded to a clever video that asks, what would it look like if we cared about the environment the way we care about sports? As we explored in an earlier post, it’s vital to achieve [...]

  • November 19th, 2014

    Food, Glorious Food — Oops!

    Tweet Eating. It’s something we all do, perhaps more in the colder months than at other times of the year. With night descending early and dreary weather calling us inside, the kitchen is often a natural place to congregate. This is true even in business — especially considering some of the outstanding cafeterias companies now [...]

  • November 12th, 2014

    Who Maintains A Driver-less Car?

    Tweet In a recent Forbes blog, Peter Diamandis waxes rhapsodic about self-driving cars, which apparently command a huge number of time- and money saving no’s, to wit: NO steering wheel, NO gas pedal, and NO brakes. It sounds a little like riding a trolley (though the latter are controlled by human conductors). No garages, no [...]

  • November 5th, 2014

    Skeleton Key

    Tweet Halloween is past, so why are we writing about skeletons? Because everybody has one; it’s something we all have in common as human beings. We suggest that it’s time to take a good look at our skeletons, metaphorically speaking. Skeletons are composed of bone, which doesn’t require spill containment or spill clean up. What’s [...]