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Risks: Apparent, Actual, and Intelligent. A Lesson from Mushrooms

One of our favorite blogs is Seth’s Blog, by Seth Godin. Seth Godin is an author and speaker who writes for the business world. A recent blog article by Seth Godin dealt with risk, both apparent risk and actual risk.

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Innovation, Social Innovation, and Helping Poverty

I’m so new to blogging that I just found out today (October 21) that October 15 was Blog Action Day 2008. Some 12,000 bloggers banded together to raise awareness about poverty. I’d like to make that number 12,001, albeit belatedly.

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Sites we like…Pogue’s Imponderables

Do you have the answer to any of NYTimes Technology Writer David Pogue’s imponderables? In his column last Thursday, he posed the following questions to his readers. October 18, 2007 Pogue’s Imponderables By DAVID POGUE As a tech writer, I’m

Sites we like…TheBuriedLife.com

“What do you want to do before you die?” If there was a top ten list of most unusual cocktail party questions, I think this would be one of them. Johnnie, Dave, Duncan and Ben, the four men behind www.theburiedlife.com,

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