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Fractals, Design and Quality of Life

Fractals, Design and Quality of Life

This may be the geekiest post ever on this site.  But it is probably worth reading if you are interested in the effect of physical design on quality of life.  Over at Fast Company’s co.Design blog, architect Lance Hosey writes about some potentially revolutionary research findings. It starts with the fact that researchers have concluded […]

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America’s Hidden Tech Meccas

America’s Hidden Tech Meccas

That’s the focus of a recent piece in Fast Company. We’ve previously highlighted Cleveland’s surprising entrepreneurial culture.  But the folks as Fast Company see the beginning of a seismic shift of tech scenes to what used to be considered the hinterlands of innovation. The reasons for the shift are complex and differ from one city […]

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How to Attract Digital Talent. . .Or not

How to Attract Digital Talent. . .Or not

Fast Company has a unique take on this question, starting from the negative side of the equation: Why doesn’t digital talent want to work at your company? It’s not because you’re a consumer packaged goods company, rather than Google. It’s not because you’re in Ohio instead of Silicon Valley. It’s not because your salaries are […]

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Chart of the Day:  The Incredible Shrinking Amtrak

Chart of the Day: The Incredible Shrinking Amtrak

Ever wonder why (even in a time of rising fuel prices) no one takes the train?  This visual from Fast Company shows the decline of rail passenger service over the past 50 years.  As the article points out, there is potential for reliable train service to replace some short-haul plane service and relieve the congestion […]

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