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Fortune
A $49,500 School for EntrepreneursYoungblood, who’s 6 feet tall, was accompanied by two male classmates, one from
A $49,500 School for Entrepreneurs
Fortune / Posted yesterday
Youngblood, who’s 6 feet tall, was accompanied by two male classmates, one from Georgia (the country) and another of Middle Eastern descent. “We were three intimidating guys trying to sell children’s products to stay-at-home moms,” he recalls... Read more
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The Atlantic
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?presidential press conferences, and treating their nightly news shows as presti
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?
The Atlantic / Posted 5 days ago
presidential press conferences, and treating their nightly news shows as prestige loss-leaders aimed at telling a broad Middle American audience what it needed to know. “I grew up when broadcast news was a duopoly,” the longtime anchor Tom... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Six Very Clear Signs That Your Job Is Due To Be Automatedto rue the fact that he didn’t react sooner to the arrival of an "intelligence
Six Very Clear Signs That Your Job Is Due To Be Automated
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
to rue the fact that he didn’t react sooner to the arrival of an "intelligence greater than man’s"—in his case, Martians landing on earth. Comparing himself to a comfortable dodo in its nest, he imagined those ill-fated birds also dithering as... Read more
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The Space Review
Stories of cislunar suspense: Literary adventure on the near frontier (part 2as dissolve into a new form of corruption and warlord-led tribalism, and this l
Stories of cislunar suspense: Literary adventure on the near frontier (part 2
The Space Review / Posted 29 days ago
as dissolve into a new form of corruption and warlord-led tribalism, and this left writers looking for new enemies, from corporate baddies to Asians with cryptic agendas. The Space Shuttle was ramping up its tempo of flights, boldly going where... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Integral to Canada’s economy, immigrants deserve more supportstone buildings. His grandson, my father, left university in 1940 to volunteer
Integral to Canada’s economy, immigrants deserve more support
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
stone buildings. His grandson, my father, left university in 1940 to volunteer for the Winnipeg Rifles and found himself landing in the first wave on D-Day. He had already married a girl he fell in love with in England while waiting to be sent to... Read more

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