Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pete – In A Perfect World

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Doctoral degrees: The disposable academic | The Economist

A very slim premium PhD graduates do at least earn more than those with a bachelor’s degree. A study in the Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management by Bernard Casey shows that British men with a bachelor’s degree earn … Continue reading

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Pink Ponies: A Case Study

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Nike 6.0 Presents iD Nation on Vimeo

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Il était une fois… les technologies du passé.

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HOW TO: Make Sure Your Smartphone Payments Are Secure

Better Understand Where Your Data Lives Above and beyond everything else, common sense dictates: If there’s enough money in the bank, someone will try to steal it. 7-Eleven only carries $20 cash at night for a reason. Your payment data … Continue reading

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KLM Surprise

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Creative Use Of Video in Web Design: Background Videos – Smashing Magazine

The performance of a website including a background video depends significantly on the speed of the user’s internet connection. Video backgrounds certainly do not fit in every setting; they wouldn’t be meaningful in online magazines or blogs. However, they can … Continue reading

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New Starbucks logo announced | creativebits™

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“Madness of Crowds” or “Wisdom of Groups”? – Improvisations – MIT Sloan Management Review

Co-authored by MIT’s Thomas W. Malone, Alexander Pentland, and Nada Hashmi, along with Anita Williams Woolley of Carnegie-Mellon and Christopher F. Chabris of Union College, the Science story details two studies about how groups perform. The researchers concluded that “group … Continue reading

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