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on the tragic news, for some, that the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, the organizations that jointly manage Broadway’s annual Tony Awards, have decided to remove the first-night theater press from the ranks of Tony voters. Some hand-wringers charge that the demotion aids the demise of theater reviewing in major newspapers and magazines. They feel that critics, by asserting high standards, were valuable additions to the Tony decision-making process. Feingold’s eminently sane reaction is flat out happiness that, no longer obligated to be a conscientious Tony voter, he doesn’t have to sit though a lot of what ...
and a number of new underlying operating system features, yet still be compatible with the vast majority of existing Mac software. Development began in 1994 and was underway in earnest by 1995, when the system started to be referred to as System 8 or Mac OS 8 . During development the system started collecting new features at an alarming rate and the completion date continued to slip into the future. In 1996, Apple's newest CEO , Gil Amelio , hired Ellen Hancock away from National Semiconductor and put her in charge of engineering in an effort to try to get development back on track. Instead, she decided it was best to ...
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Doc Searls Weblog · On the Continuing End of Business as Usual
Cluetrain influenced an entire generation of net-heads (as generations are reckoned in what we called “Internet time” back in the paleolithic era), for better and for worse. Better: entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, and accidental entrepreneurs who discovered that talking with people in the normal, recognizable, human voice was both possible and superior to the old third-person/passive-voice corporatespeak. Worse: the floodtide of marketing jerks who mouthed “Markets are conversations” even as they infiltrated blogs and other social spaces with badly disguised corporate communications beamed in from ... market research, surveys and trends
Upon 2020 » WikiLeaks and the End of the Establishment
signals the end of business as usual for the establishment. This publication happens to target the military establishment, but its reverberations will be felt in all parts of society, and eventually, in all countries and regions. Back in the sixties, all the singing and dancing and growing of long hair didn’t really impact the establishment very much. In the big picture, not much has happened since. The released Afghan war diary database contains a description of essentially every single event that happened in Afghanistan for some years. The good, the bad and the ugly. But more importantly, it’s the raw data, and ... market research, surveys and trends

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You will never hear those words spoken in a television ad. Yet this central fact of human existence colors our world and how we perceive ourselves within it. "Life is too short," we say, and it is. Too short for office politics, for busywork and pointless paper chases, for jumping through hoops and covering our asses, for trying to please, to not offend, for constantly struggling to achieve some ever-receding definition of success. Too short as well for worrying whether we bought the right suit, the right breakfast cereal, the right laptop computer, the right brand of underarm deodorant. Life is too short because we ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Talent management: trends that will shape the future. | Labor ...
Talent management practices have developed and adapted throughout the years in response to many changes in the workplace, from the industrial revolution and the rise of labor unions, to affirmative action, globalization, and outsourcing, to name just a few. The 1990s ended with a call-to-arms to fight "the war for talent." While the war for talent clearly has cooled in the early stages of the 21st century, dampened by economic doldrums and concerns with global security, the real battle to attract, develop, motivate, and retain talent is going to heat up considerably. A looming demographic time bomb will make ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Daniel Henninger: Taxes: A Defining Issue
Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit www.djreprints.com If the Obama presidency didn't exist, we would have to invent it. At a time when the American people need to make some decisions about the nation's purpose, along comes Barack Obama to make the choices crystal clear. In one corner of the world you have Europe, beset by a sovereign debt crisis that's been building for 50 years. The U.K.'s new prime minister, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
DAY 1 - Business as Usual on Day One
The media descended on Valley Football Center Monday afternoon in preparation of the first day of fall football practice. The usual suspects were in attendance seeking the usual sound bites from various players and coaches. Quarterback Ryan Katz , defensive tackle Stephen Paea , flanker James Rodgers , linebacker Keith Pankey and head coach Mike Riley were among the most popular for the lunch crowd. News from Valley Football Center Monday includes the announcement that James and Jacquizz Rodgers and Stephen Paea have been added to the watch lists of more national awards. Both of the Rodgers’ are candidates for the 2010 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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LNCS 4294 - The End of Business as Usual: Service-Oriented ...
SOA means the end of business as usual. However, it can only be achieved if leaders possess the knowledge, the imagination and the roadmap to make optimal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
08-03-2010 - Merkley, Levin Urge Strong Implementation of New ...
WASHINGTON – In a letter to heads of the government agencies charged with implementing Wall Street reform, Senators Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and Carl Levin (D-Mich.) today urged strong implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act, particularly the Merkley-Levin provisions limiting conflicts of interest and high-risk proprietary trading. “The law is clear: the risky and abusive financial practices that drove our country into an economic ditch must end,” the senators wrote.  “Now, as you set out to implement this legislation, the American people are counting on you to fully and faithfully follow that ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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I am trying to build a reference section for The Social Media ...
This would be very helpful - its where I am going to start The Social Media Playbook blog, by honoring all the other authors out there in this space (many of which we know personally, and some of which are being emailed right now ;) posted February 6, 2008 in Blogging | Closed Share This Digital Media and Online Marketing Strategist, Speaker, Columnist, Marketer, Blogger - 360i see all my answers Wikinomics is a decent guide to changes with social media, even if it's a little dry and not the most inspiring business book. Taking a step further back and understanding the role search engines play in all this, I'd ...
Now that the Tax Credit is just about over, what can we do, as ...
I've always had pretty good luck staying in close contact with past customers. They are usually the ones who have friends and relatives that are thinking of buying or selling. In my opinion, there isn't much we can do to stimulate the market. It is usually job security and life changing events that cause people to buy or sell a home regardless of interest rates. posted 3 months ago I believe we need to promote the low interest rates and keep in touch with our clients that we just worked with to help the family and friends pursue their dream home as well. posted 3 months ago Staying in contact with customers and clients ...