Issue 15

This is Radio Clash: A Manifesto for Creating a Meaningful Radio Experience
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Published July 1, 2005 - By Fred Jacobs

Radio is under fire. Radio companies think it is about the technology. Fred Jacobs suggests they should start with the listeners.

Let's Rewrite the Constitution to Deal With Organizations
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Published July 1, 2005 - By Art Kleiner

Art Kleiner suggest that organizations are where all of the power lies today and it is about time to recognize that and leverage groups to solving problems. Think open source for government.

Managing With Aloha
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Published July 1, 2005 - By Rosa Say

In Managing With Aloha, Rosa Say discusses how the use traditional Hawaiian values can change your business and how you view the relationship with your employees and customers.

Tomato TomA[h]to
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Published July 1, 2005 - By Tom Peters

In his latest Changethis manifesto, Tom Peters shares many conventional business wisdoms and tells you why they are all wrong.


Issue 14

A Positive Attitude
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Published Feb. 24, 2005 - By Dan Auito

We can all use a little sunshine. Dan's caught a few rays and made them into a manifesto you can take with you wherever you go. He hopes it makes you smile.

100 Ways to Help You Succeed/Make Money, Part 1
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Published Feb. 24, 2005 - By Tom Peters

Tom's back! In this first installment, you'll find 50 short, wonderfully sweet nuggets of advice that you will love, love, love.

Does ANYONE know how to Market? (and will anyone care?)
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Published Feb. 24, 2005 - By Chris Houchens

Go to your bookshelf. Find all the marketing business books you can. Throw them out. Rinse. Repeat. Chris Houchens isn't kidding.

What is Open Source Marketing?
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Published Feb. 24, 2005 - By James Cherkoff

You've probably heard the term and wondered what marketing has to do with Linux. Turns out, everything. Read James' manifesto to find out where marketers go next.


Issue 13

Why Craigslist Works, by Craig
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Published Feb. 8, 2005 - By Craig Newmark

A ChangeThis exclusive: The craigslist founder reveals the values that made craigslist a success. craigslist started as a small email list for a group of friends in Northern California. Ten years later, it's a global phenomenon. In a ChangeThis exclusive, Craig Newmark talks about the values that got his business from there to here.

Dated for Freshness
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Published Feb. 8, 2005 - By Dave Hitt

"It doesn't matter if a law is goofy, or stupid, or downright vile. Once it's on the books, it is likely to stay there forever." Dave Hitt thinks that's ridiculous and argues that it's time we gave every new law a mandatory expiration date.



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