Issue 11

Fixing Venture Capital
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Published Jan. 11, 2005 - By Joel Spolsky

Software developer and popular blogger JOEL SPOLSKY shares a few venture capital truisms that every founder would do well to hear.

Information Networks Archive: Infographics
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Published Jan. 11, 2005 - By Information Networks Archive

A special treat: 7 beautiful, easy-to-understand, and jaw-dropping graphics by the Princeton INA. See a whole new perspective on our world. Charts cover: - Global Arms Trade - Global Tobacco Trade - U.S. Gov't Red Tape - World Transportation - Declining World Water Supply - The Global Movie Business - Multinational Co

Shhh
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Published Jan. 11, 2005 - By Draplin Industries Design Company and Coudal Partners

Don't let jerks with cell phones ruin your day. Print, cut out, problem solved. Welcome to the Society of HandHeld Hushing.

Two Tomatoes
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Published Jan. 11, 2005 - By SectionZ

Ever wonder if locally-grown produce is actually better? This ONE PAGE chart will show you the difference.


Issue 10

Dear Hollywood: Great Movies can Make Money, Too
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Published Dec. 14, 2004 - By Mark Ramsey

For every Spider-Man 2, there are a dozen Catwomen. For every Alien, a dozen Alien vs. Predators. Hollywood knows how to produce, write, and direct great films; it's just that they so rarely bother to make the effort. Between the niche Indie and the brainless blandbuster are the great movies that thrill our senses and move our hearts. Bette

Don't Buy This Shirt Unless You Need It
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Published Dec. 14, 2004 - By Yvon Chouinard and Nora Gallagher

He's built a global premium retail brand using high-quality materials and a core commitment to improving our world. Now find out why the FOUNDER OF PATAGONIA believes it's time for you to buy less.

The Liberty Manifesto
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Published Dec. 14, 2004 - By P.J. O’Rourke

Best-selling author P.J. O'ROURKE has a message for you: "I don't know what's good for you. You don't know what's good for me. We don't know what's good for mankind." Read his manifesto to find out why he says government should be against the law.

The Long Tail
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Published Dec. 14, 2004 - By Chris Anderson

Editor-in-Chief of Wired, CHRIS ANDERSON says that the future belongs to those that serve the millions of untapped niche markets as well as they serve the masses. Read his manifesto to find out how unlimited shelf space and personalization can revolutionize your business.

The Tyranny of Email
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Published Dec. 14, 2004 - By Ole Eichhorn

Overwhelmed by email? Tired of non-sensical barely-English missives from coworkers? Wondering how an entire day can go by without any work getting done at all? OLE EICHHORN has a few simple suggestions.


Issue 9

The Art of Alpha Female Blogging
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Published Nov. 30, 2004 - By Halley Suitt

As blogging has crept into the mainstream, the question's no more "what's a blog", but why or how do you blog? Halley Suitt, author of one of the most popular blogs, explains her own unique perspective.



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