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Enjoy Those Games, But DIY Brain Training Won’t Make Your Brain Feel Young Again | Co.Exist

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fastcoexist.com - Everybody wants a better brain. Something faster, more focused, and more juiced with good ideas would be nice for everyone, probably. As my colleague Sarah Kessler pointed out last month, software ...

Understanding “New Power”

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hbr.org - Power clearly isn’t what it used to be. We see Goliaths being toppled by Davids all around us, from the networked drivers of Uber to the crowdfunded creatives of Kickstarter. But it’s difficult to ...

Here Are Some Ideas For Rethinking Black Friday, Courtesy Of... A Bank | Co.Create

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fastcocreate.com - A dad and his two kids rise at the crack of dawn the day after Thanksgiving and pile into the car, hoping to beat the rush on Black Friday. One wouldn’t be out of line to assume that they are heade...

Conscious Travel and the Decisions We Make

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gogreentravelgreen.com - Conscious Travel: As I write this article, I have to tear myself away from the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam that is trained on the nest of two eagles in the process of laying and caring for their se...

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Mobile Shopping: Shopular Unwraps It This Holiday Season [infographic]

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dailyinfographic.com - Shopular.com, the leading mobile couponing and shopping app available for free download from Apple iTunes and Google Play, reveals how Santa – along with shoppers across America – will be using the...

Caeden Linea N° 1 Headphones - Cool Hunting

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coolhunting.com - While there are plenty of cleanly designed headphones out there, NYC's Caeden has just launched the Linea N° 1 and it's beyond attractive. We found, while testing out the Convex Carbon and Gunmetal...

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Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Sleuths: Using Data for More Sustainable Buildings - Microsoft Green Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

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blogs.msdn.com - Nearly 70 percent of all electricity in the United States goes toward building operations—heating and cooling systems, lighting, ventilation and plug loads—and over 80 percent of carbon dioxide emi...

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