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Are Political Views Hard-wired?

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Social Networking More Popular than Porn

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Streaming versus Downloading: What Are They Good for?

by: David Jennings

I have a theory that the way we get to know music is a bit like the way we get to know potential mates. After the initial attraction, there's a flirting, getting-to-know-you stage; and then there's a going steady stage. One difference is that, with music, polygamy is fine, and it's OK to be going steady and promiscuous at the same time!

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Buyer's Hubris Harms Revenue Growth from Acquisitions

by: John Caddell

Accenture recently released a report entitled “Leveraging Sales & Marketing to Maximize the Value of Mergers and Acquisitions.” This report quantifies what many people have felt about M&A—as far as growing revenue long-term, it’s not a successful strategy.

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Imagine a Bigger Market and You'll See a Bigger Market

by: Guy Kawasaki

Scientists in two studies at the University of Virginia discovered that softball players and golfers who had good days perceived balls and golf holes as larger than the players who had bad days. The question is, Did this difference in perception cause the player to have better days or did the day's performance cause the players to perceive the ball and holes as bigger?

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What in Hell Do Stories Have to Do with Innovation?

by: John Caddell

Regular readers may be tiring of the constant barrage of story-related posts, or at minimum be trying to figure out how they relate to the title of this blog. Here are some words that I hope tie it together.

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Content Creation Generation

by: Gary Hayes

Pew Internet & American Life Project have just published (2 Nov) a really interesting research paper called "Teen Content Creators and Consumers" with some great stats for those of us involved in grappling with the trends of user generated content amongst other things.

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The Power of 'New'

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Mind Reading Progress

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The Lost Librarians of National Defense?

by: Nancy Baym

Information Week has an interesting article up about Lost fandom. It talks about Second Life recreations of Lost spaces, ABC’s official sites, and Lostpedia, the wikipedia for Lost fans:

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