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Anna Papachristos | September 24, 2014
For as long as I can remember, I've always referred to my legs as "chubby stubs" because when you're 4'11" all such body parts tend to grow outward, not upward. Thus, when winter boot season arrives, I typically gravitate toward the shorter varieties because I'm well aware that knee-high boots are reserved for tall women with toothpick limbs. Read more »
Tom Hoffman | September 23, 2014
I help coach a recreation soccer team in our town that two of my children play on. This past weekend, our team played a game in which I realized afterwards that we should have done a better job of substituting players. The other coach and I acknowledged our mistakes, apologized to the players and parents for the oversight, and pledged to balance the playing time for the players going forward. There's a lesson here for companies that fail to own Read more »
Mila D'Antonio | September 22, 2014
In the 1970's when Larry Ellison worked at Amdahl, an IT company that specialized in IBM mainframe, he came across a paper that would serve as the catalyst that would alter the course of his entire life."A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks," by Edgar F. Codd described the concept of Structured Query Language (SQL) he had developed at IBM. Codd's employers saw no commercial potential in the SQL concept, but Ellison did. Read more »
Judith Aquino | September 18, 2014
The last thing I expected to discuss with my hairdresser last week was "Small Wonder," a 1980's television series about a family and its robot daughter. While the hairdresser cut my hair, she seemed determined to keep a conversation going. Questions about current TV shows fell flat since we didn't watch any of the same shows. Read more »
Anna Papachristos | September 17, 2014
When it comes to being social, much has changed in recent years, for even when individuals leave the house to interact with other humans, their smartphones are always close at hand. People live and breathe by the dim glow of their device, speaking with only their thumbs, not their voices. However, Budweiser's latest campaign looks to move beyond 'the new normal' in an effort to bridge the gap between our digital and physical worlds. Read more »
Tom Hoffman | September 16, 2014
EE, the British telecommunications company, recently began offering a new service called Priority Answer that allows customers of its pay monthly and SIM-only plans to pay 50 pence ($0.81 USD) to be moved to the top of the queue for customer service calls when call volumes are high. The new service has created a firestorm in social media and other forums among some customers who are upset about having to pay extra to receive faster support. Read more »
Mila D'Antonio | September 15, 2014
Apple's influence is undeniable. In the first 24 hours since announcing the new iPhone 6 last week, the company took 4 million preorders in the first 24 hours. Read more »
Guest Blogger: Harley Manning | September 12, 2014
I love Europe. I especially love the fact that in a very real sense there is no "Europe" as such: the U.K. experience is not the German experience, which is not the French experience, which is not the Italian experience, and so on. Read more »
Judith Aquino | September 11, 2014
Leaving your wallet and credit cards at home is getting easier as competition in mobile commerce intensifies. Apple, Twitter, Facebook and other companies are offering up more ways to make purchases that blur the lines between online and offline payments. Read more »

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