Innovation

Fortune's 20 that made history

Could not resist sharing this article – from Fortune on "20 That Made History." From the web site and in the print edition, Fortune editors say "The 20 decisions below helped create the business world as we know it. But that’s not the only reason they are on this list. They’re here because they shed light on how powerful people ...

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Wikipedia

As many of you know one of my new hobbies is working on various Wikipedia entries for the Society. If you don’t know what Wikipedia is, it’s the free-content encyclopedia that anyone can edit.  It has over  500,000  articles so far.  Anyway go check out the American Cancer Society page I created. Feel free to help me edit it!   

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Take the Fabulous at 50 Colon Cancer Challenge

Colon cancer awareness month might be coming to an end but the importance of raising awareness about the PREVENTABLE disease is year-round! Take the Fabulous at 50 Colon Cancer Challenge to test your knowledge of things related to the number 50 and even more, note the point of the quiz — if you are 50 or older, you should get ...

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Powerpoint: Realities of Online Life

This morning I stumbled onto a great powerpoint presentation crafted by the Pew Internet & American Life Group — The New Realities of Online Life. Although pretty basic information, it really speaks to the power of the Internet as a medium and how much it has (and will continue to) change our way of life.

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