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10 Stories You Need To Know Today
1 february 2013
NY Times gets hacked, Andreessen predicts the end of retail and a World of Warcraft movie in the works...links to start your day with.
Dad Busts Daughter’s House Party With Energy-Monitoring App [Headlines]
2 april 2012
Being able to see that the lights and air-conditioning were on in the house when no one was supposedly home ruined the secret.
The Atlantic’s Online Ad Revenue Exceeds Print [Headlines]
22 november 2011
In October, 51% of the magazine's advertising was digital, which interestingly was not due to a decline in print revenue.
What Is The Relationship Between Creativity, Happiness And Equality?
12 october 2011
A resourceful analysis indicates that a nation's global creativity index can not only lead to higher economic development, happiness and competitiveness levels - but also to the socio-economic equality of its citizens.
The 30 Most Valuable Internet Startups In New York [Headlines]
10 october 2011
Tumblr, ZocDoc, and Gilt Groupe top this list compiled by The Atlantic.
The 20 Brands With The Most Loyal Customers [Headlines]
4 october 2011
Apple has two products at the top of the list, but Amazon takes the number one spot.
Estimating The Damage To The U.S. Economy Caused By Angry Birds [Headlines]
19 september 2011
Alex Madgrigal of The Atlantic calculated how much the mobile game has cost American companies in lost wages.
Americans Eat 42 Pounds Of Corn Syrup Annually [Headlines]
14 september 2011
A recent study shows that the amount of sugar Americans consume far exceeds the American Heart Association's recommended amount.
What Is The ‘Tipping Point’ When A Minority Wins Over A Majority?
12 september 2011
A recent study suggests that the tipping point is surprisingly only 10% of people within various networks. Minorities do rule.
Uniting Work And Play To Promote Innovation
3 may 2011
An article in The Atlantic examines America's creativity crisis and the ways 'play' could serve as potential antidote.
George Parker: Forecasting The Future. Art, Science, Or Bullshit?
25 may 2010
George Parker is the perpetrator of adscam.typepad.com. Every week he shares his opinions on the advertising world with PSFK.
6 Lessons In Successful Retailing From QVC
24 may 2010
While it may not seem obvious at first, there are a number of lessons to be learned from QVC's successful operation.
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