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3 Industries That Haven’t Fully Embraced Social Media

What industries haven’t fully embraced social media?  I can name at least three industries with social media presence but they haven’t fully embraced it.  Embracing means fully interacting with consumers where they are actually providing information, alternatives, customer interaction and

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The Dietetics Board Censors Diabetic Blogger

Why is the Board of Dietetics censoring a blogger?  To answer this, I need to tell you about two characters in this story.  Who will you side with?  On one side is a blogger and on the other is a

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Producing Water from Air in Drought Areas

Can we produce water from air in drought areas?  Yes.  Why’s it important?  It’s simple, the world is running out of land to produce food.  Countries and companies are buying land in other countries to produce food.  Feeding the human

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The House of Straw that Joost Built

Why would anyone want to build a house of straw?  Who’s Joost?  These are normal questions that people would ask.  However, Joost (pronounced “Yoast”) is not a normal person.  This article is dedicated to this man’s dreams and shows what

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Is Apple doing enough to stop the labour issue?

Is the Apple headache on China labour issues solved?  Apple, the company linked with innovation and consumer appeal has a problem.  Its been heavily criticized for allowing chinese people to work in slave labour conditions.   People have heard stories of

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You can bank on us to ….

What has happened to the banks?  In Australia, there are four big players in the banking system.  They are Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), the Commonwealth, National Australia bank ( NAB ) and Westpac.  These four banks control and influence so many

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Starting a New Legacy

If you were a rich man, would you do this?  As a rich man, Bill Gates can do anything with his money.  This is the man who  founded Microsoft through his vision and determination to build a universal system in which

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