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AsapScience Explains What Happens After You Flush Your Poop
http://youtu.be/hMIHFR_P7QY In "The Poop Cycle," AsapSCIENCE explains what happens to your poop after you flush it down the toilet. AsapScie
Americans love their smartphones more than sex, showering, and church
Apparently we love our smartphones. More, perhaps, than our spouses, God, or personal hygiene.
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Microsoft today announced a strategic partnership with Best Buy and Future Shop. The company plans to build Windows Stores in 500 Best Buy l
@Greg2dot0's Blog » Blog Archive » Selling Social Business to the CFO
(Originally posted on the Enterprise Strategies Blog: http://enterprisestrategies.com/2012/08/29/bizval/). In the social business arena, man
At IBM Connect, IT execs talk about betting on enterprise social
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Improving collaboration, breaking down silos, and innovating better. Wha...
I’ve been in the Enterprise 2.0/Social Business space for almost 5 years now, and have been both on the customer and vendor side of the tabl
@Greg2dot0's Blog » Blog Archive » Why Google+ is not an Enterprise Soci...
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Selling Social Business to the CFO | Enterprise Strategies
Should executives invest in social business? What is the ROI of Social Business? How can you sell Social Business to a Chief Financial Offic
Re:Re:Fw:Re: Workers Spend 650 Hours a Year On Email
You spend more than a quarter of each work week digging around your inbox. Think about it.