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If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - attrib. Albert Einstein
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - attrib. Albert Einstein

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I once worked with a writer who said she lost her energy on a new story if she talked about it too much. Based on this story from Fast Company, I gather that she was an introvert optimizing her productivity.

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"This proposal isn’t just anti-consumer, it’s anti-environment ...," says Sherry Delaney, Director of the Coalition for Home Energy Efficiency, in a guest column for EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com.

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A touching video that brilliantly demonstrates the possibile complexity and depth of a story told simply. by Luke Randall

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These "10 Steps To Designing An Amazing Infographic" from Fast Company not surprisingly could be renamed "10 Steps To Writing An Amazing Data-sourced Story". Good storytelling is good storytelling, regardless of the medium.

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My daughter's April Fool's Day prank: 23 faces of Nicolas Cage creatively hidden about the house.
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Freelancers, reputation branding is key to your future success:

“There are all sorts of contributors in the evolving landscape of news ...,” says Pew Research's Amy Mitchell. “But there are more signs than ever that the reduced reporting power in the news industry is having an effect and may weaken ... [the industry's] credibility with the public at the same time that others are gaining more voice.” 

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Secure cloud-based systems are making this case more and more viable. #salesforce

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Bitly Reinvented

An intriguing offering for anyone who does a lot of online research, news gathering or viewing by topical interest.

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Introducing Google Knowledge Graph

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What's the Real Problem: Facebook's Ads of GM's Cars?

A great insight from Micki Maynard at Forbes.
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