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April17 Goodies

After Years of Challenges, Foursquare Has Found its Purpose -- and Profits

Hiring the right leaders helped this once-buzzy company meet its potential.

Google could store its data in a test tube | Think Business

Hexiworks, a new company, based in Cork, is developing a way to store enormous amounts of data in DNA. Theoretically, the world's data could be stored in test

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York was born in 1958 in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in Virginia.[1] He received degrees from James Madison University in Virginia and the University of Southern California. He studied in Spain, where he met classical guitarist John Williams. Williams has performed and recorded compositions by York. In 1989, York released his debut solo album, Perfect Sky (Timeless, 1989). He was a member of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet until 2006.[2]

9 Podcast Episodes Worth Discussing

A short playlist to kickstart your podcast listening and an invitation to join The New York Times Podcast Club.

Social Media Platforms Can Be Built Around Quality, Not Scale

Can you measure thoughtfulness, warmth, and the value of ideas?

Saboteur Awards 2017 – The Shortlist and Longlist

Nearly 2,200 people nominated in this year’s Saboteur Awards, and once again we are in awe at the variety of work selected. The four most nominated works in each category have made it into the shortlist, as well as a work selected by one of our editors (spot the * by their name). Voting is now open until 30th April to determine the winners. The results will be announced on 13th May at a special evening event at Vout-O-Reenees. Find out more here.

Building Owners & Facility Executives - Building Operating Management - Facilities Management Magazine

Contnet for facility managers focused on running cost-saving and efficient buildings using current trends and technologies

The Vaults opens at Dogpatch Labs

Dogpatch Labs has developed a new event space in 200-year-old vaults below The chq Building in Dublin’s Docklands.

The History Of Coworking In A Timeline

Coworking is not a new term. The first books which praised the power of coworking, were already published in 1628. Yet they only admired the coworking power of God and its representatives, which also have shown multiple publications in 1645, 1651, 1653 or 1657. The concept changed over time into what it is today: a representation of working independently, but together. Most coworkers work as their own God. They are freelancers who share common values. The most important examples you can find here.

About - GirlCrew

GirlCrew is a platform for women to make new friends. Not keen on going to a concert solo? Find a crew with us. Want to book a vacation but your friends are all coupled up? Find a group of awesome girls to travel with here. Whatever you can dream up, you can do with the crew. Find out more.

Regular Joe

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My Cork Manifesto - Put It To The Testo

"And by the way, New Rule. The next Langer who utters the phrase "De Real Capital" gets strung up by the balls from that Goldie Fish atop of Shandon."Excellent blog post, I really enjoyed reading this and now I starting to think about my own story.

My Cork Manifesto - Put It To The Testo

"And by the way, New Rule. The next Langer who utters the phrase "De Real Capital" gets strung up by the balls from that Goldie Fish atop of Shandon."Excellent blog post, I really enjoyed reading this and now I starting to think about my own story.

A Prairie Home Companion

A Prairie Home Companion with Chris Thile

Welcome To Your Best Source Of Free, Useful & Valueable Knowledge About Marketing

In this episode Joe interviews Tony Robbins and Peter Diamandis – two of the most exceptional entrepreneurs and philanthropists alive today.