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Endorphins or ten dolphins?

“When I get a task done, I get a little endorphin shot of satisfaction.” A blogger explains his brain rush with productivity. For many people these endorphins apparently come out during

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Amazon might open 300-400 physical bookstores across America

Amazon already has a physical bookstore open in Seattle. Chicago is due to get two bookstores next year. Portland and San Diego are due to get an Amazon bookstore. Just how many bookstores does Amazon plan on opening? Publishers Weekly reports: Sandy Mathrani, head of General Growth Properties, said in response to a question about […]

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Will Pinterest become the champion of saving online content?

With Pinterest changing its “Pin It” button to “Save” a few months ago, they are focusing on the saving aspect of content, instead of pinning it to a visual board. Pinning, saving. What’s the difference? Pinning something to a board implies short-term use. You have a project going on, and you want to gather information […]

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NPR doesn’t want you to talk on their island

NPR’s decision to disable comments from their site is quite disappointing. On face value, it’s understandable

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Say something funny for each of your #firstsevenjobs

A fun meme called #firstsevenjobs is going around where you list the your first seven jobs. Here’s mine: 1. Ice Cream Artist 2. Sculpture Lab Technician 3. House painter 4. Design Intern 5. Design Lab Technician 6. Art Director 7. Graphic

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