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The Best Companies Aren’t Luckier, But Know How To Capitalize on Luck

Ever wondered if the best companies in the world got to be that way just from luck or from hard work? This great New York Times essay explores that very idea and finds that really successful companies aren’t more lucky. But the authors, Jim Collins and Morten Hansen, studied a range of companies and found… Read More »

Yet another test story

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New test page for test augmenter realtime interface

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Inspired by Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we decided to make our own for content marketing: http://t.co/cLg03KclpW pic.twitter.com/xmrN6bwpCo— Contently (@contently) December 12, 2014 Sunsets don’t get much better than this one over @GrandTetonNPS. #nature#sunsetpic.twitter.com/YuKy2rcjyU — US Dept of Interior (@Interior) May 5, 2014 Default view cards = hidden Sunsets don’t get much better than this one… Read More »

Sierra Leone: Ebola expert patients have much to teach

“Who will be 70 years old? Who do you pick to be your father?” Santigie Koroma searches the faces of other Ebola survivors in the room for a “father”. His real father is dead. Then his gaze lights on Hassan Santuray. “Him,” says Santigie Koroma, pointing to Hassan Santuray, “He will be my father.” The… Read More »

Tests Are Fun

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Some­times sim­ple, uncom­pli­cated things are the best. There are times when I just want to make an old stand-by: some­thing that doesn’t fill up my whole dish­washer with dirty bowls. A cake I can make a day ahead of time and know it will still be moist and deli­cious. Ten­der and sweet with choco­late, cin­na­mon,… Read More »

HMC Tweet candidates

1: Here’s a simple project to try for beginners http://t.co/uAlgvcs7q5 — Michelle Williams (@Shelbyart) July 31, 2014 2: Oh just @cococakeland continuing her awesomeness with a strawberry cake! http://t.co/GR06tdL9Rr — Kelly Lanza (@StudioDIY) July 29, 2014 3: this cute and funny #strawberry cake! my easy summer cake DIY for @followcharlotte http://t.co/iJ2ds4LPLX pic.twitter.com/83680hUndw — Lyndsay Sung… Read More »

New post for test new statistics

But PlayStation 4, for all we know, might function just like the Xbox One does when it comes to your game discs. Nobody wants to say yet because they believe that the response will focus too hard on what game buyers are losing – the unfettered ability to rent, lend, and resell discs. What Microsoft… Read More »

Characters of Carnivàle

Show creator Daniel Knauf‘s original story pitch to HBO included elaborate character biographies, which he gave to the actors, the writers and the studio as an overview over the series’ intended plot. These biographies were rewritten before the filming of the first season began. Receiving little to no mention in the series afterwards, the original character… Read More »