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Austin is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Eastern Kentucky University. Convince kids that all their friends eat carrots, and carrots become more attractive. Brent McFerran, Ph.D. Less agreeable individuals earn more than their agreeable counterparts. Goal Auzeen Saedi. If you want to control your need for caffeine, dial down your expectations of its benefits. Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. What makes a yogi mad? The New York Times found out, the hard way. Randi Hutter Epstein, M.D.

Understanding Users of Social Networks — HBS Working Knowledge

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Piskorski rattles off some MySpace hotspots: "Alabama, Arkansas, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Florida."

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Goollery Offers Art Based on Google Applications

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Artist Bill Guffey from Kentucky painted scenes from around the world that he saw with Google Street View. Goollery is an online gallery of Google-related projects from people around the world. There are a number of categories: Google Brand, Search, Maps, Earth, Image Search Chrome, SketchUp, Translate, Android, and YouTube. Within each category there is a variety of projects.

Here's a way to start the Peace Talks: See MetroPAL.IS.

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KFC Potholes and Social Network Spotlights

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Kentucky Fried Chicken offer to fix potholes in exchange for graffiti - err sorry - advertising on the hole covers. From The Chicago Tribune : . .

Collaborative Solutions - Six Key Components

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Systems Planning Customized Consulting Keynote Addresses Tools and Resources About Tom Wolff Contact Us Collaborative Solutions A Newsletter from Tom Wolff & Associates Contents of Fall 2004 Collaborative Solutions Newsletter: In this issue: Collaborative Solutions - Six Key Components 1.

The Network Singularity: Connected Communities

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Facilitating Knowlege Flows

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by Steve Borgatti, University of Kentucky Introduction What are the conditions that facilitate knowledge transfer? There are two kinds of issues to consider: relational and structural. Relational refers to qualities of the relationship between two people who might share information with each other. Structural refers to the pattern or structure of relationships across the entire network. Relational Conditions A key relational concept is multiplexity.

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Berry has been protesting mountaintop coal removal in Kentucky since 1964. BLOG Links for the Week -- March 7, 2009. 12,000 year old frieze from Gobekli Tepe stone circle excavation, Turkey, which archaeologists think might be the 'garden of Eden' and/or the birthsite of our civilization.