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What You’re Saying
The Wrong Sort of PR - Martin Flaherty - 0 comments
I was sent a link to a video posted on YouTube.com. The link...
Appreciating what means most - Curt Rosengren - 3 comments
My parents were up to visit over the weekend. I always enjoy...
Male Fashion-Plates Unite! - Kevin Salwen - 6 comments
Once again, guys get hosed at the office. In USA Today today...
A Little Privacy, Please - Kevin Salwen - 4 comments
Cablevision is in the news today and you should care. It's n...
Your Nervous Habits, My Nerves - Anita Sharpe - 5 comments
I was at a meeting earlier this week where a woman, who, if ...
Listen up, shut up and get happy - Michelle Medley - 2 comments
Have you heard? Companies are now paying "nicheperts" to bre...

What You’re Saying
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Thursday, October 12, 2006 9:50 AM
The Wrong Sort of PR
Martin Flaherty on Environment & Sustainability

I was sent a link to a video posted on YouTube.com. The link took me to a video of Patrick Moore, one of the founding members of Greenpeace who left the organization in the mid '80's and began working with corporations on environmental issues. His former colleagues and a number of those in the activist community view him as something of a turncoat and sellout. (I've met Pat and have found him to b...


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Wednesday, October 11, 2006 12:00 AM
Appreciating what means most
Curt Rosengren on Life

My parents were up to visit over the weekend. I always enjoy having them around when they come, but I noticed that this time I appreciated it more than usual. In August, my parents and my aunt were in what was inches away from being a full-highway-speed head-on collision. They were on a two lane highway in Glacier National Park, and an oncoming driver had fallen asleep at the wheel. My aunt cran...


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Tuesday, October 10, 2006 2:10 PM
Male Fashion-Plates Unite!
Kevin Salwen on Culture

Once again, guys get hosed at the office. In USA Today today (it always amuses me to write that goofy sentence construct), a trend piece examines the growing trend of big animal prints in office fashion. Women are showing up in panther, leopard, cheetah and other roaring prints "to even the most conservative of workplace settings. The safari style has been spotted on a pack of professionals, inclu...


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Monday, October 09, 2006 12:32 PM
A Little Privacy, Please
Kevin Salwen on In the News

Cablevision is in the news today and you should care. It's not because the owner of cable networks, the New York Knicks and Madison Square Garden owns a bunch of famous properties. It's because the company is about to go private, to be taken off the stock market by the Dolan family. And it's part of a trend that I predict will do nothing but accelerate.   Why? Start by listening to this quot...


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Saturday, October 07, 2006 4:25 PM
Your Nervous Habits, My Nerves
Anita Sharpe on About Work

I was at a meeting earlier this week where a woman, who, if she clicked her pen once, she clicked it 200 times. Nevermind that everyone in the room could hear it -- no different from a beeping cell-phone. Nevermind that lots of people looked at her and cleared their throats in that certain way that communicates annoyance to all but the most oblivious.   Later at the airport, a man plopped do...


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Friday, October 06, 2006 10:00 AM
Listen up, shut up and get happy
Michelle Medley on Humor

Have you heard? Companies are now paying "nicheperts" to break the dish. You know, stop the juice. Plug the leak. Nip it in the bud. Choke the vine. I'm talking about office gossip. It's gotta stop.   I got the download from "Time," which said a new breed of consultants is being paid to help workers shut up and get happy. So have you heard about those Gossip Stoppers, who do the "likeability...


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