Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Sift 241-245

The Sift 241: Education, Brain, People and Thought Leadership
  • Is your anger killing your art?
  • How to Use the Power of Silence to Be Heard
  • How Decision Fatigue Zaps Your Willpower (and What You Can Do About It)
  • Ambition Becomes Counter-Productive When You Expect Things to Go As Planned
  • Stefan Sagmeister: 7 rules for making more happiness

The Sift 242: Email
  • Keep Emails Brief, Organized, and On Topic to Get Responses from Busy People
  • Gmail's Newest/Oldest Pagination Features
  • How to Email as Many Photos as You Want from Your iPhone
  • PowerInbox Runs Facebook, Twitter & Groupon Inside Email
  • Why using a no-reply email address is a no-no

The Sift 243: Apple
  • Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple
  • Apple in Talks to Bring iPhone to China Mobile
  • TouchPad Is the iPad’s First Victim, But Likely Not The Last
  • Starbucks Now Offering Free iPhone Apps With Your Purchase
  • Why is LTE equipment being installed in an Apple Store?

The Sift 244: Energy, Environment and Science
  • Solar Systems Increase The Value Of Homes By $5.50 Per Watt Installed
  • Massive 550 Megawatt Solar Project Cleared for Construction in the California Desert
  • The New Energy Storage Device That Could Charge EVs In A Minute
  • Urban Farming Movement Sweeps Across Havana, Cuba Providing 50% of Fresh Food
  • 13-Year-Old Makes Solar Power Breakthrough by Harnessing the Fibonacci Sequence

The Sift 245: Finances, Banking, Business and Acquisition
  • HP May Spin Off Consumer PC Business & Make $10B Software Acquisition
  • Twitter Acquires Social Analytics Company BackType
  • Deposit Checks with Your Phone
  • Facebook, Google & Apple Not Trusted in Mobile Payments
  • Is Mobile Banking the End of Cash?

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