Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The Sift 261-265

The Sift 261: Education, Brain, People and Thought Leadership
  • "I'm your singer..."
  • For True Happiness and Mental Health, Challenge the Myth of the Grass Being Greener on the Other Side
  • The warning signs of defending the status quo
  • Talent or Vendor: Which are you hiring?
  • Stanley McChrystal: Listen, learn ... then lead (TED.COM; 15:39)

The Sift 262: Energy, Environment and Science
  • Brown Goes Green: UPS Purchases 100 EV Delivery Trucks for Its Next-Gen California Fleet
  • Swiss Research Team Creates Rain By Firing Laser Beams Into the Sky
  • Shutting Down America’s Dirtiest Coal Plants Will Not Affect Our Power Supply
  • US State Department Approves the Keystone XL Pipeline
  • Greenpeace Uses Adorable Animals to Encourage Painting Roofs White


The Sift 263: Advertising, Marketing, News and Media
  • Free help = more customers
  • Facebook Ads: 5 Tips for Success
  • The Boston Globe Puts Newspaper Content Behind Paywall
  • Exclusive: NBC iPad App Now Broadcasts Full Episodes
  • What’s a Yahoo to Do?

The Sift 264: Art, Architecture and Design
  • What Ever Happened to Daniel Libeskind’s Original WTC Freedom Tower Design?
  • The Seven National 9/11 Memorial Designs That Will Never Be
  • Plot Your House Color Palette to Evolve Interior Design
  • Walls Notebook: Legal Graffiti in Sketchbook Format
  • LEGO Announces Model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House

The Sift 265: Cars
  • Ford Evos cloud-connected concept car unveiled at Frankfurt
  • Laser Power Systems is Developing Cars Fueled by Nuclear Power
  • BMW to Make Laser Headlights Twice as Efficient as LEDs and 1,000 Times Stronger
  • Opel shows off all-electric One Euro Car concept
  • Electric Audi A2 Concept Will Pack Laser Tail Lights

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