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How research pushes the boundary ...

Research is often characterised as the act of intense and structured search. Though this view is not wrong, it doesn’t get to the core of what research is and what it is about. 780 more words


Living with Globalization

This post has been in limbo for quite some time and was triggered by a most unlikley source: the recent merger of Burger King and Tim Hortons. 559 more words

Business & Economics

10 George Orwell Quotes That Predicted Life In 2014 America

George Orwell ranks among the most profound social critics of the modern era. Some of his quotations, more than a half a century old, show the depth of understanding an enlightened mind can have about the future.

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Pushing the boundaries - Prologue

There are two distinct boundaries in the innovation landscape I have described in previous post (see the initial chart and the rules and tools). One boundary separates the known ideas from novel ideas. 277 more words


Hundreds evacuated after more than 300 earthquakes herald ANOTHER ASH CLOUD

Scientists detected about 300 earthquakes in the area around the Bardarbunga volcano since Tuesday, which could herald an eruption.

The volcano, in the north-west region of Iceland’s Vatnajokull glacier, could be set to spew out a huge ash cloud.

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Free Local Classifieds - Give way to your business

  To earn the living, many are equipped with the business and need to explore more in it. To run the company and trade smoothly and comfortably, one must take the appropriate decisions and assists in successful work. 412 more words


Rules and tools

So far I’ve charted the innovation landscape along two axes: the demand for problem solutions and the supply of ideas for potential solutions. And I’ve separated both axes into what we already know and what is new.  923 more words