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Peterborough Solar Array Ribbon Cutting

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New Hampshire is one of the few states that offers virtual net metering to all it’s electrical customers ( 166 more words

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Lose the jargon

One of the podcasts that I listen to regularly is The Good Life Project hosted by Jonathan Fields. The Good Life Project is “a global movement that inspires, educates, connects and supports mission-driven individuals in the quest to live better, more engaged, connected and aligned lives.” 558 more words


Sức mạnh của MIỄN PHÍ

“Niềm vui sướng thuần khiết sẽ vươt qua các trở ngại của vấn đề bám càng”

Đó là một khẳng định trong cuốn sách “Miễn phí – Mức giá tương lai của một cuộc cách mạng” 1,167 more words

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Books, Blogs, and the Long Tail

First things first… What is the long tail and what does it have to do with anything? Creator Chris Anderson defines it as “… the theory that our culture and economy is increasingly shifting away from the focus on a relatively small number of ‘hits’, at the head of the demand curve and towards a huge number of niches in the tail.” 208 more words


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Layaknya ekor pada dinosaurus yang berfungsi sebagai penyeimbang, the long tail hadir sebagai penyeimbang antara permintaan produk hits dan produk khusus.

Berawal dari tahun 2004, Chris Anderson mengutarakan bagaimana pilihan tak terbatas menciptakan permintaan yang tak terbatas.   671 more words

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Wildest Hairstyles in NBA History

Ben Wallace: THE Afro

Drew Gooden: The Duck Tail…

 Andrew Bynum: The Corn Fro

Ron Artest: One of Many Questionable Decisions

Chris “Birdman” Anderson: The Mohawk… 12 more words

Tigers remain the No.1 ranked team in the national division

Written by: Alec Calvillo

After three games in the season, the Riverside City College football team remains the No.1 ranked team in the Southern California’s national division according to a California Community College Football Coach poll. 657 more words