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Learned Last Week (39 of 2012)

Here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared last week, received via Twitter, Google+, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. @JAltucher, “Today You Started a Business.” “You demonstrate credibility when … Continue reading

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Learned Last Week (Week 36 of 2012)

Here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared over the last two weeks, received via Twitter, Google+, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. Yvonne Abraham (@GlobeAbraham), “Program Helps Families Create … Continue reading

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Learned Last Week (31st/32nd of 2012)

Here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared over the last two weeks, received via Twitter, Google+, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. And it’s amazing the effect writing a … Continue reading

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Learned Last Week (30th of 2012)

Here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared last week, received via Twitter, Google+, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. @LaineDurr, “Hearing About Dozens of ‘Confirmed Kills’ During a Lap … Continue reading

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Learned Last Week (29th of 2012)

Here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared last week, received via Twitter, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. @CarnegieCorp. “National Research Council Report Highlights Importance of ‘Deeper Learning’.” In … Continue reading

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Learned Last Week

With a hat tip to Harold Jarche (@hjarche) for the form, here are some of the ideas, observations, and insights that others shared last week, received via Twitter, RSS feed, or link round-up. Quotation implies engagement, but not necessarily endorsement. … Continue reading

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