Monthly Archives: July 2012

Originally posted on Mashed Musings:
Dear Indian Film Industry (IFI), I am writing this letter with a heavy heart. There was a time when I loved you like crazy. Now all I feel is apathy. There are times when you…

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Your Morning Routine Make Your Career

Guest Post by Carol Brown “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle Think of your home as your base camp of operations from which you attack the day. Are you … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Open Geography:
In May this year two companies worth a combined $1.23 billion in market capitalization tendered hostile bids to buy each other. The bids were rejected, and confidential talks between the companies broke down in a…

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THE DIRT While the U.S. interior department sees the great value of restoring rivers, preserving “landscapes of historic national significance,” and expanding urban parks, there’s a new focus on justifying the money that goes into conservation and park projects by citing jobs numbers. In a speech at Greater … Continue reading

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