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Six of the Best

The 99% Invisible podcast isn’t about the supply chain; it’s about design, in all its many forms… but it’s surprising how often something relevant to my interests crops up. 387 more words


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Here are the blog posts I enjoyed most this week.

Amanda Hill writes about remembering painful times while something as simple as making a meal involving peas shucked the summer before brings her right back to the present and its joys, in which she finds our Father’s redemption.  78 more words


I Can't Resist A Good Challenge!

Ice Bucket Challenge Donations Top $100 Million in 30 Days compared to $2.8 million during the same time period last year (July 29 to August 29). 374 more words

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Wonderful post from a fellow blogger who has been living with ALS!

The Rules of Civility

In an era of seemingly uncivil people (cue any Real Housewives franchise slap fest), I recently stumbled upon Rules of Civility: The 110 Precepts That Guided Our First President in War and Peace… 511 more words


Recommended Reading: Katy Simpson Smith's The Story of Land and Sea

Katy Simpson Smith’s luminous debut novel is The Story of Land and Sea*, a careful, spare tale of family in late-eighteenth-century America.

What interested me first in the novel was Paul Yoon’s advance praise; I… 446 more words

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The Lovers, the Haters and How They Helped Drive Innovation at Kraft

The Lovers, the Haters and How They Helped Drive Innovation at Kraft
Knowledge@Wharton | Aug 25, 2014

Like many food companies, Kraft Foods has had to deal with the rising costs for commodities, as well as the changing wants and needs of consumers. 91 more words

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