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Writing for Radio

Writing for radio.

In a visual world, I still love giving people an earful.

I’m not here to sell you on the fact that that radio is the hot, happening online media of the future. 431 more words

Innovation

Making schools safer in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak

When the President of Sierra Leone announced that schools would reopen this Spring even if Ebola cases weren’t down to zero, we knew we were in for a challenge. 806 more words

Insider

The rise of the co-Founders

It is no longer a technology race, its a marketing race. Almost any software can be built or copied at a similar quality, its all up to marketing and customer grabbing at early stages of the product life cycle.

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Egypt

Maintaining Relationships with Readers as They Cross Affiliations

Commencement is a joyous event at every university, one where almost no one is thinking about scholarly communications. But it also signals a moment where thousands of authorized users of licensed e-resources lose access, as they graduate from their student status. 747 more words

Technology

Amazing photo of attempted landing of SpaceX rocket

From space.com, a nice post recapping the last attempt to land a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster on an ocean-going drone platform:

Over at io9.com there are some other interesting comments, too.

Innovation

Q & A with Author Mark Clifford on "The Greening of Asia"

The following post comes courtesy of Sinosphere, the China blog for The New York Times.  Like a flower poking out of the cracked pavement of a concrete jungle, this is another hopeful sign that ‘The Greening of Asia” is starting to blossom. 1,127 more words

China

RENK AG and LOESCHE present COPE-Drive at Hannover Messe

In 2014 LOESCHE GmbH and RENK AG commenced their joint and exclusive marketing of a new drive concept with the designation COPE gearbox. The drive for LOESCHE raw meal, clinker and slag mills, jointly developed by RENK and LOESCHE, has been very well accepted by the market and was possible to be sold repeatedly. 174 more words

Engineering