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Over 67,000 trials by the Color Guard can't be wrong.
“Today, full frontal nudity is more common on cable TV than cigarette smoking is in office buildings,” writes Robert Hofler in Sexplosion: From Andy Warhol to A Clockwork Orange—How a […]
In the early 1850s, Daniel McCallum, the General Superintendent of the New York and Erie Railroad, had a problem. At the time, the New York and Erie Railway was the […]
When you think of social media, the first thing that comes to mind is probably Facebook. That’s no surprise considering that as of April […]
A recent article from The Economist, The Cult of the Faceless Boss, caught my attention. Here’s an excerpt: n n In general, the corporate world needs its flamboyant visionaries and raging […]