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- Repositioning Meetings and Events as Digital Platforms — Skift Meetings
- “More fans have been stepping out of the virtual world and into convention centers — the physical manifestation of an obsessiveness bred by the Internet.” Read more at The Wall Street Journal.
- A pay rise won't make you happy - and here's the reason why
- But it can also be accompanied by a rigidity of thought and obsessiveness.
- Report: Packers showing interest in Matt Forte
- The Bears won't have running back Matt Forte back in their lineup for the 2016 season, but they could still see him on gameday a couple of times.
- You made a jacket out of what? Architecture students use unlikely materials
- “They have a very brief window of experimentation, to give the jacket pattern, and then they have to make it and it has to work,” Olvera said. “This realization that there's no getting out of it leads to the tenacity and the obsessiveness.
- This election is a cabaret, old chum
- The Republican Party has a problem—no one doubts that. “Trump isn't the cause of the problem,” said John Kass in the Sunday Tribune. “He's merely a symptom.
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