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I’m sure by now everyone has heard about how Roseanne Barr and Spike Lee have terrorized the family of George Zimmerman (and even some people completely unrelated to the case) by activating their social networks in an act of Twitter Vigilantism for their own personal brand of justice. So, doesn’t that prove my point that… Continue Reading Tech Talk: Roseanne Barr’s Twitter army and the fall of social media

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People on the Move – April 6, 2012

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Stephannie Finley has been named the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs executive director of university partnerships and advocacy. Finley was the governmental affairs and public policy president for the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, now merged with Economic Development Corp. She begins at UCCS April 9. AT&T appointed Jenifer Robertson vice president and… Continue Reading People on the Move – April 6, 2012

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Kudos! – April 6, 2012

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Bob Condron given 2012 Keith Jackson Eternal Flame Award Bob Condron, who retired from the U.S. Olympic Committee on Jan. 26, 2012 as longtime director for media and public relations, will be honored as recipient of the Keith Jackson Eternal Flame Award as well as a CoSIDA Lifetime Achievement Award this summer at the national… Continue Reading Kudos! – April 6, 2012

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On the Horizon – April 6, 2012

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April 6 CC business seminar series David Mushinski, professor of economics at Colorado State University, will present “Gender Difference in the Impact of Preferences on the Decision to Become an Entrepreneur” at 4 p.m. in Palmer Hall, 1025 N. Cascade Ave. as part of the economics and business department seminar series. Mushinski teaches graduate and… Continue Reading On the Horizon – April 6, 2012

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Even with breathtaking advancements in technology, the world is still, well, the world. That means vast opportunities exist in the global marketplace, while real threats loom. Unfortunately, serious questions lurk about U.S. policies regarding those opportunities and threats. As for the opportunities, consider the vast increase in U.S. trade during the past 50 years. In… Continue Reading International opportunities and national security threats

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On style and substance

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When logic was formalized in ancient Greece, it separated arguments from those who made them. Arguments should be tested as valid or not on their own merit, rather than on the credibility of those making them. At times, we forget this simple principle. The legal system doesn’t help, either. In case after case, lawyers and… Continue Reading On style and substance

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Don’t stress, embrace your busy life

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Some people handle stress better than others. Some brag about their stress levels as a badge of honor. We’ve all seen or heard that person who constantly complains about being “stressed.” They are vocal about feeling overwhelmed and may even use it as an excuse. If every small thing is a source of anxiety, not… Continue Reading Don’t stress, embrace your busy life

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Local economist Tucker Hart Adams recently wrote, “If you live long enough, you will get old.” Continue Reading Age-appropriate business: As county ages, business opportunities mature

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Downtown advocates know that one of the primary ingredients for revitalization is residential development, but apartments are going up everywhere around the city except in the urban core. Continue Reading Developers opting not to build apartments downtown

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Jan Erickson woke in the middle of the night from a dream and sketched a design for a loose fitting woman’s jacket that would become a signature piece of her future business, Janska clothing … Continue Reading Local clothing line, Janska, filling national niche

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