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More Than a Review

Wed, 07 Apr 2010 13:59:05 +0000

Cool Friend John Moore from the Brand Autopsy blog went above and beyond in his review of Tom's new book, The Little BIG Things. John reviews a lot of books. He occasionally gets very creative as with the dramatic readings of Switch or Linchpin. We found it quite remarkable that [more]

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Beyond Excellence:The “Berserk Standard”

Tue, 08 Sep 2009 12:46:18 +0000

Amazon has changed the world. eBay has changed the world. Craigslist has changed the world—put about a zillion nails in the coffins of newspapers, among many other Richter 8.0+ things. Craigslist has more traffic than Amazon or eBay. (Though a private company, Craigslist has a projected market capitalization in the [more]

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The “Berserk Standard”
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High Volt-age Project from GM

Fri, 04 Apr 2008 15:28:56 +0000

General Motors is in the midst of a highly visible project that will reinvent the brand, or provide more evidence that, "GM is a sleeping giant," as a former CEO of Toyota said. The Chevrolet Volt is an electric plug-in hybrid that was introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in [more]

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A Question for the New Year

Fri, 04 Jan 2008 14:37:47 +0000

WOW! What a terrific question from What have you changed your mind about? Why? Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert: "In 2002, Jane Ebert and I discovered that people are generally happier with decisions when they can't undo them. When subjects in our experiments ... couldn't undo their decisions they tended [more]

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Christmas Giving:Not Too Late to Do Good

Thu, 20 Dec 2007 15:48:46 +0000

Sure it's late, but here are a couple of suggestions: OLPC. Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child program is a gem. At you can give a kid in a developing country a laptop for $200 or, for $399, do "Give One. Get One." You give a developing country child [more]

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Not Too Late to Do Good
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And You?

Wed, 24 Oct 2007 12:20:23 +0000

"Foundation" is an intimidating word that brings to mind Bill Gates or Ross Perot. But how about Catalino Tapia? He came to the U.S. from Mexico 43 years ago, at age 20, with $6 to his name. He held a series of jobs, and eventually started his own gardening business. [more]

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On Time, On Budget, but Was It Wow?

Tue, 06 Feb 2007 06:15:11 +0000

Am I the only person who is frustrated at the wave of negativity in the UK media about the 2012 London Olympics? It has been almost sixty years since the UK hosted a Games, and even then the IOC asked London to host the 1948 games when the world was [more]

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All Business

Wed, 23 Aug 2006 18:25:34 +0000

The excuse for our family vacation was Max and Ben's participation in SSWC06, the Single Speed World Championship bike race—in Stockholm this year. Max took a brilliant 10th among 200+ participants, including some pros. Ben, in his first race of this sort, netted a top-half finish among the group who [more]

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Oh My God!

Tue, 25 Jul 2006 15:55:47 +0000

Didn't expect to write another book. 70 hyper-tailored presentations and the Blog are more or less enough. But our Erik Hansen who, along with Cathy Mosca, is co-major domo of the Blog, visited with my UK publisher, Dorling-Kindersley. Special Projects publisher Stephanie Jackson wants a book. So she and chief [more]

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TP Day at inBubbleWrap

Wed, 30 Nov 2005 16:06:43 +0000

Our friends at 800CEORead have put together a venture called inbubblewrap where they are currently offering free books—and other goodies—to people who sign up at their site. And today, five lucky folks have a chance to win a copy of Tom's beautifully designed Sixty as well as a bucketful of [more]

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