THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) Eating local is all the rage. But what about drinking local? You’re already growing your own tomatoes, peppers and basil, because they just taste so much brighter when plucked right out of the soil. And, of course, you are a big supporter of your local farmers and […]
By Dave Hess Browsing the web using a mobile device is expected to outpace desktop browsing within the next three to five years. This explosive level of growth is going to lead many to consider whether “mobile-friendly” is required to supplement their existing website. However, taking such a fragmented approach to the mobile movement could […]
By Jason Stemm (@NYCubsFan) A company lost a leader, an industry lost a visionary and a family lost a loved one yesterday when Steve Jobs passed away. He created and rebuilt a company into something than he may never have imagined as a young man in his parent’s garage. It reminded me of a friend […]
For hospitals focusing on positioning themselves for the pending changes associated with healthcare reform, communication will be a critical ingredient to their success.
By Mike Mulvihill In Monday’s The Harvard Crimson two staff writers posited an interesting macroeconomic/green tech play that could transform China – and the U.S. – through a modern day space race for green technology supremacy. (A role no nation seems too invested in pursuing at this juncture.) The article Green Dragon: China’s $200 Billion […]