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What is the Appeal of Fashion? August 23, 2009

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The appeal of fashion stems from [needs edit]

bergdorfgoodman.com/store/catalog/templates/Entry.jhtml?itemId=cat243844&parentId=cat296610&masterId=cat000000

techdigest.tv/2007/07/opinion_whats_t.html

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The Problem of Perception August 17, 2009

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Why is this a problem? – because perception is the basis of what create everything we believe to be true, it frames our understanding, our actions, emotions, and everything – at the core – that makes us who we are, and how we believe they are.

So really, why is this a problem? – because it predetermines ends. it lessens the value of life and living.

Presuming this is a problem, what is the root cause of this problem? – …needs update

What precisely, exactly, is “perception”? – not even the top academics know anything worth their salt. as they said “so many questions, so few answers.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perception

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Different Cups of Tea August 17, 2009

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principally you travel earth for tradition, and you travel the Web for innovation. you leave tradition behind when you say arrivederci while you don’t hear that often on the Web.

lonelyplanet.com/italy/tuscany#video-ltv-D72E4D31003B5581

3 Properties of Benefits (1 out of 2) August 9, 2009

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a benefit has to have at least one, if not all, of these:

  1. be unique (cannot be gained in equal proportion elsewhere from doing other things)
  2. have real impact (with observable and probable results)
  3. solves a problem (or realistic, potential future problems)

otherwise, it’s not a benefit. a benefit needs to be fairly complemented by costs if any publishing source likes to become a respectable one: audio.tutsplus.com/articles/general/the-benefits-of-learning-to-play-music/

Why do Projects Fail? 1 out of 3 August 6, 2009

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why do projects like spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=5413 or insignificant ones like emsgamers.com/ fail? “For example, NASA did not complete a project plan or develop sufficient information.” here’s a brief list:

1 bad leadership/poor communication (the first one is nothing new)

2 no project plan, no idea what the project really is

3 vague requirements

4 inefficiency and wasting everyone’s time

i wouldn’t really recommened buying one of the thousands of “leadership” books on amazon, but for some people, it could help.

thespacereview.com/article/372/1

codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000588.html

For example, NASA did not complete a project plan or develop sufficient information