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Innovation Is an Attitude

True innovation has nothing to do with your company size or industry. It's a way of thinking. Here are three ways to make sure you're on the right track. You might think that the business world is split between two camps: companies that innovate and those that don't. Show More Summary

Lorde Finally Met George Brett

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

We learned last year that Lorde's star-making single "Royals" was inspired by this 1976 photo of George Brett. Worlds re-collided in Las Vegas last night, where Lorde's camp had invited Brett to come hang out before her show. Read more...

Orlando Bloom Speaks Out From Syrian Border

He’s one of the world’s best-known actors, so Orlando Bloom is using his fame to draw attention to the plight of refugees at the Za’atari camp. On Thursday (April 10) the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star toured the grounds, near the Syrian...Show More Summary

The Most Stylish Camping Trip In the World

3 days agoOdd : Neatorama

I don't know about you guys, but I love sleeping under the stars and listening to the sweet sounds of nature. I don't love the whole sleeping on the rock hard ground or the way that motorhomes and campers make you feel entirely removed from the experience. Show More Summary

American Top 30: Projecting Klinsmann’s 2014 World Cup roster, 16th edition

With World Cup training camp at Stanford four weeks away, American Top 40 narrows to American Top 30 — the number of players Juergen Klinsmann will submit to FIFA by May 12 as his provisional roster. The 23-man list is not due until June 2, and Klinsmann has suggested waiting close to that deadline to […]

Spring Training

I started out this season with two training camps, followed up by the second World Cup regatta of the year, the Princess Sofia Trophy. This season has been difficult so far, as I have been sick a few times and am still searching for a good coaching situation. Show More Summary

Discovery Channel Preps For Big Leap With 5 Nights Of ‘Everest: Live From Base Camp’

For those who can’t wait to watch that guy jump from the top of Mount Everest on live TV next month, Discovery has a way to get you even more pumped up. The channel that will air Joby Ogwyn’s wing-suit leap from the world’s highest peak will broadcast five nights of live programs from his base camp in the lead-up to the stunt. Show More Summary

The Railway Man

Austere and old-fashioned almost to a fault, "The Railway Man" offers tastefully safe treatment of a horrific subject: the torture of a British Army officer at a Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II. Director Jonathan Teplitzky’s...Show More Summary

A Distinguished Breakthrough for World Women

When the Women in the World Summit in New York opened with Meryl Streep's daughter reading a message from a little girl living in a camp for Syrian refugees in Lebanon, we thought that the humanitarian gesture was meant to ease the organizers' conscience, though blurring the girl's face to protect her was a commendable act. Show More Summary

The Breakout: A point-and-click game with player freedom

Close your eyes and let the shapes rise from the mist: the POW camps of World War 2. See the barbed wire, the watchtowers; feel the distant rumble of violence. Adam Jeffcoat, game director, artist and animator at Pixel Trip Studios, spent a lot of time in these camps as a child. Show More Summary

Colin Firth Attends ‘The Railway Man’ Premiere, Plus First ‘Paddington’ Trailer

Actor Colin Firth attended the New York premiere of his upcoming film The Railway Man, which tells the story of Eric Lomax, a British soldier who was taken prisoner by the Japanese in World War II and taken to a prison camp in Thailand. Firth escorted Lomax’s widow Patti down the red carpet premiere. In

Political drama "Camp David" chronicles messy path to peace

Washington (CNN) – They stood in front of the White House on a sunny day 35 years ago, their hands clasped together and big grins on their faces. The three world leaders, one Arab, one Orthodox Jew, and one born-again Christian, had just signed what would become the Middle East's most enduring peace treaty. And […]

Tom Sermanni Sacked As US Women’s Soccer Coach

Tom Sermanni has been sacked as the coach for the United States women’s national soccer team with immediate effect. Sermanni’s firing is quite the shock as it comes just seven months before the start of the World Cup qualifying campaign. Plus, he had just led his side to a 2-0 win over China on Sunday

American Top 30: Projecting Klinsmann’s 2014 World Cup roster, 15th edition

That is not a typo in the headline: With World Cup training camp at Stanford five weeks away, American Top 40 narrows to American Top 30 — the number of players Juergen Klinsmann will submit to FIFA by May 12 as his provisional roster. The 23-man list is not due until June 2, and Klinsmann […]

Barcelona Members Approve Renovations on Camp Nou

Barcelona have approved a £496 million project to help improve one of the more famous stadiums in the world. Sky Sports, via, provides the latest news on Camp Nou: The radical plans will see the current Nou Camp revamped, its capacity increased more than 5,000 to 105,000 and a roof added. Show More Summary

Holocaust victims and students retell horror in series of plays

When Rena Nudel was being held prisoner in the Janowska concentration camp, she promised if she ever escaped alive she would let the world know the horrors she experienced.

Camp Widow Revisited: Hope and Healing With the People Who Get It Most

"There are times to stay put and what you want will come to you, and there are times to go out into the world and find such a thing for yourself." -- Lemony Snicket Death Sucks. Hope Matters. Widows Rock. Long Live Love. These four simple...Show More Summary

U.S. highs and lows in Mexico draw

  The U.S. national team’s 2-2 draw with Mexico was more about individual performances ahead of World Cup training camp than the outcome. After all, it was just a money-making friendly in front of almost 60,000 at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Americans were terrific in the first half, moving the ball quickly and smartly, […]

Matchday: U.S. vs. Mexico friendly

Six weeks ahead of World Cup training camp, the U.S. national team faces old adversary Mexico tonight at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Playing on a non-FIFA fixture date, neither side is at full power. With Brazil on their minds, both coaches are more concerned with player evaluation for final roster spots than […]

Tim Windell Finds A Summer Camp Exit

Mt. Hood summer camp consolidation is well underway as Windells Camp and High Cascade Snowboard Camp join forces as We Are Camp, LLC. After shaping the world of snow summer camps and creating one of the most popular youth sports training brands in the world, former pro snowboarder Tim Windell appears to be taking a […]

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