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MAC Unsung Heroes: MAC Fleur Power Blush

The long-running Unsung Heroes series here on Makeup and Beauty Blog features some of my all-time favorite permanent collection products. ‘Tis the season for smoky eyes, fa-la-la-la-laa-la-la-la-laaaa! But there isn’t just one season...Show More Summary

"Some Big Changes in Macroeconomic Thinking from Lawrence Summers"

This post's title refers to Adam Posen's blog post about the keynote address by Larry Summers: "Is It (just) Hysteresis? Disentangling the Cyclical from the Structural," Conference: Making Sense of the Productivity Slowdown, Peterson...Show More Summary

Cult of Mac Magazine: Quirky product reviews + Mac and iOS Pro Tips + Black Friday

It’s one week away from Black Friday, and in addition to our killer live blog with up-to-the-minute deals, we’ve got a new magazine with all sorts of quirky products that our loving reviewers have taken the time to get to know. We’ve got a funky clip-on lampshade for your iPhone, a Pro Tip to max […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Facebook Will Spare You From Seeing Your Ex Online

Facebook's mission to ease the pain of breaking up (or, as a company product manager's blog post puts it, to "[improve] the experience when relationships end") has resulted in a new set of tools to help people deal with their defunct love affairs online. Designed for those "who may be...

Accelerate Your Startup: It’s Time to Floor It

This article was originally published as part of a series of posts on GigaOm. In my two previous blog posts, I’ve discussed the first two of three key phases in a startup life cycle: finding a product/market fit, then determining a repeatable and scalable sales model. Once you’ve determined that the sales funnel process you’ve designed...

Investing in our business for the future

(Cross-posted on the Google for Work Blog.) Since the launch of our first product for businesses, the Google Search Appliance, in 2002, we’ve been building more and more products that help make businesses more productive. From GmailShow More Summary

Incretin Preemption Part II – California Tosses Failure to Warn Claims Too

This post is from the non-Reed Smith side of the blog. Last week we posted about the decision in In re Incretin-Based Therapies Products Liability Litigation (S.D. Cal.) dismissing plaintiffs’ failure to warn claims as preempted based on the Wyeth v. Show More Summary

About Face with Silk Therapeutics Skincare

I was contacted by the lovely people at Silk Therapeutics to try a few of their products for a few blog posts reviews. One of the reasons I decided to try the line is that it has so few ingredients. In the past, green beauty products looked crappy. Show More Summary

Unsung Makeup Heroes: NARS Reykjavik Velvet Shadow Stick

The long-running Unsung Heroes series here on Makeup and Beauty Blog features some of my all-time favorite permanent collection products. Reykjavik. OK, that word is hard to spell. For me. It’s like “fuchsia” and “necessary.” In theShow More Summary

The Qwerkywriter: a delightful Bluetooth keyboard based on a manual typewriter

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I blogged the announcement of the Qwerkywriter more than a year ago, when the company was retooling from its successful kickstarter to full retail production. I've had one of the production models in my office for a couple of months now and I've been very impressed! (I wrote this review on it). (more…)

Why I Promote MOBE

I get companies approaching me all the time to promote this stuff. This should not come as a surprise since my blog has a very sizable readership and companies want to reach them. Most of the products I get I you do not promote because I feel it would deliver no value to my readers. The products that do end […]

Rock Band 4 PS4 users should get “lion’s share” of missing Legacy DLC in early December

Rock Band 4 owners in Europe will have to wait until next month to grab missing legacy DLC off the PlayStation Store. In a post over the EU PS Blog, Harmonix product manager Eric Pope noted there were 431 tracks users are experiencing issues with over on the EU PlayStation Store. Pope said the team […]

"Super-Welfare" Guaranteed Income For All Isn't a Solution - It's Just The New Serfdom

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, To the degree that serfdom is political powerlessness and near-zero access to the processes of accumulating productive capital, super-welfare guaranteed income for all is simply serfdom institutionalized into a Hell devoid of purpose, pride, meaning, community and positive social roles. Show More Summary

Dangerous Thoughts on Alternative to Government Granted Patent Monopolies on Drugs

I was impressed to see the strong reaction to my blog post comparing the productivity of the research done by the Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDI) and research by the pharmaceutical industry supported by patent monopolies. Show More Summary

The End Of Rebalancing: Marginal Productivity Of Chinese Debt Goes From Bad To Much Worse

Submitted by Bryce Coward via Gavekal Capital blog, Taking the Chinese GDP statistics at face value (an increasingly big assumption these days) we point out a rather ominous scenario which seems to be developing in the productivity dynamics of Chinese debt-financed growth. Show More Summary

If you like “Friends” you probably also will like “Veronica’s Closet” (find out with SPARQL why)

In a previous blog post I have discussed the power of SPARQL to go beyond data retrieval to analytics. Here I look into the possibilities to implement a product recommender all in SPARQL. Products are considered to be similar if they share relevant characteristics, and the higher the overlap the higher the similarity. Show More Summary

Federal Preemption and Peer Review - A New Frontier

It’s not often that we get to blog about a new area of federal preemption, but we do so today. This isn’t a big area, otherwise we would have known about it before, but it is pertinent to drug and medical device product liability litigation to the extent that it affects our client’s customers – hospitals and prescribing physicians. Show More Summary

10 Data-driven Reasons On Why Your Company Needs A Blog

Your products and services may be great, but to be meaningful that value must be understood by people who want what you’re offering. For that reason alone, your business needs a blog. But don’t take my word for it, there’s plenty of hard data to back that up. 

10 Steps to Develop a User-friendly SaaS Tool

Software as a service, or SaaS, is a recently popular software delivery model that all types of businesses use to host their websites, blogs, product information, and customer information. Some examples of SaaS include Customer Relationship...Show More Summary

First Look: Bobby Jones Donegal Cable Button Mock Sweater

3 weeks agoSports / Golf : Hooked On Golf

I didn’t think anything could compare with last year’s Hooked On Golf Blog Golf Apparel Product of the Year, the 1/4 zip Bobby Jones Baby Alpaca sweater, but here’s one that […]

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